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SOTTO IL SEGNO DEI RALLY VOL II Storie di piloti italiani dal 1980 ad oggi

After a year, this second volume completes a monumental task achieved by Beppe Donazzan on the history of Italian rallying. The formula is always the ...
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After a year, this second volume completes a monumental task achieved by Beppe Donazzan on the history of Italian rallying. The formula is always the same, an exciting series of stories, facts and feats which, when read in sequence, end up bringing to life a real novel about the rally world, which has generated so much passion over the years. The only changes are the protagonists who in this second volume, correspond to those of some of Italy’s top rally drivers who competed from the ‘80s through to today. The names include Vudafieri, Cerrato, Zanussi, Bettega, Tabaton, Tognana, Cunico, Biasion Liatti and Deila.

Here blow the complete list of the drivers included in the book:

Chapter 1
Attilio Bettega, Adartico Vudafieri, Vittorio Caneva, Tonino Tognana, Nico Grosoli, Franco Ceccato, Mario Aldo Pasetti, Antonella Mandelli, Franco Corradin, Gabriele Noberasco, Micky Martinelli, Alberto Alberti, Paolo Pasutti, Giorgio Pasetti, Paola Alberi, Gianni Del Zoppo, Nick Busseni, Dario Cerrato, Massimo Barbujani, Franco Uzzeni, Michele Cinotto, Franco Leoni, Carlo Cuccirelli, Fratelli Betti, Alberto Carrotta, "Bronson", Pietro Mirri, Flaviano Polato, Paolo Baggio, Pierangela Riva, Ennio Santinello, Giacomo Bossini

Chapter 2
Fabrizio Tabaton, Andrea Zanussi, Miki Biasion, Gianfranco Cunico, Alessandro Fiorio, Bruno Bentivogli, Massimo Ercolani, Paola De Martini, Carlo Capone, Chantal Galli, Michele Rayneri, Gilberto Pianezzola, Giovanni Manfrinato, Isabella Bignardi, Fabrizio Fabbri, Paolo Alessandrini, Prisca Taruffi, Alessandro Fassina Enrica Munaretto, Giammarino Zenere, Pucci Grossi, Michele Grecis, Edi Orioli, Enrico Bertone, Sergio Cresto, "Tabacco"

Chapter 3
Andrea Aghini, Piero Liatti, Paolo Andreucci, Andrea Dallavilla, Pierluigi e Romeo Deila, Piero Longhi, Andrea Navarra, Renato Travaglia, Luca Rossetti, Gigi Galli, Umberto Scandola, Andrea Crugnola, Loris Roggia, Manuel Sossella, Lara Battistolli, Massimo Gasparotto, Alex Bruschetta, Alessandro Battaglin, Claudio De Cecco, Luca Cantamessa, Giandomenico Basso, Massimo Ceccato, Marco Tempestini, Luca Pedersoli, Valentino Rossi, Franco Ballerini, Felice Re, Luca Campedelli, Matteo Gamba, Mauro Spagolla, Fabrizio Nucita, Fontana, Italia Rally Talent, Sandro Sottile, Angelo Medeghini.

Products specifications
Binding Hardbound
Pages 416
Size cm. 14x22
Photos B/W & COL
Publishing Date 2014
Text Italian
Author Donazzan Beppe
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