Jake Humphrey had one of the best jobs in the world: flying around the world presenting Formula 1 to 6 million people is not a bad occupation. And there is plenty that the viewer doesn't get to see, quite a lot of it rather surprising too. Travelling around the globe in the F1 bubble, Jake brings the reader close to the action. With his unique access to the key characters in the sport, he reveals a side of figures such as Jenson Button and Lewis Hamilton, Michael Schumacher and Bernie Ecclestone not seen before. From techie heaven driving the Red Bull simulator to witnessing moments of great sporting triumph, Jake brings you behind the scenes in the paddock to behold the changing face of F1 and his life as a TV presenter permanently walking the tightrope of public humiliation.... World Championship a in a big way thanks to that innovative double diffuser, and the money and man-hours invested in its development. ... It sounds incredible, but Ia#39;ve seen car parts that F1 teams have spent months working on being stowed in the luggage hold next to my bag of ... to support their efforts; they simply exist to race, and all they can do is offer their sponsors a spot on the side of the car.
|Title||:||The Inside Track|
|Publisher||:||Simon and Schuster - 2012-11-08|