‘IN THE PIT LANE – F1 EXPOSED’ investigates the complex and often secretive world that is F1.
It exposes the truth behind the glamour and unveils a world of human rights abuses and dirty money.
It is thought-provoking, hard-hitting and entertaining.
Discover how the governing body, the teams, the sponsors and the commercial rights holder in their relentless pursuit of the mighty dollar all look the other way when faced with the harsh realities of F1.
Read about the ten powerful individuals whose actions may threaten the very existence of F1.
“If you want to learn what goes on behind the doors of F1 and have a giggle at the same time ‘In the pit lane – F1 exposed’ is a very interesting read.”
Tiff Needell – TV Presenter
Presenter on Top Gear, Fifth Gear, and now @Lovecars
‘In the Pitlane F1 Exposed’ is a look into the underbelly of modern F1 from team principals, sponsors and new owners Liberty Media itself.
Well researched forensic examination of team sponsors activities and teasing some questions as to their possible motives for F1 sponsorship.
An entertaining read – particularly for those fans who are interested in the commercial business side of F1.
“A fascinating read and once you start you can’t put it down.”
Clark Rodgers – Founder & Host of F1weekly.com
The world of F1 faced its toughest challenge to date when back in March 2020 the emerging Covid-19 crisis saw the postponement of the upcoming season.
The circus had arrived in Melbourne as fears were growing a day after the World Health Organization had declared a global pandemic.
In the now-infamous press conference when asked why the race was planning to be run Lewis Hamilton repeating an off-microphone comment from Sebastian Vettel declared, “cash is king.”
This book charts the year that followed and is a collection of articles written by the author in his popular weekly ‘in the pit lane’ column which is widely published by numerous F1 news sites.
At the forefront is the relationship F1’s movers and shakers have with money and how it is central to the decisions made that shape F1.
No individual, team, sponsor, or indeed country is off-limits, and the hard fact remains when it comes to F1, CASH IS KING.
The ‘in the pit lane’ column stirs up emotions and passion with thought-provoking writing that goes against the grain of current click-bait journalism.
This book is a must-read for all the F1 fans who deserve to know the truth about the money that controls their sport, FORMULA 1.