Special edition in a slip-case. Limited to only 250 numbered copies
In the 1960's Jochen Rindt was one of the most colourful personalities in Formula 1 racing. His talent his charisma and the talent he had made him unforgotten till today. 1970 the fearless pilot had already won the race in Holland, France, England and Germany and nothing could keep him from winning the Formula 1 World Championship when a fatal accident during the qualifying of the Italian grand Prix tragically ended Rindt's career. Therewith Rindt became the only posthumous Formula 1 World Champion in history.
40 years after his tragic death in Monza, author Herbert Volker published this empathetic portrait with well-selected photographs, partly deriving from the private archive of his wife Nina Rindt. This book takes you on a journey through time right back into the racing sports world of the 1960's.
Publisher: Delius Klasing
Author: Herbert Völker and Ferdi Kräling
Foreword: Jackie Stewart
Size: 21.5 x 28 cm, hardcover in a slip-case
Photographs: ca. 150 in colour and black-and-white