Lotus: The Competition Cars-All the Racing Type Numbers from 1947 to the Modern Era

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This is a comprehensive survey of Lotus's racing history, covering the extraordinary range of sports-racing and single-seater cars designed by Colin Chapman and his disciples. Grand Prix machinery predominates, with landmark machines such as the 25 (the first monocoque), 49 (the start of the Cosworth-DFV period), 72 (wedge-shaped with side radiators) and 79 (the all-conquering ground-effect design). Into the narrative are woven the memories of Lotus Formula 1 drivers, and an insider's view of the innovations for which Chapman was personally responsible and those credited to him but derived from others

Additional Info

Additional Info

Author Anthony Pritchard
Binding Hardcover
Condition This is a NEW BOOK
Dimensions 9.5w x 11.5h
Illustrations 50 color & 250 b&w illustrations
In Print / Out of Print In Print
New or Used This is a NEW BOOK
Pages 272


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