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Klemantaski

Author: Paul Parker
Publisher: Motorbooks International
ISBN: 0760346445
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Klemantaski: Master Motorsports Photographer is the only book in print devoted to Louis Klemantaski's full body of work and includes hundreds of images, many of which have never been previously published, no racing or photography fan will want to miss this book!

Driven

Author: Jesse Alexander
Publisher: Chronicle Books
ISBN: 9780811828512
Size: 40.29 MB
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Driven collects the best of internationally acclaimed racecar photographer Jesse Alexander's work taken between 1954-1962, the height of the golden age of the European Grand Prix. During the pinnacle of continental glamour, Alexander took his camera throughout Europe, following this intimate group of fearless racecar drivers from Grand Prix to Mille Miglia, and capturing their heroic wins and narrow defeats. In one photograph Jackie Stewart accepts the Grand Prix trophy cup from Prince Rainier and Princess Grace. Alexander's images hum with an energy and seduction second only to the sleek bodies and powerful engines of these now vintage Maseratis, Mercedes, Ferraris, and Porsches. His captions describe the renegade adventures, dangerous courses, and technological breakthroughs of the time. With an essay by world-class British racer Stirling Moss, Driven takes a nostalgic look back at the elegance and innocence of motorsport's most memorable years.

Formula 1 In Camera 1950 59

Author: Paul Parker
Publisher: Haynes Publishing UK
ISBN: 9781844255535
Size: 45.87 MB
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Building on the success of Haynes’s three previous Formula 1 titles in this series, which cover the 1960s, 1970s and 1980s, this book takes a nostalgic look at the 1950s. Offering informative text, race statistics and glorious photography, much of it in color, it brings alive the heroic era of Juan Manuel Fangio, Stirling Moss, Alberto Ascari, Froilan Gonzalez, Peter Collins and Mike Hawthorn driving Maseratis, Alfa Romeos, Mercedes, and Ferraris. For many fans, this was the era when Formula 1 was at its peak – thrilling and dangerous, but still a sport.

Carrera Panamericana

Author: Daryl Murphy
Publisher: iUniverse
ISBN: 0595483240
Size: 14.64 MB
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Carrera Panamericana: the Mexican Road Race. In its day it was the longest, fastest and likely wildest international automobile race ever staged. A World Championship event along with Le Mans, the Mille Miglia, Nüburgring and the Tourist Trophy, most drivers considered it the best-and the worst-of them all.From 1950 to 1954, it was witnessed by ten million spectators along a nearly 2,000-mile course that featured deserts where the faster cars could reach 180 mph and 10,000-foot mountain passes requiring first-gear operation. Carrera Panamericana influenced engineering and marketing from Michigan to Modena. Ferrari designed and named a model specifically for the race. Lincoln emerged as a high-performance sedan and Porsche's Carrera was named in honor of its wins.The Pan-Am was so unconventional and fascinating that it came to hold the world's attention for a full week each year. It was one of the last of the great open road events and the first in which European and American cars could be compared and marked the return of US factory support to racing in America.

Inside The Archives

Author: Jesse Alexander
Publisher: David Bull Publishing
ISBN: 9781935007104
Size: 45.45 MB
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In his 50-year career, many of Jesse Alexander's photographs of cars, drivers, and action at the race track have become classics. This title brings scores of rare images from Alexander's catalog to light for the first time, offering a fresh look at classic events.

Can Am 50th Anniversary

Author: George Levy
Publisher: Motorbooks International
ISBN: 0760350213
Size: 65.54 MB
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Forget the rule book and relive one of the most exciting race series ever with Can-Am 50th Anniversary! The first rule of Can-Am: There are no rules. Or at least damn few rules. The bodywork had to enclose the wheels and there had to be something that loosely resembled a passenger seat--if your passenger was a misshapen human or a lab monkey. Otherwise, set your racing mind free. No limits to engine options or output, no restrictions on aerodynamic aids or body shape. It was as close to unrestricted as racing had ever gotten or would ever get again. And it was fantastic. From its introduction in 1966 to its end in 1974, North America's Can-Am series was the most technologically advanced and star-studded racing series of the day. Its essentially rules-free formula attracted everyone from crazed backyard engineers to specialists such as McLaren, Chaparral, and Lola to manufacturers like Ford, Ferrari, and Porsche. Top drivers including Mario Andretti, Bruce McLaren, Jackie Ickx, Dan Gurney, Phil Hill, Mark Donohue, Peter Revson, and John Surtees competed on tracks across the US and Canada, taking time off from Formula One schedules to drive in Can-Am. Can-Am 50th Anniversary offers a heavily illustrated look back at what is arguably the greatest race series ever. Photographer Pete Biro followed the series throughout its glory era from 1966-74, his images appearing in Road & Track, Car and Driver and Sports Illustrated. Many of the book's images are unpublished or long out of circulation. Biro brings his unique perspective and his close relationship with the drivers, team owners, and constructors to bear on the captions while former Autoweek motorsports editor George Levy provides text reflecting the thrill of Can-Am racing. Relive one of the most exciting race series ever with Can-Am 50th Anniversary.

Free Heel Skiing

Author: Paul Parker
Publisher: The Mountaineers Books
ISBN: 9780898867756
Size: 64.99 MB
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* Paul Parker is the master of free-heel skiing * Features a color insert, new illustrations, information on the latest gear, and new anecdotes for each chapter * Over 22,000 copies of previous editions sold Incorporating the best and most recent techniques from both alpine and Nordic skiing, Free-heel Skiing presents skiers with the latest methods for tackling the full range of terrain and snow. Everything from beginning turns to advanced telemark techniques is covered, along withtips for choosing and caring for equipment and suggestions for conditioning and strength training.A certified ski instructor in both Nordic and alpine disciplines, Paul Parker researches and designs ski products for Patagonia and Chouinard Equipment, Inc. Paul lives in Breckenridge, Colorado.Part of the Mountaineers Outdoor Expert series.You may also like these

Motor Racing

Author: Steve Wyatt
Publisher: Veloce Publishing Ltd
ISBN: 1845842855
Size: 27.43 MB
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Picking up where the first volume left off, this is a beautifully illustrated journey covering a period of ten years in motor sport. Moving year by year, this book is written from the perspective of a passionate motor sport enthusiast of the day. Features many previously unpublished photographs.