MAY 19th 2016

Brian Redman Serialisation – The Mind Of A Driver

Between 1965 and 1975, driver deaths were common and racing as a trade made ‘living in the moment’ a career precondition. It was as if an unseen sniper haunted the tracks and picked off random victims without warning, unsparing of veterans and even legends. Every now and then, a death would occur that gave us pause – ‘I never thought that could happen to Jimmy Clark’ – but then we’d bottle up our fears and go back to racing.


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