Sports Car and Competition Driving by Paul Frère
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Cambridge. Robert Bentley, Inc. 1969. Later printing. Hardcover with pictorial dust jacket. Book condition: Fine, light sunning on top edge. Jacket condition: Fine, minor edge wear and creasing on spine. 144 pp. (ill. in b/w).
A practical race car driving manual, penned by the iconic Paul Frère—Le Mans winner, Grand Prix driver, and Road & Track magazine's European editor.
With the aid of 60 photographs and diagrams M. Frère explains the correct line to take on various types of corners and why, the effects of peculiarities of surface, and analyses the forces acting on a car in cornering. This book has been written for the car-owner who wishes to try their hand at competition work- both racing and rallying.