Formula One driver Remy Sabatino is leading the Drivers' Championship, in a car that is the quickest of the season by far. But that also means Sabatino's Russian teammate is the fastest too....
Their rivalry couldn't be more toxic ahead of the Grand Prix in Moscow. TV viewers around the world are about to witness the most catastrophic crash in Formula One history. Was this caused by the acrimony between these drivers? Matt Straker, former Royal Marine and corporate intelligence director, is again called in to investigate and he soon finds himself confronted by a corrupted legal system and battling with powerful - and violent - vested interests. Could it be that wrapped up in the political symbolism of the Moscow Grand Prix are, perhaps, the very seeds of its undoing....
DISCLAIMER: This is a work of fiction. All the characters and incidents portrayed and the names used herein are fictitious and any similarity to the names, characters, or history of any persons, living or dead, is entirely coincidental and unintentional. Even when recognisable names appear, their actions are fictitious. This audiobook is unofficial and is not associated in any way with the Formula One group of companies. F1, FORMULA ONE, FORMULA 1, FIA FORMULA ONE WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP, GRAND PRIX and related marks are trademarks of Formula One Licensing B.V.
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Hoped for something more
As an F1 fan and a fan of crime/thriller fiction I was looking forward to reading this. However, I finished it and was left with a feeling of disappointment. The F1 link is weak to say the least and the plot thereafter I thought was weak and uninspiring. Overall, I thought the story could have been so much more than a than it actually was.
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Written For The Screen
Good story but it is clearly written for the screen, which made it a little difficult to listen to. Almost the whole book is dialogue. I am an F1 fan and there were some very technical parts which I enjoyed. But be aware this book is more about politics than racing.