By Richard Williams
1997, 290 pages, hard bound
'This is a book about the men who drive racing cars, and about their place in our lives. It is about how sport reveals character, and how character is sometimes deformed by sport. It is the story of three drivers: Damon Hill, Michael Schumacher, and Jacques Villeneuve. It is about their effect on each other, their effect on us, and our effect on them.’
This is not a book full of racing stats, but an account of the attitudes and emotions of the key players during the 1996 season. - Donated by The Goebberts.
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