The Great Encyclopedia Of Formula 1

Author: Pierre Ménard
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ISBN: 9782847070514
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The Great Encyclopedia Of Formula 1

Author: Pierre Ménard
Editor: Constable
ISBN: 9781841192598
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Presenting a complete account of the history and current status of Formula 1 racing, this large-format two-volume set of encyclopedia covers information on the teams, the drivers, the cars, the circuits and the races. It also includes a plan of each circuit used during the last 50 years.

The Complete Encyclopedia Of Formula One

Author: Bruce Jones
Editor: Carlton Books Limited
ISBN: 9781844421251
File Size: 14,96 MB
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The Complete Encyclopedia of Formula One is the ideal guide to Grand Prix racing. Exciting photography alongside the text brings to life everything you need to know about this world of wealth, glamor and cutting-edge technology.

The Ultimate Encyclopedia Of Formula One

Author: Bruce Jones
Editor: Todtri Book Pub
ISBN: 9781577173441
File Size: 26,29 MB
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It's fast. Its' furious, and it's dramatic. Formulan One is the pinnacle in four wheeled-motor sport. Yet it's more than just man and machine pitched into contest at 16 points around the globe; it's about personalities, multi-million dollar budgets, and a story line that wouldn't disgrace a soap opera. This encyclopedia is the most comprehensive illustrated work of Formula One reference, covering every facet of Grand Prix racing from the start of the modern-day Formula One Championship in 1950 to the present day. With an expertly authoritative text along with a list of race-winners and a comprehensive chronology of Grand Prix racing, this fully-illustrated volume is the indispensable guide to the world's highest-octane sport.

World Formula 1 Records Book

Author: Bruce Jones
Editor: Carlton Publishing Group
ISBN: 9781847328908
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Focusing exclusively on the world of Formula One, the biggest and most glamorous of all motor sports championships, this volume highlights the great battles for the World Drivers Championship and the Constructors Cup since they began in the 1950s.

Formula One

Author: Bruce Jones
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ISBN: 9781780976310
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When a grid of cars assembled at Silverstone in 1950 for the first round of a new Formula One World Championship, the people concerned would have had no idea that they were setting out on what was to become the world's most spectacular annual competition. This book tracks the highs and lows of more than six decades of scintillating sport which has followed, focusing on the epic battles that have unfolded between the leading teams and top drivers as they have raced their way around the globe.

British Sport

Author: Richard William Cox
Editor: Psychology Press
ISBN: 9780714652504
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Volume three of a bibliography documenting all that has been written in the English language on the history of sport and physical education in Britain. It lists all secondary source material including reference works, in a classified order to meet the needs of the sports historian.

The Unofficial Complete Encyclopedia Of Formula One

Author: Mark Hughes
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ISBN: 9780754811510
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The most prestigious and high-profile motor-racing sport is brought to life in this illustrated guide to Formula One. Written by a field expert and lifelong enthusiast, it is packed with insider knowledge and up-to-the-minute information. An historical account of every decade from the early years to the present day is covered. Two separate A-Z guides of past and current teams and drivers are included, from heroes to obscure bit players. Racetracks are also featured - even those that are no longer in use - with their history and developments. An overview of driver/team statistics completes this no-nonsense guide to the fastest sport in the world.

The Encyclopedia Of Formula 1

Author: Tim Hill (publicist.)
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ISBN: 9781445495163
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Mario Andretti

Author: G. S. Prentzas
Editor: Infobase Publishing
ISBN: 0791087557
File Size: 50,96 MB
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Profiles one of the best drivers in automobile racing and discusses his legacy.

55 Years Of Formula One World Championship

Author: Tony Brooks
Editor: Carlton Books Limited
ISBN: 9781844424085
File Size: 32,72 MB
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Outline In 2005, the Formula One World Drivers' Championship reaches a landmark and 55 Years of Formula One is published to celebrate this anniversary. Through stunning photographs and with a report on each year, every moment of significance is recorded complete with all the drama and passion. Complementing this is a series of specially commissioned interviews with half a dozen of the leading protagonists from Formula One's first six decades. From Juan Manuel Fangio's dominance in the 1950s to the era of Michael Schumacher, 55 Years of Formula One is a glorious celebration of the pinnacle of motor sport and essential reading for any Formula One fan.

The Treasures Of Formula One

Author: Bruce Jones
Editor: Carlton Books Limited
ISBN: 9781847329929
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The Treasures of Formula One is not only a riveting history of the most prestigious formula in motor racing but also a unique treasure of photographs and removable items of facsimile memorabilia. Bruce Jones' text drives you through the early years of motoring and racing, the first Grand Prix, and the birth of the World Drivers Championship. And, as well as the narrative history running through the book, there are special features on the great races, teams, and drivers, all accompanied by magnificent photography and augmented by items of removable memorabilia from the Donington Grand Prix Collection, the largest of its kind in the world. The Treasures of Formula One is a winner from the red lights to the chequered flag.

Autocar

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The British National Bibliography

Author: Arthur James Wells
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File Size: 53,17 MB
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The Encyclopedia Of Formula One

Author: Tim Hill
Editor: Parragon Books
ISBN: 9781407566795
File Size: 39,54 MB
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Complete Encyclopedia Of Formula One

Author: Tim Hill (publicist.)
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ISBN: 9781407539065
File Size: 48,19 MB
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The Complete Encyclopedia Of Formula One Chronicles The History Of The World Championships, From Giuseppe Farina'S Victory For Alfa Romeo At Silverstone On 13 May 1950 To The Present Day. All Top Drivers Are Profiled, With Information On The Major Marque

Formula 1 Sticker Activity Book

Author: Bruce Jones
Editor: Carlton Books Limited
ISBN: 9781780970349
File Size: 56,34 MB
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Packed with puzzles to solve and games to play, as well as 100 colour stickers to use, this book helps you to: test your track knowledge; create your own race team; train your F1 reflexes; and, learn about famous drivers.

International Sport

Author: Richard William Cox
Editor: Psychology Press
ISBN: 9780714653648
File Size: 40,66 MB
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Provides bibliographical references to books, articles, essays, and conference proceedings covering a variety of topics relating to sports.

Formula One 2020

Author: Bruce Jones
Editor: Welbeck
ISBN: 9781787393738
File Size: 65,89 MB
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Formula One racing is one of the world's most popular sports . . . and this is the essential resource for 2020. Stay up to speed with detailed examinations of the 10 teams, 20 drivers, and 21 tracks, and review 2019 with race-by-race reports and statistics, plus rule changes. A fill-in guide lets each book become a personalized record of the upcoming season. Ninety color photographs, circuit maps, and statistics complement the insightful text.

Fangio

Author: Gerald Donaldson
Editor: Random House
ISBN: 0753546345
File Size: 62,15 MB
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Juan Manuel Fangio's name is indelibly inscribed in the record books and many consider him to be the greatest driver in history. It was 46 years before his record of five World Championships was beaten, but even now he is still remembered for an exceptional Formula 1 career which contained some of the greatest displays of skill and daring ever seen. Few though know of his almost super-human exploits in epic South American road races that made competition at the pinnacle of motor sport seem like child's play. Gerald Donaldson chronicles not only those arduous early competitions but also his long journey from humble origins in remote Argentina to the lofty heights of international celebrity.