Formula 1: All the Races describes in remarkable detail the 62-year history of the F1 world championship – a handy reference book that should adorn most motor racing fans’ shelves.
For 30 years Di Spires – aided by husband Stuart – looked after many F1 personnel, and now she’s collated all her memoirs in an engaging and amusing tome.
From the prehistoric to the aerodynamic behemoths of recent years, the full kaleidoscope of F1 car design through the past sixty years is featured in Stuart Codling’s rather excellent “Art of the Formula 1 Race Car.”
Tom Bower’s exploration into the rise of F1 supremo Bernie Ecclestone is a good read; if you’re able to gloss over the mistakes that is.
Hunt was no ordinary racing driver, and so “Shunt – The Story of James Hunt” is no ordinary sports biography either.
The truth about out-of-car experiences is revealed in this fascinating book
Founded in 1977 by Sir Frank Williams and Patrick Head, Williams F1 represents the last of the true independent teams; Maurice Hamilton, goes some way to explaining just why there has always been a striking fondness for the team in his latest, rather excellent book: “Williams.”