The Complete Unofficial Encyclopedia of Formula One: An Illustrated Guide to the World's Fastest Sport

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This is the definitive guide to Formula One racing. Starting with how it all began, the book traces the story of the world's richest and most powerful sport back to the first true carrace in 1895, and spans the landmark events from the innaguration of the World Drivers' Championship in 1950, right up to the 2008 season.

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AuthorMark Hughes
PublisherHermes House
PlaceLondon
Year2009
ISBN9781844772988
BindingHardcover
ConditionGood
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