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The Formidable Scuderia Ferrari Cars

Author : Margherita Vecchiati
ISBN : 8857013227
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- The first sticker book entirely dedicated to the most formidable Scuderia Ferrari Cars with more than 100 stickers and lots of fun facts - 11 models are introduced through a short introduction and their technical specs - Includes a performance chart to identify the Ferrari F1 models that perform the best - For ages 7+ A sticker book dedicated to the fastest Scuderia Ferrari Cars. Each of the 11 models is represented in two different positions with a short introduction and relevant technical information. 5 sets of stickers are included to complete the various models. At the end of the book a section is dedicated to the victories of each car.

Enzo Ferrari

Author : Brock Yates
ISBN : 9780241977170
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Ferrari means red. It means racing. Excellence, luxury, and performance. Less well-known is the man behind the brand. For nearly seventy years, Enzo Ferrari dominated a motor-sports empire that defined the world of high-performance cars. Next to the Pope, Ferrari was the most revered man in Italy. But was he the benign padrone portrayed by an adoring world press at the time, or was he a ruthless despot, who drove his staff to the edge of madness, and his racing drivers even further? Brock Yates's definitive biography penetrated Ferrari's elaborately constructed veneer and uncovered the truth behind Ferrari's bizarre relationships, his work with Mussolini's fascists, and his fanatical obsession with speed. "A fascinating and provocative book" The Observer.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Enzo Ferrari

Author : Richard Williams
ISBN : 9781446450376
Genre : Transportation
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For tens of millions of people around the world, a single name evokes the world of speed - Enzo Ferrari. Today's Formula One would be unthinkable without the presence of the Ferrari cars on the grid. Win or lose, Ferrari attract more fans than all the other teams combined. And the cars unique appeal - their mystique, their myth - has its origins in the story of one man with a dictator's will and the cunning of a Machiavelli. Going back to the origins of "The Old Man", tracing his remarkable rise to prominence, and using sources which have hitherto remained silent, Richard Williams tells the story of a man who was one of the key figures of sport in the twentieth century, and whose influence over his sport is undiminished today, more than a decade after his death.
Category: Transportation


Author : Neal Bascomb
ISBN : 9781328489838
Genre : History
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For fans of The Boys in the Boat and In the Garden of Beasts, a pulse-pounding tale of triumph by an improbable team of upstarts over Hitler’s fearsome Silver Arrows during the golden age of auto racing. They were the unlikeliest of heroes. Rene Dreyfus, a former top driver on the international racecar circuit, had been banned from the best European teams—and fastest cars—by the mid-1930s because of his Jewish heritage. Charles Weiffenbach, head of the down-on-its-luck automaker Delahaye, was desperately trying to save his company as the world teetered toward the brink. And Lucy Schell, the adventurous daughter of an American multi-millionaire, yearned to reclaim the glory of her rally-driving days. As Nazi Germany launched its campaign of racial terror and pushed the world toward war, these three misfits banded together to challenge Hitler’s dominance at the apex of motorsport: the Grand Prix. Their quest for redemption culminated in a remarkable race that is still talked about in racing circles to this day—but which, soon after it ended, Hitler attempted to completely erase from history. Bringing to life this glamorous era and the sport that defined it, Faster chronicles one of the most inspiring, death-defying upsets of all time: a symbolic blow against the Nazis during history’s darkest hour.
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When Nuvolari Raced

Author : Valerio Moretti
ISBN : 9781787112384
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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This book was chosen by the Mantuan committee to be the official publication to celebrate Tazio Nuvolari’s centenary and carries a foreword by the Mayor of Mantua, Sergio Genovesi. Translation and editing are by noted vintage Alfa Romeo authority, Angela Cherrett. Trazio Nuvolari hardly needs an introduction; his exploits and racing prowess have become legend throughout the world. In his homeland of Italy, his name is a national icon: his fame reflected in everything from songs to the use of his name to symbolise every kind of daring and recklessness at the wheel. We’ve all heard the wonderful, exciting stories about the Flying Mantuan’s exploits at the wheel and now, over forty years since his death, no doubt many believe these tales to be fantasies – ordinary events embellished and exaggerated by the passage of time, constant retelling and hero worship. This book re-examines the legend and, in separating fact from fiction, reveals that Tazio’s best known feats are based on fact and have not been exaggerated at all! Indeed, this book will make the Italian racing red flame of the Nuvolari legend burn even brighter. Amazingly, author Valerio Moretti’s research has been so deep that he has been able to find and include in this book contemporary race reports of almost every race – no matter how small – in which Tazio took part from his first motorcycle race in June 1920 to his last race, driving a Cisitalia Abarth, in April 1950. The Tazio Nuvolari legend grew gradually through over three hundred races from almost grudging acknowledgement of a newcomer’s bravery, through awe of his apparent recklessness to the peak of his popularity when he was regarded as superhuman. Included in the book is a summary of every machine – two and four-wheeled – raced by Tazio. p.p1 {margin: 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px; font: 11.0px Arial} p.p2 {margin: 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px; font: 11.0px Arial; min-height: 12.0px}
Category: Sports & Recreation

Closing Speed

Author : Ted West
ISBN : 9781732687615
Genre : Fiction
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1970 was the fastest, most fiercely competitive year in endurance-racing history—Porsche versus Ferrari -- in a duel to the death. Written by a journalist who covered the series in that fateful year, Closing Speed tells the dramatic story of the racers, the writers and the women who loved them. Monza, the Targa Florio, Monaco, Spa, the Nürburgring -- the greatest races come alive in a way you've never experienced. From triumph to crushing, heartbreaking loss, you will feel the emotions and fears of the complex players as if you were riding along at 200 miles per hour.
Category: Fiction

Car And Driver

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ISBN : UOM:39015010628256
Genre : Automobile drivers
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Category: Automobile drivers

The Automobile

Author : David Burgess Wise
ISBN : UOM:49015001063420
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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Category: Sports & Recreation

The New Encyclopaedia Britannica

Author : Encyclopaedia Britannica, inc
ISBN : 0852296339
Genre : Encyclopedias and dictionaries
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Category: Encyclopedias and dictionaries