Grand Prix pits the world’s best drivers and the world’s most professional race teams against each other in the race to win the World Championships. It attracts hundreds of thousands of fans to tracks around the world, and millions more to their TV sets, twenty weekends each season.
Grand Prix Racing is driven by intense competition, emotion, will-to-win and total commitment, both on and off the track.
Grand Prix Racing is dominated by money, power, intrigue and politics, which attract powerful, ruthless men, some who have little concern for the long term stability of the sport.
Grand Prix Racing technology is among the most advanced in all the world of computers, aerodynamics, engineering, data collection and techno-manufacturing. It cannot exist without this technology.
This technology is the magnet that attracts the skills of brilliant engineers and computer wizards, like Zak Radford, a young American computer genius, who joins the Bartholomew Racing team in the hope of adding his skills to the world’s top level of sporting technology.
Zak finds himself enmeshed in a vicious web of cyber cheating and intrigue that is far from the glamor and heroic image presented on TV, the Internet and in the specialist racing media around the world. Instead he discovers a threat that is all too capable of killing the sport.
Zak and his friend, the beautiful Russian, Juliana Komarov, find themselves drawn into a high dollar conspiracy that uses top secret cyber technology to influence the results of Grand Prix races, and the World Championship itself.
Zak proves that this technology, even in its basic form, can be used to compromise all of racing, but he cannot move to save the sport until the battle for absolute financial and political power of Grand Prix racing is resolved.
Very realistic, very professional - great explanations - lots of action, intrigue in the world of Formula One motor racing