Books focused on the life of an extraordinary individual in the world of automotive racing.
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An American Racer: Bobby Marshman and the Indianapolis 500
Author Michael Argetsinger$75.00
Carlo Demand in Motion and Color
Author Gary Doyle$15.00
The first definitive biography of the renowned and prolific commercial artist Carlo Demand.
Chris Pook & the History of the Long Beach GP
Author Gordon Kirby$80.00
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.
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.<
Jim McGee: Crew Chief of Champions
Author Gordon Kirby$50.00
Told largely in McGee’s own words, the story of one of the most successful crew chiefs in I
King of the Boards
Author Gary Doyle$40.00
An excellent analysis of Jimmy Murphy’s life, accomplishments and racing in the 1920s.
Lartigue et les autos de course$110.00
Lartigue’s passion for racing cars brought to life with 150 images and diary extracts.
Leader Card Racers: A Dynasty of Speed
Author Gordon Eliot White$40.00
The remarkable story of one family’s four-generation passion for auto racing.
Penske’s Maestro: Karl Kainhofer and the History of Penske Racing
Author Gordon Kirby$90.00
In researching and writing ‘Penske’s Maestro’ veteran American racing writer and award-winn
Pole Position Rex Mays American Racing Driver 1931–49
Ralph DePalma: Gentleman Champion
Author Gary Doyle$20.00
A comprehensive and exhaustively researched biography chronicling Ralph’s great career.