The Official Formula 1 Season Review 2011
Following the same format as the MotoGP season review, this roundup of another incredibly exciting year in Formula 1 lets you relive every moment through 280 glossy pages.
Once again, the photos really make this review; they are big, vibrant and capture everything in uncompromising detail from the intense focus of the drivers to the glorious sight of F1 cars gliding over apexes.
The foreword by Bernie Ecclestone is, as usual, straight to the point. He talks candidly about the performances of Massa and Webber and the difficulties Hamilton has faced this season.
The book summary claims that each race is 'described in absorbing detail'. I couldn't agree more. Every page sucks you in and urges you to relive the best moments, from Hamilton's time at the top at Shanghai to Button's masterful triumph at Montreal.
There's a detailed review of each race with driver quotes and and lap by lap position graphics and a section dedicated to the driver's thoughts and feelings in their own words. Hamilton's humble reflection is also well worth a read.
As this is an official product, it has the highest level of detail and analysis of any of the books out there.
For £30 this book is well worth buying. Chances are that you've been collecting these for years, but if not, it's the perfect way to delve back into some racing before the new season starts.
To get your copy, visit the Haynes site.