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A cut above,
This review is from: The Death Of Ayrton Senna. (Paperback)
There are many books about the dangers of F1 and this particular tragedy, but none that I've read have come close to this. Not only is it an eloquent analysis of the accident, the trials and the subsequent changes made in Formula One, but it is also a poignant reminder of what Senna meant to the F1 world and to the people of his native Brazil. Williams covers every angle - he does not try to deify Senna, yet he still manages to write a fitting testimony to one of the greatest drivers in F1 history.
For the F1 fan, an excellent read, one which I highly recommend, but for the Senna fan, an absolutely essential book - you will never read anything that paints a truer picture of your hero.
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Initial post: 14 Aug 2011 05:33:04 BDT
Michael Dansey says:
Is there any added incentive (like photos or footnotes) that make it worthwhile to buy the new Paperback version of the Kindle version?
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