I am now working on ‘Shutter & Speed Volume 2’. It will be much of the same, all drawn from my private collection and never seen before. As with the first book, I am planning a Collectors' Edition which will come with a DVD of previously unseen movie film, this will be limited to the first 100 copies sold. I am hoping to get it into print later this year and hope to have it available just before Christmas. Stay tuned!
Comprising 122 pages of previously unseen motorsport images from the 's and 's.
Here's the author talking about the book on Brooklands Radio.
The emphasis is on Grand Prix racing but there are other forms of motorsport featured: hillclimbs, Formula 2, the Indy 500 and non‐championship F1 races.
We have a special Limited Edition of the book available. Just 100 copies will be signed & numbered by me and will contain a DVD of a 7 minute film that my late friend Freddie Barratt produced in . He filmed the demonstrations of old cars that took place just before the British Grand Prix, so look out for people like: Moss, Jenkinson, Fangio, Brooks, Salvadori, Mays, Étancelin, and more. Freddie won awards from BP for his films in the 's so this is a little extra treat! The price is £20 plus P&P.
The price for the book is £15 each plus postage and packing. I will be donating £1 from each sale to the Grand Prix Trust, which looks after former motorsport employees when they need a little help.
Payment is by credit card through PayPal using the links below. All prices include the postage for your specific country.
|Shipping Destination||Special Signed Edition||Regular Edition|
|Australia/New Zealand||ALL SOLD||£22.50|
|South America||ALL SOLD||£22.10|
|South Africa (signed for)||ALL SOLD||£26.15|
I am currently working on Volume 2 which hopefully will be available in the middle of next year, expect more of the same!
If you have any queries about the purchase of Volume 1 please feel free to e-mail me at:
Some reviews for the book: On the SpeedReaders website, in Classic Porsche magazine, Auto Tradition magazine, and also from Brooklands Museum magazine.
Read more about how this project came about.
All images in the book are sourced from Gary Critcher's Supercharged Collection.