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SANDRO MUNARI. UNA VITA DI “TRAVERSO”

Sandro Munari, the Italian legend in rallying, has open his archives and memories to tell all about his fascinating career, going back to his first st...
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Sandro Munari, the Italian legend in rallying, has open his archives and memories to tell all about his fascinating career, going back to his first steps into the competitions at the wheel of karts. When he passed to cars, the Lancia Flavia, Fulvia and Stratos were those that allow him to win the Montecarlo Rallye for four times; but also many other international competitions. In 1977 he was awarded the Drivers FIA World Cup. The intriguing biography is richly illustrated by magnificent colour photos, most of them never published before, belonging to Munari personal archive. A must to have book for sport enthusiasts.

Products specifications
Binding Hardbound
Pages 232
Size cm. 24x28
Photos 212 COL e B/N
Publishing Date 2007
Text Italian
Author Munari Sandro
Author Remondino Sergio
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