Perfection and professionalism have taken their toll: There is no place in racing for unconventional thinkers anymore. In his second book of the „Hallo Fahrerlager“- series Rainer Braun shows how racing was in the past decades: It was full of crazy people, individualists and jokers.
The book shows a cheerful foray through the years of racing from 1962 until today. Rainer Braun tells amusing storys of this time and supports them by well-chosen archive pictures.
Meet racing legends like Peter Lindner who became famous in a Jaguar, Rainer Günzler who was sportscaster as well as amateur driver, Keke Rosberg and many more.
Read the enjoyable storys and anecdotes in „Hallo Fahrerlager 2“ with articles of the popular journalists Herbert Völker and Yörn Pugmeister.
Author: Rainer Braun
Format: 17 x 21 cm