Dallara - From Emilia to the conquest of the world / Dall'Emilia alla conquista del mondo
de Daniele Buzzonetti (Auteur)
Before he was thirty, the engineer Giampaolo Dallara designed the Lamborghini Miura, a supercar that came from another planet, and one that caused its entire global competition to age overnight.
More recently, his cars have won nineteen editions of the Indianapolis 500, historically the most important race in the world. And then another surprise, the presentation of the Dallara Stradale, a fascinating 400 hp supercar produced in series in the multi-faceted factory of Varano de' Melegari, in the province of Parma.
These three commitments alone would be sufficient for a vast book on the activity of Giampaolo Dallara, who however has never ceased to broaden his own interests, based on the passion for motor sport and the evolution of technology.
In 320 pages the book describes how this extraordinary character, of great technical ability and of equally remarkable human depth, has evolved from his first job in Ferrari's racing department, to the growth that led him to become the most important manufacturer of racing cars in the world, starting from a small 'factory', which over the years has been transformed into a company with over 700 employees.
|Présentation :||330 pages, 30 x 25 x 3 cm, relié|
|Illustration :||400 photos en N&B et couleurs|
|Editeur :||Artioli Editore 1899 (IT, 2019)|