Enzo Ferrari: the man, the cars, the races, the machine
Genius? Tyrant? Powerbroker? Finally, the first thoroughly researched, fully detailed biography of one of the most powerful and enigmatic men of the 20th century--Enzo Ferrari. Brock Yates penetrated Ferrari's inner circle and reveals everything from his bizarre relationship with his illegitimate son to his brilliant marketing of the famous Ferrari image. Fast, fun, scandalous, and informstive, Enzo Ferrari more than lives up to its remarkable subject.
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