Driving Forces

The Grand Prix Racing World Caught in the Maelstrom of the Third Reich

by Peter Stevenson


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Grand Prix racing in the late 1920s through the early 1930s was 'owned' by the powerful, state-backed Italian teams with drivers like Nuvolari and Varzi, but by the end of the 30s, the Germans dominated. Driving Forces by Peter Stevenson tells the human story of the men, their women, and their machines that made the German dominance possible. It is the classic story of daring individuals facing the ultimate challenge both physically and morally.

● A Tale of Two Drivers
● Tyrant on a Tightrope
● The Round-Table Gang
● The Motor Show Speech
● Charly
● Casting Call
● Celebrity Status
● Italian Interlude
● Come to Tea
● The Reich Goes Car Racing
● Rebirth
● Teething Problems
● A Tale of Two Drivers II
● Blitzrennen
● Hell On Wheels
● Hammer and Tongs
● New Horizons
● A Glimpse of the Gods
● Tomorrow, The World
● Swords Are Drawn
● Totentanz
● The "Sippenhaft Effect"
● Berlin Surprise
● Aftermath

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  • Publisher: Robert Bentley, Inc Publishers
  • ISBN: 0837602173 (0-837-60217-3)
  • ISBN-13: 9780837602172 (978-0-837-60217-2)
  • Format: Softcover 292 pages
  • Date Published: 2000


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