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BMW Racing Cars Type 328 to Le Mans V12 (Paperback)

Author:  Karl (INT) Ludvigsen Introduction:  Karl Ludvigsen
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Format: Paperback
ISBN-10: 1583882014
ISBN-13: 9781583882016
Sku: 204574133
Publish Date: 9/27/2007
Dimensions:  (in Inches) 8.25H x 9.75L x 0.25T
Pages:  125
Age Range:  NA
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Success of the 315 roadster spawned the creation of the high-performance 328 in 1936 and its racing achievements before and after the war. Further achievements featured in this Ludvigsen Library photo book include: winning the 1940 Mille Miglia; Formula 2 success; the ultimate turbo four for Grand Prix racing that produced 1,000 bhp; winning Le Mans with V12 engines and more. Karl Ludvigsen''s informative introduction emphasizes the great engines that have powered BMW to success on the world''s circuits.

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Success of the 315 roadster in the 1934 Alpine Trial put BMW on the road to sporting success, spawning the creation of the high-performance 328 in 1936 and its racing achievements before and after the war. Further achievements featured in this Ludvigsen Library photo book include: winning the 1940 Mille Miglia with a 328 coupe; its post-war influence on Veritas; hillclimb championships with the 700 Spyder and 507; Ludwig Apfelbeck’s radial 16-valve engine for record-breaking and Formula 2; a turbo four for touring-car racing and twin-cam fours for Formula 2 success; the ultimate turbo four for Grand Prix racing that produced 1,000 bhp and won the 1983 world championship; racing winged 6-Series coupes and winning Le Mans with V12 engines, first with McLaren and later with BMW’s own Spyder; entering Formula 1 with Williams in 2000 and buying the Sauber team to compete as BMW in 2006. Karl Ludvigsen’s informative introduction emphasizes the great engines that have powered BMW to success on the world’s circuits.

 

 

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Product attributeBook Format:   Paperback
Product attributeNumber of Pages:   0125
Product attributePublisher:   Iconografix
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