Fine condition.Little,Brown & Co,1996.First UK edition-first printing.Large format dark blue hardback(silver lettering to the spine)with blue Dj(tear on the edge of the front Dj cover,a couple of creases and nicks on the edges of the Dj cover),both in fine condition.Illustrated with colour,b/w photos.Nice and clean pages as new with two small marks and nick on the outer edges.224pp.Price un-clipped.Heavy and oversized book.First edition. This is another paragraph Product Description: Damon Hill, the world's No 2 Formula One racing driver (after Michael Schumacher) in 1994 and 1995, believes that third time will be lucky in 1996, especially as his foe and rival has transferred to the Ferrari team this year. This book not only provides a guide to Damon Hill's 1996 Grand Prix season, but it also studies the world of the Formula One driver and a gruelling season of 16 circuits spread across the globe. It describes the heady feelings of euphoria after a victory or the profound disappointment of defeat, and captures the passion and the pressure of the most high-profile, most glamorous and most dangerous sport of all. Damon's 1996 season started with three consecutive victories in Australia, Brazil and Argentina and he leads the drivers' table comfortably.