Ferrari Formula 1 Car by Car

Every Race Car Since 1950

Ferrari Formula 1 Car by Car
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Format: Hardback, 224 Pages
ISBN: 9780760367773
Publisher: Motorbooks
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Description

Ferrari Formula 1 Car by Car presents all of Ferrari’s F1 cars in chronological order, featuring an overview of each car’s significant features, technical specifications, and its competition record accompanied by historic and contemporary images. Published to coincide with the 70th anniversary of F1 and Ferrari's participation in it, the book wraps up with a full competition record for all of the cars.

Ferrari has been a top Formula 1 competitor since the series’ inception in 1950. From its first dedicated racer, the 125, through the transition to rear-engine cars to today’s technological powerhouses, Ferrari has never rested on it laurels. The longest running team in F1, Ferrari has a record 16 constructor’s titles. Its cars have been driven by some of the greatest racers of all time including Michael Schumacher, Gilles Villeneuve, Phil Hill, Niki Lauda, Kimi Raikkonen, Fernando Alonso, and more.
 
Ferrari Formula 1 Car by Car is the complete reference to all of the amazing red racers that have cemented Ferrari’s reputation as the dominant manufacturer in F1 history.

The author

Stuart Codling is a respected motorsport journalist and broadcaster who covered sports car racing in the United States before joining F1 Racing, the world’s biggest-selling Formula 1 magazine, in 2001. He has appeared as an F1 expert on TV and radio, hosted for Renault F1, and contributes to F1 Racing, Autosport, Autocar, and the Red Bulletin. Codling is the author of several Motorbooks titles, including Real Racers: Formula 1 Racing in the 1950s and 1960s, Art of the Formula 1 Race Car, Art of the Classic Sports Car, and The Life Monaco. Stuart lives in Farnham, Surrey, England.

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Specs

Format: Hardback, 224 Pages
ISBN: 9780760367773
Illustrations: 200
Size: 12 in x 9.75 in / 304.8 mm x 247.65 mm
Published:

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