Seven Fifty Motor Club
The birthplace of modern British motorsport
By: David Morgan
Foreword: Bill Boddy MBE
This is the story of one of British motorsport's best-kept secrets - the Seven Fifty Motor Club.
Founded in 1939 to cater for motorsport enthusiasts with 750cc motor cars, mainly Austin Sevens, the club blossomed post-war by providing ideal entry-level motorsport, giving birth to famous designer/builders like Colin Chapman of Lotus and Eric Broadley of Lola.
On its 70th anniversary the club continues to thrive and fertile minds still create intriguing home-built specials.
This fascinating book celebrates a cherished part of British motorsport.
"David Morgan's detailed history of this 70 year old club is a credit to an enduring bastion of the British racing scene" Autosport
"Essential reading" Motorsport
"Thoroughly engaging" Octane
Hardback, 270 x 210mm, 224 pages, 30 colour & 170 b&w illustrations