First edition. This a detailed story, in text and pictures of the battle for motor-racing’s greatest prize – Champion Driver of the World. It covers races, circuits, drivers, cars, personalities, results, tables etc. It is well illustrated with black and white photography
In very good condition throughout, with a dust wrapper that has very little wear for its age. Foreword by Jim Clark. Published by A S Barnes, USA in 1964. Rare.
The author’s pen and camera range over the entire Grand Prix scene. The reader is taken behind the scenes to every round in the World Championship. . . Monte Carlo . . . Belgium. . . Holland. . . France . . . Great Britain . . . Germany . . . Italy . . . United States . . . Mexico . . . South Africa . . . a unique tour described by Graham Hill as “a view through a door that is never opened to an enthusiastic public and a view that is only fractionally witnessed by the actors in the Grand Prix scene.” Few men are better equipped to summarize the struggle for the supreme honour of Grand Prix racing than Louis Stanley.”