London: Frederick Muller Limited, 1964. Reprint, First Edition published the same year. Octavo (20.5 x 13.5 cm), pp. 278,  + 12 pages of black and white photographs; orange cloth covered boards with lettering in gilt on the spine, illustrated dust wrapper designed by Fred Pauker.
Head, tail and corners gently bruised; top and bottom edges a touch faded; edges of text block and endpapers toned and lightly foxed; mostly clean with very occasional spotting; dust wrapper is price clipped, edge worn with a few small chips and tears, spine lightly sunned, a few scuffs and marks, flaps and reverse a little toned and foxed. Item #904
“At the age of nine a stocky New Zealand youngster named Bruce McLaren was dreaming of a career as a racing motor-cyclist. The nearest he got to racing during the next three years was while strapped to a bath-chair in a home for crippled children.” McLaren (1937-1970) went on to design, engineer, invent and drive race-cars, leaving behind a legacy in the McLaren team, one of the most successful Formula Once teams in championship history.