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LA SAGA DEI MARZOTTO

Vittorio, Umberto, Giannino and Paolo Marzotto, four brothers belonging to a noble Italian family. All of them race enthusiasts; all of them being inv...
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Vittorio, Umberto, Giannino and Paolo Marzotto, four brothers belonging to a noble Italian family. All of them race enthusiasts; all of them being involved in the epic competitions of the Fourties and Fifties. They were protagonists at the Mille Miglia, at the Tour of Sicily, at the GP of Monaco, to tell some. This book gives the unique occasion to have the direct story of each of them, through fresh and vivid personal memories and a rich iconographic material.

Products specifications
Binding Hardbound
Pages 192
Size cm. 25x25
Colour Pictures 31
B/W Pictures 175
Publishing Date 2003
Text Italian
Author De Agostini Cesare
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