American Grand Prix Racing: A Century of Drivers & Cars

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Motorbooks International, 1997 - Sports & Recreation - 196 pages
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Americans' involvement in Grand Prix and Formula I racing throughout the 20th century is chronicled in this fascinating history, which focuses on American drivers such as Richie Ginther and Dan Gurney, and World Champions Phil Hill and Mario Andretti. The book recounts their glory years in the '50s, '60s, and '70s and covers the failed 1993 Formula I attempt of U.S.-born Michael Andretti, Mario's son. The text is complemented with outstanding historical photography and a 16-page color photo section captures the flash and spectacle of Grand Prix competition.

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