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Art of the Race - V14

Art of the Race - V14

By (author) Darren Heath
By (author) Andy Cantillon

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  • Darren Heath is one of the pre-eminent photographers in F1 today, with a unique ability to capture speed, colour and noise through the medium of a still photograph, often eschewing the obvious in favour of the abstract; he has 46,000 Twitter followers
  • Formula one is a global sport with an affluent and loyal fanbase
Full Description
Speed, colour, noise, excitement. Art Of The Race, V14 encapsulates the very essence of Formula 1 motor racing through the lens of Darren Heath, one of the sport's most celebrated photographers. Art Of The Race captures the key moments and rarely seen footage of each race as the season unfolds, whether it's the epic battle between McLaren teammates Hamilton and Rosberg, or the humbling drivers' gathering in support of their colleague Jules Bianchi. Grand Prix races featured: Australia, Albert Park Circuit, Melbourne; Malaysia, Sepang International Circuit, Kuala Lumpur; Bahrain, Bahrain International Circuit, Sakhir; China, Shanghai International Cicuit; Spain, Circuit de Catalunya, Barcelona; Monaco, Circuit de Monaco, Monte Carlo; Canada, Circuit Gilles Villeneuve, Montreal; Austria, Red Bull Ring; Great Britain, Silverstone; Germany, Hockenheim Circuit; Hungary, Hungaroring, Budapest; Belgium, Circuit de Spa - Francorchamps; Italy, Autodroma Nazionale di Monza; Singapore, Marina Bay Street Circuit; Japan, Suzuka Circuit; Russia, Sochi International Street Circuit; USA, Circuit of the Americas, Austen; Brazil, Aitodromo Jose Pace, Sao Paulo; Abu Dhabi, Yas Marina Circuit.
About the Author

Darren Heath is one of the world's leading Formula 1 photographers and an Honorary Fellow of The Royal Photographic Society with over 25 years' experience photographing Formula 1. Andy Cantillon is a professional photographer and picture editor. He is also co-founder of Art Of Publishing Limited and has published books for Boy George and John Lydon. Mr Rotten's Scrapbook won the NME award for best book in 2011.

Specifications
Publisher
Art of Publishing Limited
ISBN
9780993240713
Published
9th Sep 2015
Binding
Hardback
Territory
World
Size
219 mm x 206 mm
Pages
256 Pages
Illustrations
234 color, 22 b&w
Name of series
Art of the Race
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