Murray Walker

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CollinsWillow, 2002 - Automobile racing - 393 pages
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Murray Walker is acknowledged worldwide as the voice of motor racing - and the man responsible for introducing millions of viewers to the previously inaccessible world of Formula 1. Here he tells the story of his incident-packed life.

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Enjoyable read from a great F1 commentator.

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Oh how I laughed! Great autobiography! Read full review

Contents

Introduction
1
A Proud Brummie
11
Tanks It Is Then
23
Copyright

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About the author (2002)

Murray Walker was born in Birmingham in October 1923. His father, Graham, was a motorcycle racing champion and Walker Jr. saw his first race when he was two. After active service in the Second World War, he forged a successful career as an advertising executive. His debut as a sports commentator came in 1949, when he covered the British GP at Silverstone for BBC Radio. He has since spent more than 50 years commentating on motor sport and in particular Formula One, initially for the BBC before moving over to ITV in 1997.

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