THE ULTIMATE 70'S MOTOR RACING REFERENCE BOOK

MOTOR RACING IN THE 70S - PIVOTING FROM ROMANTIC TO ORGANIZED

By Carlos A. de Paula

AROUND OCTOBER 25, 2018 THE LINK FOR PURCHASE OF THE BOOK IN AMAZON.COM WILL BE POSTED HERE

ONLY US$ 29.99 + POSTAGE

his book addresses all the changes that occurred in the sports during the 70s that made auto racing what it is today, through texts, statistics and lists. It covers the remaining romantic area, discussing the drivers, the tracks, the different categories, domestic racing scenes, money, and much more.

A must for any enthusiast if you love:

  • Formula 1
  • Formula 2
  • Formula 3
  • Formula Ford
  • Formula Super Vee/Vee
  • Sports Cars and Le Mans
  • GT
  • Formula 5000
  • Formula Atlantic
  • Formula Indy
  • NASCAR
  • Touring Cars
  • Can Am and Interserie
  • Hill climb
  • Trans Am

The book is the result of over 40 years of rmulti lingual esearch, uncovering much obscure information that helps you understand racing during the decade, with thorough lists of manufacturers, main drivers, venues. You will be surprised with much of the information you find it here. Racing in obscure places in Africa, Eastern Europe, Asia, it is all here.

This is a reference and analytical book, not pictorial. An associated Facebook page contains pictures you can enjoy pertaining to the period 

BONUS:

As a bonus the book includes, under the same cover, the Case Study: Brazil, from Footnote to Relevance in the Course of Three Seasons, which discusses in detail how the Brazilian racing scene developed during the first 3 years of the decade, and the country became relevant almost overnight.

A MUST FOR ANY TRUE ENTHUSIAST

Find out about the achievements of major manufacturers:

FORD - FERRARI - LOTUS - ALFA ROMEO - RENAULT - MATRA-SIMCA - PORSCHE - BMW - CHEVROLET and more

Thousands of race results, hundreds of books and websites, tons of magazines were used to bring this low-priced reference book to you. 

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