Award-winning American photographer Al Satterwhite captured this golden era. With "The Racers" he presents an incomparable album that shows much more than pictures of cars and famous racing drivers.
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What the European Motorsport Le Mans is for the US fan are the 24-hour races at Daytona and the 12-hour race at Sebring. Between 1963 and 1973 in particular, the legendary long-distance races thrilled millions of spectators here with ever higher speeds and breakneck action. This is made possible by the car manufacturer's never-ending ideas and the technical progress that is revolutionizing racing again and again.
Award-winning American photographer Al Satterwhite captured this golden era. With "The Racers" he presents an incomparable album that shows much more than pictures of cars and famous racing drivers. Fully designed in black and white and with an extraordinary scrapbook look, you can experience the most breathtaking moments on and next to the tracks as close and full of excitement as if you had been there live.
Always close to the action: exciting racing action and impressive driver portraits of long-distance legends such as Phil Hill, Carroll Shelby and Steve McQueen
Photos of all legendary racing cars from the 1963–1973 era from Ferrari, Porsche, Alfa Romeo and more
With a foreword by Brian Redman, former Formula 1 driver and winner of Daytona and Sebring
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