Silvio Moser was known as an excellent driver but unfortunately he was one of the drivers who did not have a chance to become famous. He built his reputation in Formula Two and sports car racing before debuting in Formula One on 15 July 1967 with a privately entered Brabham. He participated in 19 Formula One World Championship Grands Prix, scoring a total of three championship points.
Moser died from severe injuries without regaining consciousness, some time after being involved in an accident while driving his Lola-BMW in the 1,000 km sports car race at Monza.
Thanks to his great friend Aldo Pessina we can now relive the life and the sporting exploits of a driver of great substance and independence that made one of his characteristic traits. From the reading of the book emerged the figure of a complete sports, who lived his passion to the end. A book very rich graphically: unpublished photographs, excerpts from old newspapers, original documents enrich a text rigorous and well built on a figure that still many years away Ticino remembers with great affection and with undiminished regret.
Buch, Hardcover, 22 x 28,5 cm, 300 Seiten, ca. 250 teils farbige Abbildungen, italienischer Text