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Gilles Villeneuve: His Untold Life reviewed 15th February 2015, 11:48
Seven world champions and a host of other major F1 names including Bernie Ecclestone have contributed to this new book on Gilles Villeneuve.
F1 champions Nigel Mansell, Mario Andretti and Emerson Fittipaldi figure heavily in this biography of one of IndyCar’s most successful team managers.
Grand Prix: The Killer Years book review 4th January 2015, 11:30
Television documentary Grand Prix: The Killer Years left a lot to be desired but is this spin-off book easier to recommend?
“It was fair”: The 2014 F1 season DVD reviewed 21st December 2014, 12:14
The official 2014 Formula One season review DVD is a much better video than its bafflingly inadequate title “It was fair” might lead you to believe.
Motor Racing Heroes reviewed 15th June 2014, 11:30
In this collection of 100 articles Robert Newman reveals his personal favourite greats of motor racing, which includes all bar one of F1’s world champions.
McLaren’s Ayrton Senna book reviewed 18th May 2014, 11:00
The latest Ayrton Senna biography is endorsed by the Ayrton Senna Institute and McLaren. But is it worth making room on your shelf for?
Ayrton Senna: All His Races reviewed 4th May 2014, 13:20
The newest book on Ayrton Senna is a race-by-race history of his career. But does it find anything new to say about F1’s most famous driver?
1: Life on the Limit Blu-Ray and DVD reviewed 27th April 2014, 12:00
The third F1 cinema release in four years was also the least satisfying so far. Does the Blu-Ray and DVD issue of 1: Life on the Limit make up for its shortcomings?
Official F1 Live Timing App 2014 reviewed 23rd March 2014, 12:07
As F1’s free live timing page has been drastically cut back for 2014, is it worth shelling out £9.99 for a year’s subscription to the official app?
Who Can Stop Him? 2013 F1 season Blu-ray reviewed 5th February 2014, 12:00
If you’ve been eagerly awaiting the high definition video review of last season your patience has not been well-rewarded: the Blu-Ray version offers little more than the DVD.