The Klemantaski Collection takes pleasure in announcing the special limited edition of Ferrari Glory, a carefully detailed and chronological reconstruction of Ferrari's Formula 1, Formula 2 and Formula Libre victories since the foundation of Ferrari. Ferrari Glory has been written by the renowned Italian journalist and Ferrari historian Gianni Cancellieri who authored Ferrari's 50th Anniversary publication, Ferrari 1947-1997.
The special edition is bound in leather, presented in a slipcase, signed by author Gianni Cancellieri and limited to only 200 copies.
Ferrari Glory covers Ferrari's F.1 and F.2 history from its earliest stirrings to the World Championship triumph of 2000.This new book, which includes many unpublished photographs from the archives of The Klemantaski Collection, is being produced by Automobilia which published the famous Klemantaski & Ferrari. Ferrari Glory will follow the size and format of Klemantaski & Ferrari, measuring a generous 11x14 inches overall with 168 pages of important photographs, over 100 in color, and a text in English, French and Italian. There is also an appendix giving a complete list - never published in one place before - of all victories by Ferrari single-seater racing cars, as well as an analytical review and bibliography.
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Gianni Cancellieri, a well-respected journalist and automotive historian, was born in 1934 in Mantua, the home town of Nuvolari, Italy's greatest racing driver. Cancellieri, who lives and works in Milan, has directed some of the most important Italian automotive periodicals such as Automondo, Autosprint and Ruoteclassiche. In addition, with Cesare de Agostini, he wrote Le Leggendarie Auto Union (The History of Auto Union) in 1979 and F1/33 Anni di Gran Premi Iridati (F1/33 Years of Shining Grands Prix) in 1982. He has also edited a number of works devoted to the history of the automobile, motor racing, and its participants, including the 1984 and 1990 editions of the Maserati Catalogue Raisonné, Ferrari 1947-1997 (the Ferrari Factory's own 50th Anniversary publication) and Maserati Days, a review of Maserati's racing history, in 1999.
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