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The Mechanic's Tale https://www.amazon.com/dp/0752827839/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glc_fabc_2a92FbBB1M2H4
The first picture is the cover of a very excellent book
Currently, I'm half way through both The Mechanic's Tale: Life in the Pitlanes of Formula One, by Steve Matchett, and Freddie Mercury: An Intimate Memoir by the Man Who Knew Him Best, by Peter 'Phoebe' Freestone [Freddie's PA] and David Evans. Both are pretty good books. The former gives a fantastic account of the grease and graft behind the glitz and glamour in the F1 paddock, and shows how one can go from day-to-day mechanic in a garage in the UK to being a mechanic or engineer in a championship winning F1 team. Plus, it has some old pictures of people who've since risen to prominence in Formula One, all wearing questionable 90s fashions, which is a major selling point.
The latter's also going to be a good book. I was going through a major Queen phase a few months ago, so I started this then, and got distracted before I could get too far into it. After reading Queen Unseen by Peter Hince, I figured I really needed to give Phoebe Freestone's book a go.
In terms of academic reading, though, I should probably get started on a few chapters of Personality, Individual Differences, and Intelligence. It seems to be quite a good book by the brief flick-through I had. I'll probably also download as many interesting journal articles as I can before I leave uni and my access gets revoked.