Fourteen years in the making, the two-volume Maserati: The Family Silver by Nigel Trow is the ultimate company history by one of the world’s finest automotive writers. Through his friendship with Maserati archivist Ermanno Cozza, Trow was granted unrestricted access to the Maserati and Orsi family documents and was able to interview many of the company’s chief personnel as well as engineers and drivers who combined to create the legend.
The Family Silver is the complete reference point for any fan of the Italian marque. Now you can win one of four great prizes: a copy of the unique Archive Edition; a copy of the hand-bound Collectors’ Edition; or one of two copies of the two-volume slip-cased Tifosi Edition.
Special Motor Sport-themed Archive Edition, worth £12,950
Handcrafted in leather and linen, the Archive Edition is limited to just 26 numbered copies in recognition of the Tipo 26, Maserati’s first grand prix car from the 1920s. This is a Motor Sport-themed one-off, a museum-quality piece presented in a leather tool case. Included are a presentation page, hand illustrated by calligrapher Sam Burchett and signed by Pink Floyd’s Maserati enthusiast Nick Mason along with F1 giants Sir Stirling Moss and John Surtees, plus a specially commissioned painting and a signed artist’s print.
1x copy of the Collectors’ Edition, worth £595; 2x copies of the Tifosi Edition, worth £195
One runner-up will receive a Collectors’ Edition, with a presentation sheet signed by the author. Two other entrants will receive a copy of the Tifosi Edition.
Enter this competition at:
motorsportmagazine.com/competitions and answer the following question: In which Maserati did Stirling Moss win the 1956 Monaco GP?
Closing date is January 31. For more on the book: maseratifamilysilver.com
The winners will be picked at random from the entrants who have correctly answered the competition question. The judgeís decision is final. Full terms and conditions are here.