Reviews of Formula 1 Car by Car 1960-69
“Almost everybody knows how a factory Lotus looked, irrespective of year, but if you want to verify the identity of Carel Godin de Beaufort’s Porsche 718 in 1962, or David Hobbs’s F2 Lola-BMW in the 1967 German GP, then look no further.
“It’s a book that treats Ecurie Maarsbergen as more than a sporting footnote - and that alone make sit worthy of investigation.”
“This book does a great job of reminding us of just how exciting motor sport was in the 1960s... This lavish volume contains more than 600 photographs... The year-by-year account of the different teams and their cars is fascinating reading.”
Classic Car Weekly
Best of British
“...does a great job of guiding the reader through the key technical developments of the decade such as the adoption of monocoque construction, wider tyres and aerodynamic wings.”
Ferrari Owners Club magazine