A personal view of Brands Hatch -- the world's busiest motor racing circuit - during its heyday, using previously unpublished photographs and accounts of events. The book provides a personal view of activities and changes at the track during its heyday and paints an affectionate picture of motor racing at its very best.
During the 1970s, Brands Hatch was the busiest motor racing circuit in the world. Using previously unpublished photographs and on-the-spot accounts of events, this book provides a personal view of the venue's events during its heyday, and paints an affectionate picture of British motor racing at its very best. * Latest title in the sporting nostalgia series "Those Were The Days..." * A spectator's, rather than a competitor's view of Brands Hatch, with personal reminiscences and anecdotes. * Features a history of Brands Hatch racetrack during its heyday, with atmospheric accounts of the main races of the period. * All the photographs in the book are previously unpublished. * Dorset-based Veloce Publishing (pronounced Velo-chay) is named after the faster Alfa-Romeo sports cars, and produces books of the highest possible technical and pictorial quality for the motoring enthusiast.
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