Formula One: The Pinnacle: The pivotal events that made F1 the greatest motorsport series (3)
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Formula 1: The PinnacleÂ tracks a history of theÂ changes which have taken F1 from its rudimentary beginnings to the exhilarating high octane spectacle it is today, with a foreword by Guenther Steiner – Team Principal of the Haas Formula One Team.This was very helpful in understanding what I was looking at and how it related to the discussed topic. The book will link technical progress with the personalities involved, indeed many of the swiftest changes have come about as a result of accidents or tragedies — the death of Roland Ratzenberger at Imola in 1994, the same weekend as Ayrton Senna, could have been avoided by the HANS safety device. We are proud to be different and embrace standing apart on a book mountain by working from a virtual inventory which allows us to provide thousands of books that may be difficult to get for your bookshelf or your studies. By using the Web site, you confirm that you have read, understood, and agreed to be bound by the Terms and Conditions. You can change your choices at any time by visiting Cookie preferences, as described in the Cookie notice.
A must-read for completists or for those new to the sport, F1: The Pinnacle is a fascinating insight into one of the most exciting and dangerous sports in the world. However they will need to find the rest of the series of books because this only covers a portion of F1 history and you really need the others to fill in more gaps.
Anyway, why is f1 the pinnacle of Motorsport when for example 24h of Le Mans or the Nürnbergring is much more demanding for drivers and machines? He has edited several publications, including Motor Sport, Motoring News and the long-running motorsport yearbook, Autocourse. He has written about and photographed motor sport ever since, covering events at more than 100 venues across six continents, from Phillip Island in Australia to Le Mans, Indianapolis, Kyalami, Interlagos, Suzuka and Curaçao.
We don’t share your credit card details with third-party sellers, and we don’t sell your information to others.Originally from Altrincham, Simon Arron grew up near Oulton Park, writing and photographing club races for the local newspaper and subsequently Motoring News, until he was taken on as a full-time reporter in 1982. But, seriously, F1 is more and more an artificial show, I mean the title decider last year was a pretty good example of manufactured drama for the audience. This is more of a high level overview of F1 racing through the years and how it got to where it is today.