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Sports Car Racing In Camera 1980 89

Author: Paul Parker
Publisher:
ISBN: 9780992876975
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The acclaimed In Camera series returns to tackle sportscar racing in the 1980s, which provided a cornucopia of power and speed courtesy of Porsche, TWR Jaguar, Sauber Mercedes, Aston Martin, Lancia et al, famous names such as Jacky Ickx, Jochen Mass, Hans-Joachim Stuck, Derek Bell, Bob Wollek, Henri Pescarolo and Martin Brundle, while Sebring, Monza, Silverstone, the Nürburgring, Le Mans, Spa and many others provided a backdrop of extreme velocity and derring-do that is no longer possible alas. Sports Car Racing in Camera, 1980-89 will appeal to all motor-racing enthusiasts and especially to collectors of this hugely popular series.

Sports Car Racing In Camera 1960 69

Author: Paul Parker
Publisher: Haynes Publishing
ISBN: 9781844254002
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Following the success of Hayness Formula 1 in Camera titles, the spotlight is turned towards sports car racing in the sixties. Meticulously researched photographs are brought to life through the authors well-observed and atmospheric commentary to create a visually stunning and highly nostalgic record of this dramatic decade. Sports Car Racing in Camera, 1960--69 will appeal not only to motor racing enthusiasts but also to anyone interested in the racing history of sports car manufacturers.

Sports Car Racing In Camera 1960 69

Author: Paul Parker
Publisher: Behemoth Publishing Limited
ISBN: 9780992876944
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The acclaimed In Camera series returns to take a further look at sports-car racing in the 1960s. This beautifully illustrated second volume reveals the reality and hazards of period racing but also its magnificence. Here are the machines, their intrepid drivers and the many and varied circuits, some of them still public roads, all brought to life through meticulously researched photographs and the author's renowned commentary. Sports Car Racing in Camera, 1960-69, Volume Two will appeal to all motorracing enthusiasts and especially to collectors of this impressive series.

Formula 1 In Camera 1970 79

Author: Paul Parker
Publisher: Haynes Publishing UK
ISBN: 9780857330741
Size: 15.37 MB
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Paul Parker’s In Camera titles about motor racing have been so acclaimed by pundits and book buyers that he is returning to where he started – Formula 1 in Camera 1970–79 – by compiling ‘Volume 2’, containing a completely fresh selection of 250 images. Meticulously researched, rare color photographs are brought to life through the author’s well-observed and atmospheric commentary to create a visually stunning and highly nostalgic record of the decade.

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!

Targa Florio

Author: Pino Fondi
Publisher: Nada
ISBN: 9788879112703
Size: 63.67 MB
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Many years ago in Sicily, the legend of the “Coppa Florio” and “Targa Florio” road races became one of the most emotive and prestigious expressions in world motor racing, second only to the mythical Mille Miglia. “Coppa Florio” began in 1905 while “Targa Florio” in 1906, at the dawn of motoring civilisation and evolved over the years, hand-in-hand with the ever growing popularity of the car itself. The narrow and tortuous roads of the Sicilian mountains were testimony to the feats of Fiat, Bugatti, Alfa Romeo, Maserati, Lancia, Ferrari and Porsche: manufacturers who alternated year after year at the top of the final classification of one of the toughest races in history, a race rich in allure and an ever present peril. On the occasion of the Targa Florio Centenary the book retraces this charming epics thanks to a vivid text and hundred of pictures, many of them unpublished. The work is complemented by a rich appendix (150 pages) reporting the complete results of all the Coppa and Targa Florio editions.

Ultimate E Type

Author: Quarto Distribution Services
Publisher: Porter Press
ISBN: 9781907085079
Size: 16.60 MB
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This ultra stylish book is an in-depth study of a number of the most famous racing Jaguar E-types, including the 12 lightweights, the Low Drag Coupe, E2A and the early racers. These are the most valuable, the rarest, the most sexy and the most charismatic E-types of all. Author Philip Porter, is no stranger to the subject, having written about 25 motoring books, of which around 15 are on Jaguars.

Porsche Racing Cars

Author: Brian Long
Publisher: Veloce Publishing Ltd
ISBN: 1904788440
Size: 71.99 MB
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Follows Porsche's year-by-year progress in top flight racing, and looks in detail at the pure competition cars which brought the German marque such immense success and worldwide acclaim on the tracks. This particular volume starts with the story of the giant-killing 550 Spyders of 1953 vintage, and takes the reader, car-by-car, through all of the subsequent racing models.

Pit Paddock

Author: Peter Darley
Publisher: Coterie Press Limited
ISBN: 9781902351605
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A look behind the scenes in the pits and paddocks at UK and European circuits in the 60s and 70s.