Author Roger Meiners keen insight and personal experience with McLaren brings the engines, cars, and key personalities to life with a detailed chronology of the company's history laid down with compelling commentary and wonderful period photographs. Meiners reveals little-known details of the company’s transition from a race shop to an engineering company, developing iconic performance cars such as the sensational 1987 Buick GNX, the 1989 Pontiac Grand Prix Turbo, the FR500 Ford Mustang concept, and other projects that the public never saw. Today the company, known as McLaren Engineering, is a subsidiary of Canada-based Linamar Corporation, and is sought after by global automakers for its unrivaled testing, development and manufacturing capability. Engine fans and motorsports enthusiasts are in for a rare treat between the pages of this remarkable book thanks to great writing and first rate production values. Add this one to your library today and enjoy a tremendous story of motorsports achievement all spawned from the imagination and perserverance of legendary racer Bruce McLaren.