Aussie Grit by Mark Webber – Out Now!

on July 1, 2015 Mark Webber News, Merchandise with 102 comments
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Eighteen months after retiring from a twelve year Formula One career, Mark Webber finally tells the story of his journey from Queanbeyan kid to Grand Prix winner – and in typical ‘Aussie Grit’ style, it’s a no holds barred, searingly honest account of life inside and out of the cockpit.  Here’s a little teaser from the jacket:

In the high-stakes world of Formula One, only the fastest make it to the top. Few know this better than Australian Formula One legend Mark Webber. His career in F1 stretched an incredible 12 years, saw him earn 42 podium finishes and triumph in nine races, including twice-winning the crown jewel of F1, the Monaco Grand Prix.

 But the road to the top of F1 racing is long and full of deadly twists and strange turns. In his long-awaited Autobiography, Webber tells the incredible true story of the small town pizza delivery boy who climbed the apex of the world’s most dangerous sport. With startling candour, Webber takes us on a thrill ride through the highs and lows of his amazing career, detailing the personal struggles that drove him, revealing the truth at last behind his rivalry with Red Bull Racing teammate Sebastian Vettel, and allowing us access-all-areas into a very private life played out on the public stage.

 Filled with anecdotes about the great drivers, epic races and characters of Formula One, Mark Webber: Aussie Grit is a fascinating account of a life in the cockpit of an F1 rocket and the inspiring, no-punches-pulled story of a great, gritty Australian.

So how can I get my hands on a copy of Aussie Grit?

Aussie Grit, is out today (July 1) in hardcover and e-book in Australia.  Published by Macmillan Australia, Mark’s eagerly anticipated autobiography will be widely available from all good book stores and online retailers.

What if I don’t live in Australia?

Don’t worry, Aussie Grit is also being published in the UK!  The UK version will be published in September 2015 by Pan Macmillan UK in hardback and e-book too.  It too will be available in all good book stores and across all digital platforms.

Are there any differences between the two versions?

Yes, but they are minimal.  The front covers and the forewords will be different – the Australian foreword is by cricketing legend Steve Waugh, and the UK foreword is by three time F1 World Champion Sir Jackie Stewart.

Will you be selling any signed copies via the markwebber.com shop?

We certainly will.  There will be a very limited number of signed books available via the markwebber.com shop – 150 in Australia and 100 for the rest of the world.  It will be the Australian version and they will each have a signed bookplate inserted.  They will be restricted to one book per order – full details will be available on the shop soon.

UPDATE: the signed copies of Aussie Grit on the markwebber.com shop have already sold out – keep reading for more options to get your hands on a signed copy.

That’s not many, what if I miss out?

All is not lost if you miss out on a signed copy this time!  The UK version will be out in a couple of months and we plan to do the same again (i.e. have a limited number of copies with bookplates sold via the e-shop), so there’ll be another chance to get your hands on a signed copy of Aussie Grit (that’s the book, not the man…).  And then there’s always the chance to meet Mark and get your book signed in person, which leads us to…

I heard Mark will be in Australia this month doing a book tour – is there an opportunity for me to meet him and get my book signed?

Yes!  The list of Mark’s Australian book tour talks and signing dates are below.  (Mark’s UK book tour dates will be confirmed in due course).

Australian book promotion schedule:

NSW: TALK – 09/07/2015 – 18:30
Mark Webber ‘in conversation’ cocktail party to be held at Sofitel Wentworth Hotel Sydney, through Dymocks city. Sofitel Sydney Wentworth, 61-101 Phillip Street, Sydney, NSW 2000

ACT: SIGNING – 10/07/2015 – 19:00
Dymocks Belconnen – Westfield Belconnen, Shop 159-160, Level 3, Benjamin Way, Belconnen, ACT 2617

NSW: SIGNING – 11/07/2015 – 11:30
Dymocks Penrith – Westfield Penrith, Shop 145, Level 1, 585 High Street, Penrith NSW 2750

WA: TALK – 13/07/2015 – 07:00
Crown Metropol ‘Grand Ballroom’ – The West Australian Leadership Breakfast with Dymocks Booragoon.  Mark Webber ‘in conversation’ about his autobiography ‘Aussie Grit’. Crown Metropol Perth, Cnr of Great Eastern Highway & Boston Ave, Burswood, WA 6100

WA: SIGNING – 13/07/2015 – 12:30
Dymocks Garden City – Garden City Shopping Centre, Shop 33-34, 125 Riseley Street, Booragoon WA 6154

QLD: SIGNING – 15/07/2015 – 12:00
Dymocks Brisbane CBD – Queen Street Mall; 177 Albert St, Brisbane, QLD 4000.

