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The Unofficial Complete Encyclopedia of Formula One [Hardcover]

Mark Hughes

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28 Feb 2003
The most prestigious and high-profile motor-racing sport is brought to life in this illustrated guide to Formula One. Written by a field expert and lifelong enthusiast, it is packed with insider knowledge and up-to-the-minute information. An historical account of every decade from the early years to the present day is covered. Two separate A-Z guides of past and current teams and drivers are included, from heroes to obscure bit players. Racetracks are also featured - even those that are no longer in use - with their history and developments. An overview of driver/team statistics completes this no-nonsense guide to the fastest sport in the world.

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Mark Hughes raced cars long before he ever began to write about them, competing in karting and Formula Ford in the 1980's. He has immersed himself in the history of the sport since childhood. Mark's considerable insight into the techniques and psychology of racing have been honed for the race track, where he has performed with distinction - including the 1994 season racing for Nigel Mansell's TVR Tuscan team. One of his lap records from 1995 still stands. He has also test-driven F1 cars for March, Arrows and Williams. He began his journalistic career at Motoring News becoming Racing Editor. In 2000 as a freelance journalist he was commissioned by Autosport to be its Grand Prix Editor at Large, and has remained so to this day.

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