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Formula 1 go go go book cover
Formula 1 go go go book cover
Formula 1 go go go book cover

Book Review: Formula 1 Go Go Go!!! by Bruce Jones

Remember when Lewis last had a yellow helmet? Published in 2009 when Kimi, Fernando and Lewis were the top guns, this short hardcover book by Bruce Jones has Lewis MP4/23 on the cover. It’s one you may find in the bargain...
 
 
 
 
 
 
Formula One Circuits from Above book cover
Formula One Circuits from Above book cover
Formula One Circuits from Above book cover

Book Review: Formula One Circuits from Above by Bruce Jones

Suzuka is such a beautiful circuit with its unique curves and figure 8 layout. A book that uses Google Earth aerial photos to map F1 circuits is Bruce Jones’ “F1 Circuits from Above”. This landscape format har...
 
 
 
 
 
 

lewis hamilton world champion bruce jones book cover
lewis hamilton world champion bruce jones book cover
lewis hamilton world champion bruce jones book cover

Book Review: Lewis Hamilton Formula One World Champion by Bruce Jones

After taking the 2014 title, Lewis is probably at the height of his powers. Hard to believe its took him 6 years to win his 2nd championship since 2008 (Fernando are you still counting?) Bruce Jones’ “Lewis Hamilton...
 
 
 
 
 
 
Grand Prix Yesterday & Today
Grand Prix Yesterday & Today
Grand Prix Yesterday & Today

Book Review: Grand Prix Yesterday & Today by Bruce Jones

Bruce Jones is the author of several excellent F1 history books like “Treasures of Formula One”. In Grand Prix Yesterday & Today, he takes a slightly different twist from his other books by contrasting aspects o...
 
 
 
 
 
 

Treasures of Formula One book cover
Treasures of Formula One book cover
Treasures of Formula One book cover

Book Review: Treasures of Formula One by Bruce Jones

F1 museum in a book I bought Treasures of Formula One by Bruce Jones a few years ago online sight unseen, so I was pleasantly surprised to find its slipcase format and content making it one of the more unique F1 books I have se...
 
 
 
 
 
 




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