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James' long Hunt for happiness,
This review is from: James Hunt: The Biography (Paperback)
Since James Hunts' sudden and untimely death in June 1993 I held certain beliefs and opinions of him, his career and his relationships.
The author of the book, Gerald Donaldson, dispelled some of these opinions through his excellent work.
James will always be a personal hero for me, it was he and the Hesketh team who attracted me to F1 (in the exiting days), his talent was not lost in the commentary box with Murray Walker - he will never be replaced.
How can a man adored by so many live for so long without true love?
When he finally found a true love in Helen Dyson, he was taken from her and us.
Thankyou Gerald Donaldson for this work - truely an excellent and evoking read.
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Initial post: 26 Sep 2012 21:27:00 BDT
D. Turner says:
I was one of Hunt the shunts girls..believe you me he loved us all..!!
In reply to an earlier post on 4 Mar 2014 03:31:47 GMT
Timothy Charles Broue says:
Of course he loved you ALL. Until he moved on to the next girl. Did you happen to do anything with your life ?
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