THUNDER ROAD: A
Photographic Journey of Open Wheel Racing, Carnivals, and the Iconic
Highways they Travel
by Tom Toutz
the Thunder Road with Ricoh and Tom, as they documented the parallel
worlds of open-wheel racing and carnivals.
"Ricoh" is Tom’s
camera: an old version, no fancy computerized stuff, just all manual
settings with black and white film. Black and white tells a stark
and real story that color cannot portray.
collection of Thunder Road photography is a compilation of race
life, carnivals, and an aging network of highways and by-ways that
he traveled through “the last golden era”, the decade of the 1990s.
[Toutz is donating all profits from the sale of this book to
the National Sprint Car Hall of Fame.]
Soft cover, 204 pages.
Auto Racing, I
Gave You the Best Years
of My Life
Award-winning auto-racing columnist
Joyce Standridge has spent nearly 40 years chronicling life as a
racing fan, driver’s wife, car owner and track employee, as well as
Based on hundreds of columns in national
magazines, Joyce takes you on a rollicking ramble to share many
laughs—and a few tears.
Soft cover, 238 pages, 273 B&W
photos from the author’s personal collection.
On Special: $24.95
TOW MONEY Volume II
The History of
the United Racing Club,
America ’s Oldest Sprint Car Organization
by Buzz Rose
Volume 2 of the History
of United Racing Club (URC) from 1978-2006.
Forewords by URC champions Gary Gollub and Glenn Fitzcharles.
208 pages, hard bound, hundreds of black and white and color photos
and another must-have for the dedicated sprint car fan.
PICTORIAL VIEW - The Bear Shops at Indianapolis
by Richard J, Iverson
Dick Iverson has compiled one of the most unique books ever on Indy.
It is based on 250 plus photographs – most not published ever before
– of roadsters and rear engine cars being wheel aligned with the
Bear facilities and equipment at Indianapolis.
The images are fabulous, and the book is full of interesting tidbits
about the Brickyard.
Hard cover, 134 pages.