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Picture of WRC 50 - The Story of the World Rally Championship 1973-2022

WRC 50 - The Story of the World Rally Championship 1973-2022

€58.00
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Picture of Rally Monte Carlo 1911-2021

Rally Monte Carlo 1911-2021

€109.00
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Picture of Rallying 2021 Moving Moments

Rallying 2021 Moving Moments

€59.00

HERBERT MULLER....ALLES ZU LANGSAM

Edition Porsche Museum
€86.00

RALLYING 2020 MOVING MOMENTS

€55.00

JOCHEN RINDT (CON COFANETTO)

A CHAMPION WITH HIDDEN DEPTHS/IKONE MIT VERBORGENEN TIEFEN
€109.90

GRAND PRIX 1961-1965 (CON COFANETTO)

THE 1.5 LITRE DAYS IN FORMULA ONE/DIE JAHRE DER 1.5 LITER FORMULA 1
€109.90

312 P: Forse la più bella Ferrari da corsa/One of Ferrari’s most beautiful racers/Ferraris vielleicht schonster Rennwagen

This book by Gianni Agnesa tells the story of the car - of which only three examples have been built - in every detail, from the very first test, through every race they did with the factory team or later when the North American Racing Team took over the cars. It gives short portraits of the drivers of the 312 P, such as Chris Amon, Mario Andretti, Pedro Rodríguez, Peter Schetty, Mike Parkes, Tony Adamowicz, Chuck Parsons or Sam Posey. The 264-page volume takes us right up today and the one example that is still used on some historic events. The large-format, high quality book produced by McKlein comes in a slipcase and is illustrated by many previously unseen images.
€94.90

GROUP A: When rallying created road car icons 1987-1996

The new McKlein book, “Group A - When rallying created road car icons”, covers the ten years from 1987 to 1996. It gives an overview of the major events, the leading cars and crews, the factory teams, the changes of regulations - both technical and sporting - as well as results plus many stories of incidents and occurrences. The books are lavishly illustrated with photographs from the famous McKlein archive. 
€55.00

RALLYING 2019 MOVING MOMENTS

We thought it couldn’t get better, but it did. The 2019 World Rally Championship will go down as a highly memorable season with a nail-biting battle for ultimate honours.
€55.00

RALLYING 1977 EVERYTHING YOU WANT TO KNOW ABOUT THE 1977 RALLY SEASON

Yearbook of the 1977 international rally season.
€125.00

RALLYING 2018 MOVING MOMENTS

The World Rally Championship just gets better and better. 2018 will long be remembered as a gripping season-long battle for championship honours.
€55.00

FORD ESCORT A WINNER'S CAR THE LEGENDARY MK1 & MK2 IN RALLYING

Asked to sum up the Ford Escort, Markku Alén put it in fourwords: "It's a winner's car." The front-engined, rear-wheel drive car triumphed all around the world, whether it was at the 1970 World Cup Rally, the East African Safari, in Swedish snow or on Finland's high-speed tracks. At its home event, the RAC Rally, the Mk1 and Mk2 versions proved invincible for eight years. But it is not only the successes of works drivers like Roger Clark, Timo Mäkinen, Hannu Mikkola, Ari Vatanen, Markku Alén or Björn Waldegård that have made the Escort so famous. The car was reliable, easy to control and almost easier to repair, and was thus the preferred car of many dozens of successful private drivers. Proof, if any were needed, was that Escorts took the first ten places at the 1973 Scottish Rally. In short, hardly any other car has influenced rallying or enjoyed as much success as the Ford Escort.  This 264-page book summarizes the complete rally history of the Mk1 and Mk2 Escorts from the first concept in 1967 to the World Championship title of 1981. Author John Davenport - the first to co-drive in the Escort at its rally debut fifty years ago - spoke to two dozen contemporary witnesses and has summarized the history of this car more comprehensively and vividly than anyone before. It describes the development in chronological order, but lightened by interesting comments and anecdotes. The texts are accompanied by more than 500 partly known and partly never-before-seen photos. They show the Escort in the legendary Boreham workshop, during test drives and, above all, in action in a wide variety of liveries.
€68.00

LANG COOPER 97 - PETER BROCKS GROUP 7 USRRC SPORTS CAR

This book is about a special car in motor sport history. It was designed by Peter Brock, famous for his work on the Shelby Daytona Cobra Coupé and the Chevrolet Corvette Sting Ray. The Lang Cooper was entered in the American USRRC - United States Road Racing Championship - by no less a person than Carroll Shelby.
€89.00

RALLYING 2017 MOVING MOMENTS

With 280 pages, “Rallying 2017 - Moving Moments” features all thirteen WRC rounds from the perspective of the renowned rally photographers.
€60.00 €55.00

RALLYING 1967 EVERYTHING YOU WANT TO KNOW ABOUT THE 1967 RALLY SEASON

With 378 pages of photographs, texts, statistics and memorabilia from the rallies of 1967, this annual which is being produced in a very limited quantity will transport you back to an exciting period when rallying rapidly started to increase in stature.
€120.00 €105.00

FORD ESCORT RS 1600

The Story Of The 1972 Safari Rally Winning Escort RWC 455K
€99.00 €85.00

ALAN MANN RACING F3L/P68

THE STORY OF FORD’S THREE LITRE SPORTS CARS FROM THE SIXTIES. Limited edition of only 999 copies.
€99.00 €85.00

PETER FALK 33 YEARS OF PORSCHE RENNSPORT AND DEVELOPMENT

Peter Falk and Porsche, 33 years of passion and devotion: as their race director and one of the leading figures in their experimental department, Peter Falk contributed significantly to the character of the sports cars from Stuttgart-Zuffenhausen - both on the race track and on the road. From the first 901 right through to the very last air-cooled Type 993, every Porsche 911 bears the signature of Peter Falk. He joined the company in 1959 and quickly rose through the ranks to head various testing departments. In the mid-sixties, Falk also took over the tactical and technical leadership of the factory’s “Rennsport” team. In 1981, he was appointed as race director and led Porsche throughout its most successful era of competition. “His” team won at Le Mans, became World Sports Car Champions, conquered the Paris-Dakar Rally, and was victorious in Formula 1 with the TAG Turbo engine. In this book, Peter Falk tells of his years with Porsche. A highly respected person in the world of engineering, he relates how it all began at Porsche - when race drivers and engineers huddled together in a shepherd’s hut at Weissach to discuss suspensions, what the Porsche crew experienced during endless testing adventures in both the Arctic Circle and the Sahara, how the race cars at Le Mans roared to the start over country roads, and how a test drive with a Porsche 908 almost cost him his life. He shares his views on every Porsche race car, from the 904 Carrera GTS to the 962C, and describes the race drivers who competed during his reign: Hans Herrmann, Jacky Ickx, Vic Elford, Derek Bell, Hans-Joachim Stuck and Jochen Mass to name just a few. Falk provides a good, long look into the inner workings of Porsche. Peter Falk shared his personal Porsche stories and fascinating insights with the author Wilfried Müller. The images in this book come from Peter Falk’s private collection, from the Porsche Historical Archive in Stuttgart-Zuffenhausen, and from the vast cache at McKlein Photography. Along with the contributions from former colleagues and race drivers, these images and stories give an in-depth portrayal of Peter Falk’s 33 years with Porsche.
€74.00

GROUP B: THE RISE AND FALL OF RALLYING´S WILDEST CARS

This book tells the story of all the cars developed within Group B, from the Quattros to the outstanding Lancias and Peugeots and to the exotic sports cars from Porsche and Mazda.
€55.00

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