Mason's Motoring Mayhem!

Tony Mason's hectic life in motorsport and television

Mason's Motoring Mayhem!
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ISBN: 9781845844394
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A full, frank and hilarious account of Tony Mason’s hectic life, from humble beginnings in the Lake District to stardom on television and in motorsport. His story includes his business life, TV mistakes, rallying crashes, appearances on stage and travels to many far-flung places, all packed with laughs along the way.

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Tony Mason started rallying in the early Æ60s, winning events both as a driver and navigator. He went on to co-drive for the Ford works team, winning outright the 1972 RAC Rally of Great Britain with Roger Clark. He then moved to television, becoming 'Mr RallyingÆ on BBC TVÆs Top Gear. TonyÆs jovial personality brought him a huge following as he presented a variety of items for 15 years. He appeared on several other programmes and was regularly on TV in Australia and New Zealand.Tony is widely travelled, having visited nearly 100 countries. He currently entertains on P&O cruise ships around the world.

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Format: Hardback, 208 Pages
ISBN: 9781845844394
Illustrations: 123 b-w & color photos
Size: 6 in x 9 in x 0.75 in / 152.4 mm x 228.6 mm x 19.05 mm
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