The story of JACKIE STEWART is a tale of inspiration and owe. Born in Scotland, Stewart overcame severe reading difficulties and modest roots by embarking on a life that made the most of his extraordinary eyesight reflexes and nerve to deliver three Formula One drivers' world championship crowns on the track, an unrivalled reputation as a campaigner for safety and common sense off it and a family brand name that made him as successful in business as in sport when his racing career came to an end. A fastidious perfectionist and someone who loves life to the full, Jackie Stewart has always been more than a motor racing man. He is a one-man industry, a workaholic, a charmer, a tough and demanding man who has made friends at all levels of society, including the Royal Family, but who has shown grace under pressure not least when his son Paul faced his fight with cancer. Always competing, Jackie Stewart has never resisted a challenge of a cause.
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Timothy Collings is an author and sportswriter with his own agency, Collings Sport. He has previoulsy written books on Michael Schumacher and Jacques Villeneuve and assisted Damon Hill with his recollection of his championship winning season in 1996 before writing The Piranha Club in 2001 and Eddie Jordon: the Biography in 2002. Stuart Sykes is a Scots-born Francophile and first worked in motor racing as an interpreter/translator for the Le Mans 24-hour classic in 1967. A BBC-trained hournalist, he is co-author of two BBC Grand Prix books. He has been media manager for Ken Tyrell and Jackie Stewart and is currently F1 consultant for the United States and Australian Grand Prix.
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Descrizione libro Virgin Books, 2004. Paperback. Condizione libro: New. Codice libro della libreria DADAX0753509458
Descrizione libro Condizione libro: Brand New. Book Condition: Brand New. Codice libro della libreria 97807535094561.0
Descrizione libro Virgin Books, 2004. Paperback. Condizione libro: New. book. Codice libro della libreria 0753509458