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by David Tremayne

Category: Miscellaneous
Subcategory: Outdoor Sports
Author: David Tremayne
ISBN: 1859606644
ISBN13: 978-1859606643
Language: English
Publisher: Haynes Publishing (November 15, 2000)
Pages: 208
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David Tremayne is a UK based motor racing journalist. The Science of Safety: The Battle Against Unacceptable Risks in Motor Racing. Donald Campbell: The Man Behind the Mask.

David Tremayne is a UK based motor racing journalist. He has written extensively about the Land Speed Record He is one of the founding partners of GrandPrix+, the sport's first e-magazine, with fellow journalist Joe Saward. The Science of F1 Race-Car Design. Rubens Barrichello: In the spirit of Senna and the shadow of Schumacher.

The Science of Safety book. In The Science of Safety David Tremayne examines the philosophy and technology behind F1's ever-evolving regulations, and talks to the When Ayrton Senna and Roland Ratzenberger were killed at the 1994 San Marino GP, it focused the minds of F1 officials and race fans alike on whether it was right to expect a driver to risk his life. A flurry of regulation changes followed.

A flurry of regulation changes followed. In The Science of Safety David Tremayne examines the philosophy and technology behind F1's ever-evolving regulations, and talks to the men who have helped raise safety standards to a new level. Contains statistics on driver deaths and technical advances.

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The Science of Safety : The Battle Against Unacceptable Risks in Motor Racing. By (author) David Tremayne, Foreword by Sid Watkins. AbeBooks may have this title (opens in new window). When Ayrton Senna and Roland Ratzenberger were killed at the 1994 San Marino GP, it focused the minds of F1 officials and race fans alike on whether it was right to expect a driver to risk his life. The author examines the philosophy and technology behind Formula 1's ever-evolving safety regulations, and talks to the men who have helped raise standards

A flurry of regulation changes followed. The author examines the philosophy and technology behind Formula 1's ever-evolving safety regulations, and talks to the men who have helped raise standards. There was deep resistance to change in a sport that still romanticised the era when it was not unusual for several drivers to be killed during a season. No current Talk conversations about this book. He has written extensively about the Land Speed Record. GrandPrix+ won the 2007 Guild of Motoring Writers Newspress New Media Award.

In The Science of Safety David Tremayne examines the philosophy and technology behind F1's . The Certain Sound: Thirty Years of Motor Racing - 30 Years of Motor Racing (Hardcover 1982, John Wyer) -2nd hand book in excellent, like new condition.

In The Science of Safety David Tremayne examines the philosophy and technology behind F1's ever-evolving regulations, and talks to the men who have helped raise safety standards to a new level. Nigel Mansell (David Tremayne) Driver Profiles Hardcover 1st Edn. 1989.

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Tremayne, David (1991). Racers Apart: Memories of motorsport heroes. UK: Motor Racing Publications Ltd. - (27 November 2000).

When Ayrton Senna and Roland Ratzenberger were killed at the 1994 San Marino GP, it focused the minds of F1 officials and race fans alike on whether it was right to expect a driver to risk his life. A flurry of regulation changes followed. In The Science of Safety David Tremayne examines the philosophy and technology behind F1's ever-evolving regulations, and talks to the men who have helped raise safety standards to a new level. Contains statistics on driver deaths and technical advances.
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