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Survive. Drive. Win.: The Inside Story of Brawn GP and

Jenson Button's Incredible F1 Championship Win by Fry, Nick Code: 59235 Format: Paperback / 288 pages Publication date: 22/08/2020 Availability: Available. Usually dispatched 1-3 business days Price: AU $22.99
The full story of F1's incredible 2009 championship battle has never been told. Until now. In this gripping memoir, Nick Fry, the former CEO of Brawn GP, reveals how he found himself in the driving seat for one of the most incredible journeys in the history of motor sport. In Survive. Drive. Win., Nick gives an up-close-and-personal account of how he and Ross Brawn turned disaster into championship glory when they set up Brawn GP in just thirteen weeks after Honda suddenly pulled out of F1. Along the way he gives the inside track on the drivers, Jenson Button and Rubens Barrichello, the rivalries between teams, on negotiating with Bernie Ecclestone, the deal with Mercedes and working with two global superstars: Michael Schumacher and Lewis Hamilton - and offers a unique and thrilling perspective on an elite global sport.
Format: Paperback
Pages: 288
Illustration: COLOUR SECTION(S)
Availability: Available. Usually dispatched 1-3 business days
Publisher: ATLANTIC BOOKS
Publication date: 22/08/2020
Country of publication: UNITED KINGDOM
Weight: 0 g
Dimensions: 198mm X 129mm
Code: 59235
1: Bombshell from Honda 2: Pulling the team from the fire 3: Now it's our turn to become team owners 4: One hell of a tunnel and getting Ross on board 5: Bringing the RA109 to life as BGP001 6: Testing the rocket ship 7: Now Bernie wants to buy us 8: Branson steals the show at Melbourne 9: Winning with no money 10: A night to remember in Monaco 11: Keeping our heads as Ron calls for the aero number 12: The buying game: Mercedes, the Glazers and Air Asia 13: The dip 14: Rubens on a charge as Jenson 15: Brawn GP scales the heights in 16: Splitting with 17: Michael 18: The long road to hiring Lewis 19: Epilogue: Looking back on a sporting fairy