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JOE HONDA NA GRAND PRIX 1970 REF PICTURE BOOK v1 GRAND PRIX 1970 REF PICTURE BOOK v1
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Soft cover book, 108 pages loaded with pictures

This issue will be focusing on the 1970 Grand Prix Racing season. This is the first part of the 2-issue feature, containing the vigorous fighting between Ferrari’s Jacky Icxx and “Clay” Regazzoni vs Lotus’ Jochen Rindt vs Jack Brabham & Jackie Stewart from Tyrrell/March.

The most revolutionary Lotus 72 and Jochen Rindt were shocking the circuit at the start of the season. The first few stints Rindt didn’t have a very good start with several retirements, spreading the points to other teams. As a result, the final standings between the drivers was very close. Every appearances of the machines are attractive. Especially the Ferrari 312B with the flat 12-valve engine that used since the end of the previous season, the Brabham BT33, first machine that used monocoque chassis, The customized March 701 which raced most of the races, then the Tyrrell 001 which joined the races nearly the end of the season. Also don’t forget the drivers and cars from Team Surtees, Matra and more.

1970 Races included:
Race of Champions
Spanish GP
Monaco GP
Belgian GP
Dutch GP
British GP
Candian GP
American GP
Mexcian GP