The Ultimate Motoring Challenge
Packed full of breathtaking photography and in-depth daily reports, this 396-page coffee-table book reveals the inside track of what it’s really like to undertake the world’s longest and most inspirational rally route.
36 Days to Cover 14.500 km
Racing against the clock across the harshest of terrains – and relying on nothing more than mechanical skills and ingenuity to stay on the road – see the crews take on 12 countries and 8 time zones in a stunning array of vintage and classic cars.
For All Rally Enthusiasts
This labour of love from multi-award winning competitor, Patrick Debusseré, is the ultimate 'behind the wheel'-report of the 2019 Peking To Paris Rally. Portraying the vivid emotions and experiences of those involved, it gives a deep sense of the event, its ups and downs and the endurance required from both crews and their machines.
Filled with more than 850 stunning shots from renowned action photographers, this exclusive account is testimony to the tenacity and willpower needed to finish the ultimate of races.
"It's one of the best books on an event we've ever seen.
News From the Crews
In The Peking to Paris Journal, a unique feature in this artwork, you’ll find 49 revealing stories of survival and determination told by the intrepid crews themselves.
The Full Story
Enjoy unique, first-hand driver recollections and perspectives from more than 45 competitors and relive the rally experience of a lifetime as 105 intrepid crews embark on the Blue Riband event of the historic rally scene.go to shop
"This book successfully brings together a wealth of competitors' accounts of the Peking to Paris Rally. The way it captures the essence of the adventure with stunning imagery and contributions from fellow participants is brilliant!"
"There have been a number of books written about the Peking to Paris Rally but this one is different in so much as the story is told by the crews themselves. Well done, Patrick!"
"Spectacular imagery and a revving read - this book is a must-have for every historic rally enthusiast."