The Grand Prix Saboteurs

The Grand Prix Saboteurs

The Grand Prix Drivers Who Became British Secret Agents During World War II

Book - 2006
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James Bond meets Michael Schumacher The idea of racing drivers working as secret agents is at best far-fetched but The Grand Prix Saboteurs tells the amazing TRUE story of how three top Grand Prix drivers from the 1920s and 1930s worked for a clandestine British secret service in occupied France, during World War II. The product of 18 years of research, The Grand Prix Saboteurs tells a story that remained top secret until the British Government finally agreed to release them in 2003. The book dazzles with swashbuckling escapes, shocking betrayals and a story you will never forget.
Publisher: London, UK : Morienval Press, 2006.
ISBN: 9780955486807
0955486807
Branch Call Number: 940.548641 S271
Characteristics: 363 p. : ill., map, ports. ; 23 cm.

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