Formula 1 Technical Analysis 2016-2018

Formula 1 Technical Analysis 2016-2018
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Format: Hardback, 208 Pages
ISBN: 9788879116848
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The last edition of an automotive literary classic: the technical analysis of Formula 1 penned by Giorgio Piola. After 25 years of publication, the historic draughtsman is bringing the curtain down on this experience with a volume that examines the last three seasons, from 2016 to 2018, as always reviewing the principal technical innovations in the spheres of chassis and engine design. This three-year analysis is appropriately completed with a retrospective of some of Piola’s most important drawings from a 50-year career that began back in 1969.

Formula 1 Technical Analysis is the only book of its kind that unveils all the technical secrets - even the most carefully hidden ones - of the Formula 1 World Championship cars. Engines, chassis, brakes, tires, this is an especially rigorous analysis of the car, but also their steering wheels and suspension. An essential for real Formula 1 enthusiasts for almost 30 years, this annual , this book also reviews in its second part the main new technical developments devised by the various teams during the covered seasons. The book is illustrated by more than 500 color technical designs, created by Piola himself.

The author

Giorgio Piola was born in Genoa in 1948 and since 1969 he has been a journalist and television commentator on all Formula One World Championships. Since 1994, he has been the author of the book "Formula One Technical Analysis", in which he analyses the evolution of the cars year-by-year.

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Format: Hardback, 208 Pages
ISBN: 9788879116848
Illustrations: 600 technical drawings
Size: 9.75 in x 11 in / 247.65 mm x 279.4 mm
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