Alfa Romeo Argentina is a ten years research work, regarding the history of the make in our country, mainly the sport activity, and that of the several importers. It starts in 1923 when the first Alfa Romeo RL arrive to Buenos Aires, and goes up to the last 1000 Kms of Buenos Aires race, held in 1972, with the Alfas 33 TT managed by the Autodelta team. The most important models raced locally throughout almost 50 years, inspiring with their success, today’s passion for Alfa Romeo racing cars.
For this project, Gerald Donaldson assembled a team of specialists to record the voices of the major players on the circuit today, from engineers to designers and team bosses to drivers, as well as searching out the words of legendary figures from the past, to create a definitive yet personal historical record of the triumphs and disasters of over 50 years of Formula 1. Over 350 illustrations from unusual and personal sources offer a fresh insight into this spectacular sport.
Anthony Pritchard’s book is the first full history of Maserati cars yet to be published. As well as giving a comprehensive account of Maserati racing successes and failures, it describes in detail the evolution of the many and varied designs built by the company. Full specifications are given of all Maserati models, together with detailed results tables for all works Maserati race entries, and the book is generously illustrated by 64 photographs, many previously unpublished.