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autocourse annual book covers
autocourse annual book covers
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What are Autocourse books worth?

A reader recently sent an email asking about older Autocourse resale values. Most collectors are likely to have a few Autocourse annuals in their collection. New Autocourse books of course start out at their usual retail price ...
 
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Kyalami Grand Prix Circuit
Kyalami Grand Prix Circuit
Kyalami Grand Prix Circuit

Thoughts: The F1 calendar

If you’re a long time F1 fan, it’s hard not to be a little disheartened at the gradual disappearance of the historic European circuits. With rumors of Monza disappearing along with the missing German Grand Prix (Hoc...

 
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2015_Malaysian_GP_opening_lap
2015_Malaysian_GP_opening_lap

Thoughts: Is F1 getting boring?

Time for the occasional rant post…If you read the latest F1 news, seems like the never ending debate about the entertainment value of F1 and the spiraling cost for teams is in full swing. The latest F1 calendar and the gr...
 
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powered by honda
powered by honda
powered by honda

F1 engine costs vs sponsorship

Last month, I wrote a post on some of the old Team Lotus contracts circa 1986-1988 that are available for viewing as historical documents online. As everyone knows the 2014 F1 season was all about the financial burden of the ne...

 
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xmas greeting
xmas greeting

Seasons Greetings from F1-nut.com

To all regular and new readers of F1-nut.com, I’d like to wish you all a safe and prosperous new year. I didn’t have time this year to feature books that would make it onto a Xmas wishlist, so maybe I’ll try f...
 
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Bianchi Marussia
Bianchi Marussia
Bianchi Marussia

Forza Jules!

Its been a while since my last opinion post. Although F1 has always been dangerous (witness the 60’s and 70’s), Jules Bianchi’s crash at Suzuka is all the more shocking in today’s high tech safety first ...





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