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Ecurie Ecosse Book
Published in 1992, Graham Gauld's Ecurie Ecosse is perhaps the definitive history of a great private motor racing team which won Le Mans in 1956 and 1957 with their D type Jaguars, launched Jackie Stewart on his professional motor racing team and then ceased in 1971. Eleven years later Hugh McCaig and Graham Gauld reformed the team and went on to win the 1986 World Manufacturers Championship for Group C2 cars with their Ecosse-Rover and were instrumental in helping Allan McNish and David Coulthard in their racing careers.
Published privately by Graham Gauld Public Relations it has around 180 photographs and 110,000 words. Much of the material in the book gives a rare insight into how motor racing was run as it was taken from private correspondence between Ecurie Ecosse and Jaguar cars.
Copies of this A4 soft cover book that weighs one kilo are available at £40 plus postage of £5 ( 7 euro) in Europe and $US 8 elsewhere in the world.