JANUARY 29, 2007
Why not keep your man happy with a Boy's Own tale of adventure about Grand Prix drivers who became secret agents.
The Grand Prix Saboteurs, a new book by our own Joe Saward, reveals the remarkable story of how not just one, but THREE racing stars of the 1920s and 1930s - some of the top names of the era - worked together as British secret agents during World War II in Occupied France, as members of the Special Operations Executive.
It is a story which not only tells the amazing story of Willy Grover (the man who won the first Monaco GP under the name "Williams"), Robert Benoist and Jean-Pierre Wimille, but also reveals some shocking revelations about the SOE in France. For more information, click here.
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