It’s an honest attempt, but the pace of this book is too much, and it often feels like it’s part of a series, not introducing the location or characters, at all. The writing is ridiculously flat and filled with superlatives (everything is extreme!). You can see the plot coming from miles ahead. Don’t recommend.
New article on BadgerGP, on the F1-equivelant of scoring an own goal: colliding with your teammate, in ‘When teammates collide‘ It is motorsport’s ultimate sin and the equivalent of scoring an own goal during football: colliding with your teammate. It’s something that has left many drivers red faced and many cars beyond repair. Here’s a […]