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RALLYING 2021

MOVING MOMENTS


The fastest ever rally cars and drivers wowed us all throughout the 2021 World Rally Championship. New events in Belgium, Croatia and the Arctic, together with the return of the legendary Safari... Read more
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The fastest ever rally cars and drivers wowed us all throughout the 2021 World Rally Championship.

New events in Belgium, Croatia and the Arctic, together with the return of the legendary Safari and the Acropolis rallies, guaranteed the season was full of fresh intrigue.

2021 was also the final year for the current generation of WRC cars and a swansong season for one the sport’s greatest drivers - with Sébastien Ogier bowing out in style.

Rallying 2021 - Moving Moments by McKlein Publishing, tells the full story a milestone year in the sport, combining amazing images with expert views and insights from David Evans of Dirtfish Media.

As always, the features and reports are illustrated with the best that the McKlein lenses have captured - rally art in words and pictures.

The WRC reports are joined by those on WRC2, WRC3, JWRC and ERC as well as the German, British and American rally championships.

A tribute to Finnish rally legend Hannu Mikkola, who passed away this year, the wildest from the high-voltage event "Extreme E" series as well as other features round off this 2021 yearbook.

240 beautifully illustrated pages, with 458 colour and one black and white pictures.

Product specification

Binding
In hardback
Pages
240
ISBN / EAN
9783947156375
Languages
German, English
Publication date
12/2021
Colour illustrations
456
Illustrations
1
Dimensions
30 x 21 x 2,5 cm

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Book type or Series
Yearbook

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