The thirties was the era when nations raced, carrying their patriotism and nationalism to the rivalry of the race tracks.
John Dugdale was in a perfect position to record the events of this momentous decade joining The Autocar as a young reporter and eventully becoming assistant era.
Most of the 150 photographs which illustrated this book were taken by the author. Of outstanding historic interest, some never previously published, they vivdly evoke the atmosphere of the most dramatic era in the history of motor sport.
Hardback in good condition throughout – dust jacket also good, clean, bright and in protective clear cover.