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This book does full and elegant justice to one of Formula One's greatest drivers.
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Richard Williams is chief sports writer for the Guardian. His previous jobs include chief sports writer of the Independent, assistant editor of The Times, editor of Time Out and Melody Maker, and head of artists and repertoire at Island Records.Review:
'This book does full and elegant justice to Formula One's greatest driver and wiliest tactician. "Few people really know me", Senna once said. Williams comes very, very close' Mail on Sunday 'Not just an insightful and pragmatic assessment of Senna as driver and complex human being, but a thorough examination of that grim weekend for F1' Financial Times 'A masterly portrait--literate, poignant and truth-seeking' Scotland on Sunday
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Book Description Penguin, England, 1996. Paperback. Condition: Very Good. Dust Jacket Condition: No Jacket Issued. First Edition.. This book is an insightful and pragmatic assessment of Senna as driver and complex human being, and a thorough examination of the consequences of that grim weekend for F1. Size: 185 Pages. Seller Inventory # 002456
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Book Description Penguin Books, 1996. Soft cover. Condition: Very Good. 1st Edition. A clean and tight copy. Bookstore label on inside cover. Richard Williams leaves no stone unturned as he examines the life and the untimely death of Formula One legend Ayrton Senna.; he gets deep into the psyche of this complex Brazilian as he analyses his character and attempts to discover the reasons behind the driver's burning desire to win. It was, Williams believes, a desire which a precious few drivers have--an inherent belief within Senna that he had the divine right to victory. Seller Inventory # 007045