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his year we’ve produced a slimmer catalog focused
on our latest titles and special editions, as well as
suggestions from our backlist and a preview of upcoming
Our newest book, Museo Ducati (page 6) means a
great deal to me. As a longtime Ducati owner, I was
thrilled to have the opportunity to take readers inside the
Italian motorcycle maker’s official museum in Bologna,
Italy. The week I spent there with photographer Peter
Harholdt, author Chris Jonnum, and curator Livio Lodi
was remarkable, and each time I look at Museo Ducati it
brings back fond memories. I’m really pleased with the
The Museo Ducati team on-site in Bologna. From left to right: author Chris Jonnum,
publisher David Bull, photographer Peter Harholdt, and assistant Donna Tribby. In
back, leaning on the seat of Mike Hailwood’s 900 Super Sport, is curator Livio Lodi.
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way the book captures the essence of this unique shrine
to racing histor y.
Two new Publisher’s Editions (pages 4-5) feature autographs from some of the greatest names in motorsports.
The Publisher’s Edition of Formula One at Watkins Glen
is signed by four world champions: Jack Brabham, John
Surtees, Jackie Stewart, and Mario Andretti. And the
Publisher’s Edition of Can-Am Cars in Detail includes an
extraordinary roster of designers and drivers.
Another limited edition item is Günther Raupp’s 2013
Ferrari Myth (page 8). Each year just 5,000 of these
ultra-high quality calendars are issued, and I’m proud
to be their exclusive American distributor. And for F1
fans, Raupp also has the official 2013 Scuderia Ferrari
calendar (page 9).
Finally, I’m pleased to offer Hartmut Lehbrink’s Fangio
& Mercedes-Benz (page 7). First published in Germany to
mark Fangio’s 100th anniversary, it’s a unique look at a
uniquely effective partnership.
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Required Reading
e’re excited to tell you about our newest books, but sometimes this mean other titles don’t get as much attention as they deserve—especially among our newest readers. Here are some titles that we love, but you may have
missed. For a closer look at all our books, visit
Gold medal
Can-Am Challenger
The Cockney F1 Mechanic Who Designed and Built America’s Best Can-Am Cars
Peter Bryant / Hardcover, 8 3/8” by 9”, 400 pages, 23 black-and-white and 137 color photos
ISBN-13: 978-1-893618-86-2 / $49.95
Peter Bryant was one of racing’s great storytellers, and his 2007 autobiography is packed with
vivid anecdotes from a career that included stops in Formula One, sports-cars, Indianapolis,
and the Can-Am series. Bryant also reveals the technical secrets behind the innovative cars he
designed for the long-lost Shadow team.
A fine description of a small team with innovative ideas trying to make a mark, and the
technical challenges facing a racing car designer. —Motorsport
Postcards From Detroit
Remembering Formula 1 in the Motor City
Roger Hart / Hardcover, 9” by 10”, 96 pages, 103 black-and-white and color photos
ISBN-13: 978-1-893618-72-5 / $24.95
The perfect complement to 2011’s Formula One at Watkins Glen, as Autoweek editor Roger Hart
goes behind the scenes at the seven grand prix races held in Detroit during the 1980s. The setting couldn’t be more different, but Hart’s photographs capture the excitement and drama of F1
racing from another era.
Hart’s photographs are powerful reminders of what it was like to have the pinnacle of
motorsport in downtown Motown. —Automobile
Walt Hansgen
His Life and the History of Post-War American Road Racing
Michael Argetsinger / Hardcover, 8 3/8” by 9”, 400 pages, / 140 black-and-white and 15 color photos /
ISBN-13: 978-1-893618-54-1 / $49.95
Walt Hansgen may not be a household name, but he should be. A top competitor in sports cars and
single-seaters, Hansgen was also one of the most influential figures in racing during the 1950s and
1960s. Michael Argetsinger explains Hansgen’s key role in the transition to professional racing, and
his influence on the development of such cars as the Maserati Birdcage and Ford GT40.
The reader gets a redlined ride into what is arguably the most interesting period in motorsport
history. You’ll love it. —Vintage Motorsport
Superbikes of the Seventies
Roland Brown / Hardcover, 9” by 11”, 192 pages, 279 color photos
ISBN-13: 978-1-893618-17-6 / $39.95
The 1970s was a golden age for motorcycles, as top manufacturers battled for supremacy in
speed, performance, and styling. These original superbikes still inspire awe, from Honda’s CB750
to the thundering V-twins of Ducati and Moto Guzzi. Roland Brown profiles 34 of the decade’s
best bikes, and reveals what they’re really like to ride.
