Car Mechanics (UK)
Lola T70 Owners’ Workshop Manual
Five decades since it last raced competitively, the Lola T70 remains the one of the most breathtakingly beautiful sports racers of all time. Between 1965 and 1969, it won the inaugural Can Am Challenge Cup with the legendary John Surtees at the wheel and the Daytona 24 Hours piloted by Mark Donohue and Chuck Parsons. Motorsport expert Chas Parker charts the history of T70 from the founding of Lola Cars by Eric Broadley in 1958, looking in detail at the design and evolution of the car. It includes insightful contributions from designer Tony Southgate, team owner Roger Penske and drivers including David Hobbs, Brian Redman, Richard Attwood, David Piper, Hugh Dibley, Simon Hadfield and Shaun Lynn. The text is supported by a wealth of rare illustrations and photographs. The Lola T70 Owners’ Workshop Manual is priced at £25.00.