Drive to Survive

by Frank Gardner

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Drive to Survive: by racing driver, team manager and high performance driving school proprietor Frank Gardner is the best advice about driving that ever came between two covers.

Frank Gardner raced almost everything and everywhere during his lengthy career - from Jaguar XK120s and C- and D-Types, to Aston Martins, Ford's GT40, Lotus, and Formula 1 cars, to Sports and Saloon Cars in Britain and the US, to the Tasman series in Australia and the European Formula 2 and Formula 5000 championships.

He also ran a Performance Driving Centre, where much of the knowledge he acquired from his many successful years of racing could be put to good use by regular road-users.

• Introduction
• Why a Driving Technique?
• How to Use This Book
• The Technique
• You, The Car & The Steering Wheel
• The Braking Area
• Cornering
• Switching On
• The Smooth Change
• Visual Effect
• Understand Your Car
• The Next Step
• The Elements of Danger
• Different Roads - Other Avenues
• Underneath it All
• The Safe Purchase
• On Tyres
• The Sport of Driving
• Tips for Survival
• Basic Mechanical Knowledge

Frank is internationally famous for his ability as a witty and entertaining speaker, and those attributes are translated into this book, where the reader quickly feels that he or she is being instructed by the man himself!

It is a must read for any driver, as a learning process for the novice and a timely reminder for more experienced drivers.

product details

  • Publisher: BW
  • ISBN: 1876953284 (1-876-95328-4)
  • ISBN-13: 9781876953287 (978-1-876-95328-7)
  • Format: Softcover, 180 pages
  • Date Published: 01-2005


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