Cavallino Rampante how Ferrari mastered modern-day Formula 1 / Nick Garton / Haynes
book in english
25cm x 25cm
Granted a privileged insider's view of one of the greatest sporting teams of all time, Nick Garton tells the story of the rebuilding of Scuderia Ferrari from charismatic underachiever to all-conquering superpower, including the uphill struggle in 2003 to win a record-breaking siwth Driver's World Championship title for Schumacher, and a fifth consecutive Manufacturer's title.
Covering the full decade to date under Jean Todt's stewardship, here is a frank account of the highs and lows that marked the first half of his reign, and the torrent of Grand Prix victories and World Championship crowns that followed.
Key figures from within the fabled Gestione Sportiva at Maranello - including Jean Todt, Ross Brawn and Rory Byrne - and their technical partners tell their own story through exclusive interviews, describing the technical demands of success, the ferocity of competition and the deepseated rivalries that have been such a hallmark of their area.
This is a unique insight into the most famous team in world sport.