Books - Maserati 250F, The Autobiography of 2528 (Great Cars #5) (Author: Wagstaff)
Product Review Taken From Four Small Wheels Magazine Maserati 250F, The Autobiography of 2528 Weight 2.6kg by Ian Wagstaff Chassis 2528 was one of three lightweight 250Fs built by Maserati for the 1957 season and although usually driven by Jean Behra that year, it carried Fangio to victory in Monaco on the way to his final World Championship. After a year with the works the car was raced by privateers Godia-Sales and Chimeri and then after a brief rest took to the tracks again in the late 1960s in historic races, a role it would continue in with various drivers for over thirty years. The well-researched text and fine selection of photographs cover the championship years in great detail, there are profiles of those who drove her in the 1950s and then a roundup of the historic races. Finally, there is a fabulous collection of close up detail images with the car as it is now stripped down for a studio shoot. These will be of particular interest to modellers.
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340 Pages. Arrived 23/05/16
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