Between 1929 and 1937, Donald Healey took part in every Monte Carlo Rally in either triumphs or Invictas and forged a reputation as 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 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 which was the beginning of the famous Austin-Healey cars.
Preface by Marcus Chambers, Stuart Turner and John Sprinzel.
Introduction by Brian Healey.
Written by Hervé Chevalier. Text in English and French