Original Price: $49.95
LIONHEART: Remembering Dan Wheldon
by Andy Hallbery and Jeff Olson
high-quality new book paying tribute to the still greatly missed Dan
Wheldon by those who knew him. Written and produced by Andy Hallbery
and Jeff Olson, "Lionheart " is visually stunning 216-page book
chronicling Dan's remarkable story, as told by the people who knew
him best: his family, friends, teammates, crew members and fellow
Covering his career from karting all the way to
being two-time Indianapolis 500 winner and IndyCar Series champion,
the book is full of stories and memories, some funny, some touching
but all truly captivating. Featuring contributions from legendary
names within the IndyCar Series and beyond, including lifelong
friend and teammate Dario Franchitti, Formula One champion and
childhood karting rival Jenson Button, NASCAR drivers Dale Earnhardt
Jr. and Jimmie Johnson, and many more from across the motorsports
Proudly carrying on Dan's legacy, this coffee-table
book is fully supported by his family. A portion of the proceeds
goes to benefit two charities close the British driver's heart – the
Dan Wheldon Foundation, created to continue the wide-reaching
charitable work that Wheldon started, and the Alzheimer's
Association. Dan's wife Susie Wheldon said of the project, "I want
to say a huge 'thank you' to everybody involved for their dedication
to creating this book, and to everyone who contributed, too. The
response has been truly incredible. It shows just how many people's
lives Dan touched, and is a wonderful legacy for our two boys,
Sebastian and Oliver."
The book promises to be a “must-have”
for any race fan.
Hard cover, 216 pages, color and B&W
Position – Rex Mays:
The Life of
America’s Most Popular Race Driver and a Long Look Back at American
Auto Racing and Life circa 1931-1949
by Bob Schilling
ten years in the making, this massive book is the thoroughly
researched biography of “arguably the greatest driver of his
generation,” although victory in the Indianapolis 500 eluded him.
Its focus is the two decades of American auto racing and life from
the Great Depression, through World War II and into the Cold War.
In that period, Mays went from boy wonder of the speedways
to elder statesman of the sport, winning 2 AAA National
Championships, 5 AAA Sprint Car Championships, and 4 Indianapolis
pole positions among other achievements before his death at Del Mar
Hard cover, 11 1/2 x 8 3/4, 496 pages, 800 B&W
Original Price: $24.95
Drivers and Personalities, Vol. 2
by Gerald Hodges
Gerald Hodges’ views on and experiences with NASCAR greats,
including Bobby Hamilton, Bobby Hamilton Jr., “Preacher” Hamilton,
James Hylton, Ernie Irvan, Lewis “Possum Jones, Fred Lorenzen, Coo
Coo Marlin, Sterling Marlin, Herschel McGriff, Marvin Panch, The
Petty family: Lee Petty, Richard Petty, Kyle Petty, Adam Petty and
Maurice Petty, Marty Robbins, Bruton Smith, Sal Tovella, Joe
Weatherly, Bob Welborn, and Cale Yarborough.
Soft cover, 290 pages, B&W photos.
Original Price: $79.95
McGee: Crew Chief of Champions
Crew Chief of Champions is veteran US racing writer and
award-winning author Gordon Kirby’s latest book, told largely in
McGee's own words. McGee has been one of the most successful crew
chiefs in Indy Car racing history. His cars won 90 races between
1965-2005, including four Indy 500s and nine Indy Car championships.
This book features interviews with all the top drivers and
team owners McGee worked with over his long career, including
championship-winning drivers Mario Andretti (three times), Tom Sneva
(twice), Rick Mears, Emerson Fittipaldi, Bobby Rahal and Nigel
Mansell. This new work also traces McGee's role in the development
of today's big race teams with many employees and fleets of
engineers, in contrast to the three- and four-man teams of the early
It is filled with over 300 images, many never before
published. This is a handsome, hard-bound full-sized book, 288
pages, fully indexed with statistical information charts.
