Lotus produces the Mark III in 1951, the Mark VI in 1952, the Mark VIII in 1954, the Mark IX and X in 1955. The Eleven came in 1956, the Fifteen in 1958 and the Seventeen in 1959. At this point Lotus moved the engine to the rear with the Eighteen followed later by the Nineteen, Twenty Three, 30 and 40 of 1965, this being the last sports racing car to be built by Lotus.
Each of the sections of this book has an introduction by Graham Capel, a Lotus historian, giving a resume of the background and racing successes. The main text comprises contemporary road tests, technical information, racing, driver’s impressions, new model introductions, track tests.
Buch, Softcover, 20 x 27 cm, 344 Seiten, 750 s/w-Abbildungen, englischer Text