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Formula 1 & Monza - Immagini di una Corsa / A Race in Pictures (Hardcover): Enrico Mapelli Formula 1 & Monza - Immagini di una Corsa / A Race in Pictures (Hardcover)
Enrico Mapelli
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The stories of Monza and Formula 1 are inseparable, two examples of motor sport par excellence that come together once a year, cross each other's paths and bring to life pages of history rich in fascination. In this book, enthusiasts will find accounts, but above all the pictures covering the most significant moments in a long journey that began way back in 1949 to reach the present day, with the exploits of the stars of the wheel and the best single seaters ever. To cover once again this exciting partnership is to immerse oneself in drivers, technicians, cars and the spectators - those of Monza are unique and incomparable - triumphs and tragedies. Hundreds of mostly previously unpublished pictures in colour and black and white comprise the structure of this volume, which just has to be in the libraries of all Formula 1 enthusiasts.

What Doesn't Kill You... - My Life in Motor Racing (Hardcover): Johnny Herbert What Doesn't Kill You... - My Life in Motor Racing (Hardcover)
Johnny Herbert 1
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Johnny Herbert was one of the most brilliant natural talents to emerge in motor racing, but for all his bravery and prowess, he's lucky to be alive. After becoming British Junior Karting Champion (losing part of a finger in the process), then the Formula 3 title for Eddie Jordan in 1987, he was all set for a glittering debut season in Formula 1 when he was caught in a mass pile-up at Brands Hatch. That horrific crash threatened to end his career, but Herbert made a miraculous recovery, was a hugely popular winner of the British Grand Prix in 1995, and enjoyed 25 years of competitive motorsport, becoming the only British driver to win the 24 hours of Le Mans followed by a Grand Prix. And all that despite driving every pace in extreme pain; in fact, as the first and only disabled driver in F1 history. While chronicling an extraordinary life behind the wheel with cheer and his trademark cheeky humour, What Doesn't Kill You... contains a wealth of stories from the hard end of Formula 1: on Johnny's team-mate Michael Schumacher, legends like Ayrton Senna and Alain Prost, his fellow British adversaries Damon Hill, Martin Brundle and Nigel Mansell, and of course all those gruesome accidents. With an encyclopaedic knowledge and love of the sport, Johnny Herbert's memoir, much like the man himself, delivers brilliance from the back of the grid.

Tyler Alexander: A Life and Times with McLaren 2015 (Hardcover): Tyler Alexander Tyler Alexander: A Life and Times with McLaren 2015 (Hardcover)
Tyler Alexander; Foreword by Bernie Ecclestone 1
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In the follow-up to McLaren From The Inside, Tyler Alexander tells the full story of his remarkable 50-year career in motorsport. Universally respected within the racing community for his experience, work ethic, and outspoken honesty, Alexander deserves to be better known outside it. A Life and Times With McLaren brings Tyler's story to a wider audience of racing fans. Alexander's autobiography tells what it was like to work with some of the greatest names in motorsport, and explains the technical ingenuity, hard work, and luck required to sustain a successful team. The book also includes scores of rare photos and contributions from old friends like Mario Andretti and Jackie Stewart. Bruce McLaren and the racing team he created have been the subject of many books, but none told in such detail from the inside. As a founding member of the McLaren team, Alexander witnessed its early triumphs in the Can-Am series, Formula One, and Indianapolis 500, and played an essential role in the design, testing, and construction of many of its cars.

Champion Racing - A Little Bit of Magic (Hardcover): David Tremayne Champion Racing - A Little Bit of Magic (Hardcover)
David Tremayne
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When Florida Porsche dealer Dave Maraj launched his Champion Racing team in 1993, few observers would have guessed it would eventually become a top competitor in the American Le Mans Series, the Speedvision World Challenge, and even the 24 Hours of Le Mans. In this book, author David Tremayne tells the full story of the team's rise, and explains how Maraj's commitment to hard work, intense preparation, and empowering the right people made all the difference. Produced with support from Champion Porsche, this is a fitting tribute to the legacy of a great motor racing team.

The Nearly Men (Paperback): Lloyd Bonson The Nearly Men (Paperback)
Lloyd Bonson
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One Hit Wonders, 2 - The Story of One Off Grand Prix Winners (Paperback): Lloyd Bonson One Hit Wonders, 2 - The Story of One Off Grand Prix Winners (Paperback)
Lloyd Bonson
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A look at the drivers and teams who have won only one World Championship Grand Prix, since the formation of the championship in 1950. Updated for 2013 with all the latest information and statistics, plus photographs.