Original Price: $49.95
LLOYD - The Complete Story of Slow-Talking,
Fast-Driving Lloyd Ruby
by John Lingle
remember his ever-present cowboy hat, laid-back nature and slow,
measured speech. Almost everybody remembers his horrible racing luck
at the Indy 500. But Lloyd Ruby’s career shouldn’t be defined by
just one race.
The “Pride of Wichita Falls” raced across
four decades, capturing over 150 victories, all while staying true
to his roots.
Family, friends, and contemporaries like Mario
Andretti, Johnny Rutherford, and the Unser brothers help to paint
the entire portrait of Lloyd’s life.
cover, 232 pp, 275 color and B&W photos.
Original Price: $27.95
DID YOU SEE
Unforgettable Moments in
Midwest Open-Wheel Racing
Joyce Standridge has compiled one of our best titles ever.
Built around 465 terrific photographs from the Horcher Brothers and
others, DID YOU SEE THAT? is a compelling journey through
Sprint Car, Midget, and Silver Crown racing in the Midwest, 1978
through the present.
With all photos annotated with
insightful and informative captions, as well as thoughtful
introductions to each topic, the book captures fully the concurrent
joy, energy, color, and heartache of one of the truest of American
Soft cover, 170 pages.
Original Price: $59.95
I LOVE TO MAKE
DIRT FLY - A Biography of
Carl G. Fisher 1874–1939
The fascinating story of serial entrepreneur
Carl G. Fisher, who with 3 partners developed
the Indianapolis Motor
the Indy 500, as well as creating
Beach, inventing superior car headlights, and other
Hungness spent 16 years researching this
uncommon and ultimately tragic character, who died impoverished and
alcoholic at age 64.
Hard cover, 192 pp., 251 colorized
Back by Popular Demand
RETROSPECTIVE, Vol. 1, Second Edition
last is Volume 1 of Eddie Roche’s classic
Retrospective Pictorial, long out of print and much requested.
But the second edition is greatly enhanced with more track
chapters; updated track records and point champs; major event winner
listings, additional photos and much-improved photo quality. It’s
now a comprehensive directory of 150 past and current Florida tracks
(ovals, road courses, and dragways).
Even if you have the
original, you will want this collectible second edition.
Soft cover, 200 indexed pages, 1500 photos.
Sale Price: $39.95
The Cars of Vel
Miletich and Parnelli Jones
Dilamarter and Ren Wicks, Jr.
the beginning of Parnelli Jones’ humble early racing career, to the
pinnacle of motorsports – back- to-back Indianapolis 500 race wins
and three consecutive United States Auto Club National Championships
– Vel Miletich and Parnelli Jones and their Vel’s Parnelli Jones
(VPJ) Racing team of drivers, engineers, designers, fabricators and
mechanics dominated American
automobile racing in the 1970s.
Kirkland and Auto Effigies were commissioned to photograph and
produce this superb photographic history of the VPJ team, featuring
many of the cars recently acquired by the Indianapolis Motor
cover with dust jacket, 204 pages, 66 black and white and 275
stunning color photographs.
In the Red
death of Dale Earnhardt on the final lap of the 2001 Daytona 500 is
the most prominent moment in NASCAR history, but only a handful of
people know what went on behind the scenes before and after that
Red is an insider's look at the 2001 NASCAR season with his son,
Dale Earnhardt Jr. Earnhardt Jr. began his second season in NASCAR's
Winston Cup Series with swagger and confidence, only to see his
entire life changed drastically. In the Red is the story of how Dale
Jr. persevered, overcoming boundless grief to thrive on and off the
by Earnhardt Jr's publicist, Jade Gurss (who also co-authored Dale
Jr's best-selling book, Driver #8), In the Red puts you inside the
race car as Junior and his No. 8 Budweiser team made an emotional
but triumphant return to Daytona, then scored another momentous
victory in the first race after the September 11 terrorist attacks.
