Formula 1 Circuits from Above: 28 Legendary Tracks in High-Definition Satellite Photography, by Bruce Jones
© 2014 Google Earth, ISBN 978 178097 5481 (Hardcover)


Experience the thrill and intensity of Formula One’s greatest circuits as never before, with the breathtaking satellite photography of Google Earth.

'Formula 1 Circuits from Above'From the glamour of Monaco to the heritage of the Nürburgring and from the energy of Singapore to the speed of Silverstone, Formula One Circuits from Above provides a groundbreaking aerial guide to the twists, turns, topography and history of 28 Grand Prix tracks.

Formula One Circuits from Above takes you closer to what it is like to race at 230mph.

Featuring 28 current and classic World Championship tracks and illustrated with high-definition satellite imagery from Google Earth Formula One fans can appreciate every twist and turn of their favourite circuit, as well as every minute detail of the pitlane, paddock and grandstands.

Written by leading motorsport authority Bruce Jones and illustrated throughout with over 350 photographs, Formula One Circuits from Above charts the rich history of each course, including momentous races held there and the most successful drivers. To give you an even greater feel for the legendary tracks, Jones explores eight key corners from each of the circuits – including Silverstone’s Becketts sweeper, Monza’s Parabolica and the esses at the Circuit of the Americas – and explains the particular challenge that each of them provides.

Formula One Circuits from Above is a unique visual companion and shows the world’s greatest motor sport as it has never been seen before.

Formula One Circuits from Above is currently available at all leading book resellers. We recommend our friends at Automoto Bookshop, who can dispatch and ship worldwide – click here to order your copy.

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Richard Bailey

Founder & Chief Editor at MotorsportM8
Hasn't missed a Grand Prix since 1989. Has a soft spot for Minardi. Tattooed with 35+ Grand Prix circuits.

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