by Röhrl, Müller, Klein
“I didn’t really know why I was so fast and it didn’t really interest me.” Not exactly the words one would expect from the 1980 and 1982 World Rally Champion, a veritable legend in his field who was voted by his peers Driver of the Millennium (2000).
by Werner Eisele
Don’t even take the time to read the review—order the book first before someone else does. There are only 3500 copies of this homage to the photographer’s friends in the racing world.
by Bogner, Pander, Peitzmeier
The technical specs of this hypercar are as mind-boggling as the sheer novelty of its technology. But more than that, much more than that, all the things that made this car possible that can’t be quantified on a spreadsheet really matter here. This book tries to capture that.
by Edwin Baaske et al
Even fifty years after it was first unveiled you can recognize the shape of a Porsche 911—any 911 from any year—at a mere glance, in the dimmest of light, with your reading glasses on. That’s how iconic this car’s shape is. And this book explains why that is.
by Philip Young
If it’s exhausting just to read the book, imagine actually doing the grueling rally—and paying a $100K for the opportunity to risk life and limb, not to mention car.
by Födisch, Neßhöver, Roßbach, Schwarz
What distinguishes this large-format book from the many others on this model is its approach. While the car and its history are described in all pertinent detail, it is first and foremost an appraisal, or, better, anappreciation of the car, written by the very people who knew it best.