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Red Bull Racing F1 Car Manual: An Insight into the Technology, Engineering, Maintenance and Operation of the World Championship-winning Red Bull ... Manual) (Haynes Owners' Workshop Manuals) Hardcover – 7 Jul 2011
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About the Author
Steve Rendle is a life-long motor racing enthusiast and a keen follower of F1. A member of the Guild of Motoring Writers, he has worked for Haynes Publishing for 25 years, and has written over 50 Haynes car manuals and practical technical books. Recently, he has worked in an editorial/project management role, specialising in technical and motorsport books.
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This is the perfect gift for a Formula 1 fan, particularly Red Bull fans of course, and this book contains an incredible amount of detailed facts and figures about an iconic car which was the class of the field during the 2010 season.
It doesn't go into as much low level detail as your average standard Haynes manual, instead this is more of an encyclopaedia about the car and the Red Bull team itself. After a short foreword from Team Boss and Chief Designers Christian Horner and Adrian Newey we get "The Story of Red Bull". This is an interesting section and instead of simply covering a potted history since Red Bull was established, it goes back to the initial origins when Jackie Stewart and his son started the Stewart Team. Fans will know that this eventually became the Jaguar team before transforming into Red Bull Racing, and the journey is told here detailing all the key people and achievements during that transition.
The car is seen from different points of view with sections giving quotes and opinions from the designers, race engineers, and the drivers. Each section has plenty of colour photographs and diagrams showing the car from all angles and explaining the technology behind each part. 2010 will also be remembered for continuing debate on different rear diffuser designs and McLaren's much copied 'F-Duct' - these too are clearly explained but without missing out the interesting aero-dynamic science parts that we F1 fans tend to enjoy reading about.Read more ›
If you're not a Red Bull fan, don't hesitate to get this book. As a McLaren fan myself, this book is still amazing even if its about the RB6.
The reviews I had read previously also convinced me to order a copy for him and I am so glad I did, he loved the book because it explains so much with numerous comments from all his favourite personalities. Are there any other F1 Haynes manuals for the other teams?
The technical information is presented in a very readable format, written by experts who really know how it is and what to say. A trully great read for anyone interested in motor sport with amazing illustrations.
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A great addition to the series and helped me gain insight into the local team.Published 2 months ago by Roy Szweda
I strongly recommend this product it is the best book and it is to my taste. it is of a great quality of paper and it is a hard back.Published 10 months ago by pete