This is a second-hand copy of Teretonga 25 compiled by Marilyn Bunce, Keith Douglas and Donald McDonald and published by Southland Sports Car Club (Inc) in 1982.
From the inside flap:
A quarter of a century is a long time in terms of a sport which is less than 100 years old. Teretonga, the world's southernmost motor racing circuit, has stood the test of time.
It has played host to the famous- Clark, Stewart, Hill, Moss, Brabham, Hulme, McLaren, Amon and many others-and nurtured the clubmen who are the backbone of its existence. Today the circuit is as old, if not older, than many of its competitors, but there are those who recall the first meeting in 1957 as vividly as if it were yesterday, because they were there, competing and helping. They know the work which went into building an asset which many take for granted.
In return for their support and endeavour down the years, Teretonga has provided the spark for a flourishing and vital club spirit.
This book, the work of Southland Sports Car Club members, unites those memories and associations in celebration of 25 years at a unique motor racing venue. In 272 pages including many photographs, Teretonga's historians have recorded for posterity the efforts and achievements of all those who have had anything to do with the circuit, be they builders, administrators or competitors.
Description: This is a hardcover book with 272 pages. Comes with a dust jacket. The dust jacket is covered in a non-adhesive PVC cover to keep it safe. This can easily be removed.
Condition: Used. Good condition. No age spots or foxing. Dust jacket shows a little bit of wear around the edges but no rips or tears. The title page has the signatures of the authors and a note to the owner of the book.