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- Archive and catalog raisonné 1968-1975
by Walter Näher
The ultimate book about the Porsche 917; documents detailed descriptions of developments and test drives and contains race reports.
This book is a must for Porsche 917 enthusiasts
The foreword by Ferdinand Piëch is the prelude to a book that, unlike any other book about the Porsche 917, is only based on factory documents. Many previously unpublished photos from the Porsche archive complete this comprehensive and detailed book, which in the second part presents the history of each of the 64 Porsche 917s built in minute detail.
For the first time, this book describes the development and further development of the legendary Porsche 917 racing car in meticulous technical details that are supported by the company's original documentation. The resulting catalog of works lists each of the 65 chassis and their individual fates.
The tremendous effort Porsche made between 1968 and 1975 in the never-ending competition with Ferrari, Ford and McLaren is brought to life through detailed training records and technical race analysis interspersed with the original comments of the drivers involved. The reader has the feeling that he was actually on the racing team. In years of careful research, Walter Naher has created an authentic standard work that no Porsche enthusiast would want to do without. He works exclusively from documents from the historical archives of Porsche AG, many of which have never been published.
About the author
From 1969 to 1989 Walter Naah worked at Porsche as a test and racing engineer. He worked on racing cars as well as on many prototypes and production cars and was on the Zuffenhausen works team in nineteen Le Mans races. When Peter Falk's newly formed racing department entered the competition with the Porsche 956 in the early 80s, Naher followed the call to "Falkland" and worked as a racing engineer for the works drivers Ickx, Mass, Bellof, Bell, Stuck, Holbert, Schuppan, Ludwig and Wollek. At the end of 1989 he switched to the silver cars in Group C from Sauber Mercedes and entered the Formula 1 arena with them in 1993. He stayed in Peter Sauber's Swiss racing and test team until 2002.
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