Murray Walker is a national institution. His unique brand of boyish enthusiasm made even the dullest race sound like an unmissable thriller. Ever since his first stint at the microphone in 1949 at the British Grand Prix, Murray has entertained us with his commentaries on car and motorcycle racing and in particular Formula One. In his autobiography, Murray Walker describes his relationship with many of the key personalities of his era, recalls his celebrated commentary partnerships, and he talks about his early personal life and his highly successful career as an advertising executive. This book would make a perfect gift for any fan of motor racing and this extraordinary man. 
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