Porsche Werkseinsatz - by Frank Kayser

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Book: Porsche Werkseinsatz

by Frank Kayser

Every year, the best racing drivers chase each other over the asphalt of the world's most famous race tracks for 24 hours. Star photographer Frank Kayser was up close and personal for more than 4 years and documented Porsche's works entry in the World Endurance Championship.

Endurance races are the supreme discipline of motorsport

The 24-hour races on the Nürburgring and in Daytona are among the toughest tests for man and material - but the true icon among the endurance races is Le Mans . Porsche's factory entry in the World Endurance Championship has been setting the standard with perfection and passion for years, leaving the competition behind.

The team around star photographer Frank Kayser was able to observe the disciplined and far beyond exhaustion work of the Porsche works teams at first hand over a period of four years. The world-renowned photographer has been where other photographers cannot go: in the pits, in the pit lane during tyre and driver changes, in the cordoned-off areas of the paddock. His photographs tell of the tension, the top performance, the eternity of a never-ending night and the success of perfection.

  • Publisher: Delius-Klasing Verlag
  • Year of publication: 1st edition 2017
  • Language: German
  • Format: approx. 29.5 x 29.5 cm
  • Characteristics: Hardback / with dust jacket
  • Number of pages: 272
  • ISBN: 978-3-667-11066-4

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