The Encyclopedia of Formula 1

The Encyclopedia of Formula 1

€3.95
The Complete Encyclopedia of Formula 1 chronicles the dramatic history of the world championship, from Guiseppe Farina's victory for Alfa Romeo at Silverstone on 13th May 1950 to the present day. 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 exciting new venues that have been added to the calendar over the years. The history of F1 is a story of ingenuity and endeavour, rivalry and camaraderie, triumph and tragedy, in pursuit of the greatest prize in motor sport. This full updated edition is a must have guide and gift for all F1 fans. This hardback book has 256 pages and measures: 26 x 21 x 2cm. (less)
Book Title The Encyclopedia of Formula 1
Author Parragon Books Ltd
The Complete Encyclopedia of Formula 1 chronicles the dramatic history of the world championship, from Guiseppe Farina's victory for Alfa Romeo at Silverstone on 13th May 1950 to the present day. 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 exciting new venues that have been added to the calendar over the years. The history of F1 is a story of ingenuity and endeavour, rivalry and camaraderie, triumph and tragedy, in pursuit of the greatest prize in motor sport. This full updated edition is a must have guide and gift for all F1 fans. This hardback book has 256 pages and measures: 26 x 21 x 2cm. (less)