Grand Prix Racing: The Enthusiast's Companion - Anthony PritchardAston, 1991, Hardback in Dustwrapper..
Condition: Very Good - in Good DJ. Edges of DJ somewhat ruffled, closed tears at the upper tips of both panels.
From the cover: “A panorama of Grand Prix motor racing from the pioneering road races in France in the 1890s, through the Edwardian years, the bleak twenties, German domination in the 1930s to the early post-war years of Italian supremacy and the gradual rise of the British Racing Green. Later chapters deal with the years of ascendancy of the British Cosworth-Ford engine, the turbocharged era of the 1980s and today’s domination by McLaren. Each section sets out the history in a highly readable manner but is supplemented by a wide selection of extracts and articles of classic journalism. The book is illustrated throughout by exceptional black and white and colour photographs.”
Size: 10" x 8"
Number of Pages: 255
Introduction: Stirling Moss