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The British at Indianapolis

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de Ian Wagstaff, Veloce novembre 2010, 256 pages 25 x 25 cm, couverture rigide sous jaquette, 300 photos NB et couleur, texte anglais.
• The overall British involvement in the Indianapolis 500 published in full for the first tim
• The Brits revolutionised the Indianapolis 500 and have produced two winners in the past four years
• Divided into four eras examining the British influence in each
• Foreword by Dario Franchitti 2007 Indy 500 winner, 2009 & 2007 IndyCar Series Champion
• Publication co-incides with 100th anniversary of the first Indy race for a British driver, Hughie Hughes
Description: A history of the British influence on the Indianapolis 500, including not only the drivers and cars, but the many others – mechanics, designers, and officials – who have been involved. The story is set out in a series of stand-alone chapters, with a wide variety of informative sidebars, and goes back 100 years to the early days of the race, through the British-led, rear-engined revolution of the 1960s to the present day.
Synopsis: The British at Indianapolis follows the format of the author’s award winning The British at Le Mans. It recounts the history of the Indianapolis 500 race through the eyes and actions of those British born or British citizens who have driven in it, or been involved in any other way – be it as a designer, mechanic, or official. It also examines the British built cars that have won the Indy 500 and the significance of the rear engined revolution brought to the Indianapolis Motor Speedway by Cooper in 1961, and elevated to success by Lotus and Lola. It includes such names as Jim Clark, Graham Hill and Nigel Mansell. In addition to the 500 it includes other races at the IMS, notably Lewis Hamilton’s victory in the Formula One Grand Prix there. It is a story that goes back to the first 500 in 1911, when London-born Hughie Hughes became the first British-born driver to race in the 500, to the present day, with more British than ever competing in the race and British drivers winning twice in the last four years.
Independent Reviews: "Wagstaff does a fine job and laces the story with plenty of quotes from drivers and engineers. Highly recommended." – Classic & Sports Car


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