VIC: SIGNING – 16/07/2015 – 12:30
Melbourne City – Dymocks Melbourne, Lower Ground Floor, 234 Collins Street, Boutique Place, Melbourne VIC 3000

VIC: SIGNING – 18/07/2015 – 11:00
Big W – Eastland Shopping Centre, 171-175 Maroondah Hwy, Ringwood VIC

QLD: SIGNING – 19/07/2015 – 11:00
Dymocks Carindale – Westfield Carindale (Centre Court) – 1151 Creek Rd, Carindale, QLD

Any further questions?  Please contact the shop (details here) who will try to help answer any queries you have.

 

102 Comments

  • Jezz
    on July 1, 2015 Reply

    NO Adelaide!! Please add a signing in Adelaide, lot’s of massive F1 fans here Mark.

  • Paul
    on July 1, 2015 Reply

    Yes please mark please can u come to Adelaide

  • Nigel
    on July 1, 2015 Reply

    How do we get to come to the Perth talk?

  • Thijs
    on July 1, 2015 Reply

    Uhh, so what if I don’t live in Australia or UK ??

    • Site Manager
      on July 1, 2015 Reply

      Hi there – we haven’t received all the details of the UK publication, this may include European stores; we’ll know more closer to the time. In terms of outside of Australia and Europe, the book will be available to purchase online via most retailers, so that’s probably your best bet.

  • Jamie
    on July 1, 2015 Reply

    come on mark get over to Adelaide as well. Plenty of fans here!

  • Jenna
    on July 1, 2015 Reply

    Yay yay yay! I have travelled the world watching Mark and now he is coming to a store near me. Ill keep my fingers crossed that I finally get to meet him!

    • George
      on September 2, 2015 Reply

      A friend of mine got a signed copy of his previous book for me (thanks Jeannette), but in the mean time I’ve met the bloke and I can tell you, in the flesh he’s just the same as he is on tv. You should have seen the tender look have gave my 9 yo daughter, who is abig fan of him. No fake personality. Love him for it!

  • Peter
    on July 1, 2015 Reply

    I echo Jezz’s sentiments. Come and do a signing in Adelaide Mark. Pretty please

  • Simon
    on July 1, 2015 Reply

    Be nice to see you in Adelaide….

  • Joe
    on July 1, 2015 Reply

    Adelaide please Mark. I know a heap of people that would attend!

    • Site Manager
      on July 1, 2015 Reply

      Hi Joe – and everyone who has been writing about Adelaide not being on Mark’s book signing schedule – unfortunately the promotional tour is organised by the publishers of the book, so I’m afraid it’s not in Mark’s hands. Sorry!

  • Courtney
    on July 1, 2015 Reply

    Hiya, I live in NZ, what’s the best way for me to get a copy? 🙂

    • Site Manager
      on July 1, 2015 Reply

      Hi there – the book will be available to purchase from most Australian book retailers, this includes online sellers, so you should be able to get your hands on a copy that way.

  • Ben
    on July 1, 2015 Reply

    Ohhhh you have missed Adelaide – it’s between Melbourne and Perth….
    Please stop by for a talk here – or worst case a signing.. Please

  • Hooman
    on July 1, 2015 Reply

    Adelaide, the original home of F1 in Australia. You have to make a quick stop to say hello.

  • Peter
    on July 1, 2015 Reply

    When will the book be available for sale in the online store (especially signed copies)? I’ve also had a look at the Dymocks website to no avail?

    • Site Manager
      on July 1, 2015 Reply

      Hi Peter – unfortunately we don’t have the details of which stores in Australia will be stocking Aussie Grit, that’s down to the publisher and individual chains and stores I’m afraid. In terms of when they go on sale on the markwebber.com shop, we’re aiming for the end of the week/early next week (as soon as the bookplates are signed and the books are ready to go!). Make sure you’re subscribed to receive news, as we’ll put out a release…

      • Peter
        on July 1, 2015 Reply

        Thank you.

  • Chris
    on July 1, 2015 Reply

    Please please please come to Adelaide

  • Greg
    on July 1, 2015 Reply

    I am in the USA, I just checked Amazon – no listing – when and were can i buy the ebook version?

