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New Zealand Classic Car - - Automobilia - By by Mark Hol­man

This is Spurring’s fifth book in this ex­cel­lent se­ries, and the high stan­dard has been main­tained. Each year’s race gets a brief run­down and very full stats, but the real at­trac­tion is in the pho­to­graphs. Ev­ery car — 445 over the 10 years, even the oc­ca­sional non-starter — gets a colour photo and a de­tailed de­scrip­tion of how well, or badly, its team did on the day.

The ’90s were a fas­ci­nat­ing decade at Le Mans, pep­pered with regular changes to el­i­gi­bil­ity rules (like the short-lived en­cour­age­ment for 3.5-litre F1 mo­tors),


some un­wanted dra­mas like the ‘fly­ing’ Mercedes-ben­zes in ’99, and what is still the only victory by a Ja­panese marque when Mazda took the win in 1991 — although Toy­ota came achingly close more than once.

The 384 large pages give Spurring plenty of room to cover each race well.

Yes, Le Mans had its ups and downs dur­ing the decade in fo­cus, but it re­mained the en­durance race. There’s no bet­ter book than this one if you want to get the in­side sto­ries.

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