First edition. This is the story of the famous Bluebirds, of the men who created them, and of Sir Malcolm and Donald Campbell, who have driven their brilliant machines over land and water to achieve an un-paralleled series of speed records for this country.
It begins before the First World War, when young Malcolm Campbell bought a huge Darracq car, painted it blue, christened it Bluebird, and took it racing at Brooklands. It was as fast as it was abominably dangerous.
Hardback in good condition for age, very clean and tidy inside, clean red boards. No dust cover.