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Green Races Red

Green Races Red by Eddie Irvine, Maurice Hamilton, ISBN: 9780007564798
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ISBN: 9780007564798
Publisher: Harper
Format: eBook
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Green Races Red

Originally published in 1997 and now available as an ebook.

This edition does not include illustrations.

Eddie Irvine is a breath of fresh air in the serious world of Formula 1.

Selected to drive for Ferrari alongside double world champion Michael Schumacher, the 1996 season proved to be a frustrating period for the Irishman as he struggled to get to grips with a temperamental car and live up to the high expectations of the media and the tifosi.

But as he demonstrates in his fascinating insight into the world of Ferrari, Irvine's flamboyant personality and aggressive driving style meant he was never far from the action, both on and off the track.

Irvine lifts the lid on his attempts to prove his worth at Ferrari and recalls all the crashes and crises, thrills and spills of the 1997 season.

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