Enzo's Ultimate Redhead — The Evolution of the Ferrari 250 Testa Rossa
by Keith Bluemel
Written by Ferrari authority Keith Bluemel, Enzo's Ultimate Redhead ·The Evolution of the Ferrari Testa Rossa covers the development of the ‘TR’ from inception through to the 1959/1960 seasons, with the Le Mans victory in 1961. It slowly focuses on 0774, the actual car that won Le Mans in 1961.
The 250 Testa Rossa heads the pack of Ferrari's greatest icons. Perhaps only the 250 GTO can match its mystique. Its extremley rare, and the race-winning history, high performance and unique Aesthetics make it extremley special. This means the name Testa Rossa is immediately recognisable to Ferrari aficionados and race fans, and the wider public. It became a legend in its own racing lifetime and its one that has endured. Today it is among the most desirable and cherised collectors cars in the world.
This book is about the Ferrari 250 TR 59/60, the ultimate expression of the legendary 250 Testa Rossa. It takes a special look at the chassis 0774, the 1960 Le Mans-winning TR 59/60 driven by Paul Frere and Oliver Gendebien, a car that today presents as it did on 26 June 1960.
Buch, Hardcover im Schuber, 30 x 24,5 cm, 204 Seiten, zahlreiche Abbildungen, englischer Text limitiert auf 1.000 Exemplare