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  • A Month at the Brickyardby Sonny Kleinfield

    Open Road Media 2014; US$ 14.99

    An all-access pass to Pit Row and beyond at the world’s most famous auto race, the Indianapolis 500 The Indianapolis 500 auto race is the most prestigious event in all of motor sports. Race cars roar two hundred times around the track at dizzying speeds of more than two hundred miles per hour in front of a massive crowd—and millions more watching... more...

  • Burning Rubberby Charles Jennings

    Quercus 2010; US$ 8.99

    In Burning Rubber, Charles Jennings tells the fast and furious tale of motor sport's premier competition, from its earliest roots in the suicidal road races of the Edwardian age to the brave new world of Hamilton, Button, Alonso and Vettel in the 2000s. In a narrative bristling with anecdote and incident, he explores the lost world of the 1950s racetrack,... more...

  • Grand Prix: Driver by Driverby Liam McCann

    G2 Rights Ltd 2013; US$ 7.99

    Grand Prix: Driver by Driver is a comprehensive collection of profiles of the best drivers to have raced in grand prix and Formula One. From the legendary pre-war aces like Nuvolari, Caracciola and Varzi to the stars of modern grand prix racing like Moss, Fangio, Clark, Senna, Schumacher, Hamilton and Vettel, this book examines the careers of some... more...

  • Beyond Supersonicby Richard Noble; Andy Green

    Penguin Books Ltd 2018; US$ 31.98

    In July 2015, the Bloodhound team will unveil the car with which they'll launch their assault on the World Land Speed Record. Powered by a jet engine from a Eurofighter Typhoon fighter and a rocket engine developed for the European Space Agency, Bloodhound is the culmination of a ten year beyond the state of the art engineering effort. The 300,000... more...

  • Guy Martin: When You Dead, You Deadby Guy Martin

    Ebury Publishing 2015; US$ 12.68

    'The maddest 12 months of my life. The journey starts with an oddball race up an American mountain and ends with me checking myself out of hospital with a broken back. Again …' As Guy’s Latvian grandfather frequently reminded him, ‘When you dead, you dead’. So before it’s all over, Guy Martin is making the most of the time he’s got. In this past... more...

  • Aussie Grit: My Formula One Journeyby Mark Webber

    Pan Macmillan 2015; US$ 11.42

    Mark Webber was at the centre of one of the most captivating chapters in the history of Formula One. In 2010, while racing for Red Bull, he and his team mate Sebastian Vettel went head to head for the World Championship. There could only be one winner. Since retiring from Formula One Mark has concentrated on endurance racing, including the legendary... more...

  • British Sports Cars of the 1950s and 60sby James Taylor

    Osprey Publishing Ltd 2014; US$ 7.95

    Nobody built sports cars like British manufacturers in the 1950s and 1960s. There was something very special indeed about the combination of low-slung open two-seater bodywork with a spartan interior, a slick sporting gear change and a rorty exhaust note. This was wind-in-the-hair motoring, and it was affordable by the average young man – at least,... more...

  • Niall Mackenzie: The Autobiographyby Niall Mackenzie; Stuart Barker

    HarperCollins Publishers 2010; US$ 6.80

    The 40-year-old Scot has been Britain's most successful Grand Prix racer since the legendary Barry Sheene. At his final race in Knockhill in August 2001, more than 20,000 fans turned up to watch Mackenzie and to bid farewell to their local hero. more...

  • Hizzy: The Autobiography of Steve Hislopby Steve Hislop

    HarperCollins Publishers 2012; US$ 8.55

    Steve Hislop was one of the most famous motorcycle racers in the world. He had always been a controversial and outspoken character having had many famous clashes and splits with teams and riders over the years, not always to his advantage. Season 2003 was no different. Steve’s life was incredible, funny and ultimately tragic. more...

  • Foggy on Bikesby Carl Fogarty; Neil Bramwell

    HarperCollins Publishers 2015; US$ 7.92

    Carl Fogarty, four-time Superbike World Champion and bestselling author, draws on 18 years of international motorcycle riding to give readers a comprehensive guide to bikes, and how to ride them, from competition to leisure biking. more...