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The Flying Lap, Episode 45: Abu Dhabi Debrief with David Tremayne
November 17, 2011
Duration: 1:10:21
Our guest in the studio this week is David Tremayne, the noted F1 author and journalist. "DJT" during the golden days of "Motoring News", David has been covering all aspects and disciplines of motor sport for nearly 40 years. His work has appeared in magazines, newspapers, race programmes and special editions throughout the world and his books include "Nigel Mansell" and "The Lost Generation" (which chronicled the too-brief lives of Roger Williamson, Tony Brise and Tom Pryce). A world authority on land speed records, David has also written the definitive work on Donald Campbell. With David, we will be dissecting the Abu Dhabi GP, the 2011 F1 season - and much more besides. Also joining us live will be the very talented young English driver, James Calado. Having finished runner-up in this year's GP3 series, James made his mark on the world stage last Sunday not only by winning the GP2 sprint race in Abu Dhabi but also Pirelli's Eu 15,000 bonus for the best result by a GP2 rookie.

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