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  • BRM A MECHANICS TALE
    DICK SALMON
    A non technical account of the BRM story. The story as seen by a BRM mechanic. Many previously unpublished photographs.Authors opinion of reason for BRM decline. How privileged we were to be BRM team members. The pleasure of Continental travel in the 1950’s. Despite the early failures, we were always optimistic. The comradeship within the team. The privilege of working with gre...
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    74,00 €

  • 1 1/2 LITRE GRAND PRIX RACING 1961-1965
    MARK WHITELOCK
    Features• Covers a period largely overlooked in GP history. • First comprehensive history of the period within a single cover. • Highlights significant technical developments originated by British manufacturers. • Chronicles achievements of the 5 major race car constructors. • Records contribution of 16 lesser known makes outside established constructors. • Provides background ...
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    74,00 €

  • FORMULA 1 CAR BY CAR 1960-1969
    PETER HIGHAM
    Este fantástico libro analiza todos los monoplazas de la década de los 60, año por año y carrera por carrera. El libro contiene 300 páginas y más de 600 ilustraciones dónde encontraremos desde BRM, Ferrari, Lotus y muchos más. (Idioma: inglés) ...
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    70,00 €

  • FORMULA 1 CAR BY CAR 1980-1989
    PETER HIGHAM
    This book is the third in Evro’s multi-volume, decade-by-decade series covering the entire history of Formula 1 through its teams and cars. This instalment examines the 1980s, when the sport moved into its spectacular turbo era, first with Renault, Ferrari and BMW-powered Brabham, then with sustained periods of success for McLaren with Porsche-made TAG engines and Williams with...
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    72,00 €

  • FORMULA 1 CAR BY CAR 1950–1959
    PETER HIGHAM
    The formative years of the 1950s are explored in this next instalment of Evro’s decade-by-decade series covering all Formula 1 cars and teams. When the World Championship was first held in 1950, red Italian cars predominated, from Alfa Romeo, Ferrari and Maserati, and continued to do so for much of the period. But by the time the decade closed, green British cars were in their ...
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    72,00 €

  • FORMULA 1 CAR BY CAR 1990-1999
    PETER HIGHAM
    This instalment in Evro’s decade-by-decade series covering all Formula 1 cars and teams is devoted to a period when some normality seemed to return after the ground-effect and turbo excesses of the 1980s, except for one terrible weekend in the spring of 1994. The tragic deaths of Roland Ratzenberger and Ayrton Senna led to immense change with new emphasis on safety, including m...
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    61,00 €

  • BRABHAM RALT HONDA THE RON TAURAMAC STORY
    MIKE LAWRENCE
    Subtitled: The Ron Tauranac Story. British-born, but brought up in Australia, Ron Tauranac always preferred to let his cars sing his praises where it really mattered - on the race tracks of the world. Many of Tauranacs former colleagues and customers speak candidly about the man they have known and worked with, someone who has never courted popularity, but whose talents have be...
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    24,50 €

  • BRM THE SAGA OF BRITISH RACING CARS VOL Nº1 FRONT ENGINED CARS 1945-60
    DOUG NYE
    An award-winning book having been described as the most detailed and authoritative history of a grand prix team ever published, this first volume of a planned four-volume set covers BRM’s tortured birth, the complexities of the troublesome V16 cars and their replacement with the 4-cylinder 2.5-litre cars of the 1950s. The team’s creator Raymond Mays, its great benefactor Alfred...
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    129,50 €

  • AUTO UNION LA SIGNORA DEGLI ANELLI LA EPOPEA DELLE AUTO UNION GRAND PRIX
    PETER VANN
    Un ritratto che è un tributo all’intramontabile bellezza delle Auto Union, da Grand Prix e da record. Un profilo storico, dettagli completi per il restauro e il racconto serrato della ricerca dei veicoli originali e dei loro componenti completano la testimonianza fotografica sulle Frecce d’Argento Auto Union, un’eredità culturale di importanza internazionale. ...
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    55,50 €

