Autocourse 2008-2009

Autocourse 2008-2009
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Format: Hardback, 336 Pages
ISBN: 9781905334315
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Now in its 58th year, this world famous motorsport annual is regarded as the definitive account of the Formula 1 season.  Edited by leading F1 journalist Alan Henry, it has been long established as a genuine collector's item, and has an unrivalled heritage which is recognized by the entire motorsport community - and number F1 luminaries Jackie Stewart, Murray Walker and Ron Dennis as devotees.

The author

Alan Henry is one of the most respected F1 journalists, and has built up good relationships with most of the sport’s leading personalities over the years. He is currently Grand Prix Editor for Autocar and regular Formula 1 columnist for The Guardian. His numerous books include a good number over the years for Haynes, including Jenson Button: A World Champion's Story and co-authorship of Stirling Moss: All My Races.

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Specs

Format: Hardback, 336 Pages
ISBN: 9781905334315
Illustrations: 300 color ill
Size: 9.5 in x 12.5 in x 1.125 in / 241.3 mm x 317.5 mm x 28.575 mm
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