Automobile Year 2012 - 2013 (No. 60)

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60th Edition of the leading motoring annual from innovative publisher ETAI. As in previous editions, Automobile Year 60 will be divided into three main subject areas: Industry, Motorsport and Culture. Each of these three areas includes exhaustive coverage of the events that punctuated the year, together with an overall assessment of their collective significance.

The Industry section is divided into 3 chapters: Economics, Production and Design.

The Motorsport section includes chapters on Formula 1, Endurance, Rallying, Touring Cars and American Racing Events. Each chapter includes an analysis of the main contenders, a report of each race with results, and a review of the season.

The Culture section is divided into two chapters: Art (mutual influences between cars and other art forms) and Heritage (collector's market, historic races, concours d'elegance, etc.)

Book Details:

ISBN 13: 9782726896792
Author:  ETAI
Published: 2012
Hard Bound, colour illustrations

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3 Reviews

  • 5
    Very friendly service - very

    Posted by Barbara M. on 2nd Jun 2016

    Very friendly service - very prompt in sending the year book

  • 3
    Same problems year after year.

    Posted by Unknown on 3rd May 2013

    The Automobile Year has the same problems year after year. There is so much emphasis on getting it out for Christmas, that it nearly always does not cover the last races of the World Championships, and other Championships around the world. It rarely ever has reports of the Australian V8 Supercar Championships, which in Australia is "God" to most enthusiasts.
    If it was not for me having these Annuals all the way from Issue 8, I probably would not continue to buy them.

  • 5
    Superb publication

    Posted by Ken Maurer on 10th Mar 2013

    Having all of the Annual Automobile Year books- what else can I say other than an excellent publication of the history of the motor vehicle over 60 years.

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