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Sensitive and touching portrait of one of the most attractive and important figures of the Formula 1 circuit of the 1960s.
Jochen Rindt, with an aggressive and spectacular driving style, was considered one of the best racing drivers of his time.
Formula 1 world champion in 1970. The title was awarded to him posthumously after the driver died in an accident on the Monza circuit during qualifying on 5 September 1970.
He is still unforgettable today: his successes, his courage and his driving skills are a model for many young drivers.
50 years after the fatal events, this biography of Herbert Völkers, with vibrant photos of Ferdi Kräling, resurrects the person and the pilot Jochen Rindt and invites you to travel back in time.
|Product||Book in hardback - pag. 178|
|Size||22 x 29 x 2 cm|
|Book Type or Series||Racing; Photo Book|