HEALEY IN COMPETITION
6 Volumes retracing the sporting achievements of these fabulous cars In competition
from 1947 to 1970
LES HEALEY AU MANS 1949-1970
Whether it was a success or not, however lucky they were, the most important thing for Healey has always been passion for car racing. Donald Healey and his dynamic ever talented team with the appreciated help of Geoffrey Healey were regularly present on the track. Until 1970 he has participated to all possible sports car races and he used to be in Le Mans to show his customers
what his cars were able to do.
From 1949 to 1970 28 Healey raced at Le mans. They are all in this book.
LES HEALEY DANS LES ALPES 1947-1967
Between 1947 and 1967 no fewer than 66 Healeys set out to conquer the Alps and in so doing forged a remarkable reputation for themselves winning many cups and prizes and scoring outright victory two years running.
This book will enable you to measure the bravura of the crews and to understand why these marvellous cars and their creator have become part of motor sporting legend.
LES HEALEY DU MARATHON 1951-1964
A total of 43 Healeys entered the rally between 1951 - 1964. They won their category almost every year and scored two outright victories: in 1960 thanks to Pat Moss and Ann Wisdom and again in 1964 with Rauno Aaltonen and Tony Ambrose.
I hope this book will transport the reader into the very heart of the appealing but daunting rally that was the Liège-Rome-Liège in the halcyon days of the Healeys.
LES HEALEY AU MONTE CARLO 1949-1963
Between 1929 and 1937, Donald Healey took part in every Monte Carlo Rally in either Triumphs or Invictas and forged a reputation as a rival to be feared by those out for victory. For him, his win in 1931 was always his best memory as a driver, and that enriching experience ensured the exceptional character and fame of his future motorcars.
Donald Healey was at the start of the 1949 event at the wheel of the first car bearing his name, Various private teams started the rally in 1949, 1950 and 1953 in identical cars, and then came the 100/6 that several intrepid drivers used in the dreadful winter of 1958, followed by the famous 3000s.
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LES HEALEY DU RALLYE DES TULIPES 1949-1968
From 1949 to 1968, no fewer than 86 Healeys took part in the Tulpen Rally, a record number of participation for cars of the make in an International rally.
Most of them are here for prosperity in this fifth volume dedicated to their exploits, whether in the expert hands of the BMC drivers or in those of ordinary privateers who were out of excitement at the wheel of this legendary “Sport Cars”.
LES HEALEY DES MILLE MIGLIA 1948-1957
Here follows the story of these 30 Healeys unleashed in a crazy sprint on everyday roads and there intrepid crews who took up the challenge of the greatest road race in the world proud to drive the fabulous” Healey”.
THE AUSTIN HEALEY MODELS :
L'AUSTIN HEALEY 100-6 1956-1959
1956 marked a turning point in the evolution of the Austin Healey with the arrival of the 100/6, series BN4, the link between the 100 and the 3000. It was more than just an interim model as Gerry Coker, the designer of the 100, refined his chef d’oeuvre and its timeless lines remained the same until the last models rolled off the production line. .
In parallel its feats in racing added to its renown as the five cars specially-tuned by the BMC competitions service competing in all the big international events. In these pages you can read the story of this model, whitch left an indelible trace in the Healey saga.
L'AUSTIN HEALEY 100 S 1954-1955
This car is the culmination of many modifications on the basis of the 100, everything on this model is devoted to the very definition of a race car, without abandoning its harmonious lines and creating a new car.