How the Bentley Boys Conquered Le Mans
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'Glorious... As a later Bentley boy myself, all the time she was mine, as I accelerated up many a twisting highland road, I imagined (OK, dreamt) what stamina it must have taken to hammer even such a superbly engineered masterpiece for 24 hours at Le Mans! Thanks to your gripping and sometimes tragic story, which allows you the feeling you "were there", I now feel I kind of know.' -- Robbie Coltrane 'A comprehensive look into the lives of those integral to the Bentley story and how they helped establish a legacy that is still revered today.... Well researched, informative and gripping enough to satisfy motorsport fans wishing to learn more about one of Britain's greatest manufacturers.' -- Stefan Mackley * Autosport * 'Grimsdale has nailed it once again, this time charting the early story of Bentley... the engagingly readable prose that makes for a genuine page-turner. Such is the research here, and so well crafted is the story, that this threads every facet together brilliantly... The result is unmissable for anyone with a passing interest in the birth of Bentley and of Le Mans.' * Classic and Sports Car *
Peter Grimsdale is a bestselling writer, TV producer and former commissioning editor whose credits stretch from Big Brother to Panorama, from The Adam & Joe Show to Finest Hour and Dispatches on Deepwater Horizon and Tony Blair's millions. His first motoring book was the critically acclaimed High Performance: When Britain Ruled the Roads. Racing in the Dark is his second book with Simon & Schuster.