Each month we create a new booklist from our library collection to mark our motoring heritage. This month’s booklist includes the brightest and best acquisitions of the Club Library this year.
– Anders Ditlev Clausager, 2016. Wolseley: a very British car. Shebbear Beaworthy: Herridge & Sons. – an undoubted reference for this historic marque
– Colin Crabbe, 2016. Colin Crabbe: thrill of the chase. Deerfield, Illinois: Dalton Watson. – a richly-led life of motoring experiences
– Wilberforce De Forte; edited by Richard Skelton, 2016. A life a-wheel: the ‘auto’-biography of W de Forte. Dorchester: Veloce. – whimsical autobiography of renowned motoring journalist
– Wes Eisenschenk, 2016. Lost muscle cars: 45 stories of hunting the most elusive and valuable muscle cars. Forest Lake, Minnesota: CarTech. – barn finds of a particular and rare breed
– David Hayhoe, 2016. Formula 1: the knowledge: records and trivia since 1950. Seaford, East Sussex: David Hayhoe Publications. – fine cornucopia of ‘less talked about’ Grand Prix history
– Hartmut Lehbrink, 2016. 90 years of Nürburgring: the history of the famous Nordschleife. Bielefeld, Germany: Delius Klasing & Co. – filling a surprising gap in the literature on this iconic circuit
– Fergus McAnallen, 2016. King Fisher: the story of rally legend Bertie Fisher. Donaghadee, Ireland: Cottage Publications. – much lauded Irish rally champion
– Martin Pfunder, 2015. The rise and fall of the French Alpine Rally. Purkersdorf, Austria: Verlagsbuchhandlung Brüder Hollinek. – a gem of a European rally route
– Daniele Pozzi, 2015. De Tomaso: from Buenos Aires to Modena. Deerfield, Illinois: Dalton Watson. – history of an automotive visionary
– Graham Robson, 2016. Grand Prix Ford: Ford, Cosworth and the DFV. Dorchester: Veloce. – limited edition, authoritative work
– Ian Wagstaff, 2016. Maserati 250F: the autobiography of 2528. Tenbury Wells: Porter Press. – the comprehensive history of the chassis of this great racing marque/model
– Terry Wright, 2015. Power without glory: racing the Big-Twin Cooper. Pymble, New South Wales: Loose Fillings. – revolutionary car design in its time
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