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Following the success of Haynesrs"s In Camera titles covering sports car racing and Formula 1 in the 1960s and 1970s, the spotlight is turned on the 1950s, starting with the vibrant sports car scene of that decade. Meticulously researched and rare photographs over half of them in color are brought to life through the authorrs"s well-observed and atmospheric commentary to create a visually stunning and highly nostalgic record of this dramatic decade. Sports Car Racing in Camera 195059 will appeal not only to motor racing enthusiasts but also to anyone interested in the racing history of sports car manufacturers.
Paul Parker is the author of four previous titles in Haynes’s In Camera series covering sports car racing and Formula 1 in the decades 1960-69 and 1970-79, and his work has also been published in Octane, Motor Sport and the Daily Telegraph. He lives in Switzerland.