One of the things we all love about F1 is the statistics. Ask any F1 fan how many championships Michael Schumacher won or who the youngest race-winner is and they could probably tell you the answer in their sleep.
But what about some more obscure bits of trivia, like which multiple-championship winning team finished 13 laps behind the winner in its first grand prix? Or which driver gave Ferrari its 100th pole position?
The answer to those questions and plenty more can be found in this year’s edition of World Formula 1 Records, and we’ve got a copy to give away. This 192-page book features all kind of statistics from right across the history of F1 and includes everything up to the end of the 2016 season. It’s not just filled with text though, as the book also contains 380 images which bring the various stats and facts to life.
So wanna win a copy for yourself? Then here’s what you need to do.
Our five favourites will win a copy of World Formula 1 Records. You’ve got until Wednesday November 15, so get tweeting us.