The Science of Supercars
By Martin Roach, Neil Waterman, and John Morrison
Explore the technology that drives the supercar, with contributions from the biggest names in the industry.
This is the definitive story of the science behind the cars of our dreams, featuring inside information from the major players of the supercar world - including design legend Adrian Newey, McLaren F1 creator Gordon Murray, supercar mavericks Horacio Pagani and Christian von Koenigsegg, as well as contributions from manufacturers such as Lamborghini, Porsche, Bugatti and McLaren.
What powers the greatest cars in the world? How did we get from the crude mechanics of yesteryear to the high-tech, computer aided designs we see today? Which cars broke the mould?
Featuring bespoke technical drawings from F1 championship-winning engineer Neil Waterman, The Science of Supercars traces the evolution of the supercar through the technology that drives it. Enlightening and informative, it is an essential read for petrolheads and design fanatics alike.
Martin Roach (Author)
Martin Roach is a best-selling author who has written a number of books on supercars, including The Supercar Book for Boys and Bugatti Veyron: Quest for Perfection. He has worked with F1 legends Nigel Mansell and David Coulthard.
Neil Waterman (Author)
Neil Waterman has spent 35 years working in the highest levels of motorsport, and was a senior member of the Red Bull Racing team that dominated Formula 1 and won four consecutive World Driver's and Constructor's Championships.
John Morrison (Author)
John Morrison is a former racing driver with more than 50 years' experience of racing, including winning the Daytona 24 and competing in Le Mans 24-Hour race
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06 Sep 2018
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