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Ultimate Ferrari GTO explores the story of this iconic family of cars in more detail and with more authority than ever before. Introduced in 1962 as the final evolutionary step in the long-running 250 GT series, the GTO was the last and best GT racer of the front-engine era. It remained at the forefront for three seasons, winning a hat-trick of World Championship titles for Ferrari. Ever since, GTOs have retained their exalted status not just because of their racing achievements but also their exquisite beauty, undoubted charisma and — for those lucky enough to have experienced this — peerless driveability. Indeed, the GTO’s illustrious reputation has made it the world’s most desirable car, as confirmed by the record-breaking prices repeatedly paid for the finest examples. Packed with superb photographs, many not previously published, this lavish two-volume production does true justice to this ultimate car.
Ultimate Ferrari 250 GTO is limited to just 600 copies.
James Page grew up around motorsport thanks to his father’s involvement in sprints and hillclimbs, and spent his childhood devouring the many car-related books and magazines around the house. After studying journalism at Falmouth University, during which he contributed race reports to Motoring News and Autosport, he had a brief diversion into the world of professional golf before joining Future Publishing in 2005 as a production assistant. He was deputy editor of Classics Monthly (2007–11) before moving to Classic & Sports Car, first as deputy editor (2011–14), then editor (2014–16). Now freelance, his activities include writing books, one of which is Ferrari 250 LM in Porter Press’s ‘Exceptional Cars’ series. He lives in Gloucestershire.
Project consultant Keith Bluemel is a Ferrari expert of world-wide renown whose body of work includes co-authorship with Jess G. Pourret of the book Ferrari 250 GTO.
Author: James Page
Publication: Spring 2021
Specifications: 340x245mm portrait hardback, page extent 600pp over two volumes
Illustrations: 700 images, many in colour
Publisher: Porter Press International
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