Formula 1 2019

Technical Insights (Preview 2020)

Formula 1 2019
$80.00
Format: Paperback / softback, 168 Pages
ISBN: 9788879117814
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The cars that disputed the 2019 World Championship are the protagonists of this annual, the first authored by Paolo Filisetti, an authoritative technical commentator and a contributor to leading Italian and international specialist magazines.

Through a rich series of colour drawings, the author reveals all the secrets concealed beneath the bodywork of the various cars, while presenting, in parallel, race by race, the principal technical and racing facts and episodes to characterise the Formula 1 season. Aerodynamic configurations – such as the various modifications to the front wings – cockpits and steering wheels, engines, suspension components, brakes, air flows above and below the cars, everything is meticulously described and illustrated in a book indispensable for all those wanting to get beneath the skin of the fascinating world of Formula 1, as well as a useful reference work for specialists.
 

The author

Born in Milan, Paolo Filisetti is a journalist and an authoritative technical commentator. He has cultivated a passion for motorsport since childhood. His first complete season following the F1 circus was in 1997, the year he began working for RAI, the principal Italian TV broadcaster, as a technical analyst reporting from the various circuits. There followed years in which he contributed to Italian daily newspapers and Italian and international periodicals. He currently writes for some of the leading specialist motorsport titles.
 

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Format: Paperback / softback, 168 Pages
ISBN: 9788879117814
Illustrations: color photos
Size: 9.5 in x 10.62 in / 241.3 mm x 269.75 mm
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