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OK... I just finished it this morning, and I think it's well worth it for anybody who is interested in Brawn's great success or wants to get some behind the scenes insights into F1.
I found it cheaper on Google Play than on Kindle, but YMMV.
I managed to get through it last weekend. It is an interesting read in that it is a leadership/strategy book wrapped in F1 gossip. By that I mean that I kept reading on for the next juicy bit of gossip but when I got to the end I really liked how they wrapped up the strategy bits in the observations section.
So it, for me, was just another slog through a leadership book that turned out to be really interesting and fun. Granted, this is what I expected from a book by Parr and Brawn but my retention of the leadership bits was surprising. (I realized it when I read through the observations.)
They (Parr) lean a little heavy on the Art of War but you can skim those bits.