Motor Racing at Thruxton in the 1980s

Motor Racing at Thruxton in the 1980s
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Format: Paperback / softback, 96 Pages
ISBN: 9781845843694
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One of the fastest motor racing circuits in the UK, Thruxton is a supreme test of high speed skill – especially where the art of slipstreaming is concerned. Consequently, it is both feared and revered. This book makes full use of the author’s unique collection of many previously unpublished color photos to follow the evolution of UK motorsport at the venue through the 1980s.

The author

A member of the Guild of Motoring Writers, Bruce has followed motor racing at his local circuit of Thruxton for more than 40 years. Bruce was originally an official at the circuit before becoming a photojournalist. Throughout the 1980s, Bruce contributed to the BARCÆs Thruxton race programs, before becoming editor of the clubÆs BARC News (now Startline). He continues to contribute to this publication, specializing in Thruxton events. BruceÆs photographs and articles have appeared in motorsport magazines worldwide.

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Format: Paperback / softback, 96 Pages
ISBN: 9781845843694
Illustrations: 100 color & b-w photos
Size: 8.25 in x 7.5 in x 0.35 in / 209.55 mm x 190.5 mm x 8.89 mm
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