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FRECCE ROSSE: LE FERRARI ALLA MILLE MIGLIA Ed. rilegata/Hardbound ed.

First published in 1987 by Edizioni Autocritica, this Giorgio Nada Editore version has been thoroughly revised and enriched in its text and photograph...
Manufacturer: Giorgio Nada Editore
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First published in 1987 by Edizioni Autocritica, this Giorgio Nada Editore version has been thoroughly revised and enriched in its text and photographic apparatuses (with over 300 new illustrations taken from the Alberto Sorlini archive, official Mille Miglia’s photographer in the dacade 1947-1997). Count Giannino Marzotto, one among the protagonist of those days, writes on Ferrari cars and its famous drivers racing at the Mille Miglia up to the fatal accident that caused the race to end on a rather unhappy note in 1957. Each Ferraris are descrived with technical datas and, from 1940 to 1957, are included information of: the crew, the type of car, type and make of body, race number, registration number, chassis number, type of engine, cupic capacity, category and class, start time, overall placing, category and class placing, and principal stages starting from Brescia.

Products specifications
Binding Hardbound
Pages 308
Size cm. 24x31
Colour Pictures 43
B/W Pictures 519
Publishing Date 2001
Text Italian
Author Marzotto Giannino
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