The Ultimate Encyclopedia of Formula One: The Definitive Illustrated Guide to Grand Prix Motor Racing

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Bruce Jones, Damon Hill
Motorbooks International Publishers & Wholesalers, 1996 - Transportation - 256 pages
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Foreword by Damon Hill. This top-quality reference covers every aspect of Grand Prix racing, from the start of the modern-day F1 World Championship in 1950 to the present day. Filled with detailed chronicles of the efforts of driving greats Fangio, Moss, Mansell, Senna, Hill and Schumacher, plus season by season accounts with statistics, essential data on the top teams, classic races, the great cars, ground-breaking technology, and the world's top race circuits.

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About the author (1996)

Bruce Jones is the former Editor-at-Large for the weekly magazine "Autosport", the acknowledged world authority on motor sport at all levels, from the pinnacle of Formula One to the grass-roots formulae. The author of the best-selling "Ultimate Encyclopedia of Formula One" & "Fifty Years of the Formula One World Championship", he has contributed to many motor sport books & magazines worldwide, including biographies of Formula One team owners Frank Williams & Colin Chapman.

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