Books published by Racemaker Press.
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“Murphy” and “Nuvolari” Collection
Author Bruce Carter$25.00
Faithful recreations of two classic Children’s adventure books from 1960s.
American Road Racing: 1948 – 1950 The Sport Revived
Author Joel E. Finn$50.00
The dramatic story of early American road racing, with superb accuracy and first hand experience.
American Road Racing: The 1930s
Author Joel E. Finn$40.00
Road racing in the United States in 1930s, packed with rare period photographs and illustrations.
Bridgehampton Racing: From the Streets to the Bridge
Author Joel E. Finn$30.00
The drama of the racing at Bridgehampton unfolds in this comprehensive account.
Caribbean Capers: The Cuban Grand Prix Races of 1957, 1958 & 1960
Author Joel E. Finn$70.00
A riveting account from original correspondence and interviews with participants and organizers.<
Carlo Demand in Motion and Color
Author Gary Doyle$15.00
The first definitive biography of the renowned and prolific commercial artist Carlo Demand.
Distant Thunder: When Midgets Were Mighty
Author Dick Wallen$40.00
A thorough history of the birth and flowering of the California midget car racing craze.
Fabulous Fifties: American Championship Racing
Author Dick Wallen$65.00
Chronicles of the formative years of America’s post-war National Championship, when very br
Frank Lockhart: American Speed King
Author James O'Keefe, Sarah Morgan-Wu$40.00
A careful historical effort to set the story straight on Frank’s life and brilliant career.
Gilles Villeneuve: His Untold Life from Berthierville to Zolder
Author Károly Méhes$40.00
44 Interviews with fellow drivers, teammates, Formula 1 journalists and photographers, effectivel
Hard Driving Men: Images of Speed 1895-1960
Author Dick Wallen$60.00
Original artwork, sensational full page photographs and detailed captions of American racing.
Hard Luck Lloyd: The Complete Story of Slow-Talking, Fast-Driving Lloyd Ruby
Author John Lingle$30.00
He raced across four decades, capturing over 150 victories, all while staying true to his roots.<