McLaren - The Wins: It is not until you stop and count up McLaren's victories, since its inception in 1964, that you truly appreciate the breadth and depth of this amazing marque's footprint in motorsport. No other racing team can lay claim to successes across such a vast spectrum: McLaren has been victorious in Formula 1, Formula 2, Formula 3, Formula A5000, Indy cars Can-Am and Interserie sportscars and at Le Mans.This landmark 320 page, large format, all colour 12 x 12 inch hardback publication from award-winning Coterie Press does what no other book has ever sought to achieve, painstakingly recording all of McLaren's contemporary victories from 1964 until 2010. Today, McLaren is rightly lauded as one of the greatest racing teams in history, able to hold up its head with honour in such august company as Ferrari, Williams and Team Lotus. The stories of success within these pages are a glowing testament to its outstanding achievement. McLaren - The cars: The McLaren marque has an illustrious history spanning six decades at the forefront of both motor racing and road car design. This stunning book by award winning publisher Coterie Press is, without doubt, one of the greatest-ever titles on a single marquee product by an independent publisher. This third edition of 'The Cars' covers every model produced by McLaren between 1964 and 2011, it features each and every race car, road car and even a soapbox . This 320 page, large format, all colour 12 x 12 in, hardback publication contains over 790 photographs, 85 percent of which were specially commissioned. With in-depth text on each car, a foreword by Ron Dennis, chapter introductions by McLaren stars Emerson Fittipaldi, Alain Prost, Niki Lauda, Mika Hakkinen and Lewis Hamilton, as well as a comprehensive appendix section covering race results and specifications, this is far more than just a picture book. Produced with full co-operation and endorsement of the McLaren Group, it is the definitive history of all the McLaren Cars.
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