Formula One: The Pursuit Of Speed: A Photographic Celebration Of F1's Greatest Moments by Maurice HamiltonFormula One: The Pursuit Of Speed: A Photographic Celebration Of F1's Greatest Moments by Maurice Hamilton

Formula One: The Pursuit Of Speed: A Photographic Celebration Of F1's Greatest Moments

byMaurice HamiltonBy (photographer)Paul-Henri Cahier, Bernard Cahier

Hardcover | September 14, 2017

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From the charismatic rivalries of Juan Manuel Fangio and Stirling Moss and the highly competitive Championship battles of Alain Prost and Ayrton Senna, through to the historic tales of Monaco’s winding course and the atmospheric crowds of Monza, the adrenaline-fueled, high-octane world of Formula One has created some of the greatest moments in sporting history. With over 300 photographs – from the 1950s to the present day and many previously unpublished – this stunning book is the ultimate celebration of Formula One. Chronicling both the changing face of the teams and their cars, from Lotus and Cooper to Williams and Ferrari, and of course the legendary drivers who have pushed their machines and themselves to the limits, these incredible photographs are from the archive of   Bernard Cahier and his son, Paul- Henri who have been trackside capturing the drama of the Formula One Championships since the 1950s. Brought to life by Formula One correspondent Maurice Hamilton, they tell the story behind the infamous circuits that have played host to intense rivalries which have produced moments of tragedy and triumph that read like a film script. This new updated version includes photographs from Rosberg's winning and retiring year, and new images for US and French Grands Prix. 

Maurice Hamilton has been part of the Formula One scene since 1977 and was the Observer’s motor racing correspondent for 20 years. He has written more than 20 books as well as commentating on Formula One for BBC Radio. He is now actively involved with the online community on Twitter and writes several blogs whilst continuing to write b...
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Title:Formula One: The Pursuit Of Speed: A Photographic Celebration Of F1's Greatest MomentsFormat:HardcoverProduct dimensions:272 pages, 12 × 10.25 × 1 inShipping dimensions:12 × 10.25 × 1 inPublished:September 14, 2017Publisher:Aurum PressLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:1781317089

ISBN - 13:9781781317082

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UPDATED EDITIONFrom the charismatic rivalries of Juan Manuel Fangio and Stirling Moss and the highly competitive Championship battles of Alain Prost and Ayrton Senna, through to the historic tales of Monaco's winding course and the atmospheric crowds of Monza, the adrenaline-fueled, high-octane world of Formula One has created some of the greatest moments in sporting history. With over 300 photographs - from the 1950s to the present day and many previously unpublished - this stunning book is the ultimate celebration of Formula One. Chronicling both the changing face of the teams and their cars, from Lotus and Cooper to Williams and Ferrari, and of course the legendary drivers who have pushed their machines and themselves to the limits, these incredible photographs are from the archive of Bernard Cahier and his son, Paul- Henri who have been trackside capturing the drama of the Formula One Championships since the 1950s. Brought to life by Formula One correspondent Maurice Hamilton, they tell the story behind the infamous circuits that have played host to intense rivalries which have produced moments of tragedy and triumph that read like a film script. This new updated version includes photographs from Rosberg's winning and retiring year, and new images for US and French Grands Prix.

Editorial Reviews

"Covers the best of Formula 1 motor racing from the 1950s to the present" - Classic Car Weekly

"A combination of the Cahiers and Maurice Hamilton, this book has 272 pages worthy of any coffee table." - Motor Sport

"This beautifully written book will appeal to fans of classic and modern F1 alike." - Auto Express