This is one of those odd books that come along from time to time but as it was created by Luigi Orsini one of Italy’s better historians it is one that you will tend to dip into thanks to the sheer variety of the photographs and the captions.
The photos are all by Corrado Milanta who was right in the centre of motor racing immediately after WW II and most of the photos in the book do not show the usual racing car with three quarter front view.
The book is in Italian and English and has some fascinating photos you don’t normally see starting off with two streamlined Fiat Berlinettas in action at Brscia in 1940. Attached here is Milanta’s photo of the great incident at the 1951 Monaco Grand Prix when Farina crashed his Alfa spreading fuel all over the road and causing an accident which took out most the grand prix field. There are some wonderful photos at small Italian events of drivers getting into trouble
A nice one for the coffee table.

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including postage UK and Europe £26, including postage USA and World £30