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Autocourse rated number 1.

If you want to get your hands on a copy of the 2008/09 Autocourse annual then don't delay, as stock levels are falling fast as people seek to pick up a reminder of a dramatic Formula One season.

The latest edition of the iconic yearbook, now in its 58th year and currently listed as the most popular motor sports book by Amazon, follows the twists and turns of the 2008 campaign as Lewis Hamilton and Felipe Massa went head-to-head for the drivers' title and features in-depth analysis of the F1 year - including the much discussed annual editors top ten drivers.

Autocourse also features reviews of the various four-wheeled series' around the globe, including action from sportscars, touring cars and the various other single-seater formulae – such as GP2, Formula 3 and IndyCars.

With online sales climbing, and our distributors in the UK and abroad reporting rising sales, only limited stock remains of 2008/09 yearbook, while its sister publication Motocourse is also close to selling out.

To ensure therefore that you don't miss out on a chance to get hold of either Autocourse or Motocourse, simply CLICK HERE before stock levels expire.


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JDPower - Unregistered

December 30, 2008 10:32 PM

Well it's not the first time they've used a supposed 'news' story to advertise their book. Don't worry though, these comments will soon be removed and comments disabled :rolleyes:



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