    • John
      on July 1, 2015 Reply

      Another fan is the states. How to get it in the US?

  • Matt
    on July 1, 2015 Reply

    Surely there’s demand in Adelaide for a signing?

    Come on management/publisher!

  • Harsha
    on July 1, 2015 Reply

    What about the book’s availability in the USA?

  • Naty
    on July 1, 2015 Reply

    Hi, I live in Brazil and someone from MW’s supporters Club just posted for us a link from Amazon-UK months ago saying that we could pre order our Mark Webber book in that link, so many people did(from Mark Webber Supporters Club), I did as well, I want to know if that link is official, of the real book – he said that was official but many people are asking about it now, said he has confirmed that was official. By the way, can’t wait to read the book, congrats Mark and Annie 🙂

    • Site Manager
      on July 2, 2015 Reply

      Hi Naty – we can’t confirm for sure without knowing what the link was I’m afraid. Though we’ve just had a look at Amazon UK and can see the following page for pre-orders which as far as we know is genuine (http://goo.gl/2FIjM2). I hope this was the page that was shared.

      • Naty
        on July 2, 2015 Reply

        Hi there, omg wasn’t that link, they posted this one http://www.amazon.co.uk/Different-Journey-Autobiography-Mark-Webber/dp/1409157814/ref=sr_1_7?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1435874883&sr=1-7 so the guy who posted for us he said he’s an known person by Mark and Ann I’d say their friend, he said he confirmed with them etc. So many people pre ordered their book in that link, now I’m afraid.
        Thank you for the real link and reply.

        • Site Manager
          on July 8, 2015 Reply

          Hi Naty – I’m sorry to hear that. Hopefully it was still a correct link and you’ll receive your books soon, otherwise, I would take it up with Amazon directly who will be able to look into the matter for you. If you don’t receive any goods you should be entitled to a refund.

          • Naty
            on July 11, 2015

            Hi,
            I just canceled my order and it’s okay. I’ll wait untill September to buy the original one here on his web.
            Thank you.

  • orite
    on July 2, 2015 Reply

    Gold Coast!!! Please

  • SC
    on July 2, 2015 Reply

    Just bought 2 copies and will be at the Sydney talk at the Sofitel… will I be able to get both signed, one is for a friend’s birthday present, he’s a big fan and I know it will make his day!

    • Site Manager
      on July 2, 2015 Reply

      Hi there – we would assume so, however you’ll have to touch base with the book store doing the signing (or the publisher) to find out for sure as they are the ones managing the signing. Sorry we can’t help on that front.

  • Buck
    on July 2, 2015 Reply

    Do you have a rough idea as to when the special edition books will be on sale in Australia. Cheers

    • Site Manager
      on July 2, 2015 Reply

      Hi there – by special edition books, do you mean the signed versions? There is a bit more information here on how to pick up a signed copy via the markwebber.com online shop: http://goo.gl/OAQP8K

      • Buck
        on July 4, 2015 Reply

        Yes I want to purchase one of the limited edition books here in Australia to add to my collection, I read that they will be available shortly how will we find out when they go on sale will there be an email notification if we have subscribed to the site.
        Also will Mark only be signing copies brought on the day of the signing or can we purchase now and start enjoying the story.
        Cheers

        • Site Manager
          on July 8, 2015 Reply

          Hi Buck – yes, we will send a notification out when the book is available on the shop, so do make sure you’re subscribed to receive news. You will need to contact the local book store hosting the signing to check for sure, but we imagine it would be fine to take along a copy of Aussie Grit to be signed.

  • Paul
    on July 3, 2015 Reply

    It would be great if you could make it to Adelaide.

  • Christian
    on July 3, 2015 Reply

    Hello! I am planning on going to one of the book signings but was wondering if I could also bring a piece of memorabilia to get signed (a 1:2 size replica of Mark’s helmet from the 2010 F1 season). I don’t want to be rude by assuming I can get that signed too so I thought it best to ask on here.
    Thank you in advance!

    • Site Manager
      on July 8, 2015 Reply

      Hi Christian – we’ve checked with the publishers and unfortunately they are only accepting books to sign at the signings, no other memorabilia I’m afraid.

      • Luke
        on July 15, 2015 Reply

        Hi, I understand the time constraints at the book signings. I’m just wondering how it is possible to get memorabilia signed. I have Mark’s front left wheel rim from Valencia 2010. I’m desperate to get it signed…

  • Firas
    on July 3, 2015 Reply

    Hello,
    i would like to know please when the book will be available in Virgin Megastore Beirut Lebanon ?

