THE COBRA FERRARI WARS 1963-1965 Second Edition By Michael L. Shoen The true story of Carroll Shelby's war against Enzo Ferrari, and the cars and the men who made racing history. Directly available from the publisher and signed by the author. "Absolutely fascinating"- Sir John Whitmore. "A beautiful job"- Carroll Shelby. "Extraordinary"- John Wyer. 372 pages and 85,000 words, based on interviews of 51 of the original participants, conducted over 18 years. Over 530 original photos, drawings, blueprints and documents, including 57 large-format color prints. Featured are the Ferrari GTOs, LM, and GTB, Cobra roadsters and coupes, Aston 214, Corvette Grand Sport, Jaguar Lightweight E-Type, and Porsche 904 - in 27 1963-1965 FIA world championship races, from Sebring, Florida to Enna, Sicily. Personal recollections range from Shelby's lowest mechanic to Ferrari's chief engineer, from forgotten privateers and Cobra enthusiasts alike, this is the definitive history of the epic struggle that changed sports car racing forever.