BERNIE. THE BIOGRAPHY OF BERNIE ECCLESTONE

BERNIE. THE BIOGRAPHY OF BERNIE ECCLESTONE

SUSAN WATKIS

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20946
Idioma:
INGLES
Editorial:
HAYNES PUBLISHING
Nº edición:
1
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Pilotos y personajes
ISBN:
978-0-85733-033-8
Páginas:
416
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PORTADA DURA CON CARATULA
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234 mm x 156 mm
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Foreword by Sir Frank Williams
Introduction
PART I
1 'Titch'
2 Metallic Blue
3 The Whippet
4 Cars for Starz
5 Rindtstonc
6 Team Bernie
7 Juggling
8 Glory Days
9 Reading Bernie
PART II
10 Formula Bernie
11 War and a Constitution
12 Show Businesses
13 Fate and Numbers
14 Smoke Alarm
15 The Jackpot
16 Odds and Ends
17 Silverstone
18 The Houdini Factor
Acknowledgements
Bibliography
Index

Bernie Ecclestone is best-known as the architect and figurehead of modern Formula One, but he has been a constant and often controversial presence in both Formula One and British public life since the 1970s. In this exhaustive and insightful biography, Susan Watkins analyses in detail his rise to prominence, from his early entrepreneurial exploits as a schoolboy to his position today as a peerless businessman and multi-billionaire. All aspects of his business and racing exploits are examined, and contrasted with intimate insight into his personal life.

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