Autosport show

Johnny Herbert attending Autosport show

Champions Talent Management Client and motor sport legend Johnny Herbert will be attending the annual Autosport International show later this month. The show that is being held at Birmingham’s NEC will see the former British Grand Prix winner signing copies of his fascinating autobiography What Doesn’t Kill You. The event is Europe’s largest indoor motorsport event and is celebrating its 27th anniversary taking place between 12th -15th January. 

The book that discusses Johnny’s remarkable 25-year career, has gone beyond publisher’s sales expectations and fans now have the unique opportunity to meet a Formula 1 hero in person. From the highs of his three Formula 1 Grand Prix victories, to the lows of the crash in 1988 that almost claimed his life, Johnny’s book documents his entire career in his naturally engaging and humorous style.

The book that has also been nominated for the Autobiography of the Year prize at the Cross Sports Book Awards, provides an outstanding insight into the life of a Formula 1 driver and what it is like competing against some of the biggest names in global sport.     

Johnny will be based at the Horton’s stand at the Autosport show from 1pm on 14th January.   

What Doesn’t Kill You… can be ordered via Amazon and other online book stores or by visiting Johnny’s website or Twitter page. 

To book Johnny contact Benny Lawrence at Champions on 08453 31 30 31 or e-mail blawrence@championsukplc.com.   

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