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Reading about legends

Discussion in 'Formula 1' started by Stuart Neal, Dec 12, 2008.

  1. Stuart Neal

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    I'm re-reading a great book, 'Legends of Speed'. It has tales of the best driver Australia has had over the years. From Brabham to Skaife, Webber to Geoghan. Look for it in the book stores.
     
  2. Dave Stephenson

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    isbn?
     
  3. Bram Hengeveld

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    Always looking for good racing books (especially those from the old days) might be worth a seperate thread?
     
  4. Dave Stephenson

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    not read many to be honest but i dont read fiction so it would provide some ammunition for the future. i say bram , DO IT!
     
  5. Ken Hunter

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    I've got a couple of real classics that i use for reference when i need info into the yesteryear of racing. Must say, some of the results achieved with the equipment they had in those days, is remarkable... And of course Bernie Ecclestone was not there.