    • Site Manager
      on July 8, 2015 Reply

      Hi Firas – at the moment the book has only been published in Australia. It will be published in the UK in September, and closer to the time we’ll know whether it will be available elsewhere.

  • Moose
    on July 3, 2015 Reply

    And no Hobart either 🙁 Realise that the dates are already out but with Mark’s challenge here for so long we would have loved to see him. And then there are all the F1 fans like me…

  • Christa
    on July 3, 2015 Reply

    Another huge US fan who wants very badly to order a signed copy for my husband’s birthday. I’ve read through everything but don’t see how I can do this through this site. It’d mean the world to me to surprise him with this. Thanks for any insight…I sent an email too but haven’t heard back yet. Thanks!

    • Site Manager
      on July 8, 2015 Reply

      Hi Christa – we’ve had numerous emails so apologies for the delay, but hopefully you’ll have received a response now. You can get one of the limited stock of signed copies of the book (when they go live) in the USA as we’ll ship worldwide. Be sure to get in quick though as there are only 100 copies available to non-Australian residents.

  • Bill Davis
    on July 4, 2015 Reply

    Are you coming to Canada

  • Daniel
    on July 5, 2015 Reply

    YES! I only found out about Mark’s book tour it will be at Belconnen ACT, me and my girlfriend will be there. Can’t wait to meet you again Mark 🙂

  • Shallye
    on July 5, 2015 Reply

    I live in China. I want to know when and how can I buy the book?

    • Site Manager
      on July 8, 2015 Reply

      Hi Shallye – at the moment the book is not available outside of Australia. It will be published in the UK in September. If it becomes available for worldwide purchase we’ll notify people via the website. In the meantime, we are selling 100 signed copies of the book and will ship worldwide, so ensure you’re subscribed to receive news so you don’t miss out.

  • christine wright
    on July 5, 2015 Reply

    What about Tassie Mark, one of your favourite places in the whole world. Would love to see you down here again.

  • Anne Lambert
    on July 6, 2015 Reply

    Any idea when copies of the book will be available to order through the MW shop please?

    • Site Manager
      on July 8, 2015 Reply

      Hi Anne – we’ll send out a notification as soon as they’re live on the shop so please ensure you’ve subscribed to receive news.

  • Michael
    on July 7, 2015 Reply

    Where are the books for sale? I thought they were in the “shop” online, but can’t find it.

    • Michael
      on July 8, 2015 Reply

      Ignore that, I thought they were for sale on this site, but was wrong.

      How many people do you expect at the signings? Will I have a chance to get a photo with Mark do you think?

      • Site Manager
        on July 8, 2015 Reply

        Hi Michael – I’ve answered your first question below. Unfortunately we are not involved in the book tour. The publisher and individual book stores will be able to answer your questions on the signings, so I suggest you contact them directly.

    • Site Manager
      on July 8, 2015 Reply

      Hi Michel – please read the news post about this which explains everything. They are not yet available on the shop, but we’ll send out a notification when they are – so please ensure you’ve subscribed to receive news.

  • Ali
    on July 8, 2015 Reply

    Hi – just wondering when we’ll be able to buy the book off of this site…keep checking, no sign of the signed ones yet…

    🙂 thanks

    • Site Manager
      on July 8, 2015 Reply

      Hi Ali – ensure you’re subscribed to receive news as we’ll be sending out a notification when they go live.

  • Peter
    on July 8, 2015 Reply

    could not checkout, as even when “Australia” highlighted and selected from dropdown menu, still defaulted to UK menu. Told me invalid selection. After three tries, gave up.

    • Site Manager
      on July 9, 2015 Reply

      Hi Peter – sorry you had trouble trying to order a copy of Aussie Grit. They sold out within a few hours so the system was very busy, it may have been that they’d already sold out by the time you were trying to process your order.

  • Ben
    on July 8, 2015 Reply

    Mark, please come over to Adelaide!!

  • Michael
    on July 8, 2015 Reply

    Will be travelling 1200kms to attend. Can’t wait to meet Mark.

  • Izzy
    on July 8, 2015 Reply

    Can’t believe the organisers would leave Adelaide out of the book signing tour. Very hardcore F1 fans in the city of churches. Extremely disappointing to miss out. Please reconsider.

