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Top Ten Grand Prix Books

To ease your Holiday shopping needs, here are our top ten selections for F1/Grand Prix related books. If nothing here grabs your fancy, use the search box at the bottom. When you're done here, see our other Top Ten Shopping Lists.

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Autocourse 2022 Book
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Autocourse 2022-2023
by Tony Dodgins
The 2022 season saw Red Bull Racing and Ferrari go head to head with some spectacular races and epic drives from all four drivers. Mercedes with Lewis Hamilton and new recruit George Russell struggled for most of the season with aero and relentless porpoising until mid way through the season when their performances improved. Hardbound, 9-1/4 x 12-1/2 inches, 416 pages.
Formula 1: The Official History Book
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Formula 1: The Official History
by Maurice Hamilton
Fully revised and updated, telling the complete story of one of the world's most popular, thrilling, and glamorous sports. Bringing together the history of the sport, the book charts the FIA Formula One World Championship, decade by decade, from its first race at Silverstone in May 1950 right through to end of last season's championship. Hardbound, 9 x 11 inches, 288 pages.
Formula One: The Champions Book
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Formula One The Champions: 70 years of legendary F1 drivers (Volume 2)
by Maurice Hamilton
33 drivers in the first 70 years of F1 racing have been crowned World Champions with photos from the The Cahier Archive. Read the full review on Hardbound, 11-1/2 x 12-1/2 inches, 240 pages.
Formula 1 Circuits Book
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Formula 1 Circuits: Maps and statistics from every Grand Prix track
by Maurice Hamilton
Each venue is listed in chronological order from the first time it hosted a Grand Prix, starting with Monza, then taking in renowned locations such as Spa, Nürburgring, Monaco and Silverstone, all the way up to F1's latest destination: Miami. Uncover little-known facts about famous circuits and discover the story behind some of the sport's lesser-known venues. Hardbound, 9 x 10-2/3 inches, 336 pages.
Formula 1 Curiosities Book
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Formula 1 Curiosities: Volume 1
by Carlos De Paula
A collection of facts about the Formula 1 championship from 1950 to the present, from Moss, Fangio and Hawthorn to Hamilton, Verstappen and Vettel, and Stewart, Clark, Lauda, Schumacher, Senna, Mario, plus hundreds of others. A little bit of everything, such as year-by-year highlights, grids, numbering, sponsors, major failures, major achievements, etc.. Softbound, 6 x 9 inches, 299 pages.
Ferrari Formula 1 Car by Car Book
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Ferrari Formula 1 Car by Car: Every Race Car Since 1950
by Stuart Codling
Ferrari has been a top Formula 1 competitor since the series’ inception over 70 years ago. From its first dedicated racer, the 125, through the transition to rear-engine cars to today’s technological powerhouses. Presented in chronological order, each of Ferrari’s F1 cars is featured. Hardbound, 12-1/4 x 10 inches, 224 pages.
Racing with Rich Energy Book
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Racing with Rich Energy: How a Rogue Sponsor Took Formula One for a Ride
by Elizabeth Blackstock and Alanis King
Formula One has long maintained a glitzy aura that masks dark and strange goings-on in the background. But with the 2019 season came William Storey, the founder of British energy drink startup Rich Energy. Storey became a multimillion-dollar sponsor of the Haas Formula One team a year after records showed Rich Energy having a mere $770 in the bank. Softbound, 6 x 9 inches, 292 pages.
Formula 1’s Unsung Pioneers Book
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Formula 1’s Unsung Pioneers: The story of the British Racing Partnership and how it launched motorsport into the modern era
by Ian Wagstaff
This is the previously untold story of a very special British racing team. The British Racing Partnership (BRP), which operated from 1958 to 1964, is best known for its association with Stirling Moss, who was driving a BRP-entered car at Goodwood on that fateful day in 1962 when a serious crash ended his career. Hardbound, 11=2/4 x 11-1/2 inches, 304 pages.
Formula 1 Portraits Book
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Formula 1 Portraits
by Paul Fearnley
A collection of characters, drivers, champions and mechanics who animated Formula 1's glorious sixties, giving a face to men who have truly written the history of the blue ribbon series, all thanks to an incomparable repertoire of previously unpublished photos. Hardbound, 11-1/3 x 12 inches, 340 pages.
Formula 1 Car by Car 1990-99 Book
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Formula 1 Car by Car 1990-99
by Peter Higham
This installment in Evro’s decade-by-decade series covering all Formula 1 cars and teams is devoted to a period when some normality seemed to return after the ground-effect and turbo excesses of the 1980s, except for one terrible weekend in the spring of 1994. Hardbound, 9-1/2 x 11-1/4 inches, 304 pages.

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