For 30 years some of the most talented and bravest drivers have battled across the continents of the world to claim what is arguably motorsport's toughest prize: the World Rally Championship. Now a multi-million dollar, global technology battle and terrestrial television phenomenon played out over the frozen wastes of Finland, the dusty plains of Australia and the sun-kissed mountain roads of Corsica, the WRC has reached its 30th birthday. This book celebrates that important milestone and paints an exhaustively detailed picture of the people and personalities who have shaped this great sport. The Complete Book of the World Rally Champions provides a biographical account of the 65 men who have won at least one World Championship Rally since 1973. The biographies are compiled by the sport's leading writers and historians and complemented by stunning photography. The book includes a detailed and accurate statistical career record of each driver, plus highlights of all the significant cars.... of speed, but capable of a coolly analytical approach to most problems thrown up by this unpredictable sport. a su 22 GreatBrnan 1998 33 portAr (6th) 23 UontaCarto 24 26 ... Group N Subaru Legacy for the British National Championship.
|Title||:||The Complete Book of the World Rally Championship|
|Author||:||Henry Hope-Frost, John Davenport|
|Publisher||:||Motorbooks - 2004|