Friday, 1 November 2013


To coincide with the release of the eagerly-anticipated The Book of the Ferrari 288 GTO by Joe Sackey, we are offering Veloce readers a unique opportunity to win an extremely rare piece of Ferrari memorabilia. The design on the T-shirts marks an important event in 288 GTO history, when a world record number of the exotic supercar gathered for the 25th anniversary at Montery, California in 2009. Courtesy of Joe Sackey Classics, the premium quality T-shirts come in 2 different styles, and range in size from M-XL, and we have 5 to give away!*

To be in with a chance of winning, simply email and answer this question:

How many Ferrari 288 GTOs were built?

To give you a clue, the answer can be found on the book info page here. Hurry! competition closes on Friday 15th November 2013.

*5 winners will be selected at random on 15th November 2013 and contacted via email. 1 T-shirt per person.

Over three years in the making, this book covers the background, conception, design, production and aftermath of the iconic Ferrari 288 GTO, including the prototypes, the early production cars, the mainstream production cars in their various specification guises, and the Evolution cars planned for the aborted Group B FIA race series.

The work features nearly 400 relevant photographs, from original production images to the cars as they are today, including the 1984 Geneva Salon where the car debuted, the first ever GTO Reunion in 1985, current salon and action images, right up to the 25th Anniversary Ferrari 288 GTO Reunion held in America in 2009. Also featured are the actual factory production approval sheets, as filed with the Italian government, in an illustrated technical drawing form, along with a chassis by chassis register of every 288 GTO built, including destroyed prototypes, production cars, and GTO Evoluziones – in fact all 284 cars ever built.

This book contains essential resources covering all aspects of the car, including archives, maintenance specialists, restoration specialists, worldwide clubs, parts sources, etc. A comprehensive, beautifully illustrated look at a unique sports car, and a must-have for true Ferrari fans.

Click here for more info about the book.