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by Paul Parker

Category: Automotive
Subcategory: Engineering and Transport
Author: Paul Parker
ISBN: 1859609600
ISBN13: 978-1859609606
Language: English
Publisher: Haynes Publishing (December 22, 2003)
Pages: 208
Fb2 eBook: 1613 kb
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Paul Parker is the author of several titles in Haynes’s In Camera series covering sports car racing and Formula 1 in the decades 1960-69 and 1970-79, and his work has also been published in Octane, Motor Sport and the Daily Telegraph. He lives in Switzerland.

Paul Parker is the author of several titles in Haynes’s In Camera series covering sports car racing and Formula 1 in the decades 1960-69 and 1970-79, and his work has also been published in Octane, Motor Sport and the Daily Telegraph. Hardcover: 208 pages. Publisher: Haynes Publishing (December 22, 2003).

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As always, Paul Parker provides his well-observed captions and overviews of each year. Format Hardback 240 pages. Dimensions 230 x 280 x 2. 2mm 1,315. Publication date 02 Jul 2018. Publisher Behemoth Publishing Limited.

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Paul Parker in Camera. Paul Parker in Camera. uk, de, fr, it or es. November 16, 2018 ·. At the recent RAC book of the year awards one of the speakers, Ian Titchmarsh (the renowned motor racing journalist), mentioned ‘Paul Parkers extraordinary In Camera series’ and how he’d just received the latest volume on prototypes from the 80s which was excellent. I am at Goodwood today and tomorrow, signing books at Chaters and Hortons.

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This beautifully illustrated, deeply nostalgic book examines the evolution of the Grand Prix genre through one of its classic decades, when the sport moved into the increasingly commercial and high-tech era. It is also the story of how sponsors took over the main identity of the teams, with the sport becoming global as the English-speaking drivers were joined by newcomers such as Emerson Fittipaldi, Ronnie Peterson, Jody Scheckter, Niki Lauda and Nelson Piquet.
Comments to eBook Formula 1 in Camera 1970-79
Faezahn
This entire series is worth owning for any racing fan. The photos, if not always careful or artful compositions, are historically significant. The price of these books is moving up steadily as collectors drive it, yet if you can find these for at or near $100, these are worth the money. There is no sign the price will decline any time soon.
Kecq
What a great sequal to the last book. Many of the pics were not published in any stuff I've read before. I love this series, especially the 70's when cars looked different and if you erased the sponsorhip decals, you could still tell one from another. Drivers kept the same color sceme on their helmets so you knew who was who. Then and earlier, the driver was still a very important component of the race car. A great driver might take a mediocre car to the top. A great car might improve a marginal driver. Today the car is everything. A great driver in a bad car means 15th place! A mediocre driver in a great car also means 15th place. Too complicated and scientific. Ken Tyrrell and Lord Hesketh could not have built today's car on their estates like the70's and that was a great thing.
Grarana
After watching Rush last year, I became very interested in Formula One, building the models of the cars and just wanting to know more about what was going on during the 70's since that seemed to be the time that the teams were experimenting the most with how to improve the performance of the cars. The Tyrrell P34 six-wheeled car and the controversial Brabham "Fan Car" stand out the most but just seeing how the cars evolved drastically from year to year in this era are more than enough reason to purchase this book and the accompanying volume!!
Morlunn
After watching Rush last year, I became very interested in Formula One, building the models of the cars and just wanting to know more about what was going on during the 70's since that seemed to be the time that the teams were experimenting the most with how to improve the performance of the cars. The Tyrrell P34 six-wheeled car and the controversial Brabham "Fan Car" stand out the most but just seeing how the cars evolved drastically from year to year in this era are more than enough reason to purchase this book and the accompanying volume!!
anonymous
The great thing about these series of books is they don't focus on the major teams of the era, they give the small teams some appreciation as well. In fact, there are more pics of the independents of the day than of the factory teams. This means lots of pics of some genuinely ugly ( "innovative" ) cars. Ligiers Tea Pot, something called a Kauhsen WK, the horrid Arrows A1 and A2,Copesucar FD 01, all sorts of oddly decorated Mclaren M23's and a March 751 with outboard planks fitted to the rear wing that needs to be seen to be believed! Back markers and DNQ's aplenty! Interesting stuff!
Grari
Very nice book. Beautiful and interesting photos, fine paper, good text. It is a good purchase.
Hurus
The book contains a collection of impressive photographs, along with informative narrative. It makes a welcome addition to the library of any Formula racing fan interested in the history.
I've always been a huge Formula 1 fan and have always loved the cars from beginning days and to see them in photographed and with colored, its just absolute amazing!!
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