‘The last Bugatti racing cars’ is the ultimate Bugatti EB110 book.
If you’re a Bugatti owner or an enthusiasts, this book is a must for your collection. It documents the comprehensive history of the EB110 – the precursor to the record-setting Veyron and Chiron.
Romano Artioli revived the brand with a vision to create a modern Bugatti supercar. Development of the EB110 started way back 1988. The car was first presented in France in 1991, on Ettore Bugatti’s 110th birthday.
The EB110 also raced in the GT1 class at Le Mans in 1994. A second EB110 participated in the 1996 24 Hours of Daytona. These were the last Bugatti race cars of the modern era. Since then, the brand has not entered a competitive racing series.
The book talks about these two elusive race cars. It features more than 300 pages of exclusive content with over 350 photographs from the factory archives. It also has rare historic images, technical drawings, data sheets and racing reports. It includes eyewitness accounts from racing driver Derek Hill, test driver Loris Bicocchi and race engineer Dieter Gass.
The publishers plan to produce only 110 copies of the book. These will include 35 Publishers’ Edition featuring a leather cover and signed by the main protagonists of the EB110 story. It costs €1,100 (excluding shipping). Two other editions called the IMSA Edition with a silver cover and Le Mans Edition with a blue cover will also be available. These cost €459.
The book will be presented at the 2020 Retromobile show in Paris.