Motor Racing at Crystal Palace: London's Own Circuit

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Veloce Publishing Ltd, 18 set 2005 - 96 pagine
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The history of one of Britain's oldest race circuits Many rare/unseen photographs Coverage of the very early meetings 1899-1902 Coverage of the final speed events 1997-2001 Events that took place after the circuit's closure The circuit as it is today Potential future plans for the venue A much needed update on the track's history.

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S.S Collins grew up in South London within sight of the Crystal Palace Race Circuit and at the age of 16, he found himself on work experience at Williams F1. He has been heavily involved in the sport ever since, having studied automotive and motorsport engineering he then went on a mission to write a clear and easy-to-use guide to getting started in motorsport (How to Get Started in Motorsport – Veloce).

Since then, he has written for Motorsport News, Autosport, and Model Collector. He has also written three other Veloce bestsellers: Autodrome - The lost race circuits of Europe, Unraced ... and a homage to where it all began for him in Motor Racing at Crystal Palace - London's own circuit.

Currently, he is working as Deputy Editor of the world's leading journal of motorsport technology Racecar Engineering, a position that gives him unique access to the inner workings of international motorsport, and is also a regular on entry lists as he competes in sprints, hillclimbs, races, rallies and trials. He lives in St Ippolyts near Hitchin, in Hertforshire.  

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