Jochen Rindt, Uncrowned King
de david Tremayne, Haynes 2010, 336 pages 23 x 28 cm, couverture rigide sous jaquette, 100 photos NB et 100 photos couleur. Texte anglais.
Even today, when motorsport fans speak of car control they mention Jochen Rindt. Bernie Ecclestone believed he was the top talent of his era, Jackie Stewart said he was one of the cleanest drivers he had ever raced against, and he remains the sport's only posthumous World Champion. This investigation of Rindt's mercurial career paints the portrait of a man taken long before he reached his true potential and puts an underwritten character into his real perspective, as one of the greatest Grand Prix drivers of all time.
As advertised on autosport.com. 'David Tremayne's sensitive portrayal of the mercurial Austrian ace one of F1s best ever and its only posthumous world champion - is assuredly among the best driver biogs ever written. To that end, we implore you to read it?' Autosport