Big Healeys in Competition

Big Healeys in Competition
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For over ten years big Healeys, from the 100/4 to the 3000 Mark III were a force to be recokoned with on the track - at Sebring, Le Mans, in the Mille Miglia and in club competition - and, particularly, on the rally stage. Later the Jensen Healey too was raced by a small but dedicated band of drivers. This book looks at the competion history of these remarkable sports cars in rally, race and record attempt, including the competition history of many individual cars and the the works cars. This carefully researched title sheds new light on the still-glittering glories of the Big Healeys.

The author

John Baggott has been an active motorsport competitor since 1977. John has written numerous magazine articles about classic cars and motorsport. His previous books include MGB – The Racing Story [Crowood 2002].

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Format: Hardback, 200 Pages
ISBN: 9781861268280
Size: 7.5 in x 9.75 in x 0.75 in / 190.5 mm x 247.65 mm x 19.05 mm
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