Lola

The Illustrated History 1957 to 1977

Lola The Illustrated History 1957 to 1977
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Format: Trade Paperback , 192 Pages
ISBN: 9781787111042
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Lola, the British car manufacturer, is probably the best-known and most-respected builder of racing cars, and has built successful cars for almost every racing formula.

This book covers the 63 types of Lola car built between 1957 and 1977, and is written by Lola expert John Starkey; curator of the Donington racing car collection.

The author

John Starkey has owned many sports and racing cars including  Lola T70, Ferrari 250GT, Porsche RSR, several Porsche 911 road cars (including RS 3.0 and 2.7 versions), and numerous Jaguar XK120s.

John, who lives in Florida, USA, has written a number of automotive books including the following  for Veloce – Ferrari 250GT “Tour de France,” Porsche 911 R RS RSR, Lola – The Illustrated History 1957-1977 and Lola – All The Sports Racing & Single-seater Racing Cars 1978-1997.

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Format: Trade Paperback , 192 Pages
ISBN: 9781787111042
Illustrations: 175 color & b/w photos
Size: 8.15 in x 9.84 in / 207.01 mm x 249.94 mm
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