Reviews of Le Mans: The Official History 1960–69

“Spurring’s opening assertion that the 1960s saw the making of the Le Mans 24 Hours is amply borne out as one peruses this handsome work, which captures the event’s colour, variety and atmosphere during a decade of rapid change… The photography is plentiful, the prose crisp… this is an intelligently conceived and executed volume, to be lingered over and sipped at leisure, like a good glass of champagne.”
Motor Sport

“There are few authors better placed to write this… The formerAutosport editor has reported on the great race for decades and his enthusiasm is clearly undimmed. This is an easily accessible read for the uninitiated but with enough nuggets to satiate hardened Le Mans types… And any book that has the imagination to picture the timber-hulled Moynet is OK with us.”

“A top-class effort.”
Motorsport News

“Spurring’s book contains a huge amount of information, from lap speeds to qualifying positions, entry lists to final classifications… But it’s the photographs that really take a starring role. From images of cars rushing through the Mulsanne Kink, to swinging through the Esses or tearing away from the start, they’re wonderfully atmospheric… This is a fantastic book, and well worth the money.”
Classics Monthly