The only definitive inside account of the world's greatest race - full of exclusive interviews with Niki Lauda, Nico Rosberg, Alain Prost, Damon Hill, David Coulthard, Ross Brawn and Bernie Ecclestone
Malcolm Folley is an award-winning sports writer who was Chief
Sports Reporter for the Mail on Sunday for over twenty two years.
With over thirty-nine years' experience as a staff writer on
national newspapers, he has travelled the world reporting tennis,
football, formula one, rugby, and thirteen Olympic Games.
He has written six books, including Senna versus Prost, a chronicle of the greatest rivalry in F1 history.
He lives in Surrey with his wife Rachel and has two daughters, Si n and Megan.
On no other modern circuit can the skill and commitment of a Grand
Prix driver be observed at such close quarters and Malcolm's book
brings to life the most memorable exploits of our champion drivers
and heroes from the Jazz Age to Modern Times in the delightful
Springtime setting on the Cote d'Azur. -- Design and Development
Director, McLaren Racing * Neil Oatley *
A gripping evocation of glamour and danger and champion drivers -- Jonathan McEvoy * Sports Journalist Association *
a true portrait of the iconic race * Sunday Sport *
If you're an F1 fan this book is a must read. But even if you're just an occasional watcher and you tune-in just once a year to look at the boats and the apartments that you'd need a racing driver's salary to afford, Monaco: Inside F1's Greatest Race is more than worthy of its cover price * On Magazine *
A wonderfully entertaining window into the history of F1's greatest race * Monaco *