Book Details
Author: Günther Raupp
Format: 23” x 16” 12 month wall calendar printed on heavy
Photos: 13 color photographs
ISBN: 978-3-938316-27-6
Price: $39.95
2017 Scuderia Ferrari Calendar 2017 Scuderia Ferrari Calendar
Competitors come and go, but Scuderia Ferrari still sets the standard for greatness in Formula One. From the very first F1 race in 1951 through the present day, Ferrari is the only team to have always competed in the world championship. This year the Scuderia was again led by two former world champions, Sebastian Vettel and Kimi Raikkonen.

The 2017 Official Scuderia Ferrari Calendar gives fans a close-up view of the team through stunning images taken by the world´s best Formula 1 photographers. The extra-large format and high-grade printing add to the impact of each shot.
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These dramatic images capture the power and beauty of Ferrari’s latest race cars and the intensity of the competition at circuits all over the world. The pictures were selected by Günther Raupp from the top photographers working in Formula 1. Each image offers an insider’s view of F1’s most enduring team in action, from drivers Vettel and Raikkonen in practice, in action on the track, and savoring victory on the podium. Beautifully printed on heavy art-gloss stock, the Official Scuderia Ferrari Calendar is a fitting tribute to the team and a must-have for serious fans.

2017 Scuderia Ferrari Calendar—List of Photographs By Month

January: Kimi Raikkonen on the track at the 2016 Bahrain Grand Prix, where he qualified fourth and finished second.

February: Sebastian Vettel on the podium after the Canadian Grand Prix in Montreal, where he finished third.

March: Raikkonen takes a corner at the 2016 season's first race, the Australian Grand Prix at Melbourne.

April: Raikkonen at speed during the European Grand Prix. In 2016 the race was held for the first time in Baku, Azerbaijan.

May: Raikkonen on the track at the Grand Prix of Spain, where he and Vettel finished second and third respectively.

June: A side view of Vettel aboard the SF-16H at the Canadian Grand Prix.

July: A close-up of Vettel in the cockpit before the British Grand Prix at Silverstone.

August: Raikkonen on the street circuit at Monte Carlo's Monaco Grand Prix, where an accident ended his race after only 11 laps.

September: Vettel makes use of the vividly-colored run-off area on the temporary street circuit at Melbourne.

October: Raikkonen follows Vettel into a turn on Barcelona's Catalunya circuit during the Spanish Grand Prix.

November: A typically calm Kimi Raikkonen holds his second-place trophy on the podium in Spain.

December: A head-on shot of Vettel during practice in Monaco, where he would qualify and finish fourth.

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