It Is What It Is: The Autobiography My normal read is romantic fiction but, being a David Coulthard fan, I thought it was probably about time I knew a little more about him. I fully expected to maybe read the first chapter of his autobiography then lose interest. However, what a wonderful book and insight into the man. It kept me enthralled throughout. Well written, it showed us the person himself - what an autobiography should be - and not much of the technical side of F1 or cars. Perhaps other people writing autobiographies should take a leaf or two out of this book to make them more interesting.
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