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Readers’ evening with John Surtees

On October 2 we hosted a special readers’ evening with John Surtees.

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After a three-course dinner editor-in-chief Nigel Roebuck and editor Damien Smith sat down with the 1964 Formula 1 World Champion to talk about his career on ‘bikes and cars.

Motor Sport will be hosting another readers’ evening soon – with three-time Formula 1 World Champion Sir Jackie Stewart OBE. Don’t miss your chance to attend, just click here.

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5 comments on Readers’ evening with John Surtees

  1. David H, 11 October 2012 02:24

    Great. Thanks. Interesting to see the contrast between one like Surtees actually wanting a Jim Clark to be his teammate vs. most of the current lot who want to be numero uno and have ‘issues’ if their teammate is too close to their ability.

  2. ANCELY, 24 October 2012 13:03

    vraiment un grand champion et un homme charmant ; LONGUE VIE ET BRAVO .

  3. Mike Chapple, 24 October 2012 23:22

    John Surtess sounds very humble

  4. John Read, 29 October 2012 02:14

    One of the best podcasts yet.

    Many of the questioners tried to elicit from John his personal opinions of others.

    It was notable that he has the class and dignity to avoid the temptation and leave conclusions to others, but still give us insights into his fascinating history.

  5. Chris, 9 December 2012 04:55

    Really fantastic please motorsport magazine don’t ever stop the podcasts

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