The races were a chilling preview of Germany's technical dominance as English drivers were overwhelmed by the might of the Mercedes-Benz and Auto Union teams. Filled with race details, historic photos, and a fascinating social history. Contains reflections from people who saw the races, including Murray Walker. Extensively researched through British and German diaries, Mercedes and Audi archives, old films, magazines and newspapers of the day.
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About the Author
Christopher Hilton is the author of numerous high-quality books about motor racing subjects, including biographies of Michael Schumacher, Ayrton Senna and Murray Walker. He lives in Sawbridgeworth, Hertfordshire, England.