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Books on Lotus drivers
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|Challenge me the race
|Mike Hawthorn||1958||none||Hawthorn describes racing
against Colin Chapman.
|A turn at the wheel
|Stirling Moss||1961||none||Hardback 240pp.|
|Stirling Moss, all but my
|Ken W. Purdy||1963||none||Rare Stirling Moss biography
book, 18 black & white illustrations.
|All set from a CERT||Jim Meikle||1963||none||Biography of Mike Spence,
covers 1960 - 1962
Softback, 136 x 200 mm, 40pp.
|Private entrant, racing with Rob Walker||Michael Cooper-Evans||1965||Walker's cars were the first
to win Grands Prix for Lotus
|Graham Hill, Grand Prix
|1966||Published by Shell, A4 size, 26pp.|
|Life at the limit
|Graham Hill||1966||0 330 02675 5||269pp|
|Life at the limit||Graham Hill||1969||225pp
reissued in 1993
|Life at the limit
|Graham Hill||1971||Softback version
|Jackie Stewart, World Driving
|Lyle Kenyon Engel||1970||0 668 02338 4||The story of the dynamic
'flying Scot' including complete statistics
|Jochen Rindt - reportage
G. K. Kodek
|1970||German text, 153pp.|
|Jochen Rindt - kuolematon maailmanmestari||G. Lentz
G. K. Kodek
Hardback, 140 x 216mm, 157pp.
|Heinz Prüller||1970||German text, 216pp.|
|Mario Andretti||Lyle Engel||1970||Hardback|
|John Surtees||Cooper Evens||1970||Softback|
|Rindt, champion du monde
Softback, 130 x 200mm, 312pp.
|Jochen Rindt||Heinz Prüller||1972||7183 0162 5||English edition with some
Hardback, 143 x 224mm, 207pp.
|Jo Siffert. Tout pour la
|Jacques Deschenaux||1972||7183 0402 0||English translation
Hardback, 140 x 220mm 208pp.
|Jo Siffert ein leben für den
|Jacques Deschenaux||German translation|
|Richard von Frankenberg||1972||German text
Hardback, 210 x 270 mm, 112pp.
|Flying on the ground
|Emerson Fittipaldi||1973||0718300130||Hardback, 143 x 223 mm 256pp|
|Ronnie Peterson, The Story of
a Search for Perfection
|Alan Henry||1975||0 85429 175 X||Hardback, 175 x 237mm, 164pp|
|Ronnie Peterson, Superswede
|Alan Henry||1978||0 85429 175 X||Revised paperback edition of
1975 book, published after Ronnie's death.
Softback, 170 x 230 mm, 200pp
|Neil Ewart||1976||0 312 34212 8||This book is based on
extensive tape interviews and tells the story in his own words.
|Neil Ewart||1977||Softback version|
|Ronnie Peterson, Grand Prix
|Alan Henry||1976||90 6127 099 5||Dutch edition of this book
|Sports Hero, Mario Andretti||Marshall Burchard||1977||0399610774|
|The other side of the Hill
|Ronnie Peterson, La race des
|Martine Camus||1978||French text
Softback, 174 x 254 mm, 112pp
|Mario Andretti: the man who can win any kind of race||Lyle Kenyon Engel||1978||0668021934||Softback, 170 x 250 mm, 157pp|
|The Viking Drivers, Ronnie
Peterson and Gunnar Nilsson
|Fredrick Petersens||1979||0 7183 0366 0||Hardback, 141 x 221 mm, 208pp|
|Mario Andretti, world driving champion||Lyle Kenyon Engel||1979||0668047399||159pp|
|Mario Andretti World Champion
|Nigel Roebuck||1979||0 600 39469 7||Hardback, 175 x 243mm, 179pp|
|Ronnie Peterson - SuperSwede
|Alan Henry||1980||0 85429 175 X||reprint, originally printed
in 1975 and revised in 1978 after the tragic dead of Ronnie.
