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Complete Encyclopedia Formula 1

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Dimensions: L: 20cm x W: 3.5cm x H: 24.5cm

Product Code: 9781472375063

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The Complete Encyclopedia of Formula 1 chronicles the history of the world championship, from Giuseppe Farina's victory for Alfa Romeo at Silverstone on 13 May 1950 to the present day. The accompanying DVD - a unique collection of mini-documentaries - takes speed-hungry viewers from motor sport's earliest moments on film to the glorious Technicolour era of James Hunt and Niki Lauda. All the best-loved and respected drivers are profiled, along with the most innovative and successful teams and marques that have made the sport a multimillion-pound industry. The popularity of the sport has meant that F1 has become truly global, a fact that is reflected in the number of new circuits that have been added to the F1 calendar over the years. These new circuits, as well as those well-established tracks are illustrated and the daring deeds performed on them narrated. The history of Formula 1 is a story of ingenuity and endeavour, rivalry and camraderie, triumph and tragedy, in pursuit of the greatest prize in motor sport.

Book Title Complete Encyclopedia Formula 1
ISBN 9781472375063
By Author(s) Parragon Books
Publisher Parragon Books
Pages 255
Format Paperback
Dimensions 20cm x 3.5cm x 24.5cm
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