Books focused on the life of an extraordinary individual in the world of automotive racing.
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As a matter of fact, I am Parnelli Jones
The stuff of American motorsports legend, Parnelli tells the story of his incredible racing life.
Carlo Demand in Motion and Color
The first definitive biography of the renowned and prolific commercial artist Carlo Demand.
Damn Few Died in Bed
The remarkable story of Andy Dunlop, a master mechanic and crew chief.
Frank Lockhart: American Speed King
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
44 Interviews with fellow drivers, teammates, Formula 1 journalists and photographers, effectivel
Hard Luck Lloyd: The Complete Story of Slow-Talking, Fast-Driving Lloyd Ruby
He raced across four decades, capturing over 150 victories, all while staying true to his roots.<
Jim McGee: Crew Chief of Champions
Told largely in McGee’s own words, the story of one of the most successful crew chiefs in I
King of the Boards
An excellent analysis of Jimmy Murphy’s life, accomplishments and racing in the 1920s.
Lartigue et les autos de course
Lartigue’s passion for racing cars brought to life with 150 images and diary extracts.
Leader Card Racers: A Dynasty of Speed
The remarkable story of one family’s four-generation passion for auto racing.
Miller’s Time: A Lifetime at Speed
A tale of manhood, character and humanitarianism at the very highest level.
Penske’s Maestro: Karl Kainhofer and the History of Penske Racing
Temporarily out of stock — More available early March 2017!
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