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Main image: Felipe Massa's Ferrari at the 2011 Monaco Grand Prix. From 'F1 Circuits From Above'. Photo: LAT Photographic.

1. Formula One Circuits From Above

Packed with unique photography provided by Google Earth, alongside great race shots, this hardback book features 28 of the world's most famous tracks giving you an insight into the challenges of each. With words by Bruce Jones, this is a great illustrated book that any F1 fan will love. We have five copies to give away.

Photo: Felipe Massa at Singapore's night-time Grand Prix, 2013. (Steve Etherington/LAT.)

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2. Britain’s Toy Car Wars: Dinky vs Corgi vs Matchbox

The story of three British brands that generations of young boys played with, swapped and, sometimes, didn’t grow out of. Hornby produced their first Dinky Toy in 1934 and Lesney launched Matchbox in 1953 then Corgi arrived in 1956.

Ultimately all three companies disappeared but they left a legacy of toys that are now avidly collected and can be worth thousands. We have five copies to give away.

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3. Earls Court Motor Show: An Illustrated History

A nostalgic celebration of a motoring event that took place in London between 1948 and 1974 and attracted millions of visitors. The book includes archive images of the biggest and best British, European and American cars with many landmark models, heroic failures and one-offs. We have five copies to give away.

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4. Formula 1: The Pursuit of Speed

Formula One: The Pursuit of Speed written by Maurice Hamilton, and photographed by Paul-Henri Cahier and Bernard Cahier, features over 300 images from the 1950s to the present day.

The photographs chronicle the changing face of the teams and their cars, from Lotus and Ferrari to Cooper and Williams alongside the stories behind the intense rivalries of F1 Champions such as Alain Prost and Ayrton Senna.

Photo, from 'Formula 1: the Pursuit of Speed': Sterling Moss, Italy, 1954. (Cahier Archive)

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5. AA Big Easy Read Britain 2017

In the era before the sat nav, an essential part of any journey was a road atlas – but even today with all the electronic gadgetry available to drivers the trusty atlas still has a place in your car. 

Now the AA has launched its latest comprehensive range of road atlases covering Britain, France and Europe with prices starting at £9.99. We have five copies of the spiral bound AA Big Easy Read Britain 2017 atlas to give away. 

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