Subtitle MS620, 630, 650, 660 & 670 - 1966 to 1974

Ed McDonough
Description Description
The late 1960s and early 1970s were a significant era in the world of international sports car racing. As the motor racing rule-making body moved back and forth between cars that less and less resembled road going vehicles, prototype sports car racing captured the imagination of manufacturers, teams and fans alike. Porsche vs. Ferrari vs. Alfa Romeo vs. Matra provided some of the best racing for sports cars ever witnessed, and by 1973, the Matra prototype – little more than a Grand Prix car with full bodywork – was dominating the scene. That period has always been viewed as one of the great eras in sports car racing, when all the Grand Prix drivers were fully active in sports car as well as F1 machines. This is the story of a great time, and a great model, in motorsport.
Series WSC Giants
Format Trade Paperback 128 Pages
ISBN 9781845842611
Size8.30 in x 7.70 in x 0.50 in / 210.82 mm x 195.58 mm x 12.70 mm
Published Date May 15th, 2010
Ed McDonough
Ed McDonough, an American based in Britain, has been in and around motor racing since the 1950s, starting in active competition in 1959 and still taking part in hillclimbs and sprints. He began writing about motorsport in the 1980s, contributing to several magazines. He has been a radio commentator at Goodwood and Monaco, and now works for Auto Tradition and RetroSpeed. He has written some 15 books in English, French and Portuguese, and as a member of the Guild of Motoring Writers has won several awards. He has established a reputation for testing rare racing machinery, including over 50 Grand Prix cars.
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