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Lamborghini: At the Cutting Edge of Design
by Gautam Sen, with Branko Radovinovic and Kaare Byberg

Since the unveiling of the Lamborghini Miura at the 1966 Geneva Motor Show, this marque from Sant’Agata Bolognese with the raging bull emblem has been one of the most famous and desirable purveyors of the supercar. What has really distinguished Lamborghini has been a series of models with remarkable, ground-breaking shapes, each one a veritable design revolution. This book celebrates the design history of Lamborghini through numerous period reports and previously unpublished images, delving into the extraordinary shapes and the intrepid personalities who made Lamborghini what it is today.



Formula 1
by Peter Nygaard

Since its creation in 1950, motor racing enthusiasts have been attracted to the Formula 1 world championship. In addition to the fans attending the Grand Prix circuits, millions of television viewers enthusiastically follow each race. This book, illustrated with more than 400 images, celebrates and reports on more than 70 years at the pinnacle of motor racing: the legendary champions ­– Fangio, Stewart, Lauda, Prost, Senna, Schumacher, Hamilton – the biggest victories, track incidents, and technological developments.



Lime Rock Park: The Early Years 1955-1975
by Terry O'Neil

Lime Rock Park, the oldest continuously operated road course in America came about more by accident than design. Construction of the course began in 1955 at a time when open road racing had been banned in many states. Dubbed ‘The Road Racing Center of the East’ the park has a turbulent history bedevilled by financial crises, discord with the SCCA New England Region and expensive court cases involving the Lime Rock Protective Association. Despite the struggle to keep the circuit afloat, it prevailed against all odds. This book narrates this history of mixed fortunes during the first twenty years of the park’s existence when it was under the ownership of four different people and contains material unseen before including over 1,000 images.



Marcel Pourtout: Carrossier
by Jon Pressnell. Foreword by Kévin Pourtout

Written by award-winning author Jon Pressnell, this is the first history of Carrosserie Pourtout and has been compiled with the full and generous support of the Pourtout family. Using surviving documentation from the archives held by Kévin Pourtout, it tells the complete story of this enterprising small business, from its inception in 1925 to its demise in 1994. // READ MORE



Fit for a King: The Royal Garage of the Shah of Iran
by Borzou Sepasi

In his broad spanning work, Iranian automotive historian Borzou Sepasi traces the history of the royal garage of each Iranian Shah. The book also intertwines many of the historical events in Iran with the cars of the period, highlighting the special role these vehicles played. // READ MORE



Shelby Cobras: CSX 2001 – CSX 2125 The Definitive Chassis-by-Chassis History of the Mark I Production Cars
by Robert D. Walker

Carroll Shelby’s creation of the Cobra automobile during 1961-1962 transformed an aging British sports car into a 1965 World Manufacturers GT Championship winner for Shelby American. This book narrates the work required to develop the first production Ford-powered AC Ace 3.6 roadsters that today are referred to as Mark I Leaf Spring Cobras. The author has researched each of the 125 production Mark I Cobras built and conducted several hundred interviews with the people connected with each car. This uncovered unknown histories and facts, as well as hundreds of previously unpublished photographs and documents. Seasoned Cobraphiles, novice enthusiasts and especially those who had the foresight to buy the cars, will enjoy the hundreds of fascinating snippets and backstories about the people and the cars. // READ MORE