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Pale blue Porsche 908/3, '40' to bonnet, orange arrow, Porsche Legends, in white font to upper left of blue cover.

Porsche Legends

The Racing Icons from Zuffenhausen

By (author) René Staud

£60.00

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  • Star photographer René Staud’s illustrated book is a monument to the highspeed icons from Zuffenhausen – to the ultimate Porsche racing cars
  • Large-format Porsche illustrated book with almost 200 spectacular photos
  • The ideal gift for Porsche fans and racing sport enthusiasts
  • All racing cars perfectly staged by star photographer René Staud
  • With background information and technical data on each of the Porsche models
Full Description

Porsche and motorsport always belonged together – so you would think. But in fact, private owners were the first to be successful with their 356s on the racing tracks. The Porsche 550 Spyder from the 1950s was the first racing car manufactured at the plant – and achieved great successes right from the beginning!

Motorsport not only gave Porsche the opportunity to test progressive technology that could be transferred to roadsters, it also was the ideal marketing tool with an enormous influence. Looking back at models like the Porsche 917, 904 and 956, successful serial winners and racing legends emerged from that.

Just as legendary are René Staud’s Porsche photos. As one of the best and most famous automobile photographers in the world, he staged the top-class sports cars in a way so far unmatched. Beyond the racing track’s noise and dirt, the Porsche models unfold their unique magic and show the tough developmental work behind them as well as the timelessness of functional design.

Text in English and German.

Specifications
Publisher
Delius Klasing Verlag GmbH
ISBN
9783667125316
Published
8th Nov 2022
Binding
Hardback
Territory
World excluding Germany, Switzerland and Austria
Size
290 mm x 290 mm
Pages
242 Pages
Illustrations
189 color
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