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Motorsport Classic 2014 Calendar (McKlein)

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The high-quality McKlein calendar "Motorsport Classic 2014" recalls the greatest years of... more
Motorsport Classic 2014 Calendar (McKlein)
The high-quality McKlein calendar "Motorsport Classic 2014" recalls the greatest years of motorsports. It features a period when the infamous Nürburgring was only surrounded by hedges and truly deserved its nickname of the "green hell" and when the whole island of Sicily went crazy during the Targa Florio. This great calendar captures twenty-five stunning moments from the rich history of motor sport with wonderful images taken from the McKlein archive. Staying true to its origins, this sought-after calendar gives you the choice of two contrasting photographs each month. These capture some great action and the special atmosphere from the 1950s, 1960s and 1970s. They also cover the whole range of motor sport - from Formula 1 to sports car racing and rallying. See how Björn Waldegard slid to victory on the Monte Carlo Rally, how the winners of the 1954 Le Mans 24-hour race enjoyed their success while sitting on their Ferrari 375 Plus, and how thoughtful Jochen Rindt looked sitting in his Lotus at his home race in Tulln-Langenlebarn. All these pictures come with a short description of these unique moments from bygone days.

Technical Details:
Size: 67 x 48 cm
Number of pages: 26
Images: 29 (a choice between two images each month)
Extras: Spiral binding, shrink-wrapped and sent to you in a special cardboard box
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