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Book Review: Mercedes Sport by Rainer Schlegelmilch and Hartmut Lehbrink

Mercedes Sport is another Rainer Schlegelmilch and Hartmut Lehbrink collaboration. I have reviewed the softcover version but I have also seen the hardcover book which is much larger and heavier. The book covers a comprehensive ...

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: McLaren – The Cars 1964-2008 by William Taylor

Setting the bar for F1 books I recently reviewed McLaren – The Wins, so it makes sense to complete a review of its sister book, William Taylor’s excellent McLaren – The Cars 1964-2008*. I also have to confess that I’m not a hug...

Book Review: McLaren – The Wins by David Tremayne

McLaren über cool After Lewis Hamilton chalked up an excellent win in Hungarian GP for a resurgent McLaren, I think its time to review one of the serious heavy bound F1 books: David Tremayne’s “McLaren – The Wins”. “McLaren – T...


Book Review: Trevor Legate “100 Years of Grand Prix”

A great photo archive Trevor Legate’s “100 Years of Grand Prix” sits next to my copy of Lewis’ “My Story” in my bookshelf so that was as good enough of an excuse to review this for my next post. The book is divided into chapter...

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...