When will it be available?

Aiming for mid-January 2019, exact launch date TBC. Click here to pre-order the book. Alternatively please Click here to get automatic book updates. In the meantime the blogs will give you a taste of what to expect. Or you can find out more about the book’s mind-blowing content, and it’s author from these interviews;

www.essaar.co.uk

www.williamsdb.com

www.unracedf1.com

www.talkingaboutf1.com

 

How can I be assured of its quality?

The book will be published by Performance Publishing which means readers can be assured it will be a high quality, professional product. It is also extremely rare that an unknown author is “traditionally published” which underlines how mind blowing the content is. Furthermore the book will be reviewed by several reputable websites and a free sample will be available here upon it’s release.

 

How can I pre-order the book?

There will be a limited number of books initially being printed so I would highly recommend pre-ordering to avoid missing a first edition hardback copy. You can pre-order the book by clicking here.

 

Will there be an eBook version?

At this stage I cannot guarantee that, which is another reason I recommend pre-ordering. However if you would only consider buying an eBook version, then please send me a message under the contacts tab just saying “ebook” and I will add your name to a list. Should there be enough demand for an eBook, then that might help make it a reality.

 

Will the Book be available in my country?

Yes it can be shipped worldwide.

 

How will the book be laid out?

Like a magazine, so the circa 250 photos are included among the text and not in a separate photo section in between chapters. This really helps readers understand things much better. For instance the book contains a rare & detailed photo of Schumacher’s plank wear after Spa 1994, so you can easily refer to that, whilst you read the book’s in depth analysis on that subject.

 

 

Senna and Schumacher were about to fight it out for the 1994 title until fate sadly intervened. The book helps readers decide whether Schumacher was beating Senna fairly in those opening rounds or not?