Like cricket, Formula 1 all about statistics

Riley Riley

The first edition of Formula 1 – The Knowledge was groundbreaking.

Full of F1 records and trivia, it proved incredibly popular with F1 enthusiasts and fans of racing statistics.

This new second edition is fully updated, with up-to-date stats, and an extended narrative including many amusing, and some serious, stories from the history of F1.

It features more than 1200 sections on the drivers, the cars, the engines, the tyres, and the circuits.
A comprehensive photographic section depicts the changing scene of Formula 1 since its inception in 1950.

formulaThere are performance records of every driver, every car constructor, and every engine make to have taken part, a detailed insight into the variety of qualifying procedures throughout the years, a summary of regulation changes since 1950 and a quick reference guide to every grand prix result.

Performances are analysed by nationality, youngest/oldest, fastest/slowest, consecutive wins, poles, most wins at different circuits, and lots more.

It’s not just focused on drivers and cars, but circuits, engines and tyres too.

This book will be an invaluable reference book, that will both entertain and provide definitive data at your fingertips.

Formula 1 – The Knowledge 2nd Edition by David Hayhoe

ISBN: 9781787112377

UPC: 6-36847-01237-3


$85.00 (US), $111.00 (CAN)

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