Raw Speed: The Autobiography of the Three-Times World Speedway Champion (Audio Download): Amazon.co.uk: Tai Woffinden, Daniel Bunton, John Blake: Audible Audiobooks ePUB – Circuitwiringdiagram.co

A brilliant read of someone born in England, taken to Australia by his parents at 3, his life over there and then coming back to England to race and eventually riding for England instead of Australia The abuse he s taken from English fans for effectively being taken to Australia It s an insight to how he s dealt with his life and to what he s become today Excellent. Excellent read insight to one if not Great Britain best speedway world champion ,The laughs the down side and highs in the life of a speedway rider from a very young age.If you like your speedway you will love this I was so looking forward to this autobiography, but found myself skipping through it It just doesn t keep my attention. I have to say that I feel the book was ill advised.Tai comes over a a bit of a money grabber with little thought for British speedway for which he has not done anything like enough to help a sport in crisis.He admits deciding to be British to gain a 10k sponsorship offered only to brits and says his heart breaks when he sees the Aussies pulling on their Australian race jackets.He is really an Australian and his disregard the UK speedway says it all For me it doesn t cast him in a good light at all.More about money and self opinion than speedway Was a gift for someone so can t say if good But good value quick delivwry An interesting read into the life of this young raw talent Triple Speedway World Champion and former captain of the Great British speedway team, Tai Woffinden is one of the sport s biggest stars Following in his late father s footsteps, Tai Woffinden made his name as a notable Speedway rider Known for his speed on the tracks and his quirky tattoos, Woffinden is a popular figure within the sport He has over , followers on Twitter, where he posts frequent pictures of himself and wife Faye, whom he married in lateWith a vast array of titles to his name, including youngest ever World Champion, achieved at the age of , Woffinden has come a long way from his Scunthorpe roots However, he has not been without his share of struggles In , Woffinden lost his father to cancer, which, combined with internal issues within his team, resulted in a difficult season His autobiography provides an eye opening insight into the life of one of speedway s most exciting talents A great read from a great rider, once you start reading you will not be able to put it down My own enjoyment