Niall Mackenzie has been Britain's most successful Grant Prix racer since Barry Sheene. At his final race in Knowchill in August 2001, more than 20,000 fans turned up to bid farewell to their local hero. Niall has come a long way from Denny where he would regularly get into trouble for racing round the streets and in and out of chip shops to impress the girls. This is a look into the British GP and Superbike scene through the eyes of one of its legends.
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Niall Mackenzie is a three-time British Superbike champion and has just retired from competitive racing to join Carl Fogarty's new team as a test rider. Stuart Baker is a freelance journalist and also works for MCN on a regular basis.Review:
Niall is an intelligent man with a wry view on life ... it’s good honest read Motor Cycle News
An entertaining insight into life behind the scenes on the circuit and a fair tribute to a normal bloke who made it against the odds Sunday Times
His on-tract exploits seem like a Sunday school picnic compared with his outrageous antics off the track News of the World
Packed with anecdotes about track and pit-lane life ... a great insight into top-level action Daily Record
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Book Description HarperCollins UK, 2002. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # M000714489X