Eighty Four Hours of Endurance
By Michael Keyser –
Autographed by either Vic Elford or
by Derek Bell and Vic Elford or
by Brian Redman, Derek Bell and Vic Elford
In 1969, two of the most famous sports car manufacturers in the world, one German and one Italian, built what even today are considered the epitome of what a race car should be.
The ensuing fight between the Porsche 917 and the Ferrari 512 S, driven to the limit by some of the sport’s greatest stars has forever been regarded as a special two years in sports car racing, captivating a global audience and providing the storyline for Le Mans, an epic Hollywood film.
The drivers were a veritable who’s who of 1970s motor racing—Andretti, Ickx, Redman, Siffert, Rodriguez, Elford, Gurney, Larrousse, Cevert, Oliver, Posey, Beltoise to name a few.
This book takes you back to the grid, onto the track, into the pits, around the paddock and behind the scenes for a memorable ride through time.
9.5″ x 12.5″ – 244 Pages – 220 B&W and 290 Color Photographs