MotoGP Season Review 2011
In its eighth year of publication, the MotoGP Season Review 2011 has got to be the finest way for any fan of the sport to wrap up the year.
With in-depth analysis and ultra-high quality glossy photos over 208 pages, the different sections of the book provide a fantastic way to recount this year's season.
With the untimely death of MotoGP rider Marco Simoncelli earlier this year, the book contains a poignant tribute by BBC MotoGP presenter Matthew Roberts, detailing his unique riding style and unmatched charisma.
An official licensed product of MotoGP, each review comes with a sticker of authenticity and is the sole publication dedicated exclusively to the sport.
From a season review through to bios of drivers and a race-by-race breakdown including graphics and championship standings, it is immensely thorough.
The photographs are wonderfully detailed and show every minute detail of the bikes, while the accompanying text details the manufacturer's modifications since last season.
As well as race reports, there is dedicated analysis on Valentino Rossi's dismal result with Ducati and a fitting farewell to two strokes.
Priced at £30 and available from Haynes Publishing, this is one book that no MotoGP fan should be without.