Formula One motor racing is big international business these days with a worldwide audience. But it wasn't always that way. This fascinating book follows the sport from its early days in the '50s when Moss, Hawthorn, and Clark risked all every time they took to the track. More great Brits enjoyed the limelight including Graham Hill, Jackie Stewart, and James Hunt as the sport became international and drivers from around the world pitched their skills against each other and the elements. Tracks and cars were made safer as technology pushed the barriers of speed. This 163-page book follows the progression of formula one through reproductions of original newspaper reports from the time of the events. Any articles originally printed in full colour from 2006 onwards will be displayed as such. It is bound in a tan, hardback cover to which a name can be added. Further personalisation is on the title page. A4 in size.