John. I have always very much enjoyed your writings in LF and look forward to reading your book. I worked at Goodwood for 23 years as a Chaperone to the VIP F1 drivers (plus some interesting Americans) but retired last year. Over the years, I met some fabulous people, some who became good friends and got to work with wonderful cars and bikes.
Like Richard I don't know any thing about fishing, although I found the books interesting. I have also enjoyed a couple of fishing trips and managed to catch a grayling. However some of the motoring exploits we have shared ! Looking out of the window at the falling snow brings to mind forages onto the NY Moors and the early unbeatable days of the Audi Quattro' s and a slide down Sutton Bank in an out of control Fiat Uno Turbo. Happy days, John
Well I will buy the book - I read and enjoyed the other two, without knowing one end of a fishing rod from another (or the difference between fishing and angling, though I've a horrible feeling you once told me that...
Good luck with the project John. ;-)
Good luck John - even a photo with you in your 'Trackday Days'. Always enjoy your articles John and I promise I will follow your progress. All the best: Rog
Great project John, which you will execute with both wit and expertise. See you at Silverstone Classic :-)
Was lovely to speak to you today and we were happy to help with some quotes for the book! Good luck!
Your comments about writing a book and the reasons behind it are spot on. Good luck - and I bet it ends up longer than you intended!
Great project, John! Good luck...
Nice website too
I shall look forward to following your journey