Just finished cover-to-cover reading of the new history of BRM by Ian Wagstaff/Doug. An excellent, concise history with so many really good illustrations, perfectly complementing the text. Inevitably (to me) there's maximum fascination with the two sixteen cylinder engines. The photographs of the H16, which was in terms of look and sound so aesthetically pleasing, reinforce my disappointment that it was not successful and so soon abandoned.
As satisfying as this book is in its own right, it's still a bit of an appetiser for me . . . for part four of 'the saga,' so please don't forget Doug that many of us still long for the day when it finally breaks cover!