Before he joined the R.A.F., Tim (Whirlwind) Wade was Britain’s ace racing driver. Positively unbeatable, he was Stirling Moss and Jim Clark rolled into one.
When he became the deadly air gunner in a super-fast Boston bomber it seemed that even in war his life was to be dedicated to speed.
Who would have believed that such a man had one great fear in his life – a fear of speed! A fear that was to make him a hero . . .
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