More of The Place of Pace - Liverpool City Raceway 1967 - 1989 (Volume 2)

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By: Tony Loxley, Steve Magro .

This edition is limited to 1000.

'More of The Place of Pace' Liverpool City Raceway 1967-1989 Book Description

This hard-bound follow-on from the hugely successful 'Liverpool City Raceway - The Place of Pace 1967-1989' will once again be full of images and memories from those who competed and remember the great times had at this much lamented high-speed oval.

Tony Loxley and former solo rider (and now journalist) Steve Magro have put together this exciting tome which will be every bit as good as the original.

Gavin Skene is once again responsible for the artwork, and Matt Burton has once again put thousands of hours into scanning the thousands of crystal cleari mages captured by the legendary lenseman David Cumming, and the many others whose skill behind the lens has left a lasting legacy for all those who loved this incredible racetrack.

The introductions are by 10-times Australian Sprintcar Champion and Australian Speedcar Grand Prix winner Garry Rush, and Multiple Marlboro Grand National winner, Gene Cook.

 

 

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Publisher Code: 9780980858914ISBN 13: 9780980858914 Author:  Tony Loxley, Steve Magro Published: 2012 Pages: 264Dimension:  Hard Bound, colour and b/w illustrations

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  • 5
    Brilliant!

    Posted by Jason S. on 25th Jun 2015

    Service was outstanding.

  • 5
    A excellent read for a Sunday afternoon

    Posted by Shane T. on 16th May 2015

    With so many racing facilities passing into the memory banks these days its so pleasing to be able to sit and reflect on an era of Australian Speedway that formed many of the legends of our sport. Like all the books produced by the accomplished Tony Loxley this book weighs around 4kgs so is not a book to be read while standing. The photos in the book are very crisp and clear considering there obvious age and the text is informative. Certainly a 10 out of 10

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