An essential for real Formula 1 enthusiasts for almost 30 years, this annual also reviews in its second part the main new technical developments devised by the various teams during the season. And it is a section which is always richer and more completely articulate, also offering an ample preview of the championship taking place. Following this well-consolidated process, for the first time this year the book contains a detailed account of the 2016-2018 season.
Three years in which the world championship has continued to use hybrid engines, with Mercedes-Benz dictating the pace although Ferrari and Red Bull have sometimes come close. With two Formula 1 World Champions – Raikkonen and Vettel – driving its cars, Ferrari has been one of the stars, especially in 2017 when Sebastian and Hamilton clashed in a long, exciting duel. All illustrated by over 500 coloured technical designs, created by Giorgio Piola himself.