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The second consecutive Formula One World Championship for Fernando Alonso and the Constructors’ for Renault. That is the verdict of the 2006 F1 season...
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The second consecutive Formula One World Championship for Fernando Alonso and the Constructors’ for Renault. That is the verdict of the 2006 F1 season, which brought the retirement of Michael Schumacher, and was being contested right up to the last race between the French manufacturer and Ferrari for the prestigious constructors’ title. To analyse the technical evolution of the recently concluded championship, the outcome of which was among the most uncertain and exciting of recent years, is Giorgio Piola, who illustrates the various phases of development carried out by the various teams in his 2006-2007 Technical Analysis. The engine chapter, written by Mauro Forghieri and Mauro Coppini, and those on the regulations, tyres, aerodynamics and chassis complete this book, which has become a literary classic concerning the fascinating world of Formula One.

Products specifications
Binding Softbound
Pages 120
Size cm. 24x27
Colour Pictures oltre 300 disegni tecnici
Publishing Date 2007
Text Italian
Author Piola Giorgio
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