The design and development of competition car suspension systems is a vital ingredient for winning performance. The author, an acknowledged expert, demystifies this complex subject, explaining the theory and practice of successful suspension engineering, and exploring - in an easy-to-understand and readable style - how and why suspension systems work. Since this book was first published in 1988, there have been some revolutionary changes, partly through advancing technology, but also due to major alterations to the rules at the peak of the sport. These developments are all reflected in this book, which has been fully revised to include updated examples and case studies.
"...destined to stand as one of the treasures of my bookshelves... ...Know what's best about it? You can understand it." Steve Cropley, Autocar
"great layman's guide to car suspension" Motoring Week
Hardcover, 256 pages Haynes Publishing; 3rd edition (November 13, 1999)