Off the track, follow along
as Junior attends the MTV Music Video Awards, and makes memorable
appearances in the pages of Rolling Stone and Playboy magazines as
well as emotional interviews on the “Today Show” and many more.
Hard cover, 304 pages, no
Time - A Lifetime at Speed
by Don Miller with Jim Donnelly
Net proceeds from the sale of this book have been pledged to support
the prevention of child abuse and neglect in the Carolinas.
It takes brains, character and extreme courage to succeed at the
pinnacle of racing. Don Miller has all three qualities in spades.
Roger Penske entrusted him with starting two NASCAR teams,
developing their talent, getting the sponsors and turning their
drivers into superstars. Rusty Wallace and Ryan Newman both have Don
Miller to thank for much of their early success at the highest
levels of NASCAR. Along the way, Miller was responsible for key
innovations in racing tires, insulating materials to protect
drivers, and aero packages. He can even take credit for inventing
the souvenir trailer of today.
A professional drag racer in his teens and twenties, Miller has
always been the hardest of hardcore racers, on every kind of track.
That passion has never diminished, even though racing brought him to
the very brink of death.
Don Miller has never before told his full story. Miller's Time, the
memoirs of this hot rodder, racing titan, gifted businessman and car
collector who just plain loves people, is one of the most
compelling, rewarding and harrowing racing books that you will ever
be lucky enough to read.
Hard cover with dust jacket,
200 black & white photos, 304 pages.
American Auto Racing Writers & Broadcasters Association (AARWBA)
by Kenny Wallace
with Joyce Standridge
One of auto racing’s most likable personalities,
Kenny Wallace is also a dedicated racer.
fascinating recounting of his roller coaster life
and career, Wallace shares hilarious stories from a
racing-obsessed youth, the pain of losing his best
friend, and remarkable insights from a life
A NASCAR crew chief before he was 21 years old, a
nine-time winner in the Busch Series, and a go-to
driver for Nextel Cup car owners, “Herman” provides
an insider’s view of great drivers such as Dale
Earnhardt, Jeff Gordon, Tony Stewart, Richard Petty
and so many more, including brother Rusty Wallace,
as well as a behind-the-scenes view of
Inside Herman’s World is the
rollicking good-time fans would expect, but it’s
also poignant and perceptive. Another must read for
NASCAR and short track fans alike!
Soft cover, 264
pages, 300 B&W photos.
ED OTTO - NASCAR’s Silent Partner
By Edgar Otto and Joann Biondi
The gripping story of a Yankee who worked alongside Bill France from
1949-1963, helping transform a scrappy group of guys into the most
successful racing organization in the world.
Full of photography and never-before-told
stories – some that will surprise historians. A rollicking ride
through the colorful early days of racing.
Hard Cover, 208 pages, 189 photos.
MODIFIED STOCK CAR RACING OF THE '60S
& '70S: An
Illustrated History Featuring the Drivers, Cars, and Tracks of the
by Steve Kennedy
This is the first illustrated history
of the Northeast's favorite division – the modifieds. The author
covers the region's best-loved drivers and their cars, including
Richie Evans in his “Big Orange” No. 61; Geoff Bodine and his No. 99
Valiant; Jean Guy Chartrand and his Hemi-Cuda; Carl “Bugsy” Stevens
in Sonny Koszela's No. 15 “Woodchopper Special;” Connecticut short
track specialists Dave Alkas in the Roland Cyr Coach No. 54; Tony
Membrino in Walt Kuryn's famous No. 00; New Hampshire's Punky Caron
and his No. 121 Coupe; Don LaJoie and the No. 711; “Dynamite” Ollie
Silva and his radically offset Gremlin; and others!
lesser-known drivers and their machines are covered as well, on the
tracks of Stafford Motor Speedway, Thompson Speedway, Waterford
Speedbowl, Danbury Racearena, Seekonk Speedway, Riverside Park
Speedway, Westboro Speedway, Plainville Stadium, Monadnock Speedway,
Islip Speedway, Trenton Fairgrounds and many other Northeast
speedways including a few of the dirt tracks like Reading
Fairgrounds and the Nazareth Speedway.
