Ferrari Hypercars - The Story Of The Fastest Cars In Maranello
In more than 60 years, Ferrari has produced cars that embody the perfect combination of beauty, performance, innovation without forgetting a touch of Italian flair. They have made Ferrari the most famous manufacturer in the world. This book describes the brand's most impressive racing cars: the “Hypercars”. The author shows their evolution since the fifties, through the most famous examples such as the 288 GTO, the F40, the F50 or the Enzo. These cars were collector's vehicles from the moment they left the factory although that was never the purpose of their creation. Necessary for any car racing enthusiast, Ferrari Hypercars confirms the status of the symbol of speed and luxury of the brand.
Photographer and automotive journalist, Winston Goodfellow is a specialist in Italian cars and their coachbuilders. He contributes to numerous magazines published all over the world, including Automobile, Autoweek, Car And Driver, Esquire, Forza, Playboy, Road & Track, Robb Report, Rosso Ferrari and many others. He has authored six books, including Italian Sports Cars (Motorbooks, 2000) and is working on his blog The Goodfellow Perspective. Member of the jury of the Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance Automobile for more than 20 years, he now lives in the United States.
- Author (s): Winston Goodfellow
- Publisher: Co-edition Chêne / E / P / A
- French language
- Publication: 09/30/2015
- Number of pages: 240
- Number of books: 1
- Expedition: 1865
- Dimensions: 31.10 x 26.00 x 2.50