LOTUS THE COMPETITION CARS ALL THE RACING TYPE NUMBERS FROM 1947 TO THE MODERN

LOTUS THE COMPETITION CARS ALL THE RACING TYPE NUMBERS FROM 1947 TO THE MODERN

ANTHONY PRITCHARD

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Código:
1135
Idioma:
INGLES
Editorial:
HAYNES PUBLISHING
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Marcas en varios idiomas
ISBN:
978-1-84425-006-6
Páginas:
264
Encuadernación:
PORTADA DURA CON CARATULA
Medidas:
286 mm x 235 mm
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Mark I - Trials Car, 1948
Mark II - Trials Car, 1949-50
Mark III - 750 Formula Car and IIIB, 1951-52

This is a comprehensive survey of Lotus's racing history, covering the extraordinary range of sports-racing and single-seater cars designed by Colin Chapman and his disciples. Grand Prix machinery predominates, with landmark machines such as the 25 (the first monocoque), 49 (the start of the Cosworth-DFV period), 72 (wedge-shaped with side radiators) and 79 (the all-conquering ground-effect design). Into the narrative are woven the memories of Lotus Formula 1 drivers, and an insider's view of the innovations for which Chapman was personally responsible and those credited to him but derived from others

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