This is a lovely tribute to Marco, you get an insight into what kind of a youg man he was. It comes across he was so down to earth and had time for every one, one thing he did do was keep his feet on the ground. There are times when reading this your heart goes out to his family, his mum writing the diaries he would never see, the relationship he had with his father. What a loss to Motogp, we will always be left wondering 'what if'.
Such a beautiful laid out book, simoncelli parents have done such a great book and given a real insight to his life, he seemed such a nice guy, god bless simoncelli and his family, he is sorely missed by all of us.
This book made me laugh and cry on every page. The beautiful photos of his family life and his professional life make this book come to life. The contributions from other riders like Dovi, Mattia Passini and family, M Pirro and Simone Corsi as well as the forward by the great Valentino Rossi make this book well worth a read to any GP of like me a Marco fan. My book will be next to my Barry Sheene and Foggy book on the shelve. Love it (if only the outcome had been different, we would not have been reading this book).
The book gave his life story from being very young and the pictures were great. Loved the comments from his friends Valentino and Andrea, both good sportsmen. I am sure he could have been the next Valentino who I really love watching, love his personality and his sportsmanship. So sad that he passed away so young. I am sure his mother and father must be very proud of him and miss him terribly. Unfortunately when motorbiking is in the blood these dreadful accidents can happen. RIP Marco.
I was always a big fan of Marco as a racer as he bought back entertainment to a sport that had been sadly lacking since the demise of Valentino Rossi. This was not the normal biographical sequence of events in chronological order; it was the views of people that were really close to him. I felt that I really got to understand this very unique character.