Lavishly illustrated in full colour, this will be Schumacher's own story of his racing career. It will be a 'from the horse's mouth account' of his life both on and off the track, revealing the truth about his confrontations with rivals such as Damon Hill and his thoughts and feelings on other rivals and team-mates on the international motor racing circuit. It will counter Schumacher's press image as a cold, unemotional individual, and give insight into what he is really like as a person. It will tell the story of his transfer to the Ferrari team and the forging of his new realtionship with them. In addition, it will also contain a round by round account of the 1966 World Championship and use stunning colour photography to convey the excitement and tension of a year in Formula One racing.
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Derick Allsop is a freelance sports journalist contributing regularly to the Independent, the Mail on Sunday and the Sunday Telegraph newspapers. He has written five previous books on motor racing, including The British Racing Hero, Designs on Victory and Mansell and Williams: The Challenge for the Championship. Born in Chesterfield, Derbyshire, he now lives in Rochdale, Lancashire with his wife Sue and two daughters, Natalie and Kate.
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Book Description Ebury Press, 1996. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # 0091827914