Works Cortina, Corsair & Capri in Detail


Graham Robson


Historian Graham Robson tackles the story of Ford’s emergence during the 1960s as a leader in international saloon car competition beginning with the Mark 1 Cortina in 1962.

The career of every works Mark I and Mark II Cortina, Lotus-Cortina, Capri, and Corsair is individually recounted in Works Cortina, Corsair & Capri In Detail, with contemporary action photographs and listings of events entered, results and drivers, and with accounts of performances in rallies and races.

Plus, there are specially commissioned color photographs of a number of surviving works cars, which have been shot in considerable detail. For fans of the race and rally Fords of these glory days, as well as for motor sport enthusiasts, this book is pure treasure.