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#1 Tarvoke

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Posted 28 September 2002 - 12:21

In 1983 I bought the book:

- Grand Prix - the cars, the drivers, the circuits -
The authors of the book were:
David Hodges, Doug Nye and Nigel Roebuck.
It has no photos but more than 350 (fantastic) illustrations by:
Jim Bamber, Neil Breeden, Harry Clow, Jim Robbins and Craig Warwick
The book was first published in 1981 by Michael Joseph Ltd.
It has 224 pages

Now to my question:

I was wondering, if someone knows if there has been a follow-up on this book, i.e. describing the period 1981 - 1990? or if someone knows if there is a follow up planned?

P.s. if question doesn't belong on this board, my apologies


#2 Leif Snellman

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Posted 29 September 2002 - 08:08

Don't do any follow-up Doug! That book is too big to fit in the bookshelf. :lol:

#3 Doug Nye

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Posted 29 September 2002 - 09:44

You need have no fears. I think that book was a disaster for its 'visualiser''-publishers and would not be repeated... :p