Chris Amon: 1967
is a carefully crafted look at what it was
like to be a Grand Prix driver at the end of
the era that immediately preceded slick tyres and wings, full-face
helmets, effective fire-resistant clothing, self-sealing fuel lines and
other safety devices.
, John Julian has taken my first year with Ferrari as a template and written an attractive and convincing account of what was at times a difficult season. He has interviewed several of my competitors and has shaped the story to better place it in the context of contemporary events.' Chris Amon