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The Type 35 Bugatti brought new standards of workmanship and finish to racing and was the first Grand Prix car to be catalogued and offered for sale. This Bugatti Type 35 Owners' Workshop Manual contains the Bugatti Story and is an addition to our growing range of classic racing car manuals. Being a sister title to our Bentley 4 1/2 Litre Owner's Workshop Manual, and having input from respected restorers and owners, the book contains sections covering variants, competition history, anatomy, view from drivers, owners and engineers, restoration and historic racing results.
Author: Chas Parker
Author Bio: Chas Parker is a motorsport writer who started his working life in the field of astronomy, as press officer for the Royal Greenwich Observatory. During this time he obtained a degree in mathematics and physics from the Open University. He has contributed to the Philips Encyclopaedia of Astronomy and Patrick Moore’s Yearbook of Astronomy. His main interest, however, is motor racing, and he spent many years taking photographs at different racing circuits around the UK, amassing a collection of many thousands of color transparencies. For some time he has worked as a sub-editor for Motorsport News, and he also reports on events such as the Goodwood Revival meeting and Festival of Speed.
Publisher: Haynes Publishing UK
Binding Type: Hardcover
Illustrations: 200 color & 75 b/w photos
Dimensions: 8.5 x 11