Covering the full history of the seven GTO/64s that raced between 1964 and 1966, charting their evolution through the earlier 250GT SWB and 250GTO models, covering their full racing history and continuing with a detailed overview of their lives in the years since, right up to the present day, GTO/64 – The Story of Ferrari’s 250GTO/64 stands as an unrivalled record of these magnificent machines
Brought to you by the same team that created and published the highly acclaimed Inside Track books, GTO/64 is produced to the same exacting standards. Measuring 27 x 28cms, the book has 452 pages and includes over 540 images, and every copy will be dispatched from the UK in bespoke packaging to ensure its safe delivery.

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The book is available in two editions – please scroll down to find out more:

The Standard Edition


The Standard Edition book with it matching, cloth-covered slipcase.

Published in an edition of 1000 copies, the Standard edition books are hardbound with a Ferrari red cloth-covered case into which – on the front cover and the spine – are set printed roundels finished with the ‘racing’ number 64. The books are numbered and are presented in a sturdy, matching cloth-covered slipcase.
Offered at the fixed price of £280 with free delivery worldwide, order your copy now via email to or on Instagram at cotswoldroadandrace., 


A close-up of a typical spread from the book, here covering Annie Soisbault/Nicole Roure during the 1964 Tour de France Automobile.


The book also includes this fold-out spread of the never-before-seen original setting-out drawing for the GTO/64s bodywork, prepared in-house by Ferrari’s Edmondo ‘Millimetro’ Casoli.

The ‘Uber’ Edition

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The Uber Edition and slipcase, leather-bound in the finest black goatskin with ceramic roundels inset into the front cover and spine of the book.

Published in a special edition of just 100 copies, the Uber edition books are hardbound in the finest black goatskin, into the front cover and spine of which are inset ceramic roundels bearing the ‘racing’ number 64. The books are numbered and signed by the author and again are presented in a matching leather-bound slipcase.
Bound in the UK by Ludlow Bookbinders, the book is available for immediate dispatch at the fixed price of £650.00. Order your copy now via email to or on Instagram at cotswoldroadandrace.


A typical spread from the Uber Edition, here showing chassis ‘5575GT’ as raced by Jean Guichet and Carlo Mario Abate at the Sebring 12-Hours in 1964 …


… and here a close-up of Clemente Ravetto in his GTO/64 (chassis 4091GT) during the 1965 Coppa Città di Enna.


© Watermark Publications (UK) Limited

© Watermark Publications (UK) Limited