1961 heralded a new era for motor racing with the introduction of Formula One. It was a double challenge for Stirling Moss, who was still recovering from the accident that had almost killed him in the year before. Yet, a rested and refreshed Moss relished the challenge. In this season of change, he drove Lotus, Ferraris, Coopers and Porsches, and found time to court a succession of glamorous women, much to the delight of the World’s press! Relive the experience in The Stirling Moss Scrapbook 1961 by Philip Porter.
“There aren’t many motor racing books that you can leave on your coffee table and be confident that any visitor – including your car-hating Aunt Agatha will pick up and enjoy.” Octane, July 2006
The second of a high quality series to collect & keep.
Based on Moss’s own scrapbooks, albums and great memories.
A beautifully reproduced and presented book, capturing in glossy period photography
and stylish archival text the excitement of motor racing in its heyday.
Over 500 illustrations
Large format 12” x 14” (300 x 350mm)