Acclaimed motor-racing writer Maurice Hamilton’s new book Formula 1: The Official History is an electrifying account of the history of seven decades of Grand Prix racing, from the first-ever event at Silverstone right up to the present day.
Maurice will give us the inside track on the famous drivers who have graced the world’s motor-racing circuits, tell us all about the defining moments which have made the sport what it is today, and reveal some fascinating stories about this high-speed world you may not have heard before.
Maurice was F1 correspondent for the Guardian, Observer and Independent for more than 30 years, so is in pole position to answer any questions you may have before the chequered flag comes down on the evening.
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