Encyclopedia of F1
Mark Hughes, Jenson Button
(Hardback, 256 pages)
The book opens with an historical account of every racing decade from the early years
of international and Grand Prix competition to the F1 championships of the present day. Two separate
A-Z guides of past and current teams are included from heroes to obscure bit-part players.
Racetracks are also featured with details of their history, design,
development and golden years. An overview of driver/team statistics completes this no-nonsense guide to the
fastest sport in the world. Illustrated on every page with colour photographs and archive material,
this is an essential guide to the world of F1 Grand Prix racing.
Formula One 2005 Review
DVD, 210 minutes
(Region 0, PAL)
With Spaniard Fernando Alonso crowned as his nation's first Formula 1 title holder in Brazil, the fight was now on to win the constructors'
championship. It was going to be tough for his team Renault to regain the lead after McLaren moved in front by
two points with its 1-2 finish at Interlagos. McLaren's MP4-20 was clearly the class of the field, but was
Alonso’s R25 strong enough to take on Kimi Raikkonen and Juan Pablo Montoya? Let the battle commence!
This official review features the best coverage from every round, including practice & qualifying
sessions, plus mind-blowing on-board laps.
The Science of F1 Design
(Hardback, 160 pages)
F1 journalist David Tremayne unravels the mysteries of modern Grand Prix car design
in this all-colour book. Using information gleaned from the sport's leading designers, the authoritative,
extensively illustrated text, written with the armchair enthusiast in mind, explains just how a Formula 1
car works. The philosophy and technology behind the chassis, engine, transmission, electronics, steering,
suspension, brakes, tyres and aerodynamics are analysed and the important question of how these parts and
systems interact is explored, providing an insight into the secretive technology-driven world of Formula 1