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Summary

Published to coincide with the 30th anniversary of the Superbike World Championship, The World According to Foggy will delight the legions of motorsport fans in the UK and beyond and will be lapped up by those who have enjoyed books by Valentino Rossi, Guy Martin, Michael Dunlop, John McGuinness, Ian Hutchinson and Freddie Spencer. 

Foggy's scintillating new audiobook takes his fans into the memory banks of this most charismatic and straight-talking of sporting icons, transporting them into the weird and wonderful world of this endearingly quirky hero of the track. 

The World According to Foggy contains lashings of adrenaline-fuelled bikes and electrifying bike racing, thrills and spills galore, but it also reveals the man behind the helmet, his passions and frustrations, and what makes him still leap out of bed in the morning and seize the day - ultimately, it reveals what makes this great man tick and explains his enduring popularity. 

©2018 Carl Fogarty (P)2018 Headline Publishing Group Ltd

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They say never meet your heroes and I haven’t met Carl, but lord knows I hope I never will after listening to this

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I was beginning to warm to him

I was beginning to warn to him his first book made me dislike him. When he spoke about his views politics and some of his values which confirmed I still struggle with liking this man.

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Foggy has grown up. But not much.

a lot better than the first book, but mostly he's still better than you at pretty much everything, according to Foggy. Still enjoyed it as I watched him through most of his career and one thing definitely not up for debate is his riding skills.

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NOT!,,, As i would expect.

Looked forward to listening to this book,,,,,, Till,I found out it was narrated by a southerner,Now Im not prejudiced or anything but Foggy's from Blackburn Why didn't they get a someone with a Lancashire accent?I listen to a lot of books and try to put the accent to the story,but this didnt do it for me at all,had to turn it off after 4 chapters which is a shame as im a big fan of Foggy and i was looking forward to listening to this.

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Initially I was disappointed that foggy was not narrating this, he has a very distinctive voice so was looking forward to the book partly because of this. I had miss read the info but Damien Lynch was excellent, I’ll definitely listen to it again

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What a character

carl fogarty needs to do stand up his book is brilliant loved it from the beginning and didn’t won’t it to end