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5 books you don’t have be a race fan to love

Published by Racemaker Press on September 2, 2016

One of the best comments we received from a fan still sticks with us to this day: “Every time, I go to the Automobilia show, I always look for your table to see “what’s new.” Even if I am not that terribly interested in the subject matter, I still purchase the book(s) because I KNOW […]

With research comes reward

Published by Racemaker Press on August 31, 2016

By Jim O’Keefe Despite a great personal interest in the 1911 races in Ostend and relentless effort researching these events, information was limited to a few American magazine sources that were not very helpful. However, history has a way of sneaking up on you when you least expect it Through research for our new publication, […]

That little car in Racemaker’s logo has big history at the Indy 500

Published by Racemaker Press on May 25, 2016

Racemaker’s iconic logo comes to life 100 years after its second-place finish in the 1916 Indianapolis 500. This Duesenberg was the second of the two Duesenberg team cars that utilized the new 16-valve version of the 300-cid “Walking Beam” Duesenberg engines that appeared at the end of the 1915 season. Painted with the race number […]