  • TURBINE GRAND PRIX
    GERARD CROMBAC
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    55,50 €

  • A-Z OF FORMULA RACING CARS 1945-90
    DAVID HODGES
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    25,00 €

  • GENERATION V10 F.1 DES ANNES RENAULT
    JOHNNY RIVES
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    61,50 €

  • RIVALS LANCIA D50 MERCEDES BENZ W196 (OFERTA, ANTES 75€)
    CHRIS NIXON
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    50,00 €

  • GRAND PRIX FERRARI
    ANTHONY PRITCHARD
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    37,00 €

  • TALES FROM THE TOOLBOX. A COLLECTION OF BEHIND THE SCENES TALES FROM GRAND PRIX MECHANICS
    MICHAEL OLIVER
    Features• Unique insight to the realities of life as a Grand Prix mechanic • Covers the past 50 years • Stories told in mechanics' own words • Recollections of the good, and bad times • The camaraderie • Candid views on the drivers and team bosses • Features rare photographs from the mechanics’ own collections • Three different indexes allow quick access DescriptionA unique col...
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    16,00 €

  • PORSCHE 718 + 804 AND ADVENTURE INTO FORMULA ONE DURING THE 1.5 ERA
    THOMAS FÖDISCH / JOST NEßHÖVER / MICHAEL BEHRNDT / RAINER ROßBACH
    The 1961 season was the first year of the new 1.5 litre regulations in Formula 1. Out of all the German car manufacturers, only one company, Porsche, had both the determination and the possibilitiy to enter this new class. In the beginning, a Porsche Spyder was converted to a monoposto, called a Type 718, and that was relatively successful. But soon Porsche was aiming for more ...
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    62,00 €

  • FRENCH RACING BLUE: DRIVERS, CARS AND TRIUMPHS OF FRENCH MOTOR RACING
    DAVID VENABLES
    Not only the birthplace of motor racing, France also nurtured the sport in its early years. Blue became the French racing colour when the marques Mors and Panhard contested the early town-to-town races. France created Grand Prix racing in 1906 when a triumphant Renault prevailed. In the years leading to World War 1, Peugeot dominated Grand Prix racing and joined Delage as a sen...
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    30,50 €

  • RAYMOND MAYS' MAGNIFICENT OBSESSION
    BRYAN APPS
    Features• Foreword by Raymond Mays• Additional forewords by Sir Alfred Owen and Sir David Brown• A biography of Raymond Mays, including quotations from his books• Includes letters from Raymond Mays • Covers the entire history of ERA and BRM, with race summaries• With colour images from an era usually seen in black and white• Features the author’s personal recollections and pain...
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    62,00 €

  • GRAND PRIX FORD, FORD COSWORTH AND THE DFV
    ANTHONY PRITCHARD
    Features• The only available book on the subject • A detailed, superbly illustrated account of Ford DFV-powered F1 cars• DFV-powered cars won 13 of 16 World Championships between ’68 and ’83• Every Ford DFV-engined GP car illustrated and described• The whole gamut of cars covered, from Amon to Wolf• DFV-engined cars dominated F1 from ’67 to ’83• An insight to a fascinating peri...
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    105,00 €

  • FORMULA 1 CAR BY CAR 1970-1979
    PETER HIGHAM
    This book is the second in a multi-volume, decade-by-decade series covering the entire history of Formula 1 through its teams and cars. This instalment covers the 1970s, when the sport gained big new sponsors and grew into a television spectacle, with battles between Ferrari and Cosworth-powered opposition a continuing theme. As well as the big championship-winning teams – Lotu...
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    72,00 €

  • FERRARI FORMULA 1 RACING TEAM
    DAVID TREMAYNE
    When Michael Schumacher crossed the finish line to win the 2000 Japanese Grand Prix, giving Ferrari their first Drivers' title for 21 years, motor racing fans around the world rejoiced. Here is the inside story of this famous racing team. After honing their competitive edge during season-long battles for the title in 1997, 1998, 1999 and 2000, Ferrari finally succeeded in beati...
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    28,00 €