20 May 1963, the negotiations between Enzo Ferrari and the emissaries of Henry Ford II for the sale of the racing team to the American automotive giant came to an abrupt halt in Maranello.
From that day on, for almost four years, Enzo Ferrari and Henry Ford II would do their utmost to outdo each other on tracks all over the world and beyond.
This was the beginning of the most beautiful and intriguing years in the history of motor sport, in which the champions of the wheel, engineers and mechanics would spare no effort to surpass themselves in this challenge.
This book is intended to be a remembrance and a tribute to those men and those "days of thunder" that helped change even the cars we drive today.
With the testimony of Nino Vaccarella - 'the flying headmaster' - in those years a Ferrari driver and a great protagonist on all the world's tracks.
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