Just finished reading this big book and partial autobiography by Newey. Fantastic read (written by a ghost writer who has a very fluid style) and highly recommend it to everybody. Since Newey and I are of similar age, his story of F1 begins pretty much where my interest started as well. This is relevant in the sense that I understand most of his references to teams, drivers and races (I'm a on thin ice when it comes to his Indycar years, where I have little knowledge). He gives great insight into a variety of teams, team principals, drivers and FIA politics. Patrick Head and Dennis don't look so good afterwards.