The Complete Encyclopedia of Formula One is the lavishly illustrated story of the world's most thrilling motorsport, from the first motor race in France back in 1894 to today's super-powerful vehicles driven by world superstars such as Michael Schumacher and Kimi Raikonenen, men who exchange paint with one another at incredible speeds on circuits all round the world. This book tells you everything you need to know about FI, with information not only on the top teams and legendary drivers, but also on the great races, the most testing circuits and the rise and fall of all the big names. Technology is another area covered in depth, allowing the reader to ride shot gun at racing speed with the top drivers and witness the incredible capabilities of the modern racing car from the safety of his/her own armchair. This is an authoritative and fact-packed celebration of Formula One, as well as an essential purchase for fans of the world's fastest-moving sport.
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A former editor of Autosport magazine, Bruce Jones has written and edited many best-selling Formula One books including The Ultimate Encyclopedia of Formula One and 50 Years of the FI World Championship. He lives in London.
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Book Description Carlton Books Ltd, 2004. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # M1844428540