Flat Out, Flat Broke
by Perry McCarthy
2002, 248 pages, paperback
Written by Top Gear's black suited Stig number one, Perry McCarthy writes about his attempts to get out of the family's North Sea oil rig business and into Formula One without major financial back-ing. A sometimes humorous look into the busine$$ of professional racing and TV. Foreword by Damon Hill.
"Perry McCarthy decided at the age of 18 that he wanted to reach the top in the world's most expensive sport. This is his autobiography. Foreword by Damon Hill. "Perry McCarthy does for Formula One what Bill Bryson did for travel writing. But beneath the black humor and wisecracks - funny enough to make you laugh out loud in public - lies an inspiring and at times poignant tale of the rarest kind of racer: one who never gave up and was, literally, prepared to die trying".
David Tremayne, The Independent on Sunday
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