Chris Amon: 1967
is a carefully crafted look at what it was
like to be a Grand Prix driver at the end of
the era that immediately preceded slick tyres and wings, full-face
helmets, effective fire-resistant clothing, self-sealing fuel lines and
other safety devices.
, John Julian has taken my first year with Ferrari as a template and written an attractive and convincing account of what was at times a difficult season. He has interviewed several of my competitors and has shaped the story to better place it in the context of contemporary events.' Chris Amon
The opening of the Great New Zealand Cycle Trail has been eagerly
awaited by New Zealanders and tourists alike. Now that many sections of
the planned trails are completed and open, these two compact guides are
both timely and practical.
Packed with descriptions, useful information, maps, elevations,
numerous photographs and great travelling tips, the books also include
comprehensive listings of accommodation, restaurants and bike service
operators along the way.