Following the book Lancia Rally Group B, Sergio Remondino has returned to the rallying world with a book examining the golden age of Lancia in the World Rally Championship. We start in the early Sixties, when a numerous group of enthusiasts began using Lancia cars - Appia, Flavias and even Flaminias - for the road races of the time, the forerunners of the rallies that were to come. The creation of HF at the behest of Cesare Fiorio, together with the advent of the Fulvia, created an authentic watershed and the definitive consecration of the Lancia marque on a global level. Between 1962 and 1982, Lancias conquered one Constructors title and four European Championships, three Constructors World Championships and two FIA Drivers cups, writing indelible chapters in the history of the sport, thanks to drivers and cars of absolute excellence, all of which relive in this invaluable book.
Born in Turin, the architect Sergio Remondino is first and foremost a car and motorsport enthusiast. He began his journalistic career in 1979, joined the Italian magazine Autosprint editorial staff in 1989 and remained there for almost 30 years, becoming editor-in-chief of the "racing weekly" and editing the monthly Rallysprint. During the course of his career, Remondino has written a number of books including Sandro Munari. Una vita di traverso, La storia dei rally (in two editions) and, in 2021, Lancia Rally Group B 037 - Delta S4 - ECV - ECV2, all published by Giorgio Nada Editore.