...it contains a narrative that is rich in entertaining anecdotes and quotes. Mercifully for one who finds concept cars a distracting and pointless bore unless they actually have a truly significant impact on a forthcoming "real-life" model, this book sticks very much to the mighty cars that made it into production." - Racer.com / Sports Car Club of America"
When it comes to interpreting the subject matter, author Winston Goodfellow is one of the best. And this is far from the usual pretty pictures-and-repeated statistics exercise that these huge paeans so often become. What sets this apart is the author's deep knowledge of ultra-performance Ferraris, and his obvious passion for these terrific cars." - Hemmings Motor News"
This is truly luscious, from the cover to the typography and design. You hope for top quality in a book about the most special Ferraris, and it is delivered. Goodfellow has written a smart, readable and informative book about the most exciting road cars from Ferrari. Your time with this book will be time well spent - almost as fun as riding in one." - Sports Car Market"
There's another fantastic find for Ferrari-loving fathers, though, in a recent coffee-table book called "Ferrari's Hypercars," by the award-winning auto journalist/photographer Winston Goodfellow. Priced at $75, the book is packed with full-color photos of the most powerful Ferraris ever built, along with inside details about their development from the likes of Piero Ferrari, Sergio Pininfarina, and others." - Autobytel.com"
Goodfellow engages with photographs, conceptual drawings, archival material, and backroom twists - thanks to reminisces from people who were there. Well written and put together, Ferrari Hypercars would make a nice addition to any Ferrari's aficionado's library." - Petrolicious.com