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watching the wheels book cover
watching the wheels book cover
watching the wheels book cover

New Book Review: Watching the Wheels – My Autobiography by Damon Hill

With the F1 circus moving to the Japanese Grand Prix this weekend, it was 20 years ago at Suzuka, that Damon Hill (son of legendary British 2 time world champion and Monaco master, Graham Hill), claimed the 1996 F1 world title ...
 
 
 
 
 
 
Mark Webber Aussie Grit book cover
Mark Webber Aussie Grit book cover
Mark Webber Aussie Grit book cover

New Book Review: Aussie Grit by Mark Webber

When Mark Webber retired from F1 in 2013, many of his fans were hopeful of eventually getting the inside story on Red Bull, the in-team scraps with Sebastian Vettel and the infamous Multi 21 incident during the 2013 Malaysian G...
 
 
 
 
 
 

The Grand Prix Tyrrells Book Cover
The Grand Prix Tyrrells Book Cover
The Grand Prix Tyrrells Book Cover

Book Review: The Grand Prix Tyrrells Jackie Stewart Cars 1970-1973 by Doug Nye

Formula 1 cars in the early 1970’s had very muscular look distinct to that era – high airboxes, wide noses and big fat rear tyres. Tyrrell, Lotus and McLaren were the dominant teams but the Jackie Stewart-Tyrrell Fo...
 
 
 
 
 
 
Life at the Limit Sid Watkins book cover
Life at the Limit Sid Watkins book cover
Life at the Limit Sid Watkins book cover

Book Review: Life at the Limit – Triumph and Tragedy in Formula One by Professor Sid Watkins

With the passing of legendary F1 medico, Professor Sid Watkins, I had to dust off my ragged copy of his 1996 book Life at the Limit – Triumph and Tragedy in Formula One for a quick re-read. This book is an interesting account o...
 
 
 
 
 
 

Mark Webber Up Front Book Cover
Mark Webber Up Front Book Cover
Mark Webber Up Front Book Cover

Book Review: Mark Webber’s “Up Front – 2010 A Season to Remember”

The Low Down Mark Webber’s book Up Front is mainly focused on the closely fought 2010 season with a short chapter of his 2009 season as a brief introduction.
 
 
 
 
 
 




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