Evolution of the Porsche 911 in Competition - 1965-2010
by Michael Keyser and Bill Oursler | Forewords by Jurgen Barth and Norbert Singer
A Limited Edition of 2000 individually numbered copies.
Through text and photographs, this book traces the long racing lineage of the venerable Porsche 911 from its inaugural appearance at the 1965 Monte Carlo Rally, where it scored an amazing class victory, to its 2010 class win at Le Mans and an American Le Mans championship season where it successfully battled against the might of Ferrari and Corvette.
236 pages | 54 b&w and 299 color images. $125.00 Order HERE
From the author of 'The Life of Senna' and 'Shunt'
In the Name of Glory 1976: The Greatest Ever Sporting Duel
by Tom Rubython
As the sun set on the 1975 season, James Hunt had no ride and no prospects for the following year. In contrast, Niki Lauda, the new World Champion, was in an entirely different position, with a full year's contract ahead of him and Enzo Ferrari begging him to sign a new, more lucrative one for years into the future. Then Emerson Fittipaldi left McLaren to form the new all-Brazil Copersucar team with his brother Wilson, opening up a coveted top-tier seat for the hard-driving, hard-living Hunt. Hunt and Lauda battled all season long until a late season crash at the Nurburgring set up one of the most couragous and dramatic finishes in racing history. Soon to be the subject of a new Ron Howard film, the 1976 Grand Prix season was one for the books.
320 pages | 2 x 8 page color sections | 20 pages of Appendices. $29.95 Order HERE
Behind LeMans: The Film in Photographs
by Michael Keyser
Featuring the black and white photography of Nigel Snowdon and others, here is a 'behind the scenes' look at the making of one of the finest and most beloved motor racing films ever produced.
196 pages | 192 Duotone Black & White images | 8 1/2 x 11. $49.95 Order HERE
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