Mauro Pregliasco played a leading role in the two generations that produced the finest Italian rallying talents to ply their trade on the international stage.
Pregliasco was at home amongst the most talented of his contemporaries, frequently surprising but also capable of forgoing the easiest victories in order to follow the rule of the true professional: transforming his work into a money making machine.
This explains many of his apparently reductive decisions that never prevented him from becoming an idol amongst the enthusiasts who still today remember his extraordinary talent and courage.
His story, which has had its difficult moments, is therefore the story of an unforgettable period of great drivers and great cars: an overview of golden age that told in a warts and all style is truly unputdownable.
15 x 22 x 2 cm
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