Author(s): Eoin Young
Chris Amon, a New Zealand sheep farmer's son who led the Ferrari team for two seasons in the late 1960s, is remembered as the best driver never to win a Grand Prix. In this work, Eoin Young chronicles the life of this extraordinary racer who began driving at the age of six.
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New Zealander Eoin Young, a distinguished motorsport journalist, has known Chris Amon since he first arrived in Europe to make his career as a racing driver. Young's autobiography, It Beats Working, published by Haynes in 1996, sold nearly 5,000 copies. He lives at Great Bookham, Surrey.