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Racing driver by denis Jenkinson , driving technique etc ,1997 final version

  • SKU : 34276a
  • Author: Denis Jenkinson
  • Format: Paperback
  • Condition: Used
  • Pages: 227.0000

$39.95

Denis Jenkinson’s classic “The Racing Driver” was first published in 1958 and this is the 1997 final version and is a must-have for any racing library. This book is highly valued for its historical perspective and views into the personalities of men who today seem larger than life. Jenkinson is the only person who covered thousands of miles as a racing passenger with the most famous Grand Prix drivers of the fifties, including Stirling Moss, Juan Manual Fangio, and Mike Hawthorn.Whether you are interested in vintage racing, historical accounts of famous drivers or driving techniques that are important even in today’s racing, “The Racing Driver” will provide a greater understanding of the skills and abilities required to be a winning driver.
When The Racing Driver was first published in the U.S. in 1959, Road & Track magazine hailed it as an “excellent book . . . the best ever written on contemporary drivers and their racing styles and habits.” Over 45 years later, Denis Jenkinson’s book has become a classic, highly valued for its historical perspective and views into the personalities of drivers who today seem larger than life.

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Denis Jenkinson's classic "The Racing Driver" was first published in 1958 and this is the 1997 final version and is a must-have for any racing library. This book is highly valued for its historical perspective and views into the personalities of men who today seem larger than life. Jenkinson is the only person who covered thousands of miles as a racing passenger with the most famous Grand Prix drivers of the fifties, including Stirling Moss, Juan Manual Fangio, and Mike Hawthorn.Whether you are interested in vintage racing, historical accounts of famous drivers or driving techniques that are important even in today's racing, "The Racing Driver" will provide a greater understanding of the skills and abilities required to be a winning driver.
When The Racing Driver was first published in the U.S. in 1959, Road & Track magazine hailed it as an "excellent book . . . the best ever written on contemporary drivers and their racing styles and habits." Over 45 years later, Denis Jenkinson's book has become a classic, highly valued for its historical perspective and views into the personalities of drivers who today seem larger than life.