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Folley, Malcolm, author

Celebrating the romance of F1 and motor racing, this definitive book about the Monaco Grand Prix tells the story of the world's most famous race through the people who know it best - the drivers. Featuring some of F1's biggest stars, including Bernie Ecclestone, Nico Rosberg, Damon Hill, Ross Brawn, David Coulthard, as well as members of McLaren and Ferrari, the book captures Monaco's present and past, with a special focus on its most extraordinary race in 1996, when only three cars finished

Paperback, Book. English.
Published London: Arrow Books, 2018
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Statement of responsibility: Malcolm Folley
ISBN: 1784755729, 9781784755720
Note: Originally published: London: Century, 2017.
Note: Includes index.
Physical Description: 351 pages, 16 unnumbered pages of plates : illustrations (black and white, and colour), map (black and white) ; 20 cm
Subject: Sport.; Grand Prix de Monaco (Automobile race) History.

Author note

MALCOLM FOLLEY is an award-winning sports writer who has been Chief Sports Reporter for the Mail on Sunday since 1992. With thirty-three years' experience as a staff writer on national newspapers, he has travelled the world reporting on tennis, football, Formula One, rugby, boxing, and has covered ten Olympic Games, summer and winter. He has written five books, including Borg versus McEnroe, a chronicle of the greatest rivalry in tennis history.

He collaborated with England world cup winner Jason Robinson on his bestselling autobiography, Finding My Feet. He has also written the authorised biography of Olympic champion Jonathan Edwards, A Time to Jump, and was co-author of the autobiography of Grand National legend Ginger McCain, From Red to Amber, and the life story of tennis champion Hana Mandlikova.

He lives in Surrey with his wife Rachel and daughters Sian and Megan.