The Autobiography of Stirling Moss's '912'Author: Wagstaff, IanCode: 49327Price:AU $113.79Format: Hardback / 320 pages Publisher: PORTER PRESS INTERNATIONAL Published date:15/08/2017Availability:Available. Usually dispatched from UK 1-2 business days
This is the full biography of Stirling Moss' Lotus 18, chassis number 912. It is the car that drove him to two famous Grand Prix victories, first in Monaco and later at the Nurburgring.You'll get the full story on both of these incredible victories. The accounts include Moss' own recollections of the win, and what it was like racing against the ......
Author: Mike LawrenceCode: 25817Price:AU $49.95Format: Paperback / 276 pages Publisher: BROOKLANDS Published date:01/07/2012Availability:Available. Usually dispatched 1-2 business days
Mike Lawrence's excellent warts and all book on Chapman paints a picture of a man with real genius but more than a touch of Arthur Daly in his make-up. Described as a charmer and a chancer, Chapman had a nasty streak and the book describes how this hero of every motor racing fan was flawed, an idol with feet of clay. From the days when his used ......
My view from the pit wallAuthor: Warr, PeterCode: 24984Price:AU $39.95Format: Hardback / 240 pages Publisher: BOOKWORKS Published date:15/02/2012Availability:Available. Usually dispatched 1-3 business days
Peter Warr was best-known for his management of the Lotus
Formula 1 team, where he was one of Colin Chapman's
closest allies as well as the man who nurtured the early
Formula 1 careers of Ayrton Senna and Nigel Mansell.
Frank, informative and beautifully written, his memoir
remained unfinished at the time of his death in 2010, but
the bulk ......
Author: Karl LudvigsenCode: 22370Price:AU $79.95Format: Hardback / 400 pages Publisher: HAYNES PUBLISHING GROUP Published date:01/07/2010Availability:Available. Usually dispatched same business day from Sydney, Australia
Publisher's Notes: Colin Chapman was one of the greatest ever creative forces in the automotive world but he left behind a mixed legacy. Was he an unparalleled innovator who advanced the state of the art of sports and racing cars? Or was he an uninhibited exploiter of the uncredited ideas of others? In death as well as life Colin Chapman ......