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Shooting Star on a Prancing Horse – Jonathan Williams

Posted by on Oct 6, 2015

Review by Arnaud Blanfuney During many months, Jonathan Williams worked hard on his autobiography. Knowing his skill as a good story teller, it was due to be a good read… In May of 2014, the book was all but finished, and just needed some polishing. Sadly, his illness began and his passing, already one year ago in August 2014, prevented him to finally finish it. Michael Keyser, former racing driver, and now writer and publisher, was a long time friend of Williams. They had co-written for instance “A French Kiss With Death”, and Keyser had already offered his assistance. He had planned to design and publish the book. Within a month of Williams passing, Keyser and Linda Shelley – Williams’ companion – decided to try and complete the book, based on the manuscript, notes and photographs Williams left behind....

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Photo Genius Presented in New Book – Klemantaski

Posted by on Jun 18, 2015

New Book Published – “Klemantaski: Master Motorsports Photographer” By Paul Parker The next best thing to attending a race in person is the opportunity to relive it through high-quality photography. Most images merely document the event – rare are those photographs that capture the event. These are the photos that fans turn to again and again. Louis Klemantaski inserted himself into the action – whether that meant standing just off-course in a corner, roaming the paddock and infield, or riding shotgun in a Mille Miglia race car. In the process, he captured some of the most iconic images in motorsports, preserving these exciting events for all time. Louis Klemantaski is one of history’s greatest motorsports photographers. The immediacy and excitement his images evoke are unsurpassed. He worked during what is often considered racing’s golden era, that period immediately just...

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Complete Photo Guide to 2015 Cavallino Classic Available

Posted by on Jun 12, 2015

With the cooperation of the Cavallino Classic, photographer Arnaud Meunier has compiled a stunning photographic record of nearly all the fantastic automobiles at the recent 2015 events. If you were there, you know the Classic had one of the best entries in years, with many rare and exciting examples of premium Ferraris and other classic automobiles from other marques. This 84-page full color guide has hundreds of images, and all the cars are identified and with chassis numbers as a bonus. All produced on coated stock, 8.25” by 10” in size, and hardbound. The printing quality is exceptional. Order your Complete Photo Guide to the 2015 Palm Beach Cavallino Classic, printed just for you by Blurb – the latest in digital printing! In USA, go to Blurb.com or click on 2015 Cavallino Classic Book cover in the righthand sidebar ->->...

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Lavish Ferrari Book Presented at Retromobile

Posted by on Feb 8, 2014

At Retromobile, the second in a series of lavish and exclusive books on Ferrari printed products was introduced. In the photo, left to right, are the designer David Williams, the author Nathan Beehl and the collector Ronald Stern. Titled “A Postcard from Maranello”, it covers over 200 b/w cards pictured full size, and 200 color cards pictured in reduced size, from the years 1947 to 2013. It also covers the production process needed at the time to go from original photo to printed postcard. It is important to note that the book covers the official Ferrari postcards – that is, only postcards issued by the factory for the factory. There is also a section on Enzo Ferrari’s business cards, Ferrari letter headings, etc. There is a foreword by Piero Ferrari. The size is 12.5” x 14.5”, is leather bound, and is...

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