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326 pages

The Book of the Ferrari 288 GTO

Creator: Joe Sackey | Business & Economics - 2013-12-15

55639 — ZFFPA16B000055689. Gearbox 140. AC. PW. VM8500. Auto Koenig. Germany. 55641 —ZFFPA168000055641. ltaly, registered lVlO 646646. 55643 — ZFFPA16B000055643. Orange seat inserts. Pierre-Olivier Chave/Switzerland.

Publisher: Veloce Publishing Ltd

About this book
The Book of the Ferrari 288 GTO - the complete story of this iconic car, featuring a Foreword by engineer Nicola Materazzi, and 400 photos including stunning colour images and original production and homologation documents. Covering the background, conception, design, production and aftermath of the Ferrari 288 GTO, this book details the prototypes, early production cars, mainstream production cars in their various guises, and the Evolution cars, originally built for Group B racing.Pictures include the 1984 Geneva Salon where the car debuted, the first ever GTO Reunion in 1985, current salon and action images, right up to the 25th Anniversary Ferrari 288 GTO Reunion held in Monterey, California, in 2009. Also featured are the actual factory production approval sheets by Leonardo Fioravanti and Nicola Materazzi, as filed with the Italian government. You will also find a chassis by chassis register of every 288 GTO built, including destroyed prototypes, production cars, and GTO Evoluziones - in fact all 284 cars ever built.The Ferrari 288 GTO (Gran Turismo Omologato), was the car that Enzo Ferrari expected to cause "love at first sight", with its iconic body styling by Pininfarana design chief, Leonardo Fioravante. This car, built at the Ferrari factory in Modena, Italy, is probably the most revered and sought after Ferrari ever built, and its iconic status is assured by its performance, rarity and beauty.

144 pages

Ferrari 250GT, Tour de France

Creator: John Starkey | Transportation - 2016-04-06

Undoubtedly, this led to the adoption by Ferrari of more effective telescopic dampers in the later short wheelbase ... The gearbox for 1954 and 1955 cars was from a type 342 America fitted with Ferrari syncromesh; later cars benefited from a ...

Publisher: Veloce Publishing Ltd

About this book
 The Ferrari 250GT Berlinettas are undeniably beautiful and, arguably, the greatest Ferrari racing cars ever built. The 250 GT Competizione Berlinetta - now popularly known as the “Tour de France Berlinetta,” in honour of the model’s domination of the great French event with four outright victories - was the true forerunner of the series of cars which established Ferrari as a major force in sports car racing.    Here is the story of the development, building and racing of the “Tour de France” Ferraris. Importantly, the book also contains individual histories of the Ferrari “TdF” Berlinettas.

160 pages

Forza Minardi!, The Inside Story of the Little Team Which Took on the Giants of F1

Creator: Simon Vigar | Biography & Autobiography - 2008-05-15

1991 10/03 USA Phoenix Pierluigi Martini 23 M191 Ferrari V12 engine 15 9r Gianni Morbidelli 24 M191 Ferrari V12 gearbox 26 r 24/03 BRAZIL Interlagos Pierluigi Martini 23 M191 Ferrari V12 spin 20 r Gianni Morbidelli 24 M191 Ferrari V12 ...

Publisher: Veloce Publishing Ltd

About this book
After 20 years of glorious ‘failure’, the best-loved team in Formula One is consigned to the history books, and it deserves one of its own. Minardi had a successful time in Formula Two until the tiny Italian outfit was ready to hit the big time in 1985. It somehow survived in F1’s shark-infested waters as bigger teams (Lotus, Arrows, Tyrrell) were dragged under. They have a truly international fan-base and are the ‘second team’ of most F1 devotees. Minardi is held in such affection as everyone loves the plucky underdog – Minardi’s annual budget would have lasted one month at the other Italian team up the road. Yet, from its plant in Faenza near Bologna, Minardi has produced cars that qualify, sometimes score points and often lead the way in their technology. Gian Carlo Minardi also developed a reputation as a fabulous talent-spotter – Fisichella, Trulli, Webber and the youngest ever World Champion Alonso all started their F1 careers with Minardi. For the last five years, Minardi was owned by controversial Australian tycoon Paul Stoddart. Cast as David against the Goliath of F1’s governing body, Stoddart constantly hit the headlines as he tried to get a more equal share of the sport’s billions. Ultimately, he failed and Red Bull has now bought the team. Despite a petition of 15,000 names, the Minardi name has vanished from the F1 grid and true motorheads miss it. This is the one and only inside account, with exclusive, comprehensive interviews with bosses, drivers and engineers. 140 unique photos complete this revalationary tale.

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