Martin Brundle Scrapbook
Charting the life of one of motor racing’s greatest personalities through his amazing career in motorsport.
Top F1 driver, World Sportscar Champion and pre-eminent TV broadcaster.
256 pages, over 500 illustrations.
- Martin Brundle at his best – incisive, entertaining, informative, punchy and amusing
- A fascinating insight into Brundle’s life – from banger racing to F1, from F1 to TV legend
- Contributions from over 50 motor racing personalities
- 256 pages, 80,000 words, over 500 illustrations – tremendous value
The Martin Brundle book follows similar books with Stirling Moss and Murray Walker and is a rather different concept. It is multi-dimensional, being both an autobiography and a biography. Brundle does not hold back and talks very candidly about his life, his ups and downs. Some 50 personalities from the world of motor racing and television comment on him and his life.
The text, served in bite-sized chunks, is spiced with a wide variety of images from stunning action shots to newspapers cuttings, from photographs of Brundle’s own memorabilia to shots of him doing his famous grid walks.
For many throughout the English-speaking world, Martin Brundle is the voice of motor sport, making F1 compelling viewing for tens of millions of viewers, who love his infectious enthusiasm and incisive wit. The book includes a generous selection of his finest one-liners.