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Mark Skaife : Complete Illustrated Autobiography Celebrating

Australia's Most Successful Touring Car Driver Ever by Skaife, Mark Code: 59917 Format: Hardback / 336 pages Publication date: 27/10/2020 Availability: In Stock, usually dispatched same day Price: AU $33.75 (was AU $45.00) You save AU $11.25

When it comes to the masters of motorsport, Mark Skaife is without peer. The stats ordain him the most brilliant touring car racer in Australian motorsport history: his six Bathurst victories and five touring car championships place him in the rarefied company of Peter Brock.

For more than three decades across the Holden Racing Teams golden era, Skaife was the chosen one. Imposing, sometimes polarising and always revered, his legend is immeasurable and he remains a pillar of Australian motorsport today as a media ambassador and presenter.

This unique and intimate illustrated autobiography recounts the thrills, heartbreaks and epic feats of an unparalleled racing career, on the track and behind the scenes. Featuring photos and memorabilia from his personal collection, a narrative as entertaining as a Bathurst bend, and fascinating insights from those who know him best, Mark Skaife is the definitive account of the man behind the helmet.

Format: Hardback
Pages: 336
Availability: In Stock, usually dispatched same day
Publication date: 27/10/2020
Country of publication: AUSTRALIA
Weight: 1120 g
Dimensions: 261.00mm X 188.00mm
Code: 59917

Mark Skaife graduated from karts to racing cars in 1984 when he was just 17, and it was already clear that motorsport had a unique new talent. Mark went on to dominate Australian touring car racing for the next 30 years as an asset to the Holden Racing Team, winning five touring car championships, six Bathursts, and even surpassing Peter Brocks record of 37 championship round victories.

Since officially retiring from racing in 2008, Mark has continued to devote himself to the sport - both behind the scenes and as a presenter. His decades of service were recognised with his induction to the Australian Motor Sport Hall of Fame in 2017. Mark lives with his wife Toni in Melbourne.