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by Andrew Noakes
The Ford-Cosworth DFV dominated Formula One in the 1970s, winning 155 Grands Prix races in a 17-year career. In the mid-1970s its turbocharged DFX derivative took over as the most popular and most successful engine in USAC/CART racing. The DFV series of engines also won in endurance racing, hillclimbing and Formula 3000, and returned to F1 for a final fling in 1987.
This book tells the story of a remarkable family of engines. It is packed with technical detail, anecdotes and interviews, supported by a wealth of archive photography from the DFV's long and successful career in motorsport, with comprehensive appendices listing every World Championship and Indycar race win.
Here is the defenitive story of one of the greatest engines in motorsport history.
Buch, Hardcover, 25,5 x 25,5 cm, 192 Seiten, 120 farbige und 80 s/w-Abbildungen, englischer Text