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SCHUMACHER LA LEGGENDA DI UN UOMO NORMALE


What counts more in Formula One, man or machine? Technological progress seemed to have given the definitive answer: the difference is made by the mechanical means. Then came Michael Schumacher.... Read more
Publisher: Mondadori
Language: Italian

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What counts more in Formula One, man or machine?

Technological progress seemed to have given the definitive answer: the difference is made by the mechanical means.

Then came Michael Schumacher. Seven times world champion, he broke all records: Grand Prix wins, pole positions, fastest laps.

Nobody in the world of motor racing has won as much as him. Not even Juan Manuel Fangio, Ayrton Senna or Alberto Ascari.

So much has been written about him, from his dazzling debut with Benetton to his accident in December 2013.

And yet the man Schumi remains a mystery: very few can really say they know him. In the age of global communication, the idol of millions of fans has chosen to hide his personality and his story.

This book, updated with an unpublished chapter on the most recent events, attempts to unveil the secrets of an irresistible career, from school failures to running away to race karts, passing through that authentic obsession represented by Ayrton Senna, first a model and then an irreducible adversary.

All the way to understanding how and why Schumi, a "normal man", became not only the greatest driver of his generation, but a true legend of our time.

Product specification

Binding
In paperback
Pages
234
ISBN / EAN
9788804741206
Publisher
Languages
Italian
Publication date
03/2021
Dimensions
13 x 20 x 1,5 cm

Additional information

Book type or Series
Biography

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