Formula 1 is automotive technology at its zenith. Each season the designers strive to make their cars even faster, while the FIA governing body introduces rules to make them slower, with more human input. The second edition of this authoritative book, which explains the technical changes imposed since Alain Prost won the 1993 World Championship in a Williams bristling with driver aids, follows developments right through to the 2000 season.
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