Surviving To Drive

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Surviving To Drive

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Author: Guenther Steiner

Type: Paperback

ISBN: 9781529177480

Date: 28th March, 2024

Publisher: PENGUIN BOOKS

  1. Categories

  2. Automotive Technology
  3. Memoirs
  4. Biography: General

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**THE INSTANT NUMBER ONE SUNDAY TIMES BESTSELLER** THE BOOK COVERED ON SEASON SIX OF DRIVE TO SURVIVE ON NETFLIX Includes a BRAND NEW chapter with Guenther's review of the 2023 Formula 1 season. 'Gripping to read. Funny, real, exciting. It's a brilliant book.' - Chris Evans --- 'People talk about football managers being under pressure. Trust me, that's nothing. Pressure is watching one of your drivers hit a barrier at 190mph and exploding before your eyes...' Guenther Steiner is one of motor racing's biggest and most celebrated characters, known to millions for his show-stealing appearances on Netflix's hugely popular fly on the wall series, Drive to Survive . In Surviving to Drive , the Haas team principal takes readers inside his Formula 1 team for the entirety of the 2022 season, giving an unobstructed view of what really takes place behind the scenes. Through this unique lens, Guenther takes us on the thrilling rollercoaster of life at the heart of high stakes motor racing. Packed full of twists and turns, from hiring and firing drivers, balancing books, pre-season preparations, the design, launch and testing of a car - and of course, the race calendar itself - this is the first time that an F1 team has allowed an acting team principal to tell the full story of a whole season. Uncompromising and searingly honest, told in Steiner's inimitable style, this is a fascinating and hugely entertaining account of the realities of running a Formula 1 team. --- 'Fearless and candid... A gleeful guide to a bonkers sport from a loveable rogue insider.' - The Times 'Very colourful. Like having a conversation with Steiner.' - Radio 4, Today Number 1 Sunday Times Bestseller, April 2023

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