If anything, the book reinforces the murkiness of Formula One, a multimillion dollar, high-profile global business where cheating is common, loyalty is rare and everyone appears to hate each other. — Read the complete FT review
Ecclestone has never before revealed how he graduated from selling second-hand cars in London’s notorious Warren Street to become the major player he is today. He has finally decided to reveal his secrets: the deals, the marriages, the disasters and the successes on the racetrack, in Downing Street, in casinos, on yachts. Surprisingly he has granted access to his inner circle to Tom Bower, the most controversial biographer of them all…
The result is a unique story of a simple, driven man who unlike shady tycoons offers an intriguing insight into the sport, business and the human spirit.