LA SAGA DEI MARZOTTO

The story of the brothers, sons of Marzotto wool industrialist count Gaetano, unique in the history of auto racing. Four brothers Victor, Umberto, Gandhi and Paulo between the late 1940s and 1950s met first competed at the helm of the first Ferrari sport, obtaining important results. Victor won the Giro di Sicilia of the 1951 and 1952 's Monaco Gp. Gandhi's imposed in two Mille Miglia, 1950 (he...
Publisher: Giorgio Nada
Language: Italian
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The story of the brothers, sons of Marzotto wool industrialist count Gaetano, unique in the history of auto racing. Four brothers Victor, Umberto, Gandhi and Paulo between the late 1940s and 1950s met first competed at the helm of the first Ferrari sport, obtaining important results. Victor won the Giro di Sicilia of the 1951 and 1952 's Monaco Gp. Gandhi's imposed in two Mille Miglia, 1950 (he had just 22 years old) and 1953. Umberto was light in several road races and uphill. Paul, between the other, was among the protagonists of six thousand miles, achieving, in 1955, the record from Brescia to Verona to 198. Dolomite Cup of 1952, the performance of the four brothers was an undefeated record: he finished first, second, fifth and seventh overall, monopolizing the top four places in the sport category, over 1100 class. Both Gandhi and Paulo, Enzo Ferrari recognized qualities of true champions and gave them the chance to run officially for their team. Now, for the first time, have told their story, filled with curious episodes, unpredictable, always characterized by a freshness and a really unusual verve. With extra l antagonism between Gandhi and Paulo which continues, after more than half a century.
Product Book in hardback - pag. 191
ISBN 8879113119
Publisher Giorgio Nada
Publication Year 10/2003
Text in Italian
Size 26 x 25 x 2 cm
Pictures in color 24
Pictures in B/W 170
Book Type or Series Vite Da Corsa Series; History

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