David Tremayne

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David Tremayne is a UK based motor racing journalist. He has written extensively about the Land Speed Record.

He is the Formula One correspondent for The Independent.[1]

He is one of the founding partners of GrandPrix+, the sport's first e-magazine, with fellow journalist Joe Saward. GrandPrix+ won the 2007 Guild of Motoring Writers Newspress New Media Award.

Awards[edit]

He was the 1990, 2001 and 2004 winner of the Guild of Motoring Writers Journalist of the Year Award.[2][3]

Publications[edit]

Books (incomplete list)[edit]

In order of date published
  • Tremayne, David (1991). Racers Apart: Memories of motorsport heroes. UK: Motor Racing Publications Ltd. ISBN 0-947981-58-6.
  • — (27 November 2000). The Science of Safety: The Battle Against Unacceptable Risks in Motor Racing. UK: Haynes Group. ISBN 1-85960-664-4.
  • — (2004). The Science of F1 Race-Car Design.
  • — (2005). Donald Campbell: The Man Behind the Mask. Bantam Books. ISBN 0-553-81511-3.
  • — (16 June 2005). Rubens Barrichello: In the spirit of Senna and the shadow of Schumacher. UK: Haynes Group. ISBN 1-84425-200-0.
  • — (24 August 2006). The Lost Generation: The Tragically Short Lives of 1970s British F1 Drivers Roger Williamson, Tony Brise and Tom Pryce. UK: Haynes Group. ISBN 1-84425-205-1.
  • — (23 November 2006). The World's Fastest Diesel: The Inside Story of the JCB Dieselmax Land Speed Record Success. UK: J H Haynes & Co Ltd. ISBN 1-84425-420-8.
  • — (5 April 2018). Jim Clark: The best of the best. UK: Evro Publishing. ISBN 978-1910505168

Web[edit]

Preceded by
James May
Guild of Motoring Writers Journalist of the Year Award
2001
Succeeded by
Jeff Daniels
Preceded by
Richard Feast
Guild of Motoring Writers Journalist of the Year Award
2004
Succeeded by
Nick Trott

References[edit]

  1. ^ "The Independent (by line)". Archived from the original on 30 April 2006. Retrieved 26 September 2006.
  2. ^ "Guild of Motoring Writers Journalist of the Year 1990 and 2001". Archived from the original on 11 March 2007. Retrieved 26 September 2006.
  3. ^ "Guild of Motoring Writers Journalist of the Year 2004". Archived from the original on 11 March 2007. Retrieved 26 September 2006.