Product Review Taken From Four Small Wheels Magazine Grac 1964 to 1974 Weight 1.2kg by Gérard Gamand The racing cars created by Serge Aziosmanoff are little known outside France but they were popular in national races and hillclimbs in a variety of classes. The marque started with a Formula 3 car, using a Ford engine (initially attached to a 2CV transaxle!) and it was in this car that Henri Pescarolo made his single seater debut. More F3 designs followed, along with F2, sports prototypes of various capacities and even a road car project. All types are detailed in this photo-packed book and there is input from many involved in the building and driving of the cars to give an accurate history. FRENCH TEXT.
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Formula One or single seater, Le Mans, Rally
144 pages. FRENCH TEXT.
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