  • Anthony
    on July 9, 2015 Reply

    You forgot Adelaide

  • Jason
    on July 9, 2015 Reply

    Please have the publisher consider Adelaide, we have a Motorsport festival dedicated to F1 coming up in October. We are the real aussie home of F1.

  • Ray
    on July 9, 2015 Reply

    only 1 Sydney signing way out west?

  • Paul
    on July 9, 2015 Reply

    Mark. (And event organisers). Please come to Adelaide There really are many fans here. You know what the place is like with our great motor racing heritage and of course the pinnacle of 10 years world standard f1. Please really consider. Thankyou

  • Christian
    on July 10, 2015 Reply

    Before reading this I urge you to view this as a recommendation for the upcoming book signings as opposed to a complaint, I mean that with all sincerity 🙂

    I’ve just come home from the Canberra book signing where I got there an hour early to get a book signed (I did hand the security guard the clean book I purchased but the signed book I received back was someone else’s who had, unfortunately, not taken much care of it). Just before I got to the table the decision was made to stop all photos. To enforce this, a security guard stood in front of the table. My experience in a nutshell was: give my book to a security guard, watch Mark sign 6 books (without looking up) sat behind a security guard and then was handed back someone else’s scraggly book and immediately told to leave. To be honest, at the end of the day I didn’t really go to get my book signed or even to get a photo. I simply wanted to go just to say “thank you” and personally provide a tiny gesture (even if it was just two words) of my appreciation for the years of enjoyment and quality sportsmanship/racing that Mark has provided all his fans. Instead I’m left with a crumpled but signed book and a photo of security guard (with Mark in the background head down signing books). Once again, this really is not a complaint, It’s just one fans feedback so that future fans may get a little bit more out the signing than what I did.

    The final thing I have to say is a huge thanks to Mark! Despite my experience I am well aware that he took the time out of his busy schedule to come to Canberra and sign a few hundred books for his fans which is extremely generous of him 🙂

    • Site Manager
      on July 10, 2015 Reply

      Hi Christian – thank you for your feedback, and your kind words to Mark. We’re sorry to hear you didn’t have the best experience at Mark’s book signing. I hear it was a very busy event – over 500 books signed! We will pass your message on to the publisher who arranges the tour and signings, and hopefully it’s something they bear in mind for the next events.

  • Thys
    on July 10, 2015 Reply

    Can you perhaps let me know how I can buy the Aussie Grit book in kindle version. I’m in SA, we’ll prob get the hard copy here in just short of 5 years time ! Amazon lists it as “not currently available”. Thanks

    • Site Manager
      on July 10, 2015 Reply

      Hi there Thys – we have found it via this link: http://goo.gl/6uWG4j. Hope that helps.

  • Brenton
    on July 10, 2015 Reply

    Please come to Adelaide.

  • Kieron Monk
    on July 11, 2015 Reply

    I managed to get to the book signing today at Penrith. While I had to wait for 2 hours before getting the book signed, I have to say that it was well worth it. Mark obviously didn’t have time for a chat, but he was very friendly, smiled at every person and replied to any comments made, and had photos with every person (which were then put up onto the Penrith Westfields Facebook page).

    I can only image how good the talk by Mark at the Sofitel would have been.

    Can’t wait to read the book! Thanks for the opportunity to meet you Mark.

  • Sandra
    on July 11, 2015 Reply

    very disappointed at Penrith today. Mark arrived an hour and a quarter late, and then told everyone to rush as we was off to Perth.

    I gave up and went home, as a F 1 fan for over 50 years I thought this was very poor.

    I had already bought the book last week and am busy reading it.

    There were thousands of people there and I am sure lots more of disappointed fans.

  • Chris
    on July 14, 2015 Reply

    Great to know Marks book is here, although its early days and demand is there from all over the world, being a Brit and as its where Mark does live, I am wondering and hoping Mark shall be doing a signing tour of the UK, throughout the country.
    Fingers crossed.

