Introducing Pocket F1 Handbook: Guide to the 2014 Grand Prix Season

Published February 15, 2014

The 2014 F1 season promises to be a dramatic one, a time of regeneration and modernisation that more than anything else guarantees to be unpredictable. With an overhaul in the regulations, a raft of driver and personnel movements, plus a handful of new races to challenge all, it is set to be an eventful year in motor sport.

Defending champions Red Bull field a revised driver line-up, but they are far from alone. All teams bar Marussia and Mercedes have at least one new face behind the wheel. The regulations too create their own special kind of chaos, with new turbo engines, fuel limits, plus a raft of aerodynamic tweaks to challenge the most experienced of engineers.

Commencing in Australia, the 2014 calendar snakes around the globe to nineteen destinations, culminating in the season finale in Abu Dhabi in November. The Austrian Grand Prix makes a comeback, having last run in 2003, whilst Russia steps up to host a brand new race around the freshly paved streets of Sochi.

There is much to look forward to this year, and Pocket F1 Handbook aims to bring you right up to speed. No matter where you are, ensure you have the facts and information on the 2014 F1 season firmly in your grasp.

Available now on Amazon for Kindle and coming soon to iBookstore.

Pocket F1 Handbook 2014

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