Formula 1 Technical Analysis 2012/2013
Ferrari, competitive until mid-season, had to be content with Fernando Alonso's second place in the end. On the technical front, the 2012 world championship will be remembered for the large air intakes in the noses of many of the cars, their purpose to recover aerodynamic load; then there were the sophisticated F-Ducts created by Mercedes-Benz and the pull rod front suspension layout designed by Ferrari. In this well-established publication, author, designer and television commentator Giorgio Piola analyses the various development phases of the different teams during the world championship. Brief but exhaustive texts illustrated with hundreds of technical designers in full colour are the main elements of this book, which concludes with a section on the cars that will be the protagonists of the 2013 season.
- Paperback | 120 pages
- 238 x 268 x 10mm | 599.99g
- 01 Dec 2013
- Giorgio Nada Editore
- Vimodrone, Italy
- 400 technical designs & photos in colour
About Giorgio Piola
Giorgio Piola was born in Genoa in 1948 and since 1969 he has been a journalist and television commentator on all Formula One World Championships. Since 1994, he has been the author of the book "Formula One Technical Analysis," in which he analyses the evolution of the cars year-by-year.