About this title:
This completely revised, updated and enlarged book is the complete guide to building a fast MG Midget or Austin-Healey Sprite for road or track. Daniel has been continuously developing his own 'Spridget' for years and he really does know what works and what doesn't when it comes to building a fast Midget or Sprite. Best of all, this book covers every aspect of the car from the tyre contact patch up to the rollover bar and from radiator back to exhaust tailpipe. With 400 mainly colour photos and exclusive tuning advice this is a must for any Sprite or Midget owner.
This definitive tuning book on building a fast Midget for either road or track has been completely revised, updated and enlarged for its third edition. - MG Enthusiast -
About the Author:
Now in an updated and enlarged third version, this book is the closest you can get to having an expert standing beside you in the garage. If you're in need of such advice, you'll never regret getting a copy of this book. - Classics Monthly -
With 400 mainly colour photos and exclusive tuning advice, this is a MUST for any Sprite or Midget owner. It is well presented with a balanced view, a really enjoyable reference book that will be worth its weight in gold ... - Minor Monthly -
This popular and useful book, has now been re-issued in an enlarged and updated third, and is a must for any Midget or Austin-Healey Sprite owner interested in extracting a little, or even a lot, of extra performance from this fun classic. - MG Car Club of New Zealand
If you run a Midget or Sprite, this book is going to become your best friend. a deceptively compact softback, it contains everything you could possibly want to know about improving a Spridget, in great detail yet very clearly presented, with colour throughout. - Octane
Not only is everything presented in a reader-friendly, easy to understand style, it manages to cover just about every aspect of creating a modified Midget. A worthwhile investment. --Classic Car Mart
Daniel has been developing his own car for years and, through this work, has learned much about the practical problems of tuning and modifying cars. A current and former contributor to numerous magazines inc:Top Car, Fast Car, MG Enthusiast, Track & Race Car, Grassroots Motorsport, & British car, Daniel, after a stint in the RAF, is currently a civil servant. He is married with 2 daughters and lives in Nuneaton, England. Recently Daniel has completed over two years of training to become a licensed Motor Sport Association (MSA) Scrutineer and officiates at diverse race meetings thoughout the Midlands.
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