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Keith Bluemel

Keith Bluemel started writing about Ferrari in 1980, initially as a contributor to the Ferrari Owners’ Club magazine ‘Ferrari’, for which he still writes regularly, and then broadened out to work for many Ferrari-specific magazines around the world. He is a long-time contributing editor to the respected American Ferrari magazine ‘Cavallino’ and has been its competition editor since 2004. He also contributes to ‘Ferrari Magazine’ (the official magazine produced for the factory by Condé Nast), ‘Prancing Horse’ (the official magazine of the Ferrari Club Of America) and ‘Ferrari Club’ (the official magazine of Club Ferrari France). He is also a regular contributing editor/photographer to two Ferrari-themed websites: www.barchetta.cc and www.anamera.com.

Prior to his ‘Great Cars’ GTO book for Porter Press, Keith co-authored (with Jess G. Pourret) ‘Ferrari 250 GTO’ (Bay View, 1998) and was a contributing editor to ‘GTO Book’ (Fink Presse France, 2009). He has also written four titles about other models of Ferrari. ‘Original Ferrari V8’ (Bay View), ‘Ferrari: The Road Cars’ (Sutton), ‘Original Ferrari V12, 1965–73’ (Bay View) and ‘Ferrari: The Racing Cars’ (Sutton). He was the technical editor for ‘Jeremy Clarkson on Ferrari’ (Lancaster Publishing, 2000) and co-author of a book on the Ferrari 250 GT ‘Breadvan’ (Parker House Publishing, 2010).

Keith is a life member of the Ferrari Owners’ Club and a Ferrari Club of America concours judge. He has been a Ferrari class judge at Concorso Italiano, the Winter Park Concours, Concours on the Avenue (Carmel), Pebble Beach, Salon Privé and the Ferrari factory’s 60th Anniversary Concorso d’Eleganza in 2007.

  • Tour de France, Gerald Langlois van Ophem, Robert Darville, Spa, Nurburgring
    1963 Tour de France winner

    Ferrari 250 GTO - The autobiography of 4153 GT

    Porter Press International
    £ 60.00 GBP

    A book on the most expensive car ever sold The seventh book in the Great Cars Series This magnificent book tells the story of a Ferrari 250 GTO w...

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    £ 60.00 GBP
  • Ferrari 250 GTO signed collectors' edition
    Ferrari 250 GTO signed collectors' edition

    Ferrari 250 GTO - The autobiography of 4153 GT (Limited Edition)

    Porter Press International
    £ 250.00 GBP

    The most expensive car ever sold Great Cars Series book number 7 This magnificent book tells the story of a Ferrari 250 GTO with a particularly in...

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    £ 250.00 GBP