An absolute must for
anyone who followed theNortheast’s wheelmen in the glory days.
Soft cover, 128 pages, 350 B&W and color photos.
SACRAMENTO – Dirt Capital of the West
by Tom Motter
Here at last is the long-awaited volume on the history of
Sacramento-area race tracks, including West Capital Speedway, Hughes
Stadium, Lazy J Speedway, Old Sacramento Fairgrounds, Cal-Expo
Fairgrounds, and Sportsman K-9 Park. The book is a photographic
lesson in why “dirt is beautiful,” from a 1913 auto road race to the
Silver Crown 100 in 2000 and covers midgets, sprints, super-modifieds,
dirt Indy cars and Silver Crown cars.
Hard cover with dust jacket, 203 pages, over 175 B&W photos.
Sale Price: $12.95
The Best of Gerald
by Gerald Hodges
Hodges, “The Racing Reporter,” has compiled a delightful selection
of stories, culled from the thousands of articles and stories he has
written since 1993 about racing and its people – and some non-racing
folks who just interested him, like Hank Williams and Franklin D.
Soft cover, 240 pages, B&W photos.
Thunder: When Midgets Were Mighty
Distant Thunder: When Midgets Were Mighty presents a thorough
history of the birth and flowering of the California midget car
racing craze from 1914 to 1950.
Nearly 400 pages long,
it is crammed with over a thousand photographs, original color
paintings and detailed information about the "Doodle-Bug" racers
that captivated Californians and the nation from the late 1930s
through 1950. Many great American champions and Indy 500 winners
such as Sam Hanks, Bill Vukovich, Bob Sweikert and others learned
their track skills in these fast and dangerous little cars.
Hard cover, 395 pages.
by Dick Wallen
with Foreword by Champion Rodger Ward
Fabulous Fifties: American Championship Racing
is packed with hundreds of vintage photos and championship results
and includes a host of great first-hand stories about the era's
prominent drivers, mechanics, builders, promoters, and owners.
With box scores and statistics of all the
National Championship races throughout the 1950s, this fine book
chronicles the formative years of
America's post-war National Championship, when
very brave and very tough young men vied for victory on a host of
dirt ovals and Indianapolis,
with little more than an inexpensive helmet to protect themselves.
Hard cover, 576 pages.
Riverside Raceway: Palace of
by Dick Wallen
memories of the extraordinary demanding
Southern California championship road course that sadly
closed in 1989 to make way for a shopping mall. Dick Wallen covers
everything from the construction of the track in 1957, through late
1950s and early 1960s sports car racing, to NASCAR stock car racing,
National Championship Indy car events and International contests
such as the United Stated Grand Prix and the Los Angeles Times Grand
Legendary drivers like sports car racing's Phil
Hill, Jimmy Clark and Mark Donohue, NASCAR's Junior Johnson, Richard
Petty, and Dale Earnhardt, Indy Car racing's Parnelli Jones, Mario
Andretti, A. J. Foyt and Rick Mears, and off-road racing's Mickey
Thompson, Walker Evans and Roger Mears are all covered in this
wide-ranging volume. Not forgotten are several seasons of drag
races, most of them over a half-mile strip instead of the
Hard cover, 352 pages with over
Hard Driving Men: Images of Speed 1895-1960
by Dick Wallen
Hard Driving Men: Images of Speed 1895-1960
features original artwork and sensational full-page photographs of
American racing from the earliest days before the turn of the 19th
century to the later 1950s, with detailed captions.
