The ten best driving books of 2010
Shunt: The Story Of James Hunt by Tom Rubython (Formula One Books)
Tom Rubython's hugely enjoyable journey into the playboy life of Formula One's most rock'n'roll champion is without question this year's meatiest, headline-grabbing and best motor-racing biography. While the revelations that Hunt would go on huge benders in the weeks leading up to important races are reminders of a different, less prosaic and more carefree world, there's also plenty of emotional weight here, as Rubython draws a picture of a complex, conflicted and, of course, incredibly gifted character.
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Words: Ben East