  • duffman
    on July 16, 2015 Reply

    No Adelaide? We do like motorsport here and we were the home of F1 in Australia, guess that doesn’t count

  • Renate
    on July 25, 2015 Reply

    Got my signed book yesterday! So cool! Saw Mark a few weeks ago here in Austria – he was so nice when I asked for a pic!
    Started reading “Aussie Grit” right yesterday and hope I will see Mark again 🙂

  • MichaelHipperson
    on July 30, 2015 Reply

    A friend has sent True Grit from Oz and I absolutely loved it
    No holds barred.
    There is chapter about his dogs that will make you weep

  • Susan
    on August 4, 2015 Reply

    I was lucky enough to have Dymocks send me a signed book. I’ve followed F1 for 39yrs (before Mark was born) and lived in Queanbeyan for 4 years, I owned a townhouse there in Broughton Place. I’m fairly certain my car was serviced etc at Bridge Motors. I commend Mark on the open, honest and real book. The writing is as if Mark were speaking and is intriguing even if you didn’t follow F1 or motorsport. I’ve watched Mark race at Monaco, Melbourne and Malaysia although never met him sadly for me. I truly believe the 2010 title should’ve been his and RBR (in particular Marko Helmut) have a lot to answer for. I miss Mark in F1 and try to follow Le Mans etc when I can. F1 isn’t the same anymore and I’m only watching nowadays to see how Daniel Ricciardo goes but my enthusiasm is waning. I’m going to take more of an interest in Le Mans etc.
    Mark your book is a great read and cements my thoughts about you – that you are honest, down to earth, talented, competitive and a brilliant representative of Aussie’s on the world stage – thank you.

  • Victoria Hickman
    on August 6, 2015 Reply

    Hi I purchased a signed copy on 1st July and had an email over a week ago saying my order had been dispatched yet it still hasn’t arrived. Is there anyway of chasing my order/tracking it to see where it has got to?

    • Site Manager
      on August 10, 2015 Reply

      Hi Victoria – the best thing to do is to email shop@markwebber.com with your name and order number and they’ll be able to look into it for you and respond directly.

  • Dawn
    on August 14, 2015 Reply

    Hope Mark manages to come to Scotland would be fantastic to see him!

  • Jessica
    on August 19, 2015 Reply

    Hey guys, do you have any update as to when the UK book tour will be 🙂 thanks!

    • Site Manager
      on August 21, 2015 Reply

      Hi Jessica – please keep an eye on the website as we’ll put full details up, but it will be early September.

  • Kat
    on August 21, 2015 Reply

    Hi, are all signed coppies of the book sold out? Or just those for Australia are sold out and 100 coppies for the rest of the world will be available as soon as the UK version will be out?

    • Site Manager
      on August 21, 2015 Reply

      Hi Kat – yes, all signed copes of the Australian version of the book have now sold out. When the UK version is published on September 10, we hope to have some signed copies available on the shop. We’ll send out an announcement closer to the time.

  • Colin Gray
    on August 26, 2015 Reply

    Hi Mark, Have just finished reading my signed copy of your book the only thing I can say is WOW — what a story!
    I live in the UK but wanted to get the Australian version … I’m pleased I did
    Thanks

  • Paolo
    on August 27, 2015 Reply

    Hi! In future will arrive an Italian version of the book? I’m very curious to learn the Mark Webber’s F1 life! 🙂

    • Site Manager
      on September 2, 2015 Reply

      Hi Paolo – at this stage there is no plan to publish Mark’s autobiography in other languages I’m afraid. If that happens however, we’ll be sure to announce it via the website.

  • DromEd
    on September 2, 2015 Reply

    Hi there. I live in France and I would like to get Mark Webber’s autobiography. No way for me to order the Australian version of the book instead of the UK ? (the goal of that is to get it earlier). If it’s easier to wait for a UK version then no problem, I’ll wait for it but even if I wait for the UK version, how will I be able to order it ?
    Sorry for the site Manager who may have answered this kind of questions thousand of times already.

    • Site Manager
      on September 2, 2015 Reply

      Hi there – as the UK version will be published on September 10 (and is available to pre-order now), it would probably be quicker to wait. It is being sold on Amazon so you can have it shipped anywhere.

  • Joseph
    on December 29, 2016 Reply

    I’m not sure if you’re still signing books/selling them still. But I’m looking to buy a copy of my own. Not sure if it’d be a problem, since I live in the USA.

    I’m trying to buy it for a friend, He runs the website [removed by site manager] with a couple others and they’re all racing fanatics!

    If you could get back to me asap, that would be amazing! Thank you.

    • Site Manager
      on January 23, 2017 Reply

      Hi Joseph – thanks for your message. While there aren’t any more signings taking place, you can certainly still buy copies of Mark’s autobiography Aussie Grit in the UK, Australia, the USA and Poland. In the US, Amazon still have copies available link HERE. As to Barnes & Noble, link HERE. Other major retailers may also stock copies. I hope that helps.

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