Shunt: The Story of James Hunt

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Myrtle, 2010 - Automobile racing drivers - 764 pages
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James Hunt is remembered more for his girlfriends and wild personal exploits than for his skills in a race car. In this account of his life, the author has examined every detail of the driver's life - from his very earliest days to the last hours of his existence - as well as the lives of those he left behind.

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User Review  - Eric - Goodreads

I gave this book a high rating based mostly on James' character, the content and the research done to make this book possible. It also happened to be very well written if you take all of the typos and ... Read full review

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User Review  - James Hiscock - Goodreads

Poorly written with little real insight, and the author posits some views of Hunts character without ever really retuning to them -for example he talks early on about Hunts "lack of an embarrassment gene" and then never really returns to the idea. Not helped by poor editing and proofreading. Read full review

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About the author (2010)

Tom Rubython is the former editor of "Business F1", "Spectator Business", and "SportsPro" magazines, among other publications. He is also the author of several books, including "The Life of Senna", "Shunt", and "In the Name of Glory".

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