Jam-packed with features by the cream of Formula 1 journalists, this covers everything from Jenson’s season of glory, Brawn GP’s dream debut and Ferrari’s recent history in the sport, through to information on each team and their personnel in minute detail.
Every race is given plenty of room to tell the full story, with a qualifying report, an editor’s view from Alan Henry, a race review from Simon Arron and a full statistics round-up. Other series briefly covered include GP2, World Series, F3, Sports and GTs. There’s a results round-up for each race.
A motor racing fan’s dream, Autocourse, now in its 59th year of publication, is the essential reference for the Grand Prix year, or any pub-based F1 debate. DC
Published by Icon Publishing Limited (www.autocourse.com), ISBN 978 1 905334 52 0, £40
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