2013 Formula 1 Wall Calendar (Calendar): Teneues 2013 Formula 1 Wall Calendar (Calendar)
Teneues
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A Different Kind of Life (Paperback, Reprint ed.): Virginia Williams, Pamela Cockerill A Different Kind of Life (Paperback, Reprint ed.)
Virginia Williams, Pamela Cockerill
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Formula One's Famous Failures (Paperback): Matthew Teaters Formula One's Famous Failures (Paperback)
Matthew Teaters
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Created in 1950, the Formula One World Championship is the pinnacle of auto racing. The most popular form of motor sports on Earth, some of its marquee teams are known throughout the world, such as Ferrari, McLaren, and Lotus. Formula One's glamorous outlook and incredible marketing power make one believe that it is a fantasy world of expensive machinery and super hero drivers, a dazzling array of lines and colors. But if one looks closer into the history of the world Championship, one will notice another side to Formula one, a side of failure. It is obvious that not every car can be a Lotus 49 or a Williams FW 14B. And not every engine can have the impact of a Ford Cosworth DFV or a Honda turbo, in fact very few are, but some stand out as some of Formula One's most famous failures. What are the worst? That is certainly open to debate. Each year, for every winner, there are numerous disappointments, but this novel hopes to illustrate the fights and famines of the Grand Prix World.

Enzo Ferrari - A Life (Paperback, New Ed): Richard Williams Enzo Ferrari - A Life (Paperback, New Ed)
Richard Williams 2
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For tens of millions of people around the world, a single name evokes the world of speed - Enzo Ferrari. Today's Formula One would be unthinkable without the presence of the Ferrari cars on the grid. Win or lose, Ferrari attract more fans than all the other teams combined. And the cars unique appeal - their mystique, their myth - has its origins in the story of one man with a dictator's will and the cunning of a Machiavelli. Going back to the origins of "The Old Man", tracing his remarkable rise to prominence, and using sources which have hitherto remained silent, Richard Williams tells the story of a man who was one of the key figures of sport in the twentieth century, and whose influence over his sport is undiminished today, more than a decade after his death.

Murray Walker - Unless I'm Very Much Mistaken (Paperback, New Ed): Murray Walker Murray Walker - Unless I'm Very Much Mistaken (Paperback, New Ed)
Murray Walker 2
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The voice of motor racing and much loved public figure - and the man responsible for introducing millions of viewers to the previously inaccessible world of Formula 1 - tells the story of his incident-packed life, with a brand new chapter on his globetrotting adventures since retirement. Murray Walker is a national treasure. When the man who made famous the catch phrase 'Unless I'm very much mistaken... I AM very much mistaken!!!' announced that he was retiring as ITV's Grand Prix commentator, the media reacted as if the sport itself was losing one of its biggest stars. His reputation for mistakes was the making of Walker. He was the fan who happened to be given the keys to the commentary box - and never wanted to give them back. His high-octane delivery kept viewers on the edge of their seats, while his passion for talking about the sport he loved was matched by an all-encompassing knowledge gained through hours of painstaking research before every race. In his book he writes about his childhood and the influence that his father, British motorcycle champion Graham Walker, had on his career. Failing to match his father's achievements on the track after active service in World War II, he made a successful career for himself in advertising which catapulted him to the top of his profession. An offer from the BBC to take over the commentary seat for their F1 broadcasts was too good to turn down, and it wasn't long before the infamous 'Murrayisms' enlivened a sport which until then had been shrouded in a cloak of unfathomable technical jargon and mind-numbing statistics. He also talks about the biggest changes in the sport over the last 50 years, in particular the safety issues which came to the fore after the tragic death of Ayrton Senna, which he witnessed first hand. His partnership with James Hunt behind the microphone is the subject of some hilarious anecdotes, while his views on drivers past and present such as Stirling Moss, Jackie Stewart, Damon Hill and Michael Schumacher make for fascinating reading.

A Championship Year (Paperback): Jenson Button A Championship Year (Paperback)
Jenson Button 1
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From nowhere to the winner's podium: the story of Jenson Button's astonishing domination of the F1 world championship. On 4 December 2008, just a few months before the new season was due to start, the Honda Racing F1 team, which Jenson Button had been driving for since 2006, pulled the plug on their involvement in Formula One. The media at the time reported that it was likely that the factory would be forced to shut, and it was unlikely that Jenson would be able to secure a drive at a top team at this late stage. Yet incredibly, in October 2009, Jenson Button was crowned World Champion, and the new team that had risen from the ashes of the Honda Racing F1 team - Brawn GP - secured the constructors' championship in their first season, a feat never before achieved. If this were a movie script you wouldn't believe it possible, so how did it happen? A CHAMPIONSHIP YEAR tells Jenson's incredible story of the 2009 season, from being written off pre-season to winning six of the first seven races, and finally securing the championship in brilliant style at the Brazilian Grand Prix. Jenson's personal commentary on the races is combined with notes on strategy, on-board radio exchanges, quotes from the team and even text messages to recreate the atmosphere of each race weekend. With a foreword by Ross Brawn, it is a fascinating account of an extraordinary grand prix year, and shows just what it takes to become world champion.

