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British Touring Car Championship 2005 By Peter Thompson
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The 2005 British Touring Car series saw an old hand in the form of independent driver Matt Neal become the dominant force when he took the championship at Brands Hatch in October. I was there to... More > capture the images at the grand prix circuits Brands Hatch and Silverstone and favourite local circuit Snetterton. These images are now presented to you in a unique volume. Included is a record of all touring car drivers in the BTCC and each supporting series, both the "tin top" series of the Porsche Carreras, Seat Cupras and Renault Clios, and the single seater formats of Formula Renault and Formula BMW. Also presented are portraits of the BTCC drivers, behind the scenes pictures as well as close racing action, and the glamour and spectacle of the occasion.< Less
MG Cars By Gregory Beeforth
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MG Car advertisements from the 30s, 40s and 50s. MG is a British automotive marque registered by the defunct MG Car Company Limited,[note 1] a British sports car manufacturer begun in the 1920s as a... More > sales promotion sideline within W R Morris's Oxford city retail sales and service business by the business's manager, Cecil Kimber.Best known for its two-seat open sports cars, MG also produced saloons and coupés. Kimber was an employee of William Morris; MG are the initials for Morris Garages.< Less
Why build a Seven? Putting a sports car on the road, a personal record. By Michael Eddenden
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EVER FORCED TO BUILD YOUR OWN CAR? The first Lotus Seven appeared in 1957. It was unique, a race car for the road. In a time when cars stood for chrome and power and road-holding weight, the Seven... More > was light, quick, nimble and bracing. It was also spartan, hopelessly impractical and sold as a kit, assembly required. Soon it was the benchmark for a sports car — unconventional, fast, rare, and not for everyone. What was unforgivable in other cars justified the Seven. More than 5o years later it's still in production. Now as then, owners have to build their cars. When Michael Eddenden sets out to build a Caterham Seven the fingertip ease of the digital age is replaced by unheated garages, fumes and typed instructions obscured by oily fingerprints. For anyone who has ever wanted to build something with their own hands - despite skill, aptitude and experience. Caterham Cars, manufacturer of the 7, was purchased by Formula 1 Team Lotus in 2011. Paperback Edition...Now with added PHOTOGRAPHS, 2014.< Less
Why Build A Seven? Putting a sports car on the road, a personal record. By Michael Eddenden
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[HARDBACK. Now with added PHOTOGRAPHS, 2014]... EVER FORCED TO BUILD YOUR OWN CAR? The first Lotus Seven appeared in 1957. It was unique, a race car for the road. In a time when cars stood for chrome... More > and power, style and road-holding weight, the Seven was light, quick, nimble and bracing. It was also spartan, hopelessly impractical and sold as a kit, assembly required. Soon it was the benchmark sports car. What was unforgivable in other cars justified the Seven: unconventional, fast, rare, and not for everyone. More than 5o years later it's still in production. Now as then, owners have to build their cars. When Michael Eddenden sets out to build a Caterham Seven the fingertip ease of the digital age is replaced by unheated garages, fumes and typed instructions obscured by oily fingerprints. For anyone who has ever built something with their own hands - despite skill, aptitude and experience. Caterham Cars, manufacturer of the 7, was purchased by the Caterham Formula 1 Team in 2011.< Less
The Power Of Sport Drag Racing By Martin Drake
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An insight into the British Drag Racing world, photography led book with an insight to the world of motorsport we know and love so much. (This PDF book will not view if downloaded via a mobile phone... More > or pad.)< Less
The Glorious Lotus Europa + By Dennis Fenimore
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This calendar contains the same art as "The Glorious Lotus Europa 2016" but is formatted to begin in March and run through February 2017 for those enthusiasts who want the use of each month... More > and don't care if the 12-months are all in 2016. The Script work on the cover is more refined. This calendar is for car people and those who love them, with emphasis on clever, nice, or just beautiful nods to the rare Lotus Europa and the Europa experience (and the British small sports car experience from the Sixties and Seventies generally) Between you and I, this calendar is nice even if you never heard of Lotus and don't know a trunnion from a spindle. I hope it's just as appealing to those who know what a scrub radius is as to the person who's never owned a wrench.< Less
Austin Healey Life 2017 By Dennis Fenimore
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Austin Healey cars came in two main flavors. Sprites and "Big Healey's". This calendar focuses on the humorous side of the venerable marque.
Sprite Midget Club USA 2013 (11"x17" open) By Seth Jones
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This is the 2013 Sprite Midget club USA calender. All proceeds help bring together spridgets from accross the country for national events.
The Glorious Lotus Europa 2016 By Dennis Fenimore
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Cartoons and eye candy art work of the Lotus Europa sports car by Dennis Fenimore. Featured are the beautiful lines and some memorable experiences that make this a vehicle worth owning for multiple... More > decades. Even the mere possession of one can be energizing. This is no ordinary car, nor is it common. For those who comprehend the marque, ownership is a key to a world that offers the joy of a wonderful driving experience. This calendar aims to add to that joy by highlighting the world of this great car. It will not tow boats, is fragile, is devoid of ostentatious luxuries, and requires care. Like owning a horse, it is unlikely to make you a fortune, but could take your savings the other direction. It is to be driven, not invested in. It is to create smiles, as is this calendar. Enjoy!< Less
The Rallyist By Paul M. Ellender
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Welcome to the Highly 'Tooned' World of Artist/ Cartoonist Paul M. Ellender and the world of The Rallyist. The 56 pages of colourful cartoon humour and illustrations take, as its theme, the sideways... More > world of Rallying. The Cars, The Teams, The Drivers, The Co-Drivers, The Events, The Marshals, and of course the Spectators. If you are a Rally driver, a member of a rally team, a member of a Rally Club, One of the thousands of supporting people around the world who make rallying happen, or someone who just loves the sport and who, what ever the weather goes and stands in a forest somewhere. From Historic's to WRC, from Club to Desert raids then there is something in this book for you. Warning: May Contain 'Laugh Out Loud' Cartoons. The Rallyist eBook version is the sister publication to the hard Copy released in 2009< Less