Author(s): Bruce Jones
The Treasures of Formula One is not only a riveting history of the most prestigious formula in motor racing but also a unique treasure of photographs and removable items of facsimile memorabilia. Bruce Jones' text drives you through the early years of motoring and racing, the first Grands Prix and the birth of the World Drivers Championship. And, as well as the narrative history running through the book, there are special features on the great races, teams and drivers, all accompanied by magnificent photography and augmented by items of removable facsimile memorabilia from the Donington Grand Prix Collection, the largest of its kind in the world. Fully revised and updated to include the amazing 2013 season, there are features on the rising stars of F1, the globalisation of the sport and its organisation. The Treasures of Formula One is a winner from the red lights to the chequered flag.
Bruce Jones, a former editor of Autosport magazine, is one of the most respected commentators and reporters on the motor racing scene around the world. As well as the best-selling annual Formula One Guide (now in its 15th year, Bruce has written numerous other books, including 60 Years of Formula One, The ITV Sport Complete Encyclopedia of Formula One, World Formula One Records 2012 and World Motor Sports Records 2012. He considers his favourite place to be Goodwood, West Sussex, home of the famous and historic Goodwood Festival of Speed, where he is the track commentator. He lives in Dorset on England's south coast.
In the Beginning; Getting Serious; Maserati and Alfa Romeo; Italy and Germany Dominate; The Story of the Yellow Jersey; Italian Dominance; France; Wartime and Austerity; Brave New World; Silverstone; Juan Manuel Fangio; Decade of British Dominance; Sir Stirling Moss; Francorchamps; Brabham; Spectacular Racing; Niki Lauda; United States; Ferrari; Alain Prost; The 1980s; Williams; Monaco; Ayrton Senna; Michael Schumacher; McLaren; The FIA: Organisation of Formula 1; New World: Global Expansion; The 2000s; Sebastian Vettel.