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The history of racing Ferraris is extremely complex, with a succession of brilliant, interesting, and sophisticated competition cars that have vied fo...
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The history of racing Ferraris is extremely complex, with a succession of brilliant, interesting, and sophisticated competition cars that have vied for supremacy on the race tracks of the world for over 60 years. In this book, author Anthony Pritchard, a leading motor racing historian and a keen enthusiast of the marque, presents an enthralling narrative of Ferrari’s racing history. With detailed model development tables, racing specifications, chassis numbers, and comprehensive race results, this account of Ferrari’s formidable motor racing history is supported with 300 colour and black and white photographs.

Products specifications
Binding Hardbound
Pages 416
Size cm. 25x25
Photos 214 COL e B/N
Publishing Date 2014
Text English
Author Pritchard Anthony
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