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Wednesday, September 4, 2013

Exciting Announcement - Two Highly Respected Ferrari Texts to be Reprinted

To Ferrari enthusiasts or those in the classic-car industry, we are excited to announce the forthcoming updated editions of the following highly respected Ferrari books due to high ongoing demand. The books are packed with model histories and development, production figures, period and contemporary photographs, and chassis records. Essential books for the Ferrari lover!

The books will be reprinted by Dalton Watson Fine Books ( and it is planned the new editions will become available during early-to-mid 2013.

Contact me or comment to discuss limited full-page advertising opportunities as well.

Ferrari: Fifty Years on the Track - The Sport Racing Cars by John Starkey, Christopher Renwick

Ferrari: 166 to F50 GT: The Racing Berlinettas by John Starkey, Christopher Renwick


  1. Hi,

    When are the likely to be reprinted? You seem to be the only site reporting this and I'd love to know when/where I could pre-order them!

  2. Hi!

    Thanks for your comment today. The new editions should become available in early-to-mid 2014. They are being reprinted by Dalton Watson Fine Books, which carries an amazing catalogue of titles and author roster. I've been calling, emailing, and generally contacting everyone that might have interest and getting the word out. I am glad you found the post; could you kindly advise how you found it? This will help me to get the word out better. Here is the link to Dalton Watson's website: . While I am sure they will gladly take a pre-order or at the very least get you onto their list for when the books are released, I have contacted the publisher and will advise.

    All the very best and thanks,


  3. Hi,

    Looks like my reply got lost! i googled "Ferrari 50 years on the track starkey" and you are on the first page! Please post if you hear anything back from the publishers - I haven't yet and thanks for the links.

    Kind regards


    1. Hi,

      Thanks for your message. If you could kindly email me directly at with your name and contact information, the publisher will gladly get you onto the list for future announcements.

      Best regards,


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