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- Sports Publishing 2013; US$ 19.95
Donnie Allison was always the ?other? brother of the famous NASCAR racing duo. Perhaps only true students of NASCAR history know that Donnie Allison won ten races in his career; that he posted top ten finishes in 47 percent of all the races he ever ran; that four of the five times the Allison brothers ran 1-2 in a race, it was Donnie in front... more...
- Center Street 2010; US$ 9.99
With 70 million fans, NASCAR is the #2 spectator sport, after football. But unlike football, going to a race is a full weekend of events. From the tailgating, to the qualifying, to the checkered flag and post-parties--there's enough to fill several days at every event, and that's just at the track. Liz has maximized her personal connections with... more...
- Center Street 2009; US$ 9.99
"How do you marry a NASCAR driver?" In a professional sport where over half its athletes are single men, no one but Liz Allison would, let alone could, dare to answer. Tongue-in-cheek but cunningly insightful, this satirical relationship guidebook with a NASCAR twist that will rev any female NASCAR fan's engine. more...
- Center Street 2012; US$ 9.99
NASCAR's foremost female authority provides the first guide for women to America's fastest growing spectator sport. From shopping to scanners and pit stops to parties, this fun and informative guide gives you everything you need to enjoy a race, whether at the track or in your living room. Insider Liz Allison will tell you all the ins and outs of NASCAR,... more...
- Infobase Publishing 2009; US$ 33.60
When driving around the oval ring, drivers of race cars need to know much more than how to turn the wheel and avoid other drivers. How Race Car Drivers Use Math puts readers in the driver's seat to show how race car operators use math to calculate speed and fuel usage, judge their safety, and much more. more...
- Sports Publishing 2012; US$ 19.95
What?s it like to race across the blacktop of the nation?s most famous track? How does it feel to smash into a concrete wall while going over 200 miles per hour? This exciting, humorous, and poignant collection of tales takes readers inside the most exciting race in America. Tales from the Indianapolis 500 captures horrific collisions and sweet... more...
- Sports Publishing 2013; US$ 19.95
In Flat Out and Half Turned Over , driving phenomenon Buddy Baker details the most hilarious collection of racing stories, memories, and anecdotes ever published. Read about the bumps and brawls; the blood, sweat, and tears; and the practical jokes that happen behind the scenes from the very drivers, owners, crew chiefs, and pit crew that make up... more...
- Palgrave Macmillan 2001; US$ 110.00
Subaru and Jaguar provide outstanding examples of what can be achieved when brand development and relationship marketing are combined to create a world class brand. Subaru achieved victory in the World Rally Championship. Jaguar are now an important new player in Grand Prix racing. This book tells the inside stories behind these campaigns and brand... more...
- ABC-CLIO 2010; US$ 49.00
This is the first work to go beyond the popular myths of stock car racing to fully examine the sport's true history. more...
- The History Press 2013; US$ 18.94
This is a history of speedway at the West Ham stadium from its first-ever dirt track meeting in 1928 to its final season in 1971. Exhaustively researched and supplemented with detailed statistical appendixes, this is a nostalgic but worthy tribute to the track heroes of a bygone era. more...