's 48 years since Anthony Pritchard qualified as a solicitor, and 47 years since his first book was published (Formula One, George Allen & Unwin). Anthony has been a motor racing enthusiast since his school days, and he is recognised as an authority on matters Maserati and Ferrari. He is a regular visitor to Modena, home of the two great Italian marques, and his book Maserati, a history, published in 1976, is still regarded as the standard history on the marque.
colourful and fun. A thorough look at several Formula One eras from a different angle. Classic Cars a very useful reference Classic & Sports Car (UK) Graham Robson's history of the DFV could not be more comprehensive. It is as detailed as it is photographically glorious and will be the key reference for anyone needing a large dose of DFV ... it is hard to imagine a more complete work on the most influential engine in the history of racing. Motor Sport the definitive guide to the DFV and derivative engined Fl cars, by an author who has met and spoken to most of the main actors over the years www.silhouet.com a detailed and superbly illustrated account of the Formula 1 cars powered by the legendary Ford-Cosworth DFV V8 engine ... a great addition to any Ford or Cosworth fan's library. Classic Ford a fascinating everyday story ... Graham Robson has written two books in one; first it's a good story which includes the necessary heroes and villains, then comes the reference bible on what became the 'world's favourite Formula One engine'. RETRO SPEED wonderfully readable ... A must-have for every car enthusiast. klassiekerrally.nl a detailed look at the DFV-powered F1 car that dominated Formula one between 1968 and 1983 ... The only thing that is missing is a sound track to play so you can fully experience these great sounding engines. Hagerty Classic Cars newsletter a must for fans of racing Automobilismo d'epoch A great piece of F1 history with many unique pictures Klassiek & Techniek Graham Robson has written more about motor sport than most people will ever read, and this is classic 'Grobson' prose: wry, dry, occasionally witty and always authoritative ... this looks like a sure-fire future collector's item. Octane (UK) superbly illustrated account of all DFV-powered cars, providing an insight into a fascinating period of motor racing history. Ford News a useful source of reference not available elsewhere ... not only an excellent reference book but an enjoyable and informative one, written in the typically readable style we have come to expect from its prolific and respected author. Speedscene Author Robson pays a proper tribute to the late Anthony Pritchard ... a good addition to F1 history at a fascinating period. New Zealand Classic Car