This lavish book dedicates a whole chapter to each of Ferrari's 60 years in existence. Each chapter focuses on the most important event of that year, whether this be a motorsport achievement, the launch of a landmark road car or a significant moment of human interest. Other notable Ferrari happenings are included in the form of an illustrated digest. Heavily illustrated and handsomely designed, this book is a must for all Ferrari enthusiasts.
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The principal happenings during Ferrari's motor racing history, e.g. Schumacher's first World Championship with Ferrari in 2000. The technical and styling evolution of Ferrari cars, e.g. the Daytona in 1968. Significant moments, e.g. the death of Enzo Ferrari in 1988. More than 1,000 photographs in colour and black and white.
The Italian co-authors are both steeped in things Ferrari and form a superb team for this important book. Leonardo Acerbi wrote Haynes's strong-selling Ferrari: All The Cars, while Luciano Greggio's numerous books include Abarth: The Man, The Machines and Bertone 90 Years.