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Ç Jenson Button - Life to the Limit: My Autobiography í Download by Ç Jenson Button It s impossible not to like this guy, and this makes his book way easy to read I especially liked the parts of the early days, his childhood, and the years leading to Formula 1 Still hard to believe the first phone call s content with Frank Williams, though Jenson also handles his personal story about his background, relationship with his father and other family members with such an ease, that we can admire, without giving out too much of his and family s privacy A bit on the downside some of the F1 years chapters are bit boring sometimes with story less details of his results This is not supposed to be some sort of an almanac, or statistical yearbook Luckily most of the book is not like that, and gives us a great insight into a successful F1 driver s career.
Jenson Button Is One Of The Greatest Racing Drivers Of His Generation His Seventeen Years In Formula Have Seen Him Experience Everything The Sport Has To Offer, From Nursing Underpowered Cars Around The Track To Winning World Championships And Everything In BetweenHere, Jenson Tells His Full Story For The First Time In His Own Honest, Intelligent And Eloquent Style From Growing Up As Part Of A Motor Racing Mad Family Under The Guidance Of His Father, John, To Arriving At Williams As A Fresh Faced Year Old, To Being Written Off By Some As A Playboy And His Fight Back To The Very Pinnacle Of His Sport Jenson S World Championship Victory For The Unsponsored And Unfancied Brawn GP Team Is One Of The Most Extraordinary Against The Odds Sports Stories Of The CenturyJenson S Book Lifts The Lid On The Gilded And Often Hidden World Of Formula He Reveals His Relationships With Some Of The Biggest Names In Formula Lewis Hamilton, Michael Schumacher, Fernando Alonso As Well Some Of The Most Colourful Characters Like Bernie Ecclestone, Ron Dennis, Frank Williams And Serial Winner Ross Brawn Above All, He Puts You Right Inside The Cockpit, In The Driving Seat, Travelling At Over Miles Per Hour, Battling The Fear Of Death, Showing You What Happens When It Goes Wrong At High Speed And Allowing You To Experience The Euphoria Of Crossing The Line First Whether you are a F1 supporter or follower or not, this is a human story of achievement that deserves to be read Yes, you might skip the chronology of events and the results but be careful that you do not miss a snippet in between Written in a chatty and informal colloquial style, I came away feeling that Jenson is a genuine decent bloke His love for his Dad is real, described graphically but it does not become slushy, remaining relevant throughout I nearly, meanly lopped off a star for the excess spelling mistakes but put that down to poor editing proof reading or even sloppy transfer to e book Probably not his fault Congratulations on your achievements, Jenson and good luck with the second half of your life I kindof think he ll still be do Jenson was a good racer, not great His career seems like a case of being in the right place at the right time The inconsistency was attributed to bad cars, and bad luck I just didn t see where he was that good overall in F1 at the time His Dad was an interesting character, and a good coach The book is an average read.
Very well written book I m surprised the publishing deal Jenson made left out the ghost writer out of the writer credits whoever it was, he surely did a great job.
From this book it seems that the great luck that Jenson had was been discovered by two very resourceful and stubborn managers since karting In open wheels, it was only one season in British Formula Ford he won and one in British Formula Three third place.
He is honest about an abortion shame on you, Jenson he and a girlfriend did when he was nineteen I did not know that ughAs is usual for this kind of profession, he has a group of close friends that travels, counseil and party with him Oh, and he only dates models.
As for the racing, he does not bore you This book was a pleasure to read, from the first to the last page.
If you already like Jenson, you will simply LOVE him when you end the book.
It s written with the same candor Jenson exhibits as a person It s also an homage to his family, especially his father What a wonderful relationship these two had A very uplifting book
Nothing new, this is sort of the summary It is reasonably well written, but the ghost writer overdid it with the descriptions of the races So even though I m not a die hard fan of Button s, there were not many things that were new.
Loved the writing and some interesting backstage details from life of a F1 driver Loved the photo compilation as well.