Tales from the Toolbox (Paperback): Michael Oliver Tales from the Toolbox (Paperback)
Michael Oliver
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"Tales from the Toolbox" is a unique collection of behind-the-scenes stories and anecdotes as told, in their own words, by former Grand Prix mechanics who have worked at the top level of the sport during the past 50 years. On the front line of the sport, mixing with drivers and team bosses, they saw a side of it that nobody else got to see and rarely gets to hear about - and this book tells their story. Chapters are themed around a particular aspect of a mechanic's life, ranging from what they consider the highs and lows of their career, to their opinions of drivers and team bosses, the all-nighters, letting off steam, the 'Mechanic's Gallon', nightmare journeys and customs capers. It also reveals a tale of camaraderie between teams and individual mechanics which is hard to imagine in today's highly competitive Formula One environment. The stories are supplemented by photographs from the archives and photo albums of the mechanics themselves, many of which are previously unseen.

Mike Hawthorn One Glorious Hour - A True Story - July 1958 - January 1959 (Paperback): Don Shaw Mike Hawthorn One Glorious Hour - A True Story - July 1958 - January 1959 (Paperback)
Don Shaw
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This is a compelling and moving sports drama, played out in the bloody arena of highly dangerous Grand Prix motor racing of the fifties. It is a real-life story that matches the excitement and suspense of the very best fiction. It is definitely a must-read for all motor racing fans. This story is arguably the most compelling and moving sports drama of all time. It matters because it is a testament to the eternal values of friendship, honesty of purpose and self sacrifice. It is played out in the bloody arena of highly dangerous Grand Prix motor racing of the fifties, an age in which the drivers were still amateurs and the sport controllers and team owners as yet untainted by the corruption of big money. It is as inspiring as it is tragic. In 1976 I was commissioned by BBC TV to write a film about Mike Hawthorn, the first British world motor racing champion. It was never made. The reason? The facts of his life and death were then unclear. Had I known what they were it would have catapulted the drama into the bracket of classical tragedy. Despite research I found myself faced with a well kept secret. During the following thirty five years I kept returning to it, but still failed to penetrate that mystery. Until now. This true story is driven by suspense as the hero is faced with a dreadful dilemma. Rarely does a real life story, as that of Mike Hawthorn, match the best of fiction. ONE GLORIOUS HOUR does just that. Set in 1958 he is one of the four man Ferrari motor racing team in Grand Prix. And he is favourite to become Britain's first world motor racing champion. And he is dying.

Ferrari's World Champions - The Cars That Beat the World (Hardcover): Enrico Mapelli Ferrari's World Champions - The Cars That Beat the World (Hardcover)
Enrico Mapelli
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This title features 100's of previously unpublished colour & mono photographs. This title features nineteen Formula 1 Drivers' and Constructors' World Championship titles from 1952 to the present day and a further fourteen sports car World Championships. Few car manufacturers can boast a roll of honour as rich as that of Ferrari, a protagonist on road and track throughout the world for over half a century. This is the sporting history of the Maranello marque recounted through its championship-winning cars, illustrated with hundreds of previously unpublished colour and black and white photos and accompanied by a brief but authoritative text.

Formula 1 - A Photographic Review of the 2007 Season (Hardcover): Paolo D Alessio, Giorgio Stirano, Mirco Lazzari Formula 1 - A Photographic Review of the 2007 Season (Hardcover)
Paolo D Alessio, Giorgio Stirano, Mirco Lazzari
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Formula 1 Car by Car 1950-59 (Hardcover): Peter Higham Formula 1 Car by Car 1950-59 (Hardcover)
Peter Higham
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Year-by-year treatment covers each season in fascinating depth, running through the teams - and their various cars - in order of importance. Over 600 photos from the superb archives of Motorsport Images show every type of car raced by every team and driver, presenting a comprehensive survey of all participants. The formative years of the 1950s are explored in this next instalment of Evro's decade-by-decade series covering all Formula 1 cars and teams. When the World Championship was first held in 1950, red Italian cars predominated, from Alfa Romeo, Ferrari and Maserati, and continued to do so for much of the period. But by the time the decade closed, green British cars were in their ascendancy, first Vanwall and then rear-engined Cooper playing the starring roles, and BRM and Lotus having walk-on parts. As for drivers, one stood out above the others, Argentine Juan Manuel Fangio becoming World Champion five times. Much of the fascination of this era also lies in its numerous privateers and also-rans, all of which receive their due coverage in this completist work.

