Octane (UK), November 2006 You don t need an interest in motor racing to be gripped by this intensely moving and very personal work. "
David Tremayne, motor racing correspondent for The Independent, has written a number of well-received titles for Haynes including The Science of Formula 1 Design and Rubens Barrichello: In the wheeltracks of Senna. He lives in London.
Been trying to get this book for a long time. Arrived in time for Christmas and was a real treat for my husband.Published 8 months ago by Celia Porthouse
One of the better racing books ,especially if you were around at the time.Published 9 months ago by R Gray
For anyone who thought James Hunt was the only great British driver of his generation, this book will paint a different picture and show just what a lottery racing in F1 was in the... Read morePublished 16 months ago by Robert Hart
Who's only 19, but knows everything and anything like a walking encyclopaedia when it comes to F1 - probably because she's the third generation in a family that have lived and... Read morePublished 20 months ago by Jersey Customer
Having grown up with Tony and the Brise family, it is a wonderful tribute. It is well written and has good photos. Made me cry!Published 21 months ago by Stella Cressey
The Lost Generation was a fantastic read, and the detail was well researched and of the highest quality. Read morePublished on 9 July 2012 by Brian J
a fantastic read,a must for people who like to read about 70's motor racing and the three young men who or might have made it big in f1,the early years the struggles that they had... Read morePublished on 8 Jun. 2012 by frogman
This is the sad story of three British Formula 1 drivers who were killed over a four year period in the 1970s. Read morePublished on 2 April 2012 by Sport Nut