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on 30 December 2013
An interesting attempt at motor racing history which ultimately does not work. Eion Youngs autobiography of Amon gives us some real insight into the driver whilst John Julian seems too interested in seeing his own name in print along with a rather pointless choice of music. There are some decent, if rather too familiar, photographs but the layout, paper and general reproduction are not up to the publishers normal standard.
Read once, back on the shelf and there it will gather dust I'm afraid.