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By the mid-1980s, March Engineering had become one of the great motor racing success stories. Of the 33 cars which started the 1984 Indy 500 race, 29 had been built by March. Yet by 1989 March was on its knees. What brought about March's collapse forms the final chapter in this thorough book.
Mike Lawrence is a well-known motoring writer with a special interest in motor racing history, in particular in the cars and drivers of a generation ago. Colin Chapman was one of his boyhood heroes, and he has closely followed the story of Lotus cars and their mercurial creator ever since. As well as contributing to all the leading motoring magazines, Mike Lawrence has written, or been co-author of, three dozen books. He is also a published poet, a playwright and a broadcaster. In 1966, Mike was awarded a PhD for research into Shakespeare's stage techniques and he has taught courses on Shakespeare for the Universities of Sussex and Gothenburg.