Martin Brundle, being a great commentator for ITV with his witty humour, makes him one of my favourite sports personalities. So I was looking forward to his book. From the start, I found it very insightful... and very unusual. Very rarely do I hear or read just as much, if not more, strange stories off the track as on it. The dangers in Rio, dealing with death and getting lost in Japan etc. And that's what makes this book so interesting. Brundle explains his personal critisisms and praise in equal amounts aswell as very specific information on how to drive the tracks. I don't really agree with him on everything he says, especialy on his rather harsh views of Hockenheim, even if he is an experienced driver. With so much personnal passion written in this book, this is a good read, and one that I really enjoyed.
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