Patrick O'brien's Grand Prix Rating System: Season Summaries 2014-2016 (Paperback): Patrick O'Brien Patrick O'brien's Grand Prix Rating System: Season Summaries 2014-2016 (Paperback)
Patrick O'Brien
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The Official BBC Sport  Guide Formula One 2016 (Paperback): Bruce Jones The Official BBC Sport Guide Formula One 2016 (Paperback)
Bruce Jones 1
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The Official BBC Sport Guide Formula One 2016 is back for the 20th season of the best preview book in world motorsport. The FIA Formula 1 season is watched by millions in the stands and has an audience counted in the billions on television, radio and other broadcast platforms. This volume celebrates the thrilling 2015 season, the successes, failures and surprises; reveals the inside stories of every race, the key talking points - looking both back and forward - and previews the 2016 campaign, team by team, driver by driver and track by track. The great attraction of every season of Formula 1 is that what happens on the circuits in February, March and April is normally very different to the action in September, October and November, when the title is normally decided. Race by race, you can keep up with the scores thanks to the fill-in chart. This fantastic volume, the only one you will need, takes you on a trip around the world following the world's best motorsport action. Buckle up: the lights are going red ...

Patrick O'brien's Grand Prix Rating System: Season Summaries 1930-1939 (Paperback): Patrick O'Brien Patrick O'brien's Grand Prix Rating System: Season Summaries 1930-1939 (Paperback)
Patrick O'Brien
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The 2013 Formula One season was dominated by the Vettel/ Red Bull-Renault package, which won 13 of the 19 races. Many reckon that Vettel is one of the great drivers. Some however argue that Vettel was fortunate in having the fastest car, the Red Bull-Renault. Just how good was Vettel compared with his peers? This publication compares grand prix and Formula One drivers, cars and packages in simple arithmetic terms. For the first time the driver has been separated from the car and each is expressed as separate performance elements that make up the performance package. Just how much current four-time champion Vettel contributes to the Red Bull-Renault's recent dominance is explained and quantified. The author's analysis starts from the first car race in 1894, from Paris to Rouen, and includes over 1,200 grand prix races. The Patrick O'Brien Grand Prix Rating System is divided into 13 volumes, one for each decade of the pre-Formula One era (1894-1949) and Formula One era (1950-2013). This book covers 1930-1939.

Patrick O'brien's Grand Prix Rating System: Season Summaries 2000-2009 (Paperback): Patrick O'Brien Patrick O'brien's Grand Prix Rating System: Season Summaries 2000-2009 (Paperback)
Patrick O'Brien
R400 Discovery Miles 4 000 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

The 2013 Formula One season was dominated by the Vettel/ Red Bull-Renault package, which won 13 of the 19 races. Many reckon that Vettel is one of the great drivers. Some however argue that Vettel was fortunate in having the fastest car, the Red Bull-Renault. Just how good was Vettel compared with his peers? This publication compares grand prix and Formula One drivers, cars and packages in simple arithmetic terms. For the first time the driver has been separated from the car and each is expressed as separate performance elements that make up the performance package. Just how much current four-time champion Vettel contributes to the Red Bull-Renault's recent dominance is explained and quantified. The author's analysis starts from the first car race in 1894, from Paris to Rouen, and includes over 1,200 grand prix races. The Patrick O'Brien Grand Prix Rating System is divided into seven sections, one for each decade spanning the Formula One era (1950-2013). This book covers 2000-2009.

The Limit - Life and Death in Formula One's Most Dangerous Era (Paperback, Main): Michael Cannell The Limit - Life and Death in Formula One's Most Dangerous Era (Paperback, Main)
Michael Cannell 1
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10 September 1961: at the boomerang-shaped racetrack at Monza half a dozen teams are preparing for the Italian Grand Prix. It is the biggest race anyone can remember. Phil Hill - the first American to break into the top ranks of European racing - and his Ferrari teammate, Count Wolfgang von Trips - a German nobleman with a movie-star manner - face one another in a race that will decide the winner of the Formula One drivers' championship. By the day's end, one man will clinch that prize. The other will perish face down on the track. Seeped in danger, seductive glamour and burning rivalry, this is the story of two young men living in the shadow of oblivion and dicing with death.

