Martin Brundle is known throughout much of the English-speaking world as the voice of Formula One. He was a successful Grand Prix driver for teams such as McLaren, Benetton, Brabham, and Tyrrell. In 1988, he was the World Sportscar Champion, a category in which he reigned supreme. He first shot to fame when he had an epic tussle for the British Formula Three championship against Ayrton Senna. In identical cars, Brundle beat Senna eight times, led the series, and finally finished a close second after more than 20 thrilling races. This fascinating book follows Martin's remarkable career that started with banger racing as a child, beating the grown-ups, through touring cars in which he won against some of the biggest names in the sport. He battled with Senna and was an F1 teammate with such legends as Michael Schumacher and Mika Hakkinen. He became a top TV broadcaster, winning many awards, making F1 compelling to watch for tens of millions. This 256-page book is packed with Brundle's own memorabilia, contributions from more than 50 personalities in the motor racing world, and candid comments that are informative, surprising, revealing, pithy, and humorous. Included is a selection of his great one-liners from TV with ITV, the BBC, and the Sky F1 Channel.
Dimensions: 13 x 10.6 x 1 7/8