Product Review Taken From Four Small Wheels Magazine After last year’s championship being one of the closest fought for years, 2011 saw a comfortable second title for Sebastian Vettel and his Adrian Newey designed Red Bull, though there were still plenty of different winners. At over 360 pages this is the largest copy of Autocourse yet and the authors follow the Formula 1 Championship in detail, race by race. It is the F1 coverage which makes up the bulk of the book but we also take the usual look to the future with round ups of the GP2, GP3 and major Karting championships. There’s a look to Le Mans and the other major sportscar races in both the Le Mans and FIA series, we have a round up of the US racing scene including a memorial to Dan Wheldon, and there’s also coverage of the major saloon car championships. The most comprehensive review of all motorsport and one of our library essentials which will join the previous sixty years’ worth in the editorial office.
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Formula One or single seater
THE review of F1 season and round up of other major motorsports championships. 352 pgs, 150pics
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