Sure to prod your teenage memories, as author Roland Brown describes and rides the classic
bikes of the decade. —Sport Rider
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Autographed Books For Collectors
elected titles are available in deluxe and premium versions called
Publisher’s Editions. These books carry a custom bookplate or
signature page that is signed by the author and the drivers or other
principals involved in the project. They may also feature additional
pages, special covers or bindings, and are produced in limited
quantities. Please visit our web site at www.bullpublishing.
com to see a complete list of Publisher’s Editions that
are still available.
The Publisher’s Edition of Michael
Argetsinger’s Formula One at
Watkins Glen features a speciallydesigned cover, plus 32 extra
pages of rare photographs
of cars, drivers, and
spectators at the beloved
circuit in upstate New York.
It is also autographed by four
legendar y drivers who became
world champions during the 20-year
period that Watkins Glen hosted the
U.S. Grand Prix: Sir Jack Brabham, John Surtees,
Sir Jackie Stewart, and Mario Andretti. With only 100
numbered copies produced, this is a truly limited edition that
will never be reprinted.
e still have copies of the deluxe Publisher’s Edition of Can-Am Cars
In Detail, the award-winning book by Pete Lyons and Peter Harholdt.
Limited to just 250 copies, this edition boasts a specially-designed cover and slipcase, as well as 36 additional pages of stunning studio photographs of cars from
the original Can-Am series. It’s also signed by 10 men who made Can-Am history,
starting with constructors Tyler Alexander (McLaren); Eric Broadley (Lola); Dan
Gurney (AAR); Jim Hall (Chaparral); and Don Nichols (Shadow). They’re joined by
drivers Chris Amon; Mario Andretti; George Follmer (1972 champion); Jackie Oliver
(1974 champion); and John Surtees (1966 champion).
For the ultimate collector, we’re also working on a 40-copy Premium Publisher’s
Edition of Can-Am Cars. These books will be leather-bound and presented in an
aluminum box emulating the construction of a Lola monocoque. Please call or e-mail
to be placed on our notification list for pricing and availability.
Finally, we’re also preparing a Publisher’s Edition of János Wimpffen’s Elva,
which includes 36 additional pages featuring Elva’s brochures and advertisements.
The list of signatories includes Sir Stirling Moss, who contributed the book’s
foreword, as well as drivers Chuck Dietrich, Augie Pabst, Bill Wuesthoff, designer
Keith Marsden, and vintage Elva stalwarts Roger Dunbar and Bruce McCaw.
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Museo Ducati
Six Decades of Classic Motorcycles From
the Official Ducati Museum
By Chris Jonnum
Photography by Peter Harholdt
Hardcover, 9” x 11”, 144 pages, 107 color
photographs, text in English and Italian
ISBN-13: 978-1-935007-16-6
hen Ducati opened its official museum in 1998 the goal was
to celebrate the racing heritage and competitive spirit that has
driven the Italian motorcycle company for more than half a century. But
the Ducati museum is much more than just a collection of historic racing
motorcycles—it is also a state-of-the art facility designed to present each
bike for maximum effect, as well as a spiritual home for the thousands of
dedicated Ducati fans who visit each year.
In Museo Ducati, author Chris Jonnum and photographer Peter
Harholdt go inside the museum to profile 25 of the greatest
motorcycles on display there. The tour begins with a 1947 Cucciolo
motorized bicycle and concludes with the 2010 Desmosedici GP10
ridden by 2006 MotoGP champion Nicky Hayden. Other highlights
include a 900 Super Spor t prepared for Mike Hailwood’s legendar y
1978 win at the Isle of Man TT and the 1990 851 that Raymond Roche
rode to Ducati’s first World Superbike championship. The motorcycles
seen here are authentic racing veterans, often rolled straight from the
podium to the exhibit.
The bikes are shown in stunning detail through photographs taken
inside the museum in a specially designed mobile studio. Harholdt’s
carefully composed images capture each model’s overall design as
well as uncovering details of engines, frames, suspensions and other
components. And the detailed text by Ducati insider Chris Jonnum
explains each bike’s contribution to Ducati’s long and varied record of
racing success.
Fangio &
Alliance of the Best
Hartmut Lehbrink
Hardcover, 10” x 10”, 192 pages, 14
illustrations, 171 black-and-white and
color photographs
ISBN-13: 978-3-868525-51-9
ore than a century after his birth, JuanManuel Fangio remains one of the most
revered names in motorsports. Between 1951
and 1957, Fangio won an astounding five World
Championships—more than any other Formula
One driver until Michael Schumacher captured his
sixth title in 2003.
