Alpine Trials & Rallies: 1910 - 1973
There was nothing like the early Alpine Trials of 1910 to 1914 in Austria to take the motor car to its limits, as Rolls-Royce discovered in 1913. For those dare-devils who flirted with death, taking their fragile motors over mule tracks with totally unprotected edges, the Alpine was the ultimate challenge. Written by a seven-time Alpine Rally competitor and featuring rare photographs, this book charts the full history of this illustrious motorssport event.
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Page 4 - ... Trust. Founded in memory of the famous motoring researcher and author Michael Sedgwick (1926-1983), the Trust is a registered charity to encourage new research and the recording of motoring history. Suggestions for future projects, and donations, should be sent to the Honorary Secretary of the Michael Sedgwick Trust, c/o the John Montagu Building, Beaulieu, Hampshire, SO42 7ZN, England.