When motor racing was fun
Tales of classic years on the track, by Bryan Apps
This book covers racing by leading cars and drivers in what the author calls ‘the Golden Age’ and includes chapters about leading personalities of the period such as Moss, Hawthorn, Brooks, Surtees, Stewart, Hunt, Mansell and Tyrrell, with the final chapter titled ‘When Did Motor Racing Stop Being Fun?’. The foreword is by Sir Stirling Moss and it is illustrated with paintings of its subjects by the author.
Published by Halsgrove, ISBN 978-1-84114-966-0, £19.99