Periodical published by Pininfarina full of information on the architecture of Turin, styling, aerodynamics, automotive design with photographic documentation of the 1961/1962 creations: Ferrari, Alfa Romeo, Lancia, Fiat, Peugeot, Chevrolet, Cadillac, Innocenti.
Magazine published by Pininfarina full of information on the architectural style of Turin, styling, aerodynamics, automotive design with various photos of car models, including: Fiat 2300 S coupe, Alfa Romeo 1600 spider, Ferrari California, Peugeot 204, Lancia Flavia Coupé, Fiat Abarth 1000, etc.
Collection of 32 portraits of the great photographer Peter Vann of the most important cars of Enzo Ferrari's era, starting with the Alfa Romeo 8C Monza of 1932, the Ferrari 166 MM of 1949, the 375 F1 of 1951 up to the F40 of 1990. The photos are all in full page size.
The history of Vincenzo Lancia and his cars, through many technical schedules and rare photographs.
From the fabulous Lambda up to Thema, Y10 and Dedra series, including the production of heavy trucks and buses, the complete history of the manufacturer in a rare collectible, indispensable volume for every enthusiast.
Second Edition, revised and enlarged, of the historical reference volume dated 1979.
From Suzuka 1999 to Suzuka 2003: Nine Ferrari world titles! The Ferrari Yearbook relives the emotion of yet another exciting Formula 1 year. The F2003-GA, dedicated to Giovanni Agnelli, did not let the side down and, driven by Michael Schumacher, brought the Scuderia Ferrari victory in the Constructors’ and the Drivers’ championships. Ferrari is the first team in F1 history that can boast five consecutive Constructors’ Championship wins. This precious volume recalls 2003 from various angles. Pride of place is given to the 612 Scaglietti, the new 12 cylinder model that will be officially presented at the Detroit Motorshow in January 2004. The new 2+2, constructed entirely in aluminium, has in its DNA genes that derive from competition. The gearbox, aerodynamics and active safety systems all come from the racetrack. For Ferrari, Formula 1 is an advanced research lab and the success that the Scuderia has enjoyed is the proof of this. Commercial returns equal the sporting highs, obtained by the GT cars, from the Challenge Stradale to the 575M Maranello, are due to the global commitment of the House of Maranello, inside and outside racing. The yearbook details the important events of this extraordinary 2003 season.
The extraordinary excitement of the Formula 1 season is detailed in the Ferrari annual. The F2004 was crowned undisputed king and brought the Scuderia Ferrari victory in both the Drivers’ and the Constructors’ championship, with Michael Schumacher on board. Ferrari is the first F1 team to win six back-to-back consecutive Constructors’ titles. This precious volume explores each aspect of Ferrari’s 2004 season but it also reserves a place of honour for the F430, the new 8 cylinder that has substituted the mythical 360. The F430 bears the fruits of Formula 1 technology. Included are the evolutions applied from the world of competition, from the changes wrought to the single-seater steering wheel over the past few years to the mechanics, the gearbox, the aerodynamics and the active safety features. For Ferrari, Formula 1 is an advanced research laboratory and the ongoing success of the Scuderia is the proof of this.
This year’s version provides a fascinating account of what went on in Ferrari in 2006, both on a GT and F1 level. The Formula 1 section provides a stunning record of the season’s most unforgettable moments as well as playing homage to Michael Schumacher’s 11-year career with the Prancing Horse. The GT section of the Yearbook celebrates the arrival of the latest addition to the Prancing Horse range, the Ferrari 599 GTB Fiorano, and the memorable Panamerican Tour 20,000. There is also an interesting chapter on the newly minted Ferrari Classiche division’s certification of classic Ferraris, plus interesting features on other areas of the world of Ferrari, including the Galleria Ferrari, the Client Racing division and the Scuderia Ferrari Club.
This yearbook contains the chronicles of the complete racing activity of Ferrari in the 2004 season. Lavishly illustrated and enriched with classifics, this volume reports all the statistics and results gained by Ferrari in Formula One, in the 360 Challenge Trofeo Pirelli, in the Shell Historic Challenge, in the FIA GT and, in appendix, there’s also a brief section dedicated to the Customers F1.