A further book is dedicated to Arese works. As a general rule we do not censor any content on the site. Vintage Motorsport Books - Page 1 The vintage books displayed below are for the most part used and no longer in print. In order to commemorate the monumental occasion, the Italian automaker collected an elite group of people to cover Lamborghinis remarkable history. Outstanding paintings by one of the world's leading automotive artists span the years of the World Championships -- from Farina and Alfa Romeo through Ascari and Ferrari, Fangio and Mercedes, Moss and Vanwall, Brabham and Cooper, Clark and Lotus to the giants of recent years -- Stewart and Tyrrell, Peterson and Lotus, Lauda and Ferrari, Hunt and McLaren, Andretti and Lotus, Jones and Williams, Villeneuve and Ferrari, etc.
Are you a racing enthusiast and wish that your son or daughter shared your enthusiasm? I have been publishing photos of rusty car wrecks for years now. In 1980 he returned to Europe to celebrate the 50th anniversary of his victory in the Grand Prix of Monaco. There are 960 pages and 386 images almost all unpublished that highlight, as never before, the heart of the Mille Miglia. Find everything you need to know from our valuable how-to guides. His 1963 Mysterion show car—featuring two big-block Ford V8s—was his masterpiece and the story of its rise and brief existence is legendary. Nobody is left out as Linda tells stories about the photos chronicling her career in Motorsports.
Drawing on interviews, magazine articles, photos, models and other sometimes obscure sources, the author pieces together the true story of the car, while documenting his own faithful bolt-by-bolt recreation of Mysterion. The book goes deeply into their talent, their work, their lives, their cars, their loved ones and relies on newly discovered archive material as well as private documents that have never previously been published. The photographs in this 16-month calendar portray not just these vehicles' engineering brilliance, but also their inherent beauty - the fascinating result of Formula 1's mix of competition, creativity, and human ingenuity that has made these vehicles into works of art. Mon Ami Mate by Chris Nixon Alf Francis Racing Mechanic 1948-58 as told to Peter Lewis A Racing Motorist by S. We carry a variety of books on physics, aerodynamics and geometry as well as race car engineer set up books to help you understand every aspect of what is happening on the track.
A succession of cutting-edge concept machines during the 1960s and the 1970s further cemented the belief that Bertone was not only the most audacious, but also arguably the most progressive and innovative of all the Italian design studios After the studio closed, several of the important concept cars, as well as the emblematic production models were either retained or later collected by the coachbuilder in a private museum housed at the Stile Bertone near Turin, and this book describes these extraordinary cars. Spark, Editor, 1987: First edition. This book in three languages French — English — German contains photographs, which we are delighted to be able to reproduce here, from every Porsche team that immortalised itself in the race classifications of the Monte Carlo Rally between the years 1952 and 1982. His body of work is still discussed in hot rodding, fine arts and pop culture circles and his cult following remains as devoted as it was during his career. Readers can pull out and examine realistic replicas of his baptism certificate, handwritten letters and race agendas, a keepsake formal photo, autographed team stickers, and more than 20 other special items. He got out of his car and started walking slowly back to the pits.
Story of the teams and drivers who restored the prestige of French automobile racing - - Jackie Stewart and Matra. Find the best auto racing books at The Motor Bookstore where we carry books on how to race cars, how to set up your car for racing, the history of racing, driver biographies and the science behind it all. Racing was on the upswing. Thoroughly illustrated with excellent action photography. To a world that, as I pressed the shutter button of my camera, looked exactly the same as the photos. Visit his website at The 1903 Irish Gordon Bennett by Bob Montgomery The Gordon Bennett Races by Lord Montagu The Art and Science of Grand Prix Driving by Niki Lauda Ayrton Senna's Principles of Race Driving by Ayrton Senna Competition Driving by Alain Prost Speed was my Life by Alfred Neubauer A completely revised version of one of the best-selling motorcycle riding skills books of all time.
It's this timeless appeal of the W196R that gives this book its vitality, charm and enduring attraction. He drove like only Nuvolari could, and was challenging Stuck fantastically, but he was also wearing down the Alfa's brakes, had to pit to have them adjusted, and finished second. After only two years of competing, John Paul Jr. As a general rule we do not censor any content on the site. Specal 3D-illustrations were created exclusively for this book. Over 600 color and black and white photographs, plus the individual history of all ninety-nine T70s originally produced by the factory. Deep Throttle Top Ten Sports Car Racing Books Top Ten Sports Car Racing Books To ease your Holiday shopping needs, here are our top ten selections for sports car racing related books.
In 1968 the Automoblie-Club de Monaco changed the regulations and ditched all manner of handicap and coefficient, allowing the fastest team to win. Every car is beautifully photographed against a plain black background, putting the focus on the glorious machines instead of on distractions. It his observations of this period that makes this book special. A special feature is the list of all 991 units built with their respective color, wheels, interior and country specific equipment. To keep up with a changing fan base, other events were offered in addition to weekly stock car shows, such as school bus races and thrill shows; however, the core focus remained on the grassroots racers who supported the track week in and week out. Beautiful, contemporary, photos and rare historical images accompany in-depth analyses of milestone cars and events. Lee Parks, one of the most accomplished riders, racers, authors and instructors in the world, helps riders master the awe-inspiring performance potential of modern motorcycles.
A well illustrated discussion of every Formula One race car ever built -- hundreds! His 2002 book, Drive On! As a French patriot driving against the German cars we learn how it felt for himself and his friend Louis Chiron. Hardbound, 10 x 9 inches, 352 pages. It tells how they formed a resistance group and gathered intelligence ̶ how they were betrayed by double agents, and how they were executed in 1942. One side has photograph of Vauxhall Formula 3 race car, with three additional inset photos. If a particular link is not working please search using this link: Two Summers offers a fresh, revealing and highly personal window into the culture of Grand Prix racing as it was during the 1954 and 1955 championships. The best photographic coverage that you will find on the early years of racing.