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de Carlos Eduardo Jalife-Villalon, David Bull 2009, 607 pages 21,5 x 33 cm, couverture rigide sous jaquette. 1500 illustrations NB et 1000 illustrations couleur. Texte anglais.
Youth, glamour, and blinding speed made Pedro and Ricardo Rodríguez national heroes in their native Mexico and instant legends in the world of motorsports. Ricardo scored a podium finish at Le Mans in 1960, and then joined Ferrari as the youngest-ever Formula One driver. After Ricardo’s tragic death during practice for the first Mexican Grand Prix, Pedro quickly built a dazzling reputation of his own, scoring grand prix wins for Cooper and BRM, winning the 1968 Le Mans 24 Hours, and dominating sports-car racing driving the awesome Gulf-Porsche 917. Then, at the peak of his talent, Pedro too was killed in a sports car race in 1971.
|Auteur||Carlos Eduardo Jalife-Villalon|
|Date de parution||2009|
|Format||21.5 x 33 cm|
|Illustration||1500 illustrations NB et 1000 couleur|
|Nombre de page||607|