A remarkable book by the famous F1 doctor who was the cheif medical officer for many many years and attended all the accidents and incidents in the sport between 1978 and the time of it's writing.
Over that time he attended all the F1 incidents from the deaths of Senna and Ratzenberger to the career ending shunts of Donnelly and Reggazoni as well as attending Frank Williams in the wake of his road accident
Candid and sometimes rather harrowing story of not only the trauma but also the drivers he met, the cirtcuits he feared and aspects of F1 such as long time FIA president Balestre. Always told with an eye to how things were being done, had been done in the past and could be improved in the future to make things safer in F1.
1996 258 pages fine book and jacket.