Jochen Rindt was two people. To those he disliked, he was arrogant and dismissive. To those he chose to befriend, a warm, humorous character who liked to laugh and joke yet who needed nobody’s help. To countless race fans across the globe, he was simply the man who could do the impossible. Rindt remains Formula 1’s only posthumous World Champion, having been tragically killed at Monza on 5 September 1970 while leading the title race by a big margin. Jackie Stewart, a close friend, believed him to be one of the cleanest men he ever raced against, and the fastest; Bernie Ecclestone, another close friend, believed he was the best of his time; and Alan Rees, Rindt’s team-mate believed he was every bit as good as Jimmy Clark.
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David Tremayne, one of the finest writers about both present and past Formula 1, has produced a superb body of work published by Haynes. Recent books include two Guild of Motoring Writers’ award winners, Science of Formula 1 Design and Lost Generation, as well as The World’s Fastest Diesel.
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