Formula 1 Black Leather Personalised Newspaper Book


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Key Features:

  • Huge tabloid size H38 x W31cm
  • Hand bound in Black Luxury Leather
  • Printed on luxury paper, with all pages independently cut and bound into a hardback book.
  • Personalise the title page with a name and message of your choice
  • Personalise the front cover FREE with a Gold Embossed Name 
  • Made in Britain

Formula One motor racing is big international business these days with a worldwide audience. But it wasn’t always that way. This fascinating book follows the sport from its early days in the ’50s when Moss, Hawthorn and Clark risked all every time they took to the track. More great Brits enjoyed the limelight including Graham Hill, Jackie Stewart and James Hunt as the sport became international and drivers from around the world pitched their skills against each other and the elements. Tracks and cars were made safer as technology pushed the barriers of speed.

This 163-page book follows the progression of formula one through reproductions of original newspaper reports from the time of the events. It is bound in a Black Luxury Leather, gold embossed hardback cover to which a name can be added. Further personalisation is on the title page. 

Personalise Your Gift:

  • The book is available with a variety of presentation options, with the recipient’s Name and a Message printed on the certificate on the title page
  • All books are personalised with a message on the title page certificate in up to 150 characters
  • You can also personalise the front cover (embossed gold) with the name of the recipient in up to 22 characters 

Please note:

  • This item will be personalised exactly as you have written in the order form so please double check spelling, punctuation and use of capital letters.
  • Personalised products can only be returned if they are faulty.
  • Do not include accents or special symbols as some processes will not allow this.
  • Due to the font type used please do not use all capitals in your personalised message, or the personalisation will be very difficult to read.