Murray Walker - Unless I'm Very Much Mistaken (Abridged, Standard format, CD, Abridged edition): Murray Walker Murray Walker - Unless I'm Very Much Mistaken (Abridged, Standard format, CD, Abridged edition)
Murray Walker; Abridged by John Nicholl
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The voice of motor racing and much loved public figure - and the man responsible for introducing millions of viewers to the previously inaccessible world of Formula 1 - tells the story of his incident-packed life, with a brand new chapter on his globetrotting adventures since retirement. Murray Walker is a national treasure. When the man who made famous the catch phrase 'Unless I'm very much mistaken... I AM very much mistaken!!!' announced that he was retiring as ITV's Grand Prix commentator, the media reacted as if the sport itself was losing one of its biggest stars. His reputation for mistakes was the making of Walker. He was the fan who happened to be given the keys to the commentary box - and never wanted to give them back. His high-octane delivery kept viewers on the edge of their seats, while his passion for talking about the sport he loved was matched by an all-encompassing knowledge gained through hours of painstaking research before every race. In his book he writes about his childhood and the influence that his father, British motorcycle champion Graham Walker, had on his career. Failing to match his father's achievements on the track after active service in World War II, he made a successful career for himself in advertising which catapulted him to the top of his profession. An offer from the BBC to take over the commentary seat for their F1 broadcasts was too good to turn down, and it wasn't long before the infamous 'Murrayisms' enlivened a sport which until then had been shrouded in a cloak of unfathomable technical jargon and mind-numbing statistics. He also talks about the biggest changes in the sport over the last 50 years, in particular the safety issues which came to the fore after the tragic death of Ayrton Senna, which he witnessed first hand. His partnership with James Hunt behind the microphone is the subject of some hilarious anecdotes, while his views on drivers past and present such as Stirling Moss, Jackie Stewart, Damon Hill and Michael Schumacher make for fascinating reading.

Bernie Ecclestone - King of Sport (Paperback): Terry Lovell Bernie Ecclestone - King of Sport (Paperback)
Terry Lovell 1
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He is the man who created modern-day Formula One. He is both feared and admired for the way in which he masterminded its transformation from an amateur sport of the 1950s into a global billion dollar industry of the 21st century. And now, with his fortune, influence, and power, Bernie Ecclestone has moved into the world of soccer with Renault F1 boss Flavio Briatore to turn Queen's Park Rangers, a struggling west London club, into a serious rival to the capital's glamour club, Chelsea. Overnight, QPR has access to more wealth than Real Madrid, able to compete with the financial backing of Roman Abramovich, Chelsea's Russian billionaire owner. But what makes Bernie run? What lies behind the grim, poker-face of this deal-maker extraordinaire, who, for nearly 40 years, has ruthlessly exploited and dominated Formula One? To many he became the savior of the sport, but there have also been many who have suffered at this hands--the weak and the gullible, the politically naive and unsuspecting. They have a different story to tell. Revealing the unbridled avarice, callousness, and corruption behind the hype of Formula One, this book also shows the warts-and-all character of the man who is now setting his sights on a sport no less decadent.

Tony Brooks - Poetry in Motion (Hardcover): Tony Brooks Tony Brooks - Poetry in Motion (Hardcover)
Tony Brooks
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It has taken 15 years of relentless persuasion to convince Tony Brooks that he should write his autobiography. In the 1950s he revealed himself to be one of Britain's foremost grand prix drivers, yet throughout his career he shunned publicity, preferring to let his on-track performances speak for themselves. This is why Sir Stirling Moss, on many occasions his team-mate in Formula One and sports car races, has described him as "the greatest 'little known' driver of all time."His motor racing career began at Goodwood in 1952 at the wheel of his mother's Healey Silverstone sports car. Three years later, having never previously sat in a Formula One car, he drove a Connaught to victory in the Syracuse Grand Prix, beating the entire Maserati works team at a time when the Italians dominated the sport; it was the first GP victory for a British car and driver for 31 years.Tony's unique combination of speed and smoothness, which has inspired his choice of "Poetry in Motion" as the title of his book, was to lead to works drives with Aston Martin, BRM, Vanwall and Ferrari, bringing him Grand Prix and sports car victories on Europe's three most challenging circuits ? Spa-Francorchamps, the Nurburgring and Monza. Through his extensive autobiography, he explores in great detail the fundamental differences between the hazardous sport of motor racing in his day with the safety and electronically aided business environment in which Formula One operates today. From an era when death on the track was all too commonplace, he survived two major accidents to complete a career trilogy embracing dentistry, motor racing and the motor business. Now retired, he retains strong links with the sport and is frequently to be seen at major events which honour the history of the sport and its participants.

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