Books - Alan Mann Racing F3L/P68 (Authors: Heuvink)
Product Review Taken From Four Small Wheels Magazine Alan Mann Racing F3L/P68 Weight 2.5kg by Ed Heuvink Although the main focus of this lavishly illustrated, slip-cased volume is the beautiful F3L prototype, it is also a fairly good general history of Alan Mann Racing, showing the company’s exploits in a variety of disciplines with Ford machinery. The F3L was designed for a 3-litre prototype regulation and from the outset was based around the new Ford Cosworth DFV engine, the first sports car to be so powered. Archive documents and images show the design and development and there are plenty of fascinating images of the car under construction. The short race history is covered, including Chris Irwin’s Nurburgring accident, and the story is completed with the rediscovery of one of the chassis in a very sorry state in the Donington Collection’s storage and its subsequent rebuild and new career on the historic scene.
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158 pages, 219 images. Released 02/08/17
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