Enzo Ferrari

£25.00

Uncovers a wealth of new facts about the origins, ambitions, and private life of Enzo Ferrari. Drawing on years of original research conducted in Italy and abroad, this book lays bare the hidden aspects of Ferrari’s career. From his earliest failed business ventures, to his political dealings with Italy’s fascist government, Allied occupiers, and even Communist leaders. Revisit all the highlights of Ferrari’s rise to greatness. Including his driving career in the 1920s, his management of racing teams for Alfa Romeo in the 1930s and the launch of his own company and team in the late 1940s.

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**DAILY MAIL BOOK OF THE WEEK**

Soon to be an AppleTV+ series,
this is the definitive account of how Enzo Ferrari became the master of motor racing, and one of the most complex, important and imposing figures in the 20th century.

The book draws upon years of original research, conducted in Italy and abroad, and unveils hidden aspects of Ferrari’s career – from his early days as a racer, to how he founded the Ferrari company, and even his dealings with the Italian Fascist government and Communist leaders.

Learn how Ferrari pushed his drivers to the brink of disaster, revolutionised the automobile industry and overcame family and company infighting on his rise to greatness.

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Weight 0.828 kg
Dimensions 24 × 16.6 × 4.6 cm
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