Enjoy some humour and history with these books… perfect for any petrolhead to get caught up in.

Oh Cook!

Written by James May of Top Gear and The Grand Tour fame, Oh Cook! is a recipe book packed with super-simple recipes. May is best known for his television work, and the book ties in with his series on Amazon. It’s his first foray into the cooking scene and is designed to inspire even the most reluctant chefs. The book is written with beginner cooks in mind and includes practical information and advice from celebrity chefs. Expect easy recipes like American pancakes, spaghetti bolognese and some pub grub favourites, as well as plenty of humour along the way.


Bond Cars: The Definitive History

 This is the ultimate history and celebration of the Bond car and includes exclusive material from the Bond archive. Expect to see original call sheets, technical drawings and storyboards from the films, as well as previously unpublished photography and exclusive interviews. You’ll also get some insight from some of the Bond team, including Michael G. Wilson, Barbara Broccoli, Daniel Craig and the special effects and action vehicles supervisor on 15 Bond films, Chris Corbould.


Can You Make This Thing Go Faster?

Can You Make This Thing Go Faster? is the eighth volume in Jeremy Clarkson’s The World According to Clarkson series. It’s a hilarious collection of stories and observations from Clarkson’s life. He ponders a diverse and obscure set of issues, such as ‘why fishing is for people who hate their kids’; ‘why saving the planet means soggy paper straws and no more children’; and ‘whether there are noise-cancelling headphones with the power to silence James May’. Clarkson fans will love this latest instalment from the witty motoring personality.


How Not To Be A Professional Racing Driver

How Not to Be a Professional Racing Driver by Jason Plato is a memoir from one of the United Kingdom’s biggest motor racing stars. Plato is a two-time championship-winning and record-breaking driver and has had his fair share of near-death experiences over the years. His memoir is a humorous account of his adventures on and off the track and is packed with anecdotes and stories that’ll keep you laughing as you turn the pages.