McLaren-Formula 1 Hartmut Lehbrink

ISBN: 9783829009454

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1320 pages


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McLaren-Formula 1  by  Hartmut Lehbrink

McLaren-Formula 1 by Hartmut Lehbrink
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The history of Team McLaren may be divided into three phases. The early period ends abrubtly with the untimely death of the company founder, Bruce McLaren, in 1970. In the decades that follow, his legacy is carried forward by such eminently capableMoreThe history of Team McLaren may be divided into three phases. The early period ends abrubtly with the untimely death of the company founder, Bruce McLaren, in 1970.

In the decades that follow, his legacy is carried forward by such eminently capable men as Teddy Mayer and Phil Kerr. With Ron Dennis takeover of the company in 1980, the teams energies are directed toward new priorities. One thread weaves throughout the entire 33-year history of McLaren: its rise to preeminence in Formula 1. The current situation, the epic duel between McLaren and Ferrari for dominance on the worlds race tracks, comes down to a battle between two Titans to determine who is the best in the glittering high-speed arena of Formula 1 racing.

The worlds best racers have driven, and continue to drive, for McLaren: Emerson Fittipaldi and Niki Lauda, Alain Prost, Ayrton Senna and Mika Hakkinen. Their stories, too, are told in this book.



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