Les Champions du Monde de Formule 1

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Authors: Bernard Cahier, Maurice Hamilton

Publishing House: E.T.A.I (Edition Techniques pour l’Automobiles et l’Industrie)

Publication Date: October 2020

There are only thirty-three drivers to have conquered the title of World Drivers’ Champion since the foundation of the Formula 1 World Championship in 1950. For the first time, they are all gathered in a book signed by the inescapable chronicler Maurice Hamilton and the giants of racing photography, Bernard and Paul-Henri Cahier. Theseinternationally renowned talents bring to life, through the pen and the lens, a series of striking portraits of these legendary drivers who won the most sought-after title of all by rising to the top of glory. Never-before-seen photographs from the entire history of Formula 1, the words of champions from Lewis Hamilton to Jackie Stewart, and historicinterviews with Niki Lauda, James Hunt, Alain Prost, and Ayrton Senna make this book an exceptionally powerful and beautiful tribute to the winning heroes of the Formula 1 World Championship.



This book presents the careers, paths and auras of the greatest F1 champions like never before. This beautifully illustrated book introduces each F1 world champion to readers by contextualising, thus allowing readers to understand why these extraordinary sportsmen are admired and respected.