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  • Author:
    Bruce Jones
  • ISBN:
    1847323596
  • ISBN13:
    978-1847323590
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  • Publisher:
    Carlton Books Ltd (October 1, 2009)
  • Pages:
    32 pages
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F1: Go, Go, Go!" is the perfect introduction to the world of Formula 1 motor racing, for many the world's most exciting sport

F1: Go, Go, Go!" is the perfect introduction to the world of Formula 1 motor racing, for many the world's most exciting sport. Each spread covers a different aspect of motor racing, from the cars and the drivers to the track and the garage, as well the technical side and a brief history of the sport. The entertaining text is illuminated by a stunning array of photographs, and some spreads have items that can be open and shut, making this a truly interactive book.

Please try your request again later. Bruce Jones is one of the best-known faces and voices in motor racing. OK. Formula One: The Illustrated History Hardcover – Illustrated, October 2, 2018. by. Bruce Jones (Author). As a broadcaster, he appears regularly on radio and television and still contributes to many magazines.

Title: Formula 1 Go Go Go!!! Author: Bruce Jones. Publisher: Allen & Unwin. 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

Title: Formula 1 Go Go Go!!! Author: Bruce Jones. 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 bins, but content-wise it is geared specifically for junior readers. Every 2 pages provides a photo splash foldouts covering various aspects of F1 including the cars, drivers, cockpit, driving & tyres, qualifying & race, team, pitstops, garage, tracks, paddock trucks, world champions. In 28 pages you can get a whirlwind guide to all these.

Further progress was delayed when Stan Jones went bankrupt in an Australian economic recession. The next year Alan did well enough in Formula Atlantic for a private entrant to upgrade him to Formula One in a Hesketh for 1975. In 1967 Alan managed to scrape together enough cash to finance a traditional Australian tour of England and Europe. During this trip he decided that any future in motorsport would have to be pursued abroad. He finished that season with Graham Hill's team, scoring a solid fifth at the Nurburgring that convinced John Surtees to employ him for 1976.

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Bruce Eliot Jones (born 1946) whose pen names include Philip Roland and Bruce Elliot, is an American comic book writer, novelist, illustrator, and screenwriter whose work included writing Marvel Comics' The Incredible Hulk from 2001 to 2005

Bruce Eliot Jones (born 1946) whose pen names include Philip Roland and Bruce Elliot, is an American comic book writer, novelist, illustrator, and screenwriter whose work included writing Marvel Comics' The Incredible Hulk from 2001 to 2005. Jones broke into comics in 1969 when he moved to New York City from his native Kansas City, Missouri, looking for work as a comics artist

"F1: Go, Go, Go!" is the perfect introduction to the world of Formula 1 motor racing, for many the world's most exciting sport. Each spread covers a different aspect of motor racing, from the cars and the drivers to the track and the garage, as well the technical side and a brief history of the sport. The entertaining text is illuminated by a stunning array of photographs, and some spreads have items that can be open and shut, making this a truly interactive book. The readers of "F1: Go, Go, Go!" may be too young to get behind the wheel of a Formula 1 car, but this is next best thing!