One of the most respected figures in Formula 1 for nearly four decades, Ken Tyrrell discovered Jackie Stewart and went on to win 33 grands prix and three world championships as an independent team owner. This is his story.
Maurice Hamilton is one the most respected motor racing journalists on the circuit. A writer for the Observer and Motorsport News, he is also the sport's correspondent on BBC Radio 5 Live. His previous books include the Autocourse annual and collaborations with Eddie Irvine and the Jordan and Stewart racing teams. He has followed Ken Tyrrell's career since 1977, having written press releases for the Tyrrell team from 1976 to 1979 as well as several features on his life.