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Formula 1 in Camera 1950-59 Hardcover – 4 Aug 2011
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About the Author
Paul Parker, a superb photo researcher, has made a speciality out of producing photo books with informed commentary, and all of his In Camera books have been warmly reviewed. He lives in Switzerland.
Top Customer Reviews
Those familiar with the series or with any interests in 1950s Formula 1 should have no hesitation in getting this book. I would go as far as saying it is one of the best histories of this era. Some of the pictures have been seen before but many have not and there is some suberb stuff as befitting covering a time when Debraine, Klementaski and Monkhouse were celebrity snappers at Formula 1 races. But there are other Grand Prix picture books. What makes this series are the detailed captions and the information on who drove what season by season.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Bought this book for my father who already has many books on F1 from the 50’s. Glad I did, as the photos are not ones he has seen previously and the text is detailed. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Amazon Customer
I bought this book for give it away to a friend. He was very happy, and glad to have found something useful. Very good.Published on 21 Jan. 2015 by Mauro 58
A great era for Formula 1 with some truly fantastic photos. Well worth purchasing just to look at the pictures.Published on 2 Oct. 2013 by Den355
Another great work from Paul Parker. It gives us a good view from the first decade of F1, and an era where the documents are rare, specially in color. Read morePublished on 8 July 2013 by Paulo Félix