With paintings by Peter Helck, Carlo Demand,
Ralph Steele, Joe Henning, Michael Wright and Bob McCoy, plus 240
black and white photos, some very rare and autographed and the
majority never published before, this book also includes a photo
index of over 245 names, including Barney Oldfield, Ralph DePalma,
Tommy Milton, Jimmy Murphy, Wilbur Shaw, Louie Meyer, Troy Ruttman,
Rodger Ward, A.J. Foyt, and many more.
Hard cover, 192 pages.
Roaring Roadsters: The Road to Indy
by Dick Wallen
with Foreword by A.J. Watson
Dick Wallen's acclaimed coffee-table volume
covers the post-World War II years when young hot-rodders hopped up
their street cars to go racing on oval tracks. As it quickly proved,
this very popular California
phenomenon produced wheel-to-wheel action and some of the most
famous drivers in American racing history, including
500 winners Troy Ruttman, Rodger Ward and Parnelli Jones.
With a foreword by master mechanic A. J.
Watson telling the full history of the roadsters, this book features
over 800 black and white photographs, along with colorful artwork,
programs and maps of the famous tracks.
Hard cover, 272
Seventies Championship Revolution
by Dick Wallen
with Foreword by Al Unser
exciting history of the nearly 150 American National Championship
races run during the 1970s, when numerous chassis and engine makers
struggled to find the right combination of power and downforce, as
wings and aerodynamics became the key defining force in top-level
Offering stories of races on ovals, road
courses and street circuits, with over 500 color photos throughout
the 240 pages, this book provides the full history of how American
and foreign ingenuity adapted to the challenges of modern automotive
Hard cover, 240 pages.
TOW MONEY Volume II
The History of the United
America ’s Oldest Sprint Car
Volume 2 of the History of
United Racing Club (URC) from 1978-2006.
Forewords by URC champions Gary Gollub and Glenn Fitzcharles.
pages, hard bound, hundreds of black and white and color photos and
another must-have for the dedicated sprint car fan.
The Rim Riders
by Buzz Rose
The history of the Central States
They were called the world’s fastest racing circuit. Witness the
famous midwestern Hi Banks.
Ted Horn, Joie Chitwood, Tom Hinnershitz, Everett Saylor,
Red Campbell, and Jim Wilburn were all CSRA stars.
Hard cover, 250 pages, 600 photos and articles.
S-951S Supplement Alone
Racers at Rest – the
By Buzz Rose, Joe Heisler,
and Jeff Sharpe
The most significant book ever written on open-wheel oval-track
racing (including midgets, sprints, supermodifieds, roadsters, and
A celebration of life to honor the nearly 1500 who perished while
racing, from 1908 to 2008.
1000 photos and articles, 448 pp, high quality glossy paper, 9”x12”.
Now includes a 64-page supplement with
important new information discovered since 2008 through extensive
Holiday Special: $ 9.95
Tim Richmond, To the Limit - DVD
Natural. Rock star.
Outsider. In the 1980s, race car driver Tim Richmond lived his life
the way he raced cars – wide open. Born into a wealthy family,
Richmond was the antithesis of the Southern blue-collar, dirt-track
racers who dominated NASCAR. He also was a flamboyant showman who
basked in the attention of the media and fans – especially the
attention of female admirers. Nevertheless, it was Richmond's
on-track performances that ended up drawing comparisons to racing
legends. And in 1986, when he won seven NASCAR races and finished
third in the Winston Cup series points race, some believed he was on
the verge of stardom.
But his freewheeling lifestyle soon
caught up to him. He unexpectedly withdrew from the NASCAR racing
circuit, reportedly suffering from double pneumonia. In reality, the
diagnosis was much more dire: He had AIDS. Richmond returned to the
track in 1987, but he was gone from the sport by the next year as
his health deteriorated. He spent his final days as a recluse, dying
on August 13, 1989 at the age of 34. Emmy Award-winning filmmaker
Rory Karpf examines the life and tragic death of one of NASCAR's
Runtime 51 min.
by Lew Boyd
Old Bridge Stadium in New Jersey and Nazareth
Raceway in Pennsylvania were gritty but dramatic
tracks that hosted the finest drivers from all over
the Eastern Seaboard.
