Win A Formula One The Illustrated History & The Official BBC Sport Guide Formula One 2016 Books

My Three and Me are huge f1 fans – James is a Lewis Hamilton fan whereas the rest of us are fans of Jenson Button fans – Race days are always fun in our house I can tell you. We were lucky enough to visit Goodwood Festival of Speed a couple of years ago to see our favourites racing around the famous Goodwood Circuit and take part in the Hill Climb race, we’re hoping to go again this year and we’d love spend a weekend at a grand prix (maybe something to consider for our honeymoon).

We have teamed up with Carlton Books to offer our readers the chance to win a copy of the Formula One The Illustrated History Book, worth £25 and The Official BBC Sport Guide Formula One 2016, worth £14.99. Both books are written by Bruce Jones, a former editor of Autosport magazine. He is one of the most respected commentators and reporters on the motor racing scene around the world.

Formula One The Illustrated History follows the highs and lows of over six decades of racing, focusing on epic battles  between teams and top drivers as they have raced their way all over the world. It features an impressive gallery of photographs and inludes exclusive interviews with seven Formula One drivers.

The Official BBC Sport Guide Formula One 2016 is a guide that celebrates the  2015 season, the successes, failures and surprises; reveals the inside stories of every race, the key talking points – looking both back and forward – and previews the 2016 campaign, team by team, driver by driver and track by track.

To win both of these books follow the instructions in the Rafflecopter below:

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