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Racing Driver : The Theory and Practice of Fast Driving
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Jenkinson is the only person who denid thousands of miles as a racing passenger with the most famous Grand Prix drivers of the fifties, including Stirling Moss, Juan Manual Fangio, and Mike Hawthorn. Reasonable signs of use and age.
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Senna talks about the tension, stress and anticipation leading up to a race and what it feels like on the track competing for the checkered flag. The word is formed from the German for “wiping,” which Frankenberg used to describe cornering so.
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One of Jenks’ most famous exploits was road-testing an unregistered, unsilenced and very much not road-legal Lotus Formula Two car on the roads near his Hampshire home on Christmas Daythe logic being that the roads would be quiet and few police would be active. Jenkinson is the only person who covered thousands of miles as a racing passenger with the most famous Grand Prix drivers of the fifties, including Stirling Moss, Juan Manual Fangio, and Mike Hawthorn.
In his later years, he became involved with Brooklands Museum and was involved in several adventurous operations, including exploring sealed up underground air raid shelters. Directory of Historic Racing Cars.
The Racing Driver by Denis Jenkinson
Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. Over thirty years later this book is highly valued for its historical perspective and views into the personalities of men who today seem denks than life.
In the sixties Jenkinson did much to promote the sport of deniw racing in the pages of Motor Sport magazine. The Best Books of This great series of yearbooks by one of motor racing’s greatest writers covers the previous year’s season – well illustrated.