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Could have been so much better,
This review is from: Winning Is Not Enough (Paperback)
This book had the potential to be brilliant with Jackie Stewart having raced in such dangerous times and having done so much to change the sport for the better over the years and then in later life having set up and run a new team.
Starts off really well but when his F1 career finishes it starts to turn into an award acceptance speech and an advert for the Mayo Clinic, big long lists of people to thank and attendees at charity events. There is a time and a place for these things and if less space had been given to these bits we could have had a much better memoir. Reading the last chapter felt more like a chore to finish the book.
The first half of the book is brilliant, what a shame this didn't follow through into the second half.