The Official Formula 1 Season Review 2010, foreword by Bernie Ecclestone
Hardcover, © 2010 Haynes Publishing, ISBN 9780857330017
Now entering its seventh year of publication, the latest instalment in The Official Formula 1 Season Review book series continues to deliver just like its predecessors, providing both the casual and die-hard Formula 1 fan with a great Christmas present.
Documented in over 250 pages in hard cover is the complete story of the 2010 Formula 1 World Championship season, as told by the drivers and key team figures who were there.
All of the highlights of the on-track action, the crucial statistics, and the best photographs of the season are all contained in this one book. You would be hard pressed to find a better summary of the 2010 season.
It was a year that saw many many fascinating topics: the return of Mercedes-Benz as a constructor, Michael Schumacher’s hugely anticipated return, an expansion of the grid with the arrival of three new teams, technical innovations such as the ‘F-duct’, and the first world Championship crowns to Sebastian Vettel and Red Bull Racing after a thrilling season-long battle that saw five drivers in contention.
Neatly segmented into sections covering the teams, drivers, races and the results, there’s also a great transcript of a round table discussion between key team figures and media personalities such as Martin Whitmarsh, Martin Brundle and Christian Horner on the current state of play in the sport.
Using our unique ‘Chequered Flags’ rating system, we award The Official Formula 1 Season Review 2010…
OUT OF A POSSIBLE 5.
The Official Formula 1 Season Review 2010 is available via major book resellers.
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