This book is the result of 14 years of work by the author and is comprised of two volumes which cover the history of Formula 1 racing. It contains over 1200 photographs, some from the exclusive collection of Bernard Cahier, the famous 50's photographer, who has also written a feature. The book enables readers to see at a glance the evolution of all Formula 1 cars since the creation of each team. There are comprehensive results of all Grand Prix from 1950 to the present day, lap charts of all races, starting grids and over 400 drawings representing all the cars from all the significant teams who have entered the Formula 1 championship over the last 57 years. Also included is an interview with F1 specialist, Nigel Roebuck. This third edition has been fully updated to include the 2006 season and is a unique collection of memories and information on the past 57 years of Grand Prix.Über den Autor:
Pierre Menard is an independent writer and famous motorsport historian in France. He is a freelance contributor to many Classic Car magazines in France and co-writes the Formula One Legends series.
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