Articles tagged Bob Judd

Page 84 of August 1993 archive issue thumbnail Page 84, August 1993

Silverstone, by Bob Judd. Pan Macmillan, £14.99.

It's taken a while, but some of the original claims about novelist Bob Judd ("Motor racing's Dick Francis" was one flowery boast that greeted his arrival) are beginning to make themselves felt. In the past, would-be motorsporting fiction writers have not been a terribly durable species, but Judd has reached book number five, and past and present promotional campaigns on the London Underground and...

Page 74 of October 1989 archive issue thumbnail Page 74, October 1989

Book reviews

Formula One - a novel by Bob Judd. 330pp. 9½" x 6". (Sidgwick & Jackson Limited, 1 Tavistock Chambers, Bloomsbury Way, London, WC1A 2SG. £12.95). Considering the jet-setting scenario of the Grand Prix world and the exotic and exciting locations visited, it is surprising that this is the first novel for some time in a motor racing context. Bob Judd has carried out a great deal of research with...

Page 68 of September 1990 archive issue thumbnail Page 68, September 1990

Indy - A Novel

by Bob Judd, 238pp. 9 1/2" x 6 1/4". Pan Books Ltd, Cavaye Place, London SW10 9PG £13.95 Novels about motor racing have been few and mostly undistinguished. Apart from the schoolboy sagas of oily-overalled mechanics making good in fabulously fast cars of the Twenties after graduating from the village garage, what have there been? Evelyn Waugh's Vile Bodies touches on racing. The Earl of Cattenham...


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