Best F1 Team Books
Team related books are becoming more common now and range from the simple glossy books to the more detailed history storytelling.
A lot will depend on which team you support or are interested in. Excluding Ferrari books and the books already listed in Best F1 books link , below are my current favorite F1 team book selections based on content and presentation. I am going to update this table after I have a chance to re-review a lot of other books in my collection.
F1-nut.com recommended best F1 team books:
1. Benetton Formula 1: A Story by Pino Allievi (editor); Skira Editore (2006)
2. McLaren Formula 1 by Rainer Schlegelmilch, Hartmut Lehbrink; Könemann (1999)
3. Brabham: The Grand Prix Cars by Alan Henry; Hazelton Publishing (1985)
4. Williams by Maurice Hamilton; Random House (2009)
5. Ken Tyrrell: Portrait of a motor racing giant by Christopher Hilton; Haynes Publishing (review to be posted soon)
Best Driver Books
There are hundreds of books on F1 drivers and the choice of the best books is often a personal one. Everyone has his or her favourite drivers but if I were to objectively pick a few of the better books based on research, photography and presentation, the following non-Senna books would be on my checklist:
|1.||Regga – The extraordinary two lives of Clay Regazzoni||Christopher Hilton||Haynes Publishing|
|2.||Ronnie Peterson Formula 1 – Super Swede||Johnny Tipler||Coterie Press|
|3.||Remembering Elio||Lorie Coffey||Coterie Press|
|4.||Jim Clark||Eric Dymock||Haynes Publishing|
|5.||The Jack Brabham Story||Sir Jack Brabham||Minidi|