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Beautiful cherry red Ferrari 290 MM with racing number 14 on bonnet in front of row of cypress trees, on cover of 'Ferrari 75, 1947-2022', by Delius Klasing Verlag GmbH.

Ferrari 75


By (author) Günther Raupp


  • Exceptional illustrated book, opulent and strictly limited edition: photos of racing cars and road cars from 75 years of Ferrari history
  • The best Ferrari models, from early racing cars to modern hypercars, e.g. the Ferrari 250 GTO and Ferrari LaFerrari
  • Expert texts by Jürgen Lewandowski present the history of the global Ferrari brand
  • Exquisite Ferrari photos from Günther Raupp’s archive and a portrait of the popular car photographer
  • Bilingual text in German and English
Full Description

Seventy-five years of the legendary Italian-made Ferrari motor and racing car, captured in photographs by Günther Raupp, who during the course of his career has taken pictures of almost every Ferrari ever built.

The results of his eye-catching style and perfect technique are more than just plain photos. They reveal the car’s soul. In this book, he chooses the images that he considers among his best, photographs that make the brand’s history come alive. Writer Jürgen Lewandowski gives an expert presentation of the history of Ferrari, from the founding by Enzo Ferrari until today.

For world-class drivers like Alberto Ascari, Juan Manuel Fangio, Alain Prost, Niki Lauda, Michael Schumacher and Sebastian Vettel, winning in a Ferrari was an outstanding experience. For many it was the crowning moment of their career. But even off the race track the sports cars from Maranello are impressive: not just the sporting qualities, but also the bodies, drawn by Italy’s best designers, including Bertone and especially Pininfarina. Günther Raupp photographs racing cars as well as road cars and makes 75 years of history of the Italian brand come alive.

Text in English and German.

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Delius Klasing
24th Feb 2022
USA & Canada
11.93 in x 14.25 in
312 Pages
293 color
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