|Mr. Monaco, Graham Hill
|Tony Rudlin||1983||0 85059 357 3||Hardback, 150pp|
|Nelson Piquet, teh story of
his 1983 World Championship
|Ric van kempen||Softback, 21 x 28 cm, 24pp|
|My Cars, My Career
|Stirling Moss &
|1987||0 85059 925 3||Hardback, 205 x 278 mm, 304pp.|
|The art of motor racing||Emerson Fittipaldi||1987|
|The art of motor racing||Emerson Fittipaldi||1990||9990633541||Softback|
|Alan Henry||1990||0 905138 79 1||Hardback, 217 x 302 mm, 109pp|
|Gorden Kirby||1990||0 905138 78 3||Autocourse Driver Profiles
Hardback, 217 x 302 mm, 107pp
|John Surtees, World Champion||Alan Henry||1991||0905138732||Hardback,190 x 251 mm, 256pp|
|Mike Doodson||1991||0905138813||Autocourse Driver Profiles
|Graham Hill||Simon Arron||1992||0905138864||Autocourse Driver Profiles
Hardback, 218 x 304 mm, 96pp
|Andretti, Mario||1992||0905138856||Autocourse Driver Profiles|
|Rob Walker||Michael Cooper-Evans||1993||1 874557 35 7||272pp|
|Andretti||Mario Andretti||1994||0002554860||Hardback, 120pp|
|Andretti||Mario Andretti||1994||0006383025||Softback, 112pp|
|Jochen Rindt, der James Dean
der Formula 1
|Gunnar Nilsson, last Lotus hero||Robert Miles||1996||0 473 03652 5||Spiral bound, 150 x 211 mm, 39pp.|
|G.S. Prentzas||1996||0791031764||Hardback, 245 x 190 mm, 64pp|
|Mario Andretti||G.S. Prentzas||1996||0791031772||Softback version|
|Johnny Herbert: The Steel
Behind the Smile
|Christopher Hilton||1996||1852605626||Softback, 158 x 215 mm, 176pp|
|Mika Häkkinnen, Doing what
|Christopher Hilton||1997||1859604021||Softback, 170 x 230 mm, 176pp|
|Mika Häkkinnen, Fromuloiden Iunnonlahjakkuus||Christopher Hilton||1997||952 5089 17 7||Finnish text, a translation
of "Mika Hakkinen doing what comes naturally"
Hardback, 175 x 240 mm, 175pp
|Mario Andretti Photo Album
|Peter Nygaard||1999||1583880097||Softback, 216 x 262 mm, 112pp|
|Mario Andretti a driving
|Gordon Kirby||2001||0964972298||Hardback, 278 x 278 mm|
|Mario Andretti a driving passion||Gordon Kirby||1893618129||Softback version, 280 x 278 mm, 252pp|
|Mario Andretti, the complete
|Mike O'Leary||2002||0760313997||Softback, 200 x 240 mm,155pp|
|Ronnie Peterson, Formula 1-
|Johnny Tipler||2003||190235107X||Hardback, 279 x 279mm, 232pp|
|Stirling Moss, the champion
|2003||Hardback, 230 x 300 mm, 160pp|
|Emerson Fittipaldi Heart of a
|Karl Ludvigsen||2003||185960837X||Hardback, 254 x 254 mm, 208pp|
|Emerson Fitipaldi, Uma
Vida Em Alta Velocidade
|Graham Hill: A Master of
|John Tipler||2003||1859832792||Hardback, 193 x 271 mm, 224pp|
|various||1841555452||Softback, 210 x 297mm. 74pp|
|Lorie Coffey||2006||1902351266||Hardback, 280 x 280 mm,
Follows Elio through his school years and his racing career
Also a limited edition of 250 copies presented in a white, red
and blue gloss laminated slipcase, designed in the style of Elio’s
winged crash helmet,
|Grand Prix Racers: Portraits of Speed
|Xavier Chimits||2008||0760334307||Hardback, 294 x 296
mm, 224 pp
This book gives readers a look at Grand Prix racing’s top drivers by way of its top photographers, the father and son team of Bernard and Paul-Henri Cahier. Bernard Cahier began shooting F1 in 1952. In the late 1960s, he was joined by his son. Their images, reproduced here in all their brilliance, capture some of the most memorable, even legendary, moments in the history of Grand Prix racing. These incomparable photographs, beautifully printed in rich black and white, comprise intimate portraits of seventy-two of the sports’ greatest drivers from the 1950s through today.
|Ronnie Peterson: A Photographic Portrait
|Alan Henry||2008||1844255484||Hardcover, 279 x 229 mm,
Along with Stirling Moss and Gilles Villeneuve, Ronnie Peterson is widely regarded as one of the fastest drivers never to have won the Formula One World Championship. Like Moss and Villeneuve, the modest Swede was also massively popular in his day and remains something of a folk hero to today’s nostalgic fans, who recall his spectacular exuberance behind the wheel with such affection. This superbly produced book brings Peterson’s career vividly to life through stunning images sourced exclusively from LAT, the world’s largest library of motor racing images.
|Innes Ireland Remembers
|Ed McDonough||2008||978 1903088418||Hardcover, 229 x 267 mm,
280pp, 200 illustrations.
