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Lights Out, Full Throttle: The Good, the Bad and the Bernie of Formula One - 15 October

 
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Lights Out, Full Throttle: The Good, the Bad and the Bernie of Formula One - 15 October
by SMMC Admin - Wednesday, 7 October 2020, 10:46 AM
 

The Borders Book Festival is renowned for its lively blend of entertaining and thought-provoking events. In a special mid-week event, you have the exciting opportunity to hear from Damon Hill and Johnny Herbert, who could not be better qualified to lift the lid on Formula One racing.

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Lights Out, Full Throttle: The Good, the Bad and the Bernie of Formula One

Baillie Gifford Borders Book Festival Online 2020
Date
 Thursday 15 October
Time 7:30pm



The Borders Book Festival is renowned for its lively blend of entertaining and thought-provoking events. In a special mid-week event, you have the exciting opportunity to hear from Damon Hill and Johnny Herbert, who could not be better qualified to lift the lid on Formula One racing. Between them, they have competed all over the world in 261 Grands Prix – they’ve won a few, broken some bones and are now seasoned and highly knowledgeable pundits and commentators.

Damon was world champion in 1996, following in the tyre tracks of his dashing, moustachioed dad, Graham Hill. Dad won it twice and they are the only father and son combination ever to achieve this. Racing is clearly in the genes, for Damon’s son, Josh, was briefly a driver.

Johnny Herbert came very close, winning Grands Prix and coming fourth in the 1995 F1 championship. His versatility saw him win the Le Mans 24 Hours endurance race in 1991. With Damon, he commentates and presents on Sky Sports F1. His autobiography is entitled What Doesn’t Kill You…

Mercifully, both have survived to tell many tales. Lights Out, Full Throttle takes fans on a high-octane tour of the sport, driven by insiders who have seen it and done it.

This event will be broadcast on 15 October and you can watch again as many times as you like until 31 October. When you purchase your ticket, you will be given full details on how to view.

More information and booking