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Book Review: Michael Schumacher – Driving Force by Sabine Kehm

The cover of Michael Schumacher: Driving Force describes it as “…the official inside story of the Formula One icon…”. As we all know, ‘official’ books come with the benefit of direct access to the source but with the risk of be...

Book Review: Michael Schumacher – A Decade of Formula One by Adam Cooper

Not being a Michael Schumacher fan, I’ve somehow still managed to collect a few book titles about him over the years. These books are probably not the best ones on this subject but considering he is the most decorated grand pri...


Book Review: The Limit by Michael Cannell

Michael Cannell is not a regular F1 industry writer but he has obviously researched a lot of books and magazines (check out his extensive notes section at the back of the book) to explore the Ferrari rivalry between Phil Hill a...

Book Review: Ayrton Senna The Team Lotus Years by Johnny Tipler

Whilst Kimi Räikkönen seems to be enjoying Lotus’ resurgence, the Lotus name was last at the top of the timesheets in the mid-1980s with a young Ayrton Senna prior to his world champion success with McLaren. Johnny Tipler’s Tea...


Book Review: Lewis Hamilton “My Story” Special Celebration Edition

The McLaren Prodigy With the driver market focus on whether Lewis Hamilton will stay with McLaren in 2013 and with McLaren back at the top of practice timesheets in this weekend’s Hungarian GP, I dusted off my copy of Lew...

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.