A Race with Infamy: The Lance Macklin Story (Hardcover)
Who, many over the years have asked, was that ‘gentleman driver’ in the Healey?
One thing's for sure: he was no amateur. That day overshadowed the remarkable career of one of British racing's leading lights, of a driver who befriended and mentored champions, who was stunningly quick on the track and charming off it.
Featuring a wealth of archival material and new interviews, A Race with Infamy: The Lance Macklin Story finally tells the fascinating story of one of motorsport's most underrated and misunderstood talents.
Jack Barlow is a New Zealand-born writer. He has written on a variety of topics for publications including The New York Times, The Guardian and various New Zealand media outlets.
Currently living in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, he has a strong passion for sport, music and literature.