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Old 28 Apr 2020, 20:08 (Ref:3973446)   #241
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Came across a new Porsche book after reading the review by blogger Joe Sherlock, his review is below and another showing sample pics, book cover etc. Got mine on amazon.com, but they seem to be out of stock at the moment. It's real nice, mainly covers the air cooled 356 & 911, which are my favorites anyway, lol.

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I've just received this and am finding it a fascinating read.
A good thick book too so it should keep me entertained for ages.
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One of the most enlightening motor racing books I have ever read:
Cars at Speed by Robert Daley.
Originally written in 1960 and subsequently reprinted numerous times, it gives an insight into many forms of motorsport and as importantly, the drivers of bygone eras and the perils encountered, sometimes tragically. The introduction in my edition, written by the author in 2007 is as entertaining a story I have ever read, the authors apprenticeship in early motorsport journalism is fascinating in itself.
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