Juan Pablo Montoya is the most exciting driver to hit Formula 1 since Michael Schumacher, and seemingly the one most likely to challenge the five-times World Champion. Astonishingly, Montoya's life has not been set out in detail - until now. Ace biographer Christopher Hilton charts Montoya's full race career, giving a penetrating insight into his F1 debut with Williams and the consolidation of 2002 which took him to the threshold of superstardom.
|Publisher:||MBI Distribution Services/Quayside Distribution|
|Product dimensions:||7.76(w) x 10.46(h) x 0.56(d)|
About the Author
Christopher Hilton is the author of numerous high-quality books about motor racing subjects, including biographies of Michael Schumacher, Ayrton Senna and Murray Walker. He lives in Sawbridgeworth, Hertfordshire, England.
Table of Contents
|3||Boys will be boys||32|
|5||Stubborn like a monkey||56|
|6||'Hey, slow down'||82|
|7||Windmills of your mind||98|
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
I read the book Juan Pablo Montoya by Christopher Hilton. The book may have been published in 2003 by Quayside Distribution, which will leave out many of his impressive up to date accomplishments, but Christopher did an outstanding job at describing his history in motorsports. Dating all the way back to his outstanding career in F3000, to his outstanding rookie year in CART, to Formula Indy, and then Formula 1. This is a very good book for anyone that wants to get an even more in dept look at this outstanding driver. It shows his moments of victory, and his moments of defeat.Christopher did an astonishing job at describing his racing life. I most certainly recommend this book for anyone that is interested in racing because it shows the challenges that all drivers face in their careers and how we must overcome them.