The Power Brokers: The Battle for F1's Billions

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MBI, 2003 - Transportation - 208 pages
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The world's major car makers decided in February to seize the reins of Formula 1 from its controllers, Bernie Ecclestone and Max Mosley. This resulted in an an epic struggle and the focus of interest for many years. There is no one better qualified than Alan Henry to reveal how Ecclestone and Mosley did it: how they bent the world's largest corporations to their will and made personal fortunes along the way. Formula 1 has the biggest global audience of any spectator sport. It is by far the best read sub-sector of the motor titles. There is an appetite for this book in all the countries where Formula 1 races are held, and all the countries which Formula 1 teams represent.

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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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