Life in the Fast Lane gives a fascinating and revealing insight into the inner sanctum of the most enigmatic team in Formula One. Eddie talks frankly about his colleagues, the Formula One lifestyle, the driver's regime, his family. This book captures the true essence of the gruelling yet glamorous lifestyle of a Formula One driver. It candidly looks at the trappings of Formula One, the models, the planes, the boats, the cars and the houses but at the same time gives an honest portrait of the man behind the playboy image. Controversial, fast-living, outspoken and charismatic, this is Eddie Irvine at his finest.
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Eddie Irvine is the most colourful, controversial and popular figure in Formula One motor racing and this season has been his finest as he battles with Hakkinen for the 1999 World Championships. This was the season, however, when Schumacher was expected to recapture the trophy for Ferrari, the most glamorous team in Formula One, but instead, it is the cavalier Irvine who has bought glory to the stable of the Prancing Horse. This book will tell the full, inside story on Eddie's years with Ferrari and his part in the resurgence of a team that inspires incredible passion throughout the world. Eddie will write openly of his relationship with Schumacher, an infamous rivalry between two very different characters, and give a fascinating, revealing insight into the inner sancturm of the most enigmatic team in Formula One and characters such as Jean Todt and Jean Bernard. Eddie will also talk frankly of his colleagues and friends like Hakkinen, Coulthard and Damon Hill, of the Formula One lifestyle and the driver's regime. Eddie has reached hero status through his talent and bravery but also because of his playboy lifestyle.Biografía del autor:
Eddie Irvine joined Ferrari in 1996, having previously won three Grand Prix with Jordan. This is his second book. His first, "Green Races Red," was published in 1996. Jane Nottage's previous titles include "Ferrari" and "The Gleneagles Hotel."
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Descripción Random House UK, 1999. Hardcover. Estado de conservación: New. book. Nº de ref. de la librería 91874602
Descripción Random House UK, 1999. Hardcover. Estado de conservación: New. book. Nº de ref. de la librería 0091874602
Descripción Estado de conservación: Brand New. Book Condition: Brand New. Nº de ref. de la librería 97800918746051.0