The death of his uncle during a competition in Estonia in 2000 was followed just eight years later by the death of his father at the North West 200. But despite these tragic losses, Michael was undeterred, and, two days after his father's death, he returned to the North West - and won. The next year Michael won his first TT, joining both his father and uncle in the record books.
Now with 13 TT wins to his name, Michael is a phenomenal competitor, and in this sensational autobiography he reveals the highs and lows of racing, what it was like growing up part of a motorcycle dynasty and how that made him the incredible racing driver he is today.
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By Akhil Kalsh on 01-04-18
The best book about motorcycle racers, by far
The level of honesty and humour in this book is unparalleled. Highly recommended read, and that's a recommendation coming from someone who has recently finished autobiographies of Guy Martin and John McGuinness.
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