European Touring Car Championship 1970–1975

Harold Schwarz

€71.09

Publisher : Sportfahrer

Reference : LK77073

The first half of the 1970s was a golden era for touring car racing.

Read more
Available on order

Expected delivery date : 29/06/2024
Print

he first half of the 1970s was a golden era for touring car racing. The battles between Ford and BMW are legendary, while Alfa Romeo played its own important part in deciding races and championships. In Germany touring cars provided a platform for young drivers to launch international careers. Jochen Mass, Hans-Joachim Stuck, Hans Heyer and Klaus Ludwig all started their careers in tin-tops. In the European Touring Car Championship, they didn’t just come up against national and international touring car warhorses like Toine Hezemans, Dieter Glemser, Gian Luigi Picchi, Dieter Quester and Carlo Facetti, but also Formula 1 stars current and future like Jackie Stewart and Niki Lauda. This book delves into exciting races from the era and details the technology behind all of the important cars, including those from Abarth, Chevrolet, Fiat, Mazda, Mercedes and Opel. It’s a comprehensive overview of a fascinating time in touring car racing.

LK77073

Data sheet

Author
Harold Schwarz
Publisher
Sportfahrer
Publishing Date
2021
Size
24x28 cm
ISBN
9783945390122
Illustration
400
Number of pages
352
Language
English
Condition
New
Binding
Hardbound

 Reviews (0) - Review moderation  


There are no reviews for this product yet.

Related products