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Veloce Publishing is primarily an automotive book publisher based in Poundbury, Dorset. Founded in 1991[1] by Rod Grainger and Jude Brooks, it has published over 700 print and electronic titles under the Veloce name,[2] and a further 30 plus under its Hubble & Hattie imprint, which deals with animal-related subjects.[3]
The name ‘Veloce’ comes from the Italian for ‘speed’, often used by Alfa-Romeo to denote its faster models.The name also references Velocette motorcycles, which were the subject of one the company’s earliest titles.
Veloce’s best-selling title is its Mazda MX-5 Miata workshop manual, written by founder Rod Grainger and Pete Shoemark.
Notable authors who have published books with Veloce include TV presenter Mike Brewer,[4][5] former rally champion and Top Gear pundit Tony Mason and, under the Hubble and Hattie imprint, astronomer Sir Patrick Moore.

Veloce Publishing
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StatusActive
Founded1991
Country of originUnited Kingdom
Headquarters locationPoundbury, Dorchester, Dorset
Key peopleRod Grainger & Jude Brooks
Publication typesBooks
eBooks
Mobile apps
Nonfiction topicsAutomotive
Animal Welfare
Military History
ImprintsVeloce (Automotive)
Hubble & Hattie (Animal Welfare)
Battle Cry (Military History)
Official websitewww.veloce.co.uk
digital.veloce.co.uk

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