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  • DETAILS 1965-1969. LEGENDARY SPORTS CARS UP CLOSE / LEGENDARE SPORTWAGEN GANZ NAH
    WILFRIED MULLER
    Ferrari 330P4, Ford GT40, Chaparral 2D, Porsche 917, Mirage M1, BMW Monti, Abarth, Alpine, Lola, Maserati, Matra, Serenissima - every one of these sports cars and prototypes is a legend today. In the Sixties, they epitomised the frontier of what was technically possible - and what at times proved not to be possible. In the quest for critical tenths of a second, engine power gre...
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    105,00 €

  • RACING COLOURS. MOTOR RACING COMPOSITIONS 1908-2009
    SIMON OWEN
    Features• Simon lost his life tragically early, this book celebrates his work• 77 precise, beautiful images of 77 different racing car liveries• The artworks cameo a section of a particular car’s body and livery• Includes image related quotes from legends of the motor racing world• Reveals the thinking behind, and execution of Simon’s extraordinary digital art• These beautiful ...
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    21,00 €

  • 312P. ONE OF FERRARI'S MOST BEAUTIFUL RACERS / FORSE LA PIÚ BELLA FERRARI DA CORSA / FERRARIS VIELLEICHT SCHÖNSTER RENNWAGEN
    GIANNI AGNESA
    With racing cars being built mainly for performance, only few of them combine this with admirable beauty. Ferrari’s model 312 P is definitely such an example - thanks to the work of its designers Giacomo Caliri and Edmondo Casoli, but also Enzo Ferrari, who tried to stop the team adding wings or other aerodynamic additions to its beauty - even if they might have improved the ca...
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    95,00 €

  • ABARTH (1949-1971). SPORT E PROTOTIPI
    RENATO DONATI
    There was a time in which the Abarths, the cars carrying the Scorpion badge, were challenging far more powerful and prestigious marques such as Porsche and Ferrari in endurance races and the Mountain Championship classics. At that time, between the dawn of the 1950s and the early 1970s, the Abarths wrote memorable chapters in the history of sports car and prototype racing too, ...
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    53,00 €

  • LOLA ALL THE SPORTS RACING AND SINGLE SEATER RACING CARS FROM 1978 TO 1997
    JOHN STARKEY
    Features- Lola, a British company, is probably the world's best-known & best-respected builder of racing cars, including Indy cars for the USA. - This unique volume covers all the Lola cars - sports racing and single seaters - built since 1978. - A high quality artpaper production with around 120 mainly colour illustrations. - Companion volume to Lola - The Illustrated History ...
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    65,00 €

  • LANCIA SPORT GR.6 (LC/1)
    VITTORIO ROBERTI / ALESSANDRO CORDASCO
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    58,00 €

  • GULF-MIRAGE 1967 TO 1982 - WSC GIANTS
    ED MCDONOUGH
    Features• The first book dedicated to the Mirage Prototypes of 1967-1982• A complete history and development of the Mirage prototype sports cars of this period• The full competition history of each individual chassis• Rare and unseen photographs of the Mirage Prototypes• A season by season account of the Mirage in the World Championship• Full list of all races and each individu...
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    26,00 €

  • ENDURANCE RACING AT SILVERSTONE IN THE 70S & 80S
    CHAS PARKER
    Features• A golden era of endurance racing at Silverstone• Year-by-year account of races from 1976, up to the end of the eighties • Features previously unpublished photographs • Personal accounts of each of the races of the period • Can be used for reference or browsing • Circuit maps • Results of each race DescriptionThis book charts the progress of what became classic events,...
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    20,00 €

  • SPYDERS & SILHOUETTES THE WORLD MANUFACTURERS AND SPORTS CAR CHAMPIONSHIPS 1972-81 IN PHOTOGRAPHS
    JANOS WIMPFFEN
    The decade from 1972 to 1981 included two unique phases in world-class sports car racing. Three-liter Prototype cars dominated at first, adapting technological innovations developed for Formula One by Ferrari, Matra and other marques. But in 1976 new rules brought the Special Production, or “Silhouette” class to the forefront, allowing Porsche, BMW and others to add upgraded en...
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    185,00 €

  • INSIDE IMSAS LEGENDARY GTP RACE CARS THE PROTOTYPE EXPERIENCE
    MARTIN / MICHAEL J.FULLER
    Professional automobile racing has always been dominated by sanctioning bodies whose main goal was to ensure competition. That has meant seeing that cars are well matched--in body shape or chassis/engine combinations or engine size. But what about an all-out competition, in which one teams idea of the fastest race car could be pitted against anothers, regardless of mechanical "...
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    93,50 €

  • ALPINE & RENAULT THE SPORTS PROTOTYPES VOLUME 2: 1973-1978
    ROY SMITH
    • Story of the Alpine Renault Sports Prototypes in the modern era • First time the full story in English • Looks at the racing on the world sports car scene 1973 and 1978• Describes the efforts of Renault to get outright victory at Le Mans • Describes the full story of the European championship win by Alpine • Shows the developments and politics, Renault, Alpine and Gordini • F...
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    32,00 €

  • LOLA RACE CARS 1962-1990 PHOTO ALBUM
    NORMAN HAYES
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    42,00 €

  • RACING DEMONS. PORSCHE AND THE TARGA FLORIO
    MICHAEL KEYSER / MARK KOENSE / ENZO MANZO
    Forever hailed as the world’s last true road race, the legendary Targa Florio in Sicily was first held in 1906 on a 148 km (92 mile) circuit that twisted and turned though the Madonie mountains east of Palermo, passing through a number of small, picturesque villages before running along the Mediterranean coast and back to the start/finish line. Each year, for one spectacular sp...
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    153,00 €

  • THE ORIGINAL FORD GT 101. HOW THE FIRST GT CAME INTO EXISTECE - AND HOW IT WAS RECREATED
    ED HEUVINK
    The Ford GT with chassis number 101 might itself have had a rather unfortunately career, but it was the precursor of Ford’s winning streak at Le Mans in the late 1960s. It all began with Henry Ford II’s idea to win the world’s greatest sports car race and, when Ford’s aim to take over Ferrari failed in 1963, the US automobile giant decided it would build its own sports car. Thi...
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    89,00 €

  • LOLA T70 1965 ONWARDS (ALL MODELS). AN INSIGHT INTO THE DESIGN, ENGINEERING, MAINTENANCE AND OPRATION OF LOLA'S LEGENDARY SPORTS RACING CAR.
    CHAS PARKER
    The Lola T70 was developed by Lola Cars in 1965 for sports car racing – Lola built the chassis, which were typically powered by large American V8 engines, predominantly Chevrolets and Fords. The T70 was prolific throughout the mid- to late-1960s, and over 100 examples were built in three versions – an open-topped MkI and MkII Spyder, followed by a MkIII Coup, and an updated MkI...
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    33,00 €