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Mercedes Benz Grand Prix Racing 1934-1955 George C. Monkhouse book cover
Mercedes Benz Grand Prix Racing 1934-1955 George C. Monkhouse book cover
Mercedes Benz Grand Prix Racing 1934-1955 George C. Monkhouse book cover

Book Review: Mercedes Benz Grand Prix Racing 1934-1955 by George C. Monkhouse

Will the Mercedes continue to be a cut above the rest in 2017? You only need to look back at the domination of the Silver Arrows during WWII and the 1950s to know that the German marque take their racing very seriously. Aside f...
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
DVD
 
Magische Momente Blu-ray cover
Magische Momente Blu-ray cover
Magische Momente Blu-ray cover

Blu-ray Review: Magische Momente (Magical Moments – the time of the Silver Arrows)

Mercedes’ 2014 constructors’ and Lewis’ drivers championship look like setting up a new era of Mercedes Silver Arrows dominance. Co-incidentally, I received for Xmas, Magische Momente which is a 3 disc blu-ray disc docume...
 
 
 
 
 
 

 
 
Book
 
Racing the silver arrows book cover
Racing the silver arrows book cover
Racing the silver arrows book cover

Rare Book Review: Racing the Silver Arrows by Chris Nixon

Well, Lewis in the W05 looked supreme in Malaysia. The early form of Mercedes suggest they are clearly going to be the best F1 team this season and may re-kindle the kind of dominance the German marque enjoyed in the 30’s...
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Book
 
Summer of 55 book cover
Summer of 55 book cover
Summer of 55 book cover

Book Review: The Amazing Summer of ’55 by Eoin Young

With Mercedes GP on the cusp of enjoying more GP victories this season, will they soon be reliving the glory days of the Silver Arrows? Will Lewis be the new Fangio and Nico the new Stirling Moss? With the summer break in full ...
 
 
 
 
 
 

 
 
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Book Review: Mercedes Sport by Rainer Schlegelmilch and Hartmut Lehbrink

Mercedes Sport is another Rainer Schlegelmilch and Hartmut Lehbrink collaboration. I have reviewed the softcover version but I have also seen the hardcover book which is much larger and heavier. The book covers a comprehensive ...
 
 
 
 
 
 




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