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Old 16 Mar 2003, 01:24 (Ref:537742)   #16
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Well, then, kdr, I'll have to bring it in 2004 to get you to sign it!

Ayse, thanks for the heads-up. However, Scott Maxwell has them at his store for I think $50 Cdn, which is 21.16 pounds and Mill house has a minimum 5 pound shipping cost. I'll just drive down the road, I think.
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Old 16 Mar 2003, 01:51 (Ref:537748)   #17
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p-c...that would knock some of the value off it!

not coming in 2003?
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Old 24 Mar 2003, 15:33 (Ref:546478)   #18
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Either fiction or non-fiction, info books or biographies.

I have just read 'Life at the limit' and its sequel, 'Beyond the limit' by Dr. Sid Watkins. Both were excellent and had funny anecdotes about past and present F1 celebs.

A good read.
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Old 24 Mar 2003, 16:48 (Ref:546560)   #19
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Best reads for me (in relatively recent years):-

"A French Kiss with Death"
"Colin Chapman" (Jabby Crombac)
"The Certain Sound" (story of John Wyer's racing teams)

I've read "Life at the Limit" but haven't got round to picking up a copy of "Beyond the Limit" yet.
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Old 24 Mar 2003, 17:06 (Ref:546577)   #20
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My hardback cost me 19.99 from WHSmiths!
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Old 24 Mar 2003, 17:24 (Ref:546586)   #21
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Currently reading "Beyond the Limit", just finished "Life at the Limit" Good reads.
"A French kiss with Death" is a very good read. Watch the Lemans movie then read it and then watch the movie again.
Whole new ballgame.
Favorite read, Gilles Villeneuve bio by Gerald Donaldson.
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Old 24 Mar 2003, 19:52 (Ref:546759)   #22
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Can I recommend Christopher Hilton's 'Inside the Mind of a Grand Prix Driver'?
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Old 25 Mar 2003, 02:36 (Ref:547019)   #23
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I'm just reading "To Hell and Back" an autobiography of Niki Lauda.
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Old 25 Mar 2003, 06:38 (Ref:547118)   #24
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I've recently read 'Challenge Australia' and 'An old dog for a hard road', both great reads about the 1979 Repco Round Australia Reliability Trial. A great tribute to one of the toughest motorsport events ever staged.
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Old 26 Mar 2003, 09:36 (Ref:548463)   #25
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Ive read Beyond the Limit by the Prof, but I wasn't very impressed to be honest. It cost me 2.99 for my hardback.
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Old 26 Mar 2003, 10:01 (Ref:548484)   #26
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I've recently finished:
Colin Chapman, wayward genius (Lawrence): excellent
Graham Hill, master of motor sport (Tipler): better than expected, currently discounted too.

Currently reading "the Jim Russell Story"
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Anybody read 'Bernie's Game'? (I can't bring myself to buy it)
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Old 27 Mar 2003, 01:20 (Ref:549503)   #28
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Apart from the CAMS Manual, the last couple were 'The Rise and Fall of Peter Brock' (for the 32nd time) and 'Mario Andretti World Champion', written just after he took the title.
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Old 27 Mar 2003, 01:28 (Ref:549506)   #29
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I like the bob judd novels, ands the mike breslin ones.

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I'm resisting a self plug. d'oh - hey does that mean I have a randy dutch bird chasing me???
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I'm just reading "To Hell and Back" an autobiography of Niki Lauda.
I've read that, good read.

Currently reading "Art and Technicalities of a Formula One Driver" by Lauda.

Read Murray Walkers book before that, and James Hunt semi-autobiography before that.

I've got Mike Hawthorns 1958 autobiography waiting to be read when I've finished with Mr Lauda's book.

I've also read all the captions in Rainer Schlegelmilch's McLaren photo journal
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