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Simca en compétition 1969-1974

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In this French-language book, author Patrick Affouard takes a journey back in time to the racing... more
Simca en compétition 1969-1974
In this French-language book, author Patrick Affouard takes a journey back in time to the racing department of Chrysler France, which was then run by Henri Chemin. It is the extremely exciting story of how Simca, the former jewel of the French automobile industry, reached the top of motorsport between 1969 and 1974 under the management of two defectors from Ford France. Actually known for chic but well-behaved family cars, the Simca people put together a revolutionary rally car within five months. The Simca CG with mid-engine competed with the best cars of its time. See how works driver Bernard Fiorentino gave Alpine-Renault a run for their money in a Simca 1100 S at the Monte Carlo Rally.

Plus the unbeatable and mighty Chrysler Group’s Barracuda and Hemicuda, which dominated Group 1 circuit and hillclimb racing unchallenged for five stunning seasons. Simca's racing history also includes the junior events for young drivers, such as the "Challenge Simca", the "Simca Racing Team" and the "Coupe Simca Sport 2 Litre". They produced some legendary drivers who eventually made a splash at the wheel of Simca 1000s as well as sports prototypes.

Technical details:
Publisher: ETAI
Author: Patrick Affouard
Format: 24 x 29 cm
Pages: 176
Images: 300
Language: French
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