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- DescriptionThe American Fred Merkel riding a Honda won the first two editions in 1988 and 1989. This was followed by a Ducati triple with titles for Raymond Roche in 1990 and Doug Polen in 1991 and '92. In the years that followed the likes of Carl Fogarty, Troy Corser, Colin Edwards and Troy Bayliss came to the fore aboard equally well-kwn bikes also raced in the same period by Pier Francesco Chili, perhaps the best-kwn Italian Superbike rider prior to the advent of Biaggi and Melandri. These 25 years are revisited for the first time in an official book that, season by season, reviews the technical, sporting and human stories of each championship through the ever-accurate texts of Claudio Porrozzi and above all the spectacular images of his brother Fabrizio, for years the official SBK World Championship photographer. Championship standings and statistics complete a book that is sure to be source of reference for all fans.
- Author BiographyBorn in Rome in 1950, Claudio Porrozzi has always written about motorcycling. He has been the director of the Italian motorcycle monthly La Moto and author of numerous sports and history books.Fabrizio Porrozzi, born in Rome in 1961, is one of the top Superbike photographers, a sport he has followed right from the start. He owns an agency that also covers Moto GP.
- Author(s)Claudio Porrozzi,Fabrizio Porrozzi
- PublisherGiorgio Nada Editore
- Date of Publication14/06/2012
- SubjectMotor Sports & Cycling
- Place of PublicationVimodrone
- Country of PublicationItaly
- ImprintGiorgio Nada Editore
- Content NoteColour & mono throughout
- Weight2132 g
- Width280 mm
- Height300 mm
- Spine25 mm
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