Fangio raced and won for Alfa Romeo,
Maserati, and Ferrari, but many consider his brief
stint with Mercedes-Benz in 1954-55 the high
point of his career.
In Fangio & Mercedes-Benz: Alliance of the
Best, Hartmut Lehbrink offers a fresh perspective
on the life of a legend and his unique partnership with the great German marque. Originally
published in Germany to commemorate Fangio’s
centennial in 2011, this beautifully produced
book includes recollections of Fangio from his
friends, family, and such fellow drivers as Tony
Brooks, Hans Herrmann, Stirling Moss, and Jackie
Stewart. The revealing and informative text is presented in German and English, and is illustrated
with a wealth of previously unpublished photographs from the Daimler archives.
The book also includes chapters on Fangio’s
early years in Argentina, his first forays into Formula
One, and his post-Mercedes career and retirement.
There’s also an extended interview conducted with
Fangio in 1982, and an intriguing analysis of his
record compared to those of later F1 champions.
This book captures well the spirit of the man and should make a
welcome addition to any enthusiast’s library. —Vintage Racecar
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2013 Ferrari Myth
Ferrari Official Licensed Product
Photographed by Günther Raupp
19” x 27” 12-month wall calendar printed on highquality art-gloss paper, 13 color photographs
ISBN-13: 978-3-938316-18-4
or almost 30 years, photographer Günther
Raupp has produced the only calendars
officially sanctioned by Ferrari. That’s because
Raupp’s unerring eye, striking design, and topflight production quality equal those of the world’s
most iconic car maker. Collected by true Ferrari
fans all over the world, Raupp’s limited edition
Ferrari Myth is much more than a calendar—it is
a unique work of automotive art.
The 29th edition of Ferrari Myth features a dazzling mix of old and new Ferraris, from classics like
the first 250 GTO ever built to the brand-new 2012
F12 Berlinetta. The photography is state-of-the-art,
with each car shown to dazzling effect against
exotic settings in Italy, Florida, and South Africa.
The calendar’s extra-large format—more than two
feet tall and 1.6 feet wide—means that each car
is displayed on a scale that really does it justice.
Ferrari Myth is printed on heavy art-gloss stock,
and is presented in a handsome Ferrari-red gift box.
With only 5,000 numbered copies issued each
year, it’s no surprise that Ferrari Myth has become
a prized collector’s item. And this year’s calendar
has also been enhanced with Quick Response
codes that owners can scan with a smart phone to
access additional behind the scenes images and
information about each month’s car.
Raupp’s selection of photos, most artfully backlit, is stunning.
—Road & Track
2013 Scuderia
Ferrari Calendar
Ferrari Official Licensed Product
Photographed by Jean-Francois Galeron,
Darren Heath, Dieter Mathis, Peter Nygaard,
Rainer W. Schlegelmilch, Jad Sherif, Sutton
23” x 16” 12-month wall calendar printed on
heavy art gloss paper, 13 color photographs
ISBN-13: 978-3-938316-19-1
ompetitors come and go, but Scuderia Ferrari still sets the standard
for greatness in Formula One. From the very first F1 race in 1951
through the present day, Ferrari is the only team to have always competed
in the world championship. And with former champion Fernando Alonso
leading the current team, Ferrari is looking ahead to another strong season in 2013.
The 2013 Official Scuderia Ferrari Calendar gives fans a close-up view
of the team through stunning images taken by the world´s best Formula
1 photographers. Each one delivers an insider’s view of F1’s most enduring team in action, capturing Alonso and Felipe Massa in practice, on the
track, and savoring victory on the podium. Highlights include images of
Alonso leading the pack at the German Grand Prix, Massa during a wet
test session at Catalunya, Spain, and a revealing shot of the controls on
the steering wheel of the F2012 Formula One car.
Beautifully printed on heavy art-gloss stock, the Official Scuderia
Ferrari Calendar is a fitting tribute to the team and a must-have for serious fans. And this year’s edition has been enhanced with technology that
allows owners to register their calendars and receive additional content
online. Each page features a small Quick Response code that can be
used to view additional online images and the latest information about the
Ferrari team, from off-track news to race schedules and results.
