The Cruel Sport
by Robert Daley
A reprint of the 1963 classic book on Grand Prix racing. During
the 1950s and into the 1960s, Grand Prix racing was done not
on race tracks but the races were ran on the streets and roads
in cities and the countrysides. Trees, houses, curbs, man hole
covers were objects that had to be avoided. There were no big
purses nor were advertising decals on the race cars. Everyone
raced for the fun of it. The risks were high as many crashes
happened and fatalies also were many.
Size: 9.25"x 12.5"