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by Hajime Saburi,Louis Sugahara


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Louis Sugahara, Hajime Saburi (Translator)

Louis Sugahara, Hajime Saburi (Translator). Japanese artist and automotive designer Louis Sugahara has created more than one hundred meticulous drawings of Mercedes-Benz Grand Prix race cars for fans of the invincible Silver Arrows.

Louis Sugahara, whose fascination with Mercedes-Benz race cars began in childhood .

Louis Sugahara, whose fascination with Mercedes-Benz race cars began in childhood, combines his artistic talent and automotive expertise to take readers back to the golden age of Grand Prix racing when the Silver Arrows dominated the circuits. From the W25 to the W196, Sugahara traces the evolution of the Mercedes-Benz Grand Prix race cars that competed between 1934 and 1955, including the renowned 300 SLR racing sports car.

Louis Sugahara, Hajime Saburi. Louis Sugahara, whose fascination with Mercedes-Benz race cars began in childhood, combines his artistic talent and automotive expertise to take readers back to the golden age of Grand Prix racing when the Silver Arrows dominated the circuits.

Mercedes-Benz Grand Prix Race Cars, 1934-1955.

Mercedes-Benz Grand Prix Racing 1934-1955  .

The history of the silver Grand Prix racing cars from Mercedes-Benz stretches back to June 1934, when . The W 196 R dominated the race tracks again in 1955.

The history of the silver Grand Prix racing cars from Mercedes-Benz stretches back to June 1934, when the Mercedes-Benz W 25 made its debut in the Eifelrennen at the Nurburgring. The winner back then: Manfred von Brauchitsch. The goal of being the best in the race has not changed for Mercedes-Benz over the years. In the seven races of the season, it chalked up five victories, including four 1-2 finishes, and Juan Manuel Fangio repeated his win of the Formula One World Championship. The 300 SLR captured the sports car world championship and the 300 SL the European Touring Car Championship.

Mercedes Benz Grand Prix Racing 1934-1955. a well known book by monkhouse in english, this is a german printing from 2002. Mercedes-Benz Grand Prix Racing 1934 - 1955 by George C Monkhouse (1984). NOW REDUCED - THE GRAND PRIX MERCEDES BENZ TYPE W125 BOOK, jenkinson jm. £1. 9. Mercedes benz grand prix 1934 to 1955 motor racing book - german. Good pictorial content though. If this is required it will be necessary to send your parcel "signed for" which will be at extra cost.

These are the complete Grand Prix racing and Formula One results for Mercedes-Benz. key) (results in bold indicate pole position, results in italics indicate fastest lap). Von Brauchitsch took over Fagioli's car after his own retired. After Caracciola's car developed mechanical problems, he gave up and Fagioli took over as his car had already retired.

Louis Sugahara, whose fascination with Mercedes-Benz race cars began in childhood, combines his artistic talent and automotive expertise to take readers back to the golden age of Grand Prix racing when the Silver Arrows dominated the circuits. From the W25 to the W196, Sugahara traces the evolution of the Mercedes-Benz Grand Prix race cars that competed between 1934 and 1955, including the renowned 300 SLR racing sports car. Using historical records, the author documents the ongoing modifications that were made to the cars due to formula rules, circuit conditions, and the racing styles of such legendary drivers as Caracciola, Lang, von Brauchitsch, Fagioli, Fangio, Herrmann, Moss, and Kling. The book captures the excitement of Mercedes' greatest victories as well as the dedication of racing manager Alfred Neubauer and the genius of the engineering team behind the Three-Pointed Star. The lively narrative is illustrated with rare historical photographs and more than one hundred original drawings by the author. These meticulous renderings of the vehicles, accompanied by detailed commentary, show how body styling and even minor exterior features, such as the radiator grille, windscreen, and rear-view mirror, were influenced by the constant process of modification and experimentation. Supplemented by an appendix containing circuit layouts, race results, and model specifications, this unique "picture book for grown-ups" conveys the enormous technical and emotional appeal of the invincible Mercedes.
Mercedes-Benz Grand Prix Race Cars 1934 - 1955 download epub
Automotive
Author: Hajime Saburi,Louis Sugahara
ISBN: 1933123001
Category: Engineering & Transportation
Subcategory: Automotive
Language: English
Publisher: Classique Car Library (October 31, 2004)
Pages: 255 pages