Magnificent book of eye-wateringly good black and white photos from international motor racing in the 60s.
Despite the title this is a lot more than just a book of Portraits photos and covers lot more than just F1. Photographer Rainer Schlegelmilch has an extraordinary ability to capture moods and atmosphere in motor racing . You just won't see better, more evocative photos of Clark, Hill, Brabham, Surtees, Ickx, Mairesse and the others.
Lets face it, the 60s was a era when photographers had it all - plenty of oportunity to capture visually more dramatic cars driven by easily visible accessable , expressive drivers on great , picturesque circuits unhindered by fencing and run-off areas....
320 very large pages. Fine condition, very heavy book