Autocourse 2014-2015

The World's Leading Grand Prix Annual

Autocourse 2014-2015 The World's Leading Grand Prix Annual
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Format: Hardcover Book , 360 Pages
ISBN: 9781905334971
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64th Year of Publication for the most authoritative and respected motor sport yearbook.Whilst rivals come and go, The World's Leading Grand Prix Annual reaches its 64th year of publication as the indisputable leader in its field.

AUTOCOURSE wraps up the year with the most complete results record supplied anywhere in a single volume. This lavish yearbook continues to be essential reading for all fans of global motorsport.

The author

Tony Dodgins is one of the world's leading F1 journalists and attends every grand prix, reporting for a wide range of media worldwide. A passionate fan of Senna, he has been Grand Prix reporter for Autosport, F1 Racing and Motorsport News in the UK, and has written for leading motorsport titles in the USA and Japan. He also writes for and edits the prestigious Autocourse Formula 1 annual. At races he is part of BBC TV's coverage, assisting Ben Edwards and David Coulthard in the Formula 1 commentary box.

Maurice Hamilton is an F1 veteran with over 40 years covering F1.

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Format: Hardcover Book , 360 Pages
ISBN: 9781905334971
Illustrations: 500 color photos
Size: 9 in x 12 in / 229 mm x 305 mm
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