Reviewed in the United States on November 18, 2019
An interesting and quick read. The prose itself isn't outstanding - it's a workmanlike compilation of facts. Some small errors that were surprising. Like saying Marco Andretti was Mario's son and a force in Indy-car. Just simple math should have tipped off the author and/or editor that this wasn't likely. Marco is Michael Andretti's son - Mario's grandson. But there were interesting bits about the Edsel/early Henry II days that weren't known to me and that were interesting to learn. Overall it was worth reading but it's not in my "oh you've just got to read this!" pile.