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F1 drivers get behind the lens

It's a hard life being an F1 driver. While most people were relaxing at home with family on Easter Sunday F1's superstars were tearing round the track in China. It makes you wonder what they would have been getting up to if they hadn't been at work.F1 drivers are famous for being in front of the lens but a book which has been released this month turns the tables. It is called Zoom: Personal Images and Insights from the Stars of Formula 1 and it is available to buy now in UK bookshops via the VSP website.The book is published by Vision Sports Publishing, the company which produces the official Wimbledon annual, and it is a glossy affair. It contains photos taken by all of the drivers and...
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