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With 852 pages, weighing 37kg and priced at a minimum cost of 2,000 pounds, the Formula One Opus made a grand entry into the Indian market with its global launch at a glittering function here.
The Official Formula One Opus is the biggest and heaviest publication ever on Formula One racing. Each edition is hand-bound in leather and silk, with over 50 per cent of the content newly and exclusively commissioned for the Opus.
It illuminates the history of the sport; featuring numerous interviews and imagery.
It is a joyous celebration of Formula One motor-racing - the definitive story that will take the reader on a journey from the era of swashbuckling heroes who took to the streets of Paris in their quest for speed, to the high tech, high-octane world of the modern sport.
There will be a limited number of only 100 Champions Editions, which will include a signature page hand signed by every living world champion driver. This edition will be protected in a black carbonfibre clamshell case and will be offered for 20,000 pounds.
The Official Formula One Opus will be available in India in the following two editions: The Champions Edition (Price - 20,000 pounds) and The Classic Edition (Price - 2,000 pounds).
Karl Fowler, CEO and Founder, Opus Media Group said,"With the Indian Grand Prix this weekend, we couldn't have asked for a better platform to release the Official Formula 1 Opus. A collection of never seen before imagery and stories on the history of F1, that will make it a prized possession for the passionate fans and collectors alike.
"We are extremely positive about the future expansion and collaborations within the Indian market and our alliance with RK Global will help us further develop our presence in India in the coming years."
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