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Many critical observers believed Eddie Jordan had a little chance of survival in Formula One’s “Piranha Club” when he launched his team in 1991, but he has proved them wrong. He has won races, kept his friends and earned a reputation as one of the most colourful entrepreneurs and risk-takers in Europe along the way. This is the previously untold story of how he did it and how he has survived and succeeded where others perished. In is an extraordinary tale of one of man’s belief and brain-power winning against all the odds.

Products specifications
Binding Hardbound
Pages 314
Size cm. 16x24
B/W Pictures 16
Publishing Date 2001
Text English
Author Collings Timothy
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