Here’s a video put together by our publishers, explaining what’s new about the third edition of the book. No idea who the chap is below!
One of the new elements in the third edition of Performance at the Limit is the Performance Pyramid. This distils the critical learnings from our study of Formula 1 into a framework that can be applied to any organisation, team or project. I’ve just put together a short video of the key ideas behind the Pyramid, […]
Brad Spurgeon of the New York Times recently wrote a review of the third edition of Performance at the Limit: Business Lessons from Formula 1 Motor Racing. It was called Learning from Elite Racing. You can read it here: http://www.nytimes.com/2016/09/16/sports/autoracing/learning-from-elite-racing.html
The dramatic news that Liberty Media is in the process of acquiring the ownership of Formula One has dominated the news in the last week. Much has been written about the implications of this move and whether or not Formula One CEO, Bernie Ecclestone, and his new Chairman, Chase Carey, will be able to work […]
I’ve been privileged to interview many of the great and good of F1 over the years. They are always generous with their time and insights. However, it’s not very often that they ask searching questions of me and so I was slightly taken aback when Martin Brundle asked which three books I’d suggest he read in order […]
I’ve had the pleasure of visiting quite a few F1 racetracks, but none have the atmosphere and beauty of Monza. Located in a royal park, originally part of the estate of the Viceroy of Italy, Monza can never escape its history. One of the reasons is that the ‘new’ F1 circuit – completed in 1955 […]