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Blau gewinnt - Renault Alpine A 110
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Blau gewinnt - Renault Alpine A 110

Die Dokumentation über historische, klassische Automobile erlebt eine neue Dimension. Die Alpine A110 gibt es nun als Erlebnispaket in Form von Buch in Wort und Bild mit Film als audio-visuelle Ergänzung! Zehn Jahre Alpine Berlinette im Deutschen Motorsport 1968 bis 1977.

Diese Chronik ist so einzigartig wie der französische Sportwagen. Edel in der Gestaltung und mitreißend im Inhalt. Das Buch und der Film auf DVD sind der außergewöhnlichen Marke Alpine und deren Gründer Jean Rédélé gewidmet. Der Automobil-Liebhaber wird in eine Welt entführt, die voller Leidenschaft ist. Eine Leidenschaft, die der Autor mit den Liebhabern des historischen Motorsports teilt. Ihr Objekt der Begierde: Alpine A110 Berlinette, die unvergessliche Berlinette.

Das Buch glänzt durch eine umfassende, detaillierte Beschreibung der Technik, bisher unveröffentlichtem Bildmaterial und interessante Berichte der Zeitzeugen. Alles großzügig gestaltet und hochwertig verarbeitet.

Der aufwändig produzierte Dokumentarfilm erweckt die Ära Alpine A110 zum Leben. Er begeistert durch eine abwechslungsreiche Mischung historischer Filmsequenzen und aktueller Fahrszenen mit authentischen Rennwagen an originalen Renn-Schauplätzen im Odenwald und Schwarzwald. Interviews mit ehemaligen Alpine Renault-Rennfahrern vervollständigen die Geschichte, die das Buch in idealer Weise ergänzt.

Einband:           Kartoniert mit Schutzumschlag
Abmessungen: ca. 30 x 30 x 4 cm
Ersterscheinung:           2008
Qualität:           Hochglanzpapier
Umfang:            570 Seiten
Abbildungen:     740 Photos und Illustrationen in Farbe und Schwarz-Weiß
Photographie: Götz von Sternenfels
Sprache:           Deutsch mit einer Zusammenfassung in Englisch und Französisch je Kapitel
Produktion :      gedruckt und gebunden in Deutschland

with english text parts
avec texte partiellement en francais



ArtNr. Falk Blau Gewinnt

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Renault Alpine A 110
Renault Alpine A 110 - Details

Renault Alpine A 110

Detailreich aufgearbeitet und mit Stimmen der damaligen Piloten und Beteiligten angereichert, erzählt diese außergewöhnliche Typenmonografie die komplette Sportgeschichte des Renault Alpine A 110

Die Alpine A 110 war in den 1960er und 70er Jahren Frankreichs Sportwagen schlechthin. In Deutschland bekannt als die Flunder, räumte der flotte kleine Renner bei Rallyes, bei Berg- und Rundstreckenrennen die Siege in Serie ab. Höhepunkt war der Rallye-Weltmeistertitel im Jahr 1973. Dieses Buch beschreibt lückenlos die lange Rennsportkarriere der Renne aus Dieppe, stellt die zahlreichen Werks- und Privatpiloten vor und besticht mit einer Fülle großartiger Fotos der legendären Berlinette in Aktion.

192 Seiten, ca. 220 Farb- und S/W-Aufnahmen, 260 x 260 mm, gebunden mit Schutzumschlag

ArtNr. Heel Renault Alpine A 110

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the development of the F1 turbo car
the development of the F1 turbo car - Details

the development of the F1 turbo car

The development of the revolutionary Turbo F1 Car: 1968 to 1979

• The first English language book about Alpine Renault and the development of the first turbocharged F1 car
• The full, detailed story of the Alpine A500
• Contains many previously unpublished photographs
• Includes interviews with the major players
• The first time the 1968 A350 story has been told in English
• The RS01 changed the motoring worlds thinking about turbos
• A tale of huge dreams becoming reality
• Describes the untold input from Elf and the men behind the scenes
• Will appeal to all enthusiasts of Alpine, Renault and Formula 1

Alpine and Renault describes the history of each company involved, the thinking behind the creation of the first turbo-charged Grand Prix car, and the men concerned – from the first ideas to the final ultimate success of a Grand Prix victory. The book covers the development of an experimental car by Alpine in the 1960s, and the story of the men who worked with Gordini, the engine-tuning genius who went on to create a power unit that changed the worlds thinking on engine design. The early tests, first car designed at Alpine, and the Renault-designed and built Grand Prix car made to the specific Formula 1 regulations are described, as well as the full story of the Renault Turbo Grand Prix cars, including interviews with the men of the time, a transcript of the first public test, and race reports on every event.
Contains over 400 photos (mainly colour) and special illustrations.

