The extraordinary events of the 1982 Formula One season are still hard to believe 25 years on. Most memorable of all was the thrilling fight for the title -- the 16 races were won by 11 different drivers -- and the controversy surrounding the deaths of three men, two of them Grand Prix icons.
There were also ominous subcurrents, not least the FOCA-FISA war, the struggle between the turbo and normally aspirated teams, and the driver rebellion over super licenses.
Packed with fresh insight from interviews and new research, this superbly illustrated all-color book captures all the drama of a remarkable year.
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Christopher Hilton, who in 1982 began covering F1 for the Daily Express, is one of Haynes’s top authors. His recent books include biographies of James Hunt, Ayrton Senna and Murray Walker, and Inside the Mind of the Grand Prix Driver. He lives at Sawbridgeworth, Hertfordshire.
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