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To the racing; Forrest is the main driver for Team Arundel, the last private team competing in the Championships, and someone wants them out of the competition, sabotaging cars and drivers in the process. As a F1 fan, I enjoyed the coverage of the racing, which had a realistic feeling to it, no doubt due to the authors experience in this arena.
The one downside that I have with this book is that there is a section in there that was a real struggle for me to get through. Without giving too much away, whilst they were in Mexico, although the action was going on, the authors coverage seemed to become a bit ponderous, which had a negative effect on me. Could have been a 4/5 otherwise, but I'd give it 3.5 if the CGI would let me. Apart from this small point, an enjoyable read and I will probably purchase more of his books in the future.