7 of 9 people found the following review helpful
Poor choice of title,
This review is from: The Death of Ayrton Senna (Paperback)
I bought this book in the vain hope it would shed some light on the actual crash with perhaps telemetry readings and subsequent investigation.
Instead, we get a dull recap of his career, with very few insights and cursory coverage of the Williams trial.
The problem is that the book is so brief (around 200+ pages)it only skims across the subject matter and Senna was a figure who defied such simplicity. If you want to understand him better, this book doesn't have the depth to do the man justice.
The Christopher Hilton book "The Hard Edge of Genius" (which has now been collected into a new book, Senna - The Whole Story)is far superior in every respect.
Don't waste your money when you can buy that book for around the same price