5.0 out of 5 stars
Does what it says on the cover, 3 May 2014
In 2012, F1 fans had to grapple with new technology called weird and wonderful names like "Double DRS" and "Blown Diffusers". It was complicated stuff and hard, if not impossible, to understand what on earth was going on. But the author of this book, Fraser Masefield, is clearly a man who does. Taking each race in turn, Fraser cuts through the gobbledygook and analyses the results and explains what impact the new technology had on that result. It's a novel approach and one that he pulls off with aplomb. All the facts are presented with precision and authority, but in an uncomplicated and entertaining way. If you like F1, you'll love this book.