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  • The Put-in-Bay Road Races, 1952-1963by Carl Goodwin

    McFarland & Company, Inc., Publishers 2014; US$ 35.00

    A great little sports car race took place on an island in Lake Erie, offshore of Sandusky, Ohio. The drivers came on ferry boats to compete for silver cups in an age when there were no sponsors and no prize money. The drivers were car salesmen, stock brokers, engineers, printers, etc. Often, the cars they raced were those they drove as daily transportation:... more...

  • The Early Laps of Stock Car Racingby Betty Boles Ellison

    McFarland & Company, Inc., Publishers 2014; US$ 35.00

    The first organized, sanctioned American stock car race took place in 1908 on a road course around Briarcliff, New York--staged by one of America's early speed mavens, William K. Vanderbilt, Jr. A veteran of the early Ormond-Daytona Beach speed trials, Vanderbilt brought the Grand Prize races to Savannah, Georgia, the same year. What began as a... more...

  • A Lap of the Globeby Kevin Clemens

    McFarland & Company, Inc., Publishers 2006; US$ 25.00

    Now a legend among classic automobile aficionados, Phillip Young is the man generally given credit for starting the classic endurance rally concept. Beginning his career with the 1989 Pirelli Marathon Rally, by 1997 Young and the Classic Rally Association had created the Peking to Paris Motor Challenge. Echoing a 1907 competition, this road race was... more...

  • Lewis Hamilton - Champion of the World - The Biographyby Frank Worrall

    John Blake Publishing 2009; US$ 7.28

    Lewis Hamilton is the record-breaking young British hero of Formula 1. His phenomenal debut season was nothing short of a revelation, coming through against all the odds to dominate and revolutionise the world of motor racing. It was an outcome no one could have predicted: thrown in at the deep end 'on a mighty whim' by McLaren team owner Ron Dennis,... more...

  • Lewis Hamilton - The Biographyby Frank Worall

    John Blake Publishing 2015; US$ 7.28

    LEWIS HAMILTON is the record-breaking young British hero of Formula One. His phenomenal debut season was nothing short of a revelation, coming through against all the odds to dominate and revolutionise the world of motor racing.It was an outcome no one could have predicted: thrown in at the deep end 'on a mighty whim' by McLaren team owner Ron Dennis,... more...

  • Dirt Track Auto Racing, 1919-1941by Don Radbruch

    McFarland & Company, Inc., Publishers 2004; US$ 45.00

    Prior to World War I, auto racing featured expensive machines and teams financed by auto factories. The teams toured the country, and most of the races were held in large cities, so the vast majority of Americans never saw a race. All this changed after World War I, though, and in the 1920s and 1930s there were approximately 1,000 dirt tracks in the... more...

  • All Around the Trackby Anne B. Jones; Rex White

    McFarland & Company, Inc., Publishers 2007; US$ 35.00

    From authors Anne Jones and former NASCAR champion Rex White, here are oral histories of more than 50 individuals from stock car and drag racing's not-so-distant past and present. Rich with original interviews and previously unpublished material, it includes drivers such as David Pearson, Junior Johnson, Bobby Allison, Bob Glidden and Hubert Platt;... more...

  • The Raceby Billy Maudlin; Kyle Froman; Darrell Waltrip

    B&H Publishing Group 2014; US$ 15.99

    ?Boogity, boogity, boogity! Let?s go racing!? Winning is in every racer?s blood. They continually push themselves to the edge, physically and emotionally, in pursuit of the checkered flag and a visit to Victory Lane. It is the racer?s way. We too are racers in the middle of the greatest race known to mankind: life. We want to live in a way that,... more...

  • The NASCAR Wayby Robert G. Hagstrom

    Wiley 2001; US$ 31.50 US$ 18.90

    From the bestselling author of The Warren Buffett Way, a revealing inside look at the booming business-and investment opportunities-of NASCAR "Hagstrom's insights and observations bring a refreshing 'outside' business perspective to our industry." --From the Foreword by William C. France, President, NASCAR "From its origins in Daytona in the... more...

  • Race of the Centuryby Julie M. Fenster

    Crown/Archetype 2005; US$ 14.95

    On the morning of February 12, 1908, six cars from four different countries lined up in the swirling snow of Times Square, surrounded by a frenzied crowd of 250,000. The seventeen men who started the New York to Paris auto race were an international roster of personalities: a charismatic Norwegian outdoorsman, a witty French count, a pair of Italian... more...