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Autocourse Grand Prix Car 1966-1985 book cover
Autocourse Grand Prix Car 1966-1985 book cover
Autocourse Grand Prix Car 1966-1985 book cover

Rare Book Review: Autocourse History of the Grand Prix Car 1966-85 by Doug Nye

For many F1 followers, the Autocourse annuals are revered as the authoritative benchmark publication for F1 season reviews – and for good reason too – the best F1 journalists, top photographers to complement loads o...
 
 
 
 
 
 
The Grand Prix Tyrrells Book Cover
The Grand Prix Tyrrells Book Cover
The Grand Prix Tyrrells Book Cover

Book Review: The Grand Prix Tyrrells Jackie Stewart Cars 1970-1973 by Doug Nye

Formula 1 cars in the early 1970’s had very muscular look distinct to that era – high airboxes, wide noses and big fat rear tyres. Tyrrell, Lotus and McLaren were the dominant teams but the Jackie Stewart-Tyrrell Fo...
 
 
 
 
 
 

The Jack Brabham Story book cover
The Jack Brabham Story book cover
The Jack Brabham Story book cover

Book Review: The Jack Brabham Story by Sir Jack Brabham with Doug Nye

The month of May really is becoming a month for remembering F1 legends. Now we add Sir Jack Brabham to the list. An absolutely unique driver. Can you imagine a driver, engineer, team principal and constructor all rolled into on...
 
 
 
 
 
 
Racers book cover
Racers book cover
Racers book cover

Book Review: Racers – The Inside Story of Williams Grand Prix Engineering by Doug Nye

Holidays are a great time for re-reading old F1 books. For long suffering Williams F1 fans the only way to enjoy success is to re-live the team’s past glory years. By 1982, Williams had made the big time as a front runnin...
 
 
 
 
 
 

fangio pirelli album cover
fangio pirelli album cover
fangio pirelli album cover

Book Review: Fangio – A Pirelli Album by Stirling Moss with Doug Nye

Even though Michael Schumacher has clocked up 7 Formula One titles and is still (at least this year) grand prix racing at the youthful age of 43, Juan Manuel Fangio is the real benchmark for mature age drivers. I bought Fangio ...
 
 
 
 
 
 




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