British American Racing: From Dream to Reality

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Hazleton, 1999 - Transportation - 160 pages
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Subtitled: From Dream to Reality. This unparalled work captures the unfolding human drama and portrays the development of the British American Racing team spirit and the formation of its character. Meet the people who have impacted F1, witness their achievements, strengths, motivations and determination. Giansanti and Donaldson fully reveal how BAR made its mark in F1 with its unique personality and spirited style. Hdbd., 9 3/4" x 12 1/2", 160 pgs., 120 color ill.

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Contents

Section 1
30
Section 2
43
Section 3
44
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About the author (1999)

Gerald Donaldson is one of the world's most highly regarded motor sport authors. He has written several books, among them the highly acclaimed James Hunt: The Biography. He has also recently edited Formula 1: The Autobiography. Gerald is Grand Prix Editor of Formula One Magazine.

Jeff Israely has been the Rome bureau chief for "TIME" magazine since 2001, responsible for the magazine's coverage of Italy and the Vatican. Prior to this, he was a correspondent in Rome for the "Associated Press" and the "Boston Globe." He lives in Rome with his wife and their two children. Photojournalist Gianni Giansanti won first prize at the World Press Conference in Amsterdam for his report on a day in the private life of Pope John Paul II, published in 1988. He is also the author of "Vanishing Africa" (White Star).

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