Formula 1: The Knowledge (Second Edition) reviewed | F1 review

David Hayhoe is one of the foremost chroniclers of Formula 1 by numbers, having compiled the statistics section for the definitive Autocourse annuals since 1991 and contributed to the Wisden-esque Grand Prix Data Book.
Three years ago he self-published the first edition of Formula 1: The Knowledge, a statistical guide which avoided the repetitiveness (and, frankly, unnecessary bulk) of endless race results in favour of a thematic, chapter-by-chapter break-down of the sport by drivers, teams, engines and more.

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