2002 first edition. Hardback and dust cover in new condition and unread. With some fabulous action photraphy throughout.
The story of motor racing at Goodwood from 1948 to 1966 covers the most exciting era in the post-war history of the sport. During the 1950s, talented British drivers, designers and manufacturers came together as a force that could take on the rest of the motor-racing world.
Goodwood earned a special place in the motorsport history of those years and in the affections of those who competed and spectated there. In this sympathetic, authoritative and magnificently illustrated account, Robert Barker recaptures something of the unique atmosphere of those pioneering days and celebrates the commitment and ingenuity of the enthusiasts who transformed British motor racing after the war.