by Christopher Hilton
Ken Tyrrell took up motor racing in the early 1950s after a chance visit to Silverstone. By the end of the decade he had moved from driving to team management, a job he did with great skill for most of the rest of the century.
Along the way he discovered Jackie Stewart, gave Jean Alesi his first GP drive and provided cars for Jodie Scheckter, Michele Alboreto, Martin Brundle and Jonathan Palmer.
The text of this amazing story about an astonishing man is packed with anecdotes and action and supported by a wealth of historic photographs.
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