A resource for any of you who are quibbling over whether or not to order this year's Autocourse, we'll keep this story running with all the reviews of 2007's definitive F1 annual.

MSN Cars - Peter Burgess

"I've been an avid follower of F1 since I was a teenager, which is more decades than I care to think about, yet I have never looked seriously at an Autocourse annual.

In its 57th year, it is now published by the guys that produce www.crash.net and claims to be the world's leading Grand Prix annual. Trouble is, today we are inundated with F1 on the TV, F1 on the web, F1 in the newspapers and, if you're really keen, F1 in the specialist magazines. Is there any point to Autocourse any more?

Well yes, there certainly is. Here the very best Grand Prix correspondents - Alan Henry, David Tremayne, Maurice Hamilton and Bob Constanduros - now have the time to reflect on the season in a more considered manner. The result is a brilliantly compelling read, in all its many sections. Autocourse deals with all the controversy of 2007 and even if like me, you've followed the fighting in depth, there's plenty of fresh insight. Every team and every driver is given a thorough shakedown, and the anal can even track which chassis was used by which manufacturer in each race.

If all this wasn't enough, the 336 large format pages are completed with reviews of the other leading championships from Formula 3 through touring cars to karting. I thought I knew all I needed to about the 2007 F1 season. Now there's enough to keep me going well towards the Australian GP next March."

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Autocourse is available from www.autocourse.com and all good bookshops.

 

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