Art of the Formula 1 Race Car
MotorBooks International, Apr 5, 2010 - Transportation - 208 pages
Formula 1 - the pinnacle of motorsport - features the world's greatest drivers competing in the most technologically advanced cars ever created, machines designed and built by some of history's most brilliant engineering minds. For 'Art of the Formula 1 Race Car', master automotive photographer James Mann has brought a selection of these machines into the studio, and through his lens readers see not just the engineering brilliance of these cars, but also their inherent beauty. With historical and technological profiles by Formula 1 writer Stuart Codling, and commentary from designer Gordon Murray, this book is a homage to the ultimate breed of race car.
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