Chris Morton

Chris Morton

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Chris Morton is regarded as one of Britain's greatest riders as he won almost every title except the world crown. Starting from a small village in Cheshire, to the glamour of the world's speedway circuits, this book describes the journey to the highest level of speedway racing - a ruthless place where all that matters is to be a winner.
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  • Paperback | 128 pages
  • 165 x 235 x 10mm | 350g
  • Stroud, United Kingdom
  • English
  • Revised
  • 2nd Revised edition
  • 0752443372
  • 9780752443379
  • 1,856,266

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Chris Morton: Awarded an MBE in 1992 for his long and distinguished career as a Speedway rider, this book is a natural conclusion to that career. Most of his racing profession he spent with the famous Belle Vue Aces of Manchester and was a regular choice for England and was also national captain. During his time as a racer he also wrote some columns for the sport's press and local media. This is his first book and he lives with his family in Cheshire. Brian Burford: Brian has collaborated with Chris on Until the Can Ran Out, and this is his fifth speedway title. His last book, No Bull - the Authorised Biography of Billy Hamill was described as 'a racy read, fascinating, graphic and sometimes shocking.' His other books include Breaking the Limits - the Sam Ermolenko Story and Peter Craven - the Wizard of Balance. A big supporter of motorcycle sport, he is also a regular contributor to Speedway Star and Backtrack magazines as well as other periodicals.
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