Edited by Tony Dodgins
Good old Autocourse. What would we do without it? As a review of the season past, with its heavy emphasis on Formula 1, there really is nothing like the big book – especially now the official F1 review has bitten the dust following Haynes’s decision to drop all motor sport publishing bar its workshop manuals.
New editor Tony Dodgins guides us through the traditional top 10 F1 drivers (he’ll be only slightly more popular than I was with Kimi Räikkönen fans), while Motor Sport’s Simon Arron (a former Autocourse editor) and Mark Hughes contribute to the comprehensive Grand Prix coverage.
Like Motor Sport, Autocourse is embracing digital formats and the volume is now also available on iPad. DS
Published by Icon ISBN 978 1 90533 484 1, £49.99
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