Fine in Fine jacket. Sml 4to. 248pp, index, num bw ills, decorated endpapers. Or brown cloth in jacket. As new. For quarter of a century Louis Stanley was the most controversial figure on the race tracks of the world, invariably at the centre of every crisis. In this volume he compares the current Formula 1 set-up-its political intrigues, over commercialism and financial excesses-with the years when the participants found real pleasure in Grand Prix driving. Recreates the atmosphere of all the great race tracks and allows us to observe at close quarters the great characters of Grand Prix driving-Enzo Ferrari, Colin Chapman, Louis Chiron, Raymend Mays, Innes Ireland, Jim Clark, Jochen Rindt, Jo Bonnier, Piers Courage, Jackie Stewart, Graham Hill, Niki Lauda and many more.
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