The Pursuit of Victory 1963–1972
In the 1960s, motor racing fans could gain entry to the paddock at any event, and the relatively primitive facilities and relaxed attitude of the teams made it possible to get close to both the cars and their drivers. This photographic memoir of a golden age of the sport comprises over 400 previously unpublished images from a private archive, recording the cars, drivers, teams and action at Formula 1, 2 and 3, sports car, GT and saloon races.
Return to Glory!
The Mercedes-Benz 300 SL Racing Car
Returning to sports-car racing in the early 1950s, Mercedes produced a car that was notably less powerful than its rivals, but was nevertheless competitive due to its low weight and streamlined profile. This book traces the development of the 300SL and reviews its remarkable performances in the most important endurance races of 1952, from the Mille Miglia, where it finished second, to winning at the Nürburgring, Le Mans and the Carrera Panamerica.
In this ‘unique record by a genuine enthusiast’, the well-known painter of motor-racing subjects Bryan Apps celebrates Raymond Mays's career at the helm of British Racing Motors (BRM) and the pre-war ERA (English Racing Automobiles). Illustrated with Apps's paintings, the book traces Mays's influence on British racing from Brooklands in the 1930s to Formula 1 in the 1960s and 1970s, running cars for champion drivers such as Graham Hill, Jackie Stewart and Niki Lauda.
The Argentine Temporada Motor Races: 1950 to 1960
In 220 Contemporary Photos
During the 1950s, Argentina boasted the world's top racing driver in Juan Fangio and hosted Formula 1 and sports car events that attracted star drivers and teams from Europe. This book recounts the key motorsport events of the period with contemporary photographs and race statistics.
Formula One and Beyond
Being the son of Oswald Mosley and Diana Mitford perhaps persuaded Max Mosley to steer clear of politics. He rose to prominence instead through motor racing, first as a driver and team owner and then as an administrator, revolutionizing Formula One alongside Bernie Ecclestone. As well as his unusual childhood and life in F1, this autobiography also deals with his campaigning against media intrusion following a 2008 sex scandal.