Porsche and the Mille Miglia. Two legends, two names from the history of motor racing that came together from 1952 to 1957, the years in which the Stuttgart manufacturer competed in the classic Brescian marathon, first with the 356 A and B models and, in a second phase, with the 550 RS barchette.
The most prestigious drivers of their time took to the narrow roads of Sicily in those cars, often winning their class or category: from Hans Herrmann to Giovanni Bracco, Wolfgang von Trips to Umberto Maglioli.
This book covers their brief but intense and fascinating story, which has never been told before with such precise text in reconstructing the facts, and which is supported by hundreds of unpublished photographs provided by Porsche themselves, plus rare documents and designs of the period.
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The author, Andrea Curami, is a recognized authority on historic vehicle restoration and conservation. He has held technical and scientific positions within the Italian historic Automotoclub (ASI) , technical cordinator for the Mille Miglia Race and member of the Technical Commission of the F.I.V.A.
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