by Paul Frère
This fascinating autobiography follows the life of professional racing driver and motorsport writer Paul Frère, and the cars he has owned, driven and tested throughout his lifetime. Packed with technical detail and personal anecdotes, this extraordinarily detailed record tells of buying his first car, a 2LTS Ballot; his race debut in the Spa 24 Hours sharing an MG with Jacques Swaters and finishing fourth in class; F1 in the 1950s racing for HW Motors and Ferrari; winning Le Mans in 1960; and driving and developing Japanese cars.
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