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World Encyclopaedia of Racing Drivers: The Definitive Reference to the Lives and Achievements of 2,500 International Racing Drivers

World Encyclopaedia of Racing Drivers: The Definitive Reference to the Lives and Achievements of 2,500 International Racing Drivers (Hardback)

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This remarkable work of unprecedented scale, presented in three volumes within a slipcase, outlines the lives and achievements of 2,500 racing drivers from all eras and all parts of the world. The result of many years of endeavour by a dedicated author, this mighty publication contains nearly a million words along with a comprehensive array of high-quality portrait photographs of the drivers described, in colour where possible, together with key biographical information and successes. This magnificent encyclopaedia breaks new ground in motor racing research and will be treasured by anyone interested in the history of the sport.

Reference & ResearchEncyclopaedias & reference worksReference worksSport & HobbiesSports & outdoor recreationMotor sportsCar racing Publisher: Haynes Publishing Group Publication Date: 26/07/2013 ISBN-13: 9781844254330  Details: Type: Hardback Format: Books
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Peter Higham is a director of Haymarket Consumer Media, the leading publisher of motorsport magazines and websites, and runs the company's photographic business, LAT, the world's largest archive of motorsport photographs. He has contributed statistical analysis to Autosport and has produced a statistics-based book that was first published in 1995 as The Guinness Guide to International Motor Racing and then updated in 2003 as the International Motor Racing Guide. He was also co-author of World Motor Racing Circuits, published by Andre Deutsch in 1999.

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