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Braking Point - Andrew Neilson
1983 UK hardcover 1st edition, 1st impression, WH Allen, London
A near fine book in near fine unclipped dustwrapper
No names, inscriptions or stamps etc
Tightly bound and square, clean contents and cloth
The jacket has no loss or tears
A formula one mystery, the authors first book and described as the Dick Francis of motor racing
A nice tidy example of an uncommon title
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Mike Brooks was in trouble. As he charged his Porsche 935 round Brands Hatch, other drivers swooped at him like moths mesmerised by a candle-flame. Some were just inexperienced racers who weren't using their mirrors enough. Others were aggressive amateurs who wanted to tell their friends how they'd battled it out with a Grand Prix star. And one was a professional with a score to settle. Guy Taylor had a close-up view of it all because he was co-driving a similar Porsche to Mike's, and had tagged on behind him at the start of Saturday morning's practice session to see what he could learn from the more experienced man. Sports-car racing was new to Guy. He was twenty-six years old, and in eight years of motor racing had driven almost nothing but single-seaters, the exposed-wheel thoroughbreds of motor sport. Guy's midnight-blue and yellow Porsche 935 looked like a caricature of a road-going Porsche 911. Its wheel arches bulged to accommodate fantastically wide tyres, the bonnet ended in a sheer cliff of fibreglass that almost touched the track, and its lengthened tail was dominated by a massive wing.

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