Ken's Tyrell's mechanics were the best - better at what they did than I ever was at what I did. Mechanics were the only true professionals in motor racing; they were artists at their work." Sir Jackie Stewart talking about the Ken Tyrrell owned Formula One racing team in the late 1960's after his first World Championship (1969). New Zealander Max Rutherford tells background stories from F1 and other series in the 1960's with personal insights to the great drivers and teams of the time: Denny Hulme , Jack Brabham, Stirling Moss, Jackie Stewart & Frank Gardner. Max worked on building and preparing cars for all those drivers and was close friends with others like Frank Williams and Bruce McLaren. Formula One was dangerous yet exciting as motor racing entered the modern age and 'Gentleman Drivers' gave way to hard edged professionalism.
Soft Cover 225 Pages by Max Rutherford Published by Max Rutherford 2015