The Official Formula 1 Season Review 2011

B1690

This is an amazingly fast production and launch for any printed paper book. Less than two weeks after the last Formula 1 race of the season and Haynes Publishing are shipping a high quality season review for 2011…….coverage is comprehensive, the images stunning, the text uniquely informative, the reader can smell the tyres and the race fuel, there really is nothing left to say about an astounding season review, delivered to bookshops at a speed worthy of the topic

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NAME: The Official Formula 1 Season Review 2011
CLASSIFICATION: Book reviews
FILE: R1690
Date: 141211
AUTHOR: Managing Editor Steve Rendle
PUBLISHER: Haynes Publishing
BINDING: Hard back
PAGES: 280
PRICE: £30.00
GENRE: Non-Fiction
SUBJECT: Formula 1, motor racing, World Championship, race car drivers, Formula 1 constructors, race officials, race tracks, Grand Prix
ISBN: 978-0-85733-108-3
IMAGE: B1690
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DESCRIPTION: This is an amazingly fast production and launch for any printed paper book. Less than two weeks after the last Formula 1 race of the season and Haynes Publishing are shipping a high quality season review for 2011. Of course the earliest information is a year old, but however a publisher builds a book during a year there is final proof reading, printing and binding, and delivery from the print works to the warehouse ready for shipping. It shows what can be achieved with modern book production technology. Bernie Ecclestone has written the foreword, reflecting on the characters and technologies that have dominated 2011. This is a book that everyone following Formula 1 motor racing will want to own. There is lavish illustration in full colour through the book and crisp text that covers the progress of another exciting year of racing with all of the twists and turns in a dynamic sport. This is an unrivalled access to all areas of the 2011 Season. There are comprehensive race reports, analysis of each race that includes am ‘Inside Line’ from each driver, senior team member or official.
Having said that the coverage is comprehensive, the images stunning, the text uniquely informative, the reader can smell the tyres and the race fuel, there really is nothing left to say about an astounding season review, delivered to bookshops at a speed worthy of the topic. For the quality of production and of content, the price is aggressive. With Christmas almost here and the 2012 Season to look forward to, this is a product that should fly off the bookshop shelves. Excellent!!

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