The American Legacy in Formula 1 offers enthusiasts a vibrant and in-depth look at the history of all things American in Formula 1. This richly illustrated hardcover portrays the story of American drivers, teams and constructors who’ve competed in the Formula 1 World Championship since its inception in 1950. The work also covers the American tracks of Formula 1 and details the vision, planning and creation of the Circuit of The Americas, venue of the United States Grand Prix. This coffee table-sized hardcoveris illustrated with the outstanding photography of the Cahier family (Bernard and son Paul-Henri) and features more than 200 images. The foreword is contributed by none other than Mario Andretti who reminds readers of the bridge that exists between racing in America and Europe.
|Title:||The American Legacy in Formula 1|
|Publication date:||Saturday, November 17, 2012|
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