Personalised Formula One Newspaper Book
This Personalised Formula One Newspaper Book highlights the greatest moments from this sport, and is a must have read for any fan. A leather bound book which is handmade, and reproduced from newspaper articles dating back to the 50’s.
A high quality paper is used to ensure durability and it really is a fascinating book. Follow this sport from when Moss, Hawthorn and Clark risked all every time they took to the track, to when the sport became international and drivers from around the world pitched their skills against each other. The book contains 163 pages following formula one and all it’s progression, with articles printed in black & white.
You can personalise the books cover with any name up to 22 characters long, and a personal message from you will be printed over 5 lines of 30 characters on the opening page. The name will be embossed on the front at no extra charge to you! and there’s also a gift box option on the book for an additional £5 which will save you the wrapping time!
Let him relive some real burning rubber articles with this fantastic read, an ideal fathers day present, a great birthday gift for a boyfriend and a superb Christmas gift for him. A must have personalised book and read for all formula one fans, and a fantastic keepsake he can look back on time and time again.
310 x 380 x 12mm
Points To Note:
This Newspaper book is an unofficial product, and is in no way affiliated with any club, unless specifically stated.
Double check your spelling and punctuation please, we cannot be held responsible for your mistakes. Thank you.
Personalised products are made especially for you and are therefore non-refundable, unless the item is faulty.
Please do not include accents and special symbols in your personalisation as some of our processes will not allow them. This includes accents above and below the alphabetical or numerical text
If you wish to have any blank lines on your item, please enter a space using the space bar on the line(s) requiring blanks/no personalisation.