We’re always on the lookout for a great read, and one that includes a bit of Canadian racing history is always at the top of our list. Long time Canadian racer, Ian Coristine has just release this story called One in a Thousand. Rather than publishing in book format, Coristine has chose to publish as an ebook, meaning that readers can enjoy the photographer’s spectacular images in high resolution. From the publisher:
It is a memoir, written by Ian Coristine, with novelist Donnas Walsh Inglehart. Coristine raced formula cars in the late 60s and early 70s in Canada and his story relates the challenges of chasing a racing career at that time, with a significant number of images from the era. Later, he became a pilot, discovering the 1000 Islands on a random flight in 1992, then spent the next 17 years photographing it, mostly low from above in his Challenger ultralight. This memoir shares many of his unlikely adventures along the way and includes a massive amount of material (images, video, audio, narration and music) which will immerse you in the story and the spectacular 1000 Islands in ways not possible before.
You can learn more about it as well as enjoy two videos by exploring the One in a Thousand home page.