by Roger Smith
Compiled by an expert statistician with a passion for Formula 1, this fascinating book offers a fresh and dynamic perspective to the history of Grand Prix racing. Using sophisticated diagrams supported by text and photographs, Roger Smith analyzes debated topics such as World Champions, serial winners, best drivers of all times, racing eras, circuits, cars, teams, risk and contentious conclusions.
As F1 becomes increasingly a matter of strategy and split-second timing, this reference book is clearly on pole position. It includes:
• Full analysis of the champions and how they reached their status
• The dominant winners across 58 years of Grand Prix racing
• Teams and tachnical excellence
• The top seven drivers, each one the man to beat of their generation
• Changing eras-regulations, breakthroughs, dominance
• The phenomenon of F1 as one billion people watch worldwide
• Anatomy of a victory, character studies, the greatest winner of all
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