UNLESS I'M VERY MUCH MISTAKEN, Murray Walker, My Autobiography,

By: Murray Walker

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Collins Willow, London publishers - ISBN:0007126964, 2002. hardcover, 6½" x 9½", with dust jacket. AS NEW book in AS NEW unclipped dust jacket. Murray Walker is the turbo-tongued motor-racing commentator who played a key role in the shaping of Formula One's televised image over the past three decades. Here he describes his relationship with many of the key personalities of his era from Geoff Duke to Mike Hailwood, Stirling Moss to John Surtees, Nigel Mansell to Ayrton Senna, and Damon Hill to current world champion Michael Schumacher. In the drama-filled world of Formula One, Murray Walker's story is refreshingly candid.

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