Author: Stirling MossCode: 22101Price:AU $69.95Format: Hardback / 352 pages Publisher: HAYNES PUBLISHING GROUP Published date:01/07/2009Availability:Sold Out
Tells the story of each of the 529 races in which Sir Stirling Moss OBE took part, from the start of his racing life in 1947 to his career-ending crash at Goodwood in 1962. This title contains detail and anecdote, supported by photographs that show the greatest moments and the extraordinary variety of cars he drove.
Author: Art EvansCode: 20899Price:AU $59.95Format: Paperback / 192 pages Publisher: ICONOGRAFIX US Published date:01/07/2008Availability:Available. Usually dispatched from USA 1-2 business days
Carroll shelby is remembered by most for the Cobra and the Shelby Mustangs, but before the Cobra, Shelby was a racing driver. This book chronicles his remarkable racing career before it was cut short by his heart condition in 1960. A top sports car racer, winner of two national championships in the US, he won Le Mans for Aston Martin in 1959 with ......
Author: Tony BaileyCode: 20465Price:AU $239.99Format: Hardback / 437 pages Publisher: PJ PUBLISHING Published date:01/07/2008Availability:Sold Out
This is an amazingly detailed biography of Britains first F1 World Champion, Mike Hawthorn, with reminiscences from many of those who knew him. The extent of his medical problems, which rendered him unfit for National Service and would have cost him his racing career if made public, is revealed and graphic photographs from Le Mans show ......
Author: Paul TrittonCode: 25690Price:AU $42.95Format: Paperback / 333 pages Publisher: ROLLS ROYCE HERITAGE Published date:01/07/2006Availability:Available. Usually dispatched from UK 1-2 business days
Car Men 15Author: AutomobiliaCode: 51168Price:AU $39.99Format: Paperback / 106 pages Publisher: PITSTOP Published date:01/06/2003Availability:Available. Usually dispatched same business day from Sydney, Australia
The creative impulse imparted by Shiro Nakamura in his four years with Nissan has clearly defined the company image, thanks to a common orientation and a continuous exploration of different possibilities, spreading through the world a strong vision based on Japanese design, which is now a winner even outside the national frontiers.
The Great Double Career of Joie ChitwoodAuthor: Russell, JimCode: 51172Price:AU $55.00Format: Hardback / 256 pages Publisher: PITSTOP Published date:01/06/1992Availability:Available. Usually dispatched same business day from Sydney, Australia
"Auto racing in the 1930s was dust, daredevilry and death. It was into this strange scenario that one George Rice Chitwood chose to perform. Ive asked the "who was the toughest guy you ever came up against" question many a time. And during Chitwoods reign as king of the dirt, the great majority of drivers quickly said "Joie Chitwood."
An Intimate Behind-the-Scenes Study of Postwar American Car IndustryAuthor: Langworth, RichardCode: 51139Price:AU $110.00Format: Hardback / 280 pages Publisher: PITSTOP Published date:01/06/1975Availability:Available. Usually dispatched 1-3 business days
Here for the first time is the never-before-told story of the multimillion dollar enterprise that dared to launch an assault on the most closed industry on earth - Fortress Detroit.
"One of the finest automotive histories I have ever seen," says Detroit library Automotive History Collection chief James Bradley. "In many ways the book ......
Donald CampbellAuthor: Knowles, ArthurCode: 52012Price:AU $49.50Format: Hardback / 168 pages Publisher: ALLEN & UNWIN Published date:20/08/1970Availability:Sold Out
".... so different from previous books about Donald C or his father Malcolm, Lady Campbell has provided letters and other material to add new interest to the legends of the Campbells. If you want to know more about this remarkable family this is the one for you." Car Racing
Author: Sloane, Alfred PCode: 51442Price:AU $49.95Format: Hardback / 472 pages Publisher: PITSTOP Published date:01/06/1965Availability:Available. Usually dispatched same business day from Sydney, Australia
Alfred Sloane joined GM in 1918 as Vice President. He was made President and Chief Executive in 1923. He became Chairman in 1937 and remained there till the 1960s.