Motor racing historian Ed Mcdonough has
taken the original transcripts of Innes' articles, with the
co-operation of Jean Ireland, and edited them into this collection
of tales, adding many photographs not previously published. They
demonstrate the depth of Ireland's passions and his skill as a
writer and story teller.
|Cliff Allison - From the fells to Ferrari
|Graham Gauld||2008||978 1845841508||Hardcover, 252 x 210
mm,144 pp, 105 illustrations
This book is the biography of Cliff
Allison who started motor racing over fifty years ago with a little
Cooper 500. Very much a countryman at heart Allison was not one of
the party-going racing drivers but a driver with a huge ambition to
race in Formula 1. He and Graham Hill competed in the first grand
prix race for Colin Chapman’s Lotus team in 1958 and scored the
first world championship points for Lotus. He later joined Ferrari
and won the Argentine 1000kms sports car race with American
co-driver Phil Hill as well as being a member of the Ferrari grand
prix team in 1959 and 1960.
|Jochen Rindt, uncowned king
|Hardcover, 292 x 232 mm,
Even today, when motorsport fans speak of car control they mention Jochen Rindt. Bernie Ecclestone believed he was the top talent of his era, Jackie Stewart said he was one of the cleanest drivers he had ever raced against, and he remains the sport's only posthumous World Champion. This investigation of Rindt's mercurial career paints the portrait of a man taken long before he reached his true potential and puts an underwritten character into his real perspective, as one of the greatest Grand Prix drivers of all time.
Original titel was: Jochen Rindt, champion lost
|Stirling Moss Scrapbook 1956-1960
|with Philip Porter||2009||978 1907085000||Hardcover, 402 x 352
Follow Sir Stirling Moss through his most turbulent, demanding and, ultimately, successful racing years. This was a period in which he secured landmark first GP wins for Vanwall, Cooper and Lotus; was all-conquering in Formula 2 driving Rob Walker's Cooper-Borgward and helped Aston Martin to victory in the World Sports Car Championship. The book is packed with personal insights from Moss, on and off-track images and jet-setting glamour. It also features a rare interview with Stirling's first wife, Kate who shares her memories of the dangers and pressures of the sport.
|Stirling Moss, all my races
|with Alan Henry||2009||978 1844257003||
Hardcover, 280 x 230 mm, 352 pp
This new book tells the story of each of the 529 races in which Stirling Moss took part, from the start of his racing life in 1947 to his career-ending crash at Goodwood in 1962. Told in Sir Stirling's own words, this book is packed with detail and anecdote, supported with a wealth of photographs, that show all the greatest moments and the extraordinary variety of card he drove.
Published to mark the 80th birthday of Sir Stirling Moss OBE
|Jochen Rindt - eine Bildbiographie
|A new German photo
biography of the 1970 F1 World Champion Jochen Rindt by former
friend and supporter Martin Pfundner. With many new so far
unpublished photos from his archive.
171 pages, 203 b&w and 21 color photos. German text. Size 26.4 x 22.6 x 1.8 cm
|F1 Pilot Series : Ronnie Peterson
|Joe Honda||2014||ISBN: 978-4-905248-50-7||Photobook focusing on Ronnie Peterson, the “fastest man in the 70s”, still being supported by many fans till now. Size 297mm x 232mm, 132 Pages, 600 photos, Japanese / with partial English translation|
|Nigel Mansell, Staying on Track: The
|After finishing as
runner-up three times in the drivers' world championship, in 1992
Mansell finally secured the title. It was the crowning achievement
of a hugely successful career, in which he won 31 Grand Prix, a
record for a British driver that stood until Lewis Hamilton
overhauled him in 2014. Always an aggressive driver, his exciting
style meant he was hailed as a hero by his millions of fans in the
UK and around the world. Out of the car, he was outspoken and
charismatic, which merely served to enhance his reputation.
Now, 20 years after he retired from F1, Mansell looks back on a stellar career in which he battled against many legends of the sport, from Lauda through the Senna and Prost years and on to Schumacher. He provides vivid insights into what it was like to race against those greats in an era when the risks to drivers were enormous. He explains what motivated him to get to the top, and takes the reader behind the scenes to give an unrivalled insight into the sport and the key moments of his career. Still closely involved in Formula One, Mansell assesses how F1 has changed, and gives his authoritative verdict on the sport, the cars and the drivers.
Paperback, 400 pages, size 199 x 290 x 133 mm
(Lotus F1 driver 1980-1984)
|Mario Andretti: Immagini Di Una Vita/A Life in
|Experience the full career
of racing legend Mario Andretti as recounted by the champion himself.
The core of this biography is presented via interviews Andretti has
given over the decades and expertly brought together by author Mario
Donnini. Anecdotes, testimonials, quips, and jokes come together to
give new light on motor racing history.Mario Andretti is a legend in
two worlds: Europe and the United States. Some of his accolades and
championships include: -1978 Formula 1 World Champion, -1969
Indianapolis 500 Victor-1965, 1966, 1984 IndyCar Champion-1967,
1970, 1972 12 Hours of Sebring Victor-24 Hours of Daytona Victor,
and many other endurance classicsWhat counts most is that Mario is
the last F1 world champion whose mother tongue is Italian, even if
he did win the title when he was an American citizen. The volume
contains hundreds of pictures - many of them previously unpublished
- which illustrate the long and unrepeatable career of an all-time
authentic icon of motor sport.
Hardcover, 208 pages, English