GP News, October 2023
'The book about the TWR-Porsche WSC95 is written by Serge Vanbockryck. It is book number 16 in the series, which also includes the Audi R8, Ford GT40, Porsche 917 and Jaguar D-Type. If the other books are half as good as this book, then they can only be recommended.
GPnews can only recommend the book. Well written with many beautiful and exciting pictures, and it is not a book that, despite 300+ pages, can be read in an afternoon or a weekend.'
Virtual Motorpix, November 2023
'The book runs to 320-pages and is very well presented, not being cluttered or with large blank spaces. The narrative flows easily and is a thoroughly enjoyable read. If you are a Porsche motorsport enthusiast, or a motorsport enthusiast with a wider interest, you will enjoy this publication because it contains more than just the history of a single Porsche racing car. It will certainly look good on your motorsport library bookshelf, and with Christmas just around the corner, it would make an excellent gift… even to yourself!'
Classic Cars, November 2023
'A fascinating tale of an unlikely world champion.'
Issue No.115, SAHB Times
'The story of WSC 001 is told in exhaustive detail by Serge Vanbockryck who benefitted from full access to Porsche's official archives and interviewed all the key personnel in the car's fascinating life. The day-to-day history covers every race in which the car participated and even the many test sessions with full technical details are included. The people involved are part of the story and there are biographies of all six of the Le Mans-winning drivers. The many illustrations complete the picture including the very high-quality specially commissioned studio photographs by John Colley. Bringing the story up to date there is coverage of the car's recent appearance at Goodwood, once again in the hands of Tom Kristensen and, importantly, there is a comprehensive index.
This is a lot of book for £69, and for those with a special interest in Porsche history, one of the 50 limited edition volumes signed by the author will be an attractive proposition.' Peter McFadyen