Cars & Curves: A Tribute to 70 Years of Porsche MOBI

  • Hardcover
  • Cars & Curves: A Tribute to 70 Years of Porsche (English and German Edition)
  • Stefan Bogner
  • English, German
  • 15 March 2019
  • 3667112939

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Cars & Curves: A Tribute to 70 Years of Porsche (English and German Edition)years of passionyears, in which the enthusiasm for sporty driving, advanced technology and sensual design has created something very special Is it a coincidence thatthanpercent of all Porsche cars ever built are still on the road today There can only be one answer when you gather together the highlights from seven decades of sports car construction not in a well tempered museum, but in the places for which they were created road and track What if you had to get aSpyder to Germany via the snowbound passes of northern Italy What would it be like to rerun the legendary record breaking lap of the Nordschleife in Stefan Bellof sCan you bring ato the Porsche Rennsport Reunion in Laguna Seca under your own steam This may sound like a shimmering daydream, but it turns into a tribute toyears of brand history, captured in unparalleled images Text in English and German

About the Author: Stefan Bogner

Stefan Bogner is a writer, photographer, founder of a Munich Design Agency and a passionate Porsche driver With his stunning photos of curves, hairpins and serpentines, he has captured the magnificence of the Alpine passes Sporty drivers consider his magazine Curves and his coffee table book Escapes to be the ultimate guides to happiness Over the last 20 years, Ben Winter has written for Germany s most renowned newspapers and magazines As a former motorcycle racer, he can recognise most European and American race tracks from the taste of their gravel traps For every major road, he can always find the far beautiful detour And he suffers terribly from chronic wanderlust As the offspring of a dynasty of engineers and itinerant preachers, the professional photographer and qualified sociologist always sees the transcendency of all things