Motor Racing with Mercedes-Benz - George Monkhouse 1948 - G. T. Foulis & Co. Ltd., London - New Edition Considered one of the principal records of a golden age in motor racing, by one of the world's greatest motor racing photographers, and definitely the best account of the pre-war Silver Arrows, who dominated Grand-Prix racing from 1934 to 1939. Monkhouse travelled with the team together with his friend Richard “Dick” Seaman, the only British racing driver to be admitted to the team, alongside legends such as Rudolf Caracciola, Manfred von Brauchitsch and Luigi Fagioli.

First published in 1938, Monkhouse, the great ‘Kodak’ engineer and motor-racing photographer, completely updated this edition, after accompanying Mercedes Benz through the 1938 and 1939 racing seasons, additional photographs and details of which he adds, as well as a new chapter ‘
Mercedes-Benz Design Features, 1938-9’ and the revision of many other chapters.
  Octavo (14.5 x 22 cm) pp. 191 [1]. In publisher’s red cloth, spine lettered in silver, Mercedes emblem blocked in silver to front board, dust jacket priced ‘12/- net’ to lower corner of front flap.   Condition: Fine in very good dust jacket,some rubbing to edges, and soiling to rear panel.   Ref: 108387   Price: HK$ 1,800