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The Cars, The History, The People
János Wimpffen
Foreword by Sir Stirling Moss
Hardcover, 9” x 11”, 516 pages
365 black-and-white and 150 color photographs
ISBN-13: 978-1-935007-13-5
Formula One at
Watkins Glen
20 Years of the United States Grand
Prix, 1961-1980
Michael Argetsinger
Foreword by Mario Andretti
Hardcover, 9” x 11”, 160 pages, 91 blackand-white and 150 color photographs
ISBN-13: 978-1-935007-14-2
Porsche Sounds
Dieter Landenberger
Hardcover, 11 ¼ by 11 ¼, 220 pages
300 black-and-white and color photographs;
ISBN-13: 978-3-940004-83-3
Price: $59.95
n the 1950s and 1960s English
constructor Elva built cars that were
deceptively simple and surprisingly
competitive. In Elva: The Cars, The
People, The History, János Wimpffen
provides the first complete account
of Elva’s evolution from a homegrown
builder of Specials to a major player
on the sports-car scene. Elva also tells
the story of the people who created
the cars—starting with founder Frank
Nichols—as well as those who drove
them. In Britain, Elva drivers included
established names like Archie Scott
Brown and Stuart Lewis-Evans, while in
the U.S. Mark Donohue scored some
of his earliest wins in Elva Courier and
Formula Jr. cars. And Elva also helped
Bruce McLaren launch a racing dynasty
by building the first McLaren-Elvas.
This 500-page epic leaves no stone
unturned nor archive unexplored.
—Vintage Racecar
An extremely well-crafted tale of the
racing scene—both in the U.K. and
here in the U.S.—from the 1950s
right up to today’s vintage activities.
—Road & Track
or two decades, the small town of
Watkins Glen, New York stood as
one of the premier venues for Formula
One racing. Michael Argetsinger, whose
father Cameron first brought racing to
the Glen, recalls that era in Formula
One at Watkins Glen: 20 Years of the
United States Grand Prix, 1961-1980.
His year-by-year account star ts
with the Formula Libre races of
the late 1950s that set the stage
for the first grand prix in 1961. In
the coming years such legendar y
champions as Jim Clark, Graham
Hill, Jackie Stewar t, and Niki Lauda
would all log multiple victories at the
circuit, which was loved for its unique
setting, top-flight organization, and
lucrative prize money. Argetsinger
also explains how the circuit changed
over the years and the factors that
ultimately led to its demise.
The book has coffee-table dimensions,
and fills them with photographs which
are transporting.
—The New York Times
Argetsinger recounts each year in
graphic detail and with engaging
character. —Classic & Sports Car
here’s no better introduction to
Porsche histor y than Porsche
Sounds. Along with hundreds of rare
photographs of classic Porsches in
action, the book comes with three
CDs of sounds and music. The first
includes recordings of the engines
of 30 historic cars, from the No. 1
356 Roadster through the 2009
Panamera Turbo, with each recording
linked to images and descriptions in
the text. The other two CDs set the
mood through music: one features
11 tracks of high-powered rock,
while the other offers more soothing
classical compositions.
Dieter Landenberger, head of
Porsche’s archives and director of
the Porsche Museum, highlights the
company’s histor y and motorspor ts
successes. Presented in German
and English, the text includes
chapters on major models such as
the 356 and 911, as well as other
cars introduced from the 1970s
through the present day.
Beautiful graphics, high-quality paper,
and a linen cover make this a joy to
pick up and peruse. Well done!
—Vintage Motorsport
Looking Ahead—New Books For The New Year
e’re working on several new titles for 2013. Two involve Tyler Alexander, who joined Bruce McLaren as a mechanic
in 1963, and soon became an essential element in the team’s early success. After leaving McLaren in the early
1980s, Tyler returned to work for new owner Ron Dennis in 1990, remaining with the team until 2009. Our first book
with Tyler collects the remarkable photographs he’s taken during his long career in racing. We also plan to publish Tyler’s
autobiography, which will tell the full story of his life and career at McLaren as well as with other teams.
We’re also working on a photographic history of the Trans-Am by Daniel Lipetz. The book covers the original series
between 1966 and 1973, when the top American manufacturers and drivers battled for supremacy in such classic cars
as the Ford Mustang, Chevy Camaro, and AMC Javelin. Between the hundreds of original photos and technically informed
text, the book reveals a classic series in a new light. Finally, for motorcycle fans we’ll be offering a new volume on riding
techniques written by Andrew Trevitt and three-time Superbike World Champion Troy Bayliss.
You can always find more information online at, where you can also join our e-mail list for
regular updates on books, events, and special online promotions. And make sure to check our Facebook page for news,
questions, feedback or suggestions.
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