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Vote for your favourite Formula 1 tracks and win a copy of 'Grand Prix Circuits'

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Vote for your favourite Formula 1 tracks and win a copy of 'Grand Prix Circuits'
Sep 2, 2015, 3:44 PM

With fan-favourite circuit Monza facing an uncertain future we want to know which tracks you would like to see stay on the calendar and those you w...

With fan-favourite circuit Monza facing an uncertain future we want to know which tracks you would like to see stay on the calendar and those you would love to see return.

To help with this we’ve teamed up with book publisher Harper Collins, which is releasing Grand Prix Circuits the first book to bring together all of the venues ever to grace the Formula One World Championship alongside a bespoke digital map of each track.

Written by award-winning F1 journalist and author Maurice Hamilton, with a foreword by triple F1 World Champion Sir Jackie Stewart, the book explores the 71 circuits that have staged a Grand Prix, detailing each one’s history and heritage. It also includes contemporaneous photography and detailed maps created by Collins, a leading publisher of maps and atlases.

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Tell us your top five circuits of all time by filling in the form below and when all the votes are in, we’ll publish your ultimate F1 calendar alongside Hamilton’s own choices.

If you want to be in with a chance of winning a copy of the book, please leave your name in the comments below and we'll select five entries at random on Friday to receive a copy of Grand Prix Circuits.

THIS COMPETITION IS NOW CLOSED

Speaking about his new book, Maurice Hamilton said: “It was surprising to find as many as 71 different tracks in use since 1950. Even more unexpected was the discovery that I had been to 57 of them, either as a working journalist or as a fan visiting the ghosts of circuits past.

“It is perhaps inevitable that personal preferences might, from time to time, appear between the lines of narrative.”

Triple F1 world champion Sir Jackie Stewart, who wrote the foreword of Grand Prix Circuits, said: “Seeing the world’s Formula One race tracks spread across the pages of this book brings home the tremendous colour and variety of our sport as well as documenting the inevitable changes that have taken place since the start of the World Championship in 1950.

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“Every single circuit plays a vital part in motor sport history and I am delighted that Collins and Maurice Hamilton have gathered them together to produce such a memorable record.”

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Grand Prix Circuits is available to purchase from all good book shops and online from 8 October 2015.

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