This is a study of how the first turbo Grand Prix car came to be a reality. Starting with a brief history of Renault, the story moves to the development of Jean Redele s company, Alpine, and the parts played by Gordini, Elf and Michelin, including much personal input from the men who made it. The first experimental car in 1968 was so nearly raced by Mauro Bianchi in the French GP of that year, but its development was stopped by Renault – the book details the visionary ideas of the talented engineers at that company, as well as at Gordini and Alpine. The creation of a turbo engine for the Alpine sports car led to the idea of a Grand Prix car powered by a turbocharged 1500cc engine. Grand Prix driver Jean Pierre Jabouille s determination to develop such a car on the track is graphically described, demonstrating the huge technical challenges that awaited the team. The book is stunningly illustrated and is completed by a full record of the developments and races during the turbo era. Features a transcript of the first public test, race reports on every event, over 400 photos and special illustrations.

by Roy Smith 

hardback, 250mmx250mm, 240 pages, 400 photographs (english)



 

ArtNr. Vel Alpine & Renault F1

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the sports Prototypes Volume 1 1963-69
the sports Prototypes Volume 1 1963-69 - Details

the sports Prototypes Volume 1 1963-69

First time the full story of the Alpine Sports Prototypes in English
• Tells the story of the designs of the early cars
• Looks at the racing on the World sports car scene in the 1960s
• Describes the efforts to get class wins at Le Mans
• Examines the success and failures of the V8 cars
• Shows the politics and changes in Renault, Alpine and Gordini in the 1960s
• Follows the development of the Turbo engine
• Features details of testing the Le Mans cars and solving the problems
• Looks at the men behind the scenes and the drivers that made it happen
• Many interviews and personal experiences recorded

Sports prototype racing is about endurance, for the drivers, for the teams and for the companies involved. In this story we see the effort, the blood, the sweat and the tears, reputations won and lost, life and also death. The cars, some of the most evocative ever seen, are described in detail. We see stunningly beautiful, creative, slippery aerodynamic designs that allowed Alpine to take many class wins and outright victories in championship racing, from 1963 to 1969. You will feel the passion and dedication for racing from interviews with the men involved, illustrated with dramatic period photographs.

Sports prototype racing is about endurance, for the drivers, for the teams and for the companies involved. In this story we see the effort, the blood, the sweat and the tears, reputations won and lost, life and also death. The cars were some of the most evocative ever seen, in the case of Alpine they had a passion and dedication for racing over a long period with stunningly beautiful, creative, slippery aerodynamic designs that allowed them to take many class wins and outright victories in championship racing, and in volume 2 ultimately under Renault ownership a victory at Le Mans, which had been its target since 1963. This story covers every race from 1963 to 1969 it includes races in the USA, and in the Far East, the Targa Florio and the prestigious Le Mans 24 hours. Le Mans and the marketing opportunities it can provide to the major car companies are vast.
Victory at Le Mans is the ultimate target.

by Roy Smith 

hardback, 250mmx250mm, 208 pages, 300 photographs (english)



 

ArtNr. Vel Renault Proto Vol 1

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the sports Prototypes Volume 2 1973-78
the sports Prototypes Volume 2 1973-78 - Details

the sports Prototypes Volume 2 1973-78

• Story of the Alpine Renault Sports Prototypes in the modern era
• First time the full story in English
• Looks at the racing on the world sports car scene 1973 and 1978
• Describes the efforts of Renault to get outright victory at Le Mans
• Describes the full story of the European championship win by Alpine
• Shows the developments and politics, Renault, Alpine and Gordini
• Follows the development of the Turbo charged 2-litre engine
• Features details of testing the cars
• Looks behind the scenes and the drivers that made it happen
• Each car and race covered, culminating with the victory outright at Le Mans

Sports prototype racing is about endurance – for the drivers, for the teams, and for the companies involved. Under the new management at Renault, and with assistance from Elf, the state-owned French oil company, Alpine made a remarkable return to sports car racing, vividly described here along with the reputations that were won and lost.

Sports prototype racing is about endurance – for the drivers, for the teams, and for the companies involved. Under the new management at Renault, and with assistance from Elf, the state-owned French oil company, Alpine made a remarkable return to sports car racing, vividly described here along with the reputations that were won and lost.
Alpine won the European sports car championship and developed a new car, an innovatory vehicle that used a new engine. Not only that, it developed a turbocharged unit to try to win at Le Mans. We see the passion and dedication for racing over a long period, with stunningly fast slippery aerodynamic designs that allowed them to take many pole positions and fastest laps. We see ultimately the new management and a new name, Renault Sport, that still survives today, and the trials and tribulations of trying to develop a V6 turbo engine. We see great engineering and huge, even comical disasters. Despair, frustration and ultimately joy are all part of the effort to eventually take the greatest prize in sports car racing – winning the Le Mans 24 hours.

by Roy Smith 

hardback, 250mmx250mm, 224 pages, 359 photographs (english)



 

ArtNr. Vel Renault Proto Vol 2

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