Formula 1’s heritage in the United States is significant and the future bodes well for future races. Through this book, enthusiasts are offered a valuable look into the history of American drivers in Formula 1. It recounts the history of Americans in the Formula 1 World Championship, and offers a detailed review of the drivers, teams, constructors and tracks involved. It is illustrated with the superb photographic work of the Cahier family (Bernard and son Paul-Henri), and others. Whether on a coffee table or prized amongst a bookshelf, this historical collector’s piece will make the perfect statement for any Formula 1 aficionado. Mario Andretti introduces the book and reminds readers of the bridge that exists between America and Europe, as well as its importance to his own career.