by Christopher Hilton
This is one of the greatest stories ever told - a century of men and machines pitted against each other, death riding at their elbow, risking everything to win. In this action-packed volume, now available in paperback, Christopher Hilton celebrates 100 years of Grand Prix motor racing, from the first race in June 1906, when horses towed the new-fangled cars to the grid, to the awesome technology of today.
It will fascinate both the race fan and general readers, spreading the human story before them like a feast.
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