I actually received the second edition of The Ultimate Encyclopedia of Formula One as a Christmas present over ten years’ ago, and it was one of the the first Formula 1 books to start off my collections of F1 books that now spans over 50 titles and counting.
I only just received the first edition (reviewed here) some weeks’ ago, and is sequel carries many of the forebears of the original, parent edition, written and edited by Bruce Jones.
Looking back on some of the books I’ve amassed over the years, this series was undoubtedly one of my favourite books and I read it cover-to-cover more times than I’d dare to remember.
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The Ultimate Encyclopedia of Formula One: The Definitive Illustrated Guide to Grand Prix Motor Racing (1995, © Carlton Books, ISBN 1 86309 092 4) is available from Amazon.com
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