Technical illustrations by Paolo D’Alessio

Once again we have Paolo D’Alessio to share a few technical illustrations of Formula 1 cars with us, and this time it’s a Ferrari! This is a great book with loads of exclusive pictures never seen before! We are excited to show you some of his artwork in this article.

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Paolo D’Alessio supplies various motorsport publications with articles and detailed technical drawings of Formula 1 cars. In 1993, he also founded an industrial design firm and since then has been producing watches, bikes, means of transport, helmets, sports glasses and other stuff for customers such as Momo, Martini & Rossi, Mazda, Honda, Diavia, Philip Morris, Alfa Romeo, Fiat, Ibea, Universal. In the gallery, you can see a few technical illustrations of the Ferrari SF70H.

The definitive story of Ferrari in Formula 1 from 1948 to 2000 by Paolo D’Alessio. Profusely illustrated with period photographs and drawings. In presentation box with 30 lithographic prints size 490 x 340 mm. From a limited edition of 1,000, this 504-page tome is now very rare. The presentation box is 57cm x 40cm x 6cm and covered in red linen. The text is in both English and Italian. The art prints are printed in five colours on special 200gm heavyweight paper. In as-new, opened once condition, a rare opportunity.

Text in English and Italian. The signature red Ferrari made its Grand Prix Formula 1 racing debut in 1948, and the marque has been turning heads ever since. Through ups and downs, racing victories and failures, innovative designs and superb drivers, Ferrari became integral to Grand Prix racing and its history. In Fantastic Ferrari, archival and contemporary photographs combine with a fascinating history of the car through each of its F1 seasons to create an unparalleled record of this iconic automaker and its drivers.

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