I have been a "fan" of Nuvolari for many years. Any chance to see a film or read about him, and I take it. This book is a good overview of his life, but essentially what it's doing is looking at source material (eg Luranni) and going into it in depth. If you are a Nuvolari "fan" then you'll enjoy this book. There are quite a few new approaches to looking at his life and he is treated respectfully. There certainly won't be another like him - he was of a very special breed. The only downside with the book for me was that it didn't spend enough time dealing with his early motorcyle racing career - but apart from that - A great book about "The Master."