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Alan Mann Racing F3L/P68
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The Ford P68 sports car is famous not because it enjoyed great success - indeed rather the opposite - but because it was a beautiful car and because it was powered by Fordís legendary Cosworth DFV engine.

When at the end of 1967 the FIA changed its regulations for the Sports Car World Championship, Ford was left without a major title contender. Their successful seven-litre Ford GTs were no longer permitted to compete in the championship which now became exclusively for three-litre sports prototype cars. Thus Alan Mann, the person in charge of Fordís European racing activities, saw an opportunity to build a new sports car around the DFV engine which was run successfully in Grand Prix racing.. Ford agreed and the much-respected designer, Len Bailey, created an ambitious and indisputably attractive race car.

However, from its first appearance in the Spring of 1968, the car encountered many technical set-backs including the fact that what was easy on the eye was not necessarily aerodynamically competitive with cars like the Porsche 907/908 and the Alfa Romeo Tipo 33.

This book tells the full story of the Ford P68 starting with the historic background of Ford in sports car racing, a portrait of Alan Mann Racing and the highly-successful DFV engine. Furthermore, it details the design and development phase of the P68 and its short but adventurous racing career and its after-live in historic racing.
One of the surviving P68s is now in the N-Anadol Collection in Switzerland and takes part in historic racing all over Europe. As it is in the same collection as the Ford GT 101 on which Ed Heuvink produced a previous book, the owner commissioned the writer to compose a biography of the Alan Mann car. Together with McKlein Publishing a 158 page book has been produced in line with the Ford GT 101 book.

The foreword is written by Richard Attwood, who drove the car during its short career in the late sixties as well as in several historic events some decades later, and the introduction by Henry Mann, the son of Alan Mann. Limited edition of only 999 copies

Alan Mann Racing F3L/P68
Alan Mann Racing F3L/P68Alan Mann Racing F3L/P68Alan Mann Racing F3L/P68
Alan Mann Racing F3L/P68Alan Mann Racing F3L/P68Alan Mann Racing F3L/P68

OndertitelThe story of Fordís three litre sports cars from the Sixties
Auteur(s)Ed Heuvink
Over de auteur(s)
Publicatie datum2017
EAN9783927458970
SoortBooks
OpmerkingenVoorwoord door l Foreword by Richard Attwood - Introduction by Henry Mann
TaalEngels l English
BindingGebonden in houder l Hardbound in slipcase
Pagina's158
Kleur
Zwart/Wit
Afmetingen290 x 290 mm
Systeem
Conditie
Gewicht2.067
VoorraadNiet op voorraad, wel bestelbaar.






     


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