Amazing tales of Schneider, Flemke, Tasnady, the
Reutimanns, Kelly, Frazee, Hildreth and many more.
Hundreds of pictures, most never before published.
The latest in our track book series.
Soft cover, 8 1/2" by 11",
220 pages, over 200 photos.
Martin & T.J.’s Race Car Repair
By Sue Kelly Hearn
Hold on tight! It's a racing adventure when Martin & T.J. are the
only ones in the shop who know why the team's race car has stopped
winning races. The pace picks up when these two clever mice take it
upon themselves to repair the car in secret, but to their surprise
they become stowaways on an unexpected trip to the speedway. Young
race fans will be delighted to discover a tool search challenge at
the back of the book.
Hard cover, 9¼” x 9¼”, 32 pages
Original Price: $27.50
by Bob Gates
This is an inspiring but painfully tragic tale of Indy’s greatest
driver and the two generations of his family following him to the
In 320 pages, packed with 260 photos (72 in
color), the book covers this amazing American racing family from Vukie’s early post-war exploits to Bill III’s death in a sprint car
Kurtis-Kraft Midget Genealogy
An Illustrated History
By Bill Montgomery
This “Companion Edition”
is a full volume update of Bill Montgomery’s December
1999 publication, Kurtis-Kraft Midget- A Genealogy of
The companion is hard bound, 167 indexed
pages, and it contains hundreds of remarkably good photographs
of Kurtis-Kraft midgets everywhere they raced. It is
inconceivable that any open wheel enthusiasts would
not enjoy this book.
Hard cover, 8 3/8” x 9
7/16”, 167 pages.
over 200 black and white photos.
Original Price: $15.00
By Ed Watson & Dennis Newlyn
The story of
USAC Midget Champion
Bob Tattersall and the legend he
for thirteen years in Australia.
Bob won 50%
of the races he participated in "Down Under"
and was one of racing's truly colorful characters.
Soft cover, 256 pages,
Price was: $19.95
— The Life and
of Bugs Stevens, three-time NASCAR
National Modified Champion
By Bones Bourcier
everywhere know the legendary name Bugsy Stevens, and
his amazing story has at last been told. Whether tooling
around the tiny bull rings in Texas while in the service,
or driving the famous NASCAR ovals nearer his Massachusetts
home, or competing on the high banks of Daytona International,
Bugsy Stevens did it all with the skill of a seasoned
professional and the merriment of a Saturday night beer
Stevens’ perspective is profound and touching,
as he deals deeply with issues such as racing ethics,
driving styles, track types, and even the deaths of
so many of his buddies. Told to his friend Bones Bourcier,
an internationally acclaimed motorsports journalist.
232 pages, over 150 photos
Modified Racing’s Fastest Professor
Rivals, teammates, friends, and family members
recall one of America’s most influential
short-trackers, a man who won hundreds of features
in modified racing’s glory days.
Contributors include NASCAR Cup winners Pete
Hamilton and Ron Bouchard, legendary team owner
Junie Donlavey, modified icons Gene Bergin and Bob
Judkins, broadcaster/promoter Jack Arute, and many
Bones Bourcier is the author of acclaimed
biographies on Tony Stewart, Richie Evans, and Bugsy
Stevens; Steady Eddie promises to be another
Soft cover, black and white photos,
Regular Price: $20.00
History of America's Speedways,
Past and Present
By Allan Brown
This 850 page, library
quality book lists over 8,000 racing facilities that
have existed since the first automobile. Besides data
on active and defunct tracks from the famous to the
obscure, there is information about various names, track
sizes, surfaces and the years the tracks operated.
are over 700 photos spread out through out the book,
which covers dirt, paved, and wood tracks along with
road courses and drag racing facilities. This is a fabulous
resource for any serious racing enthusiast.
Soft Cover, 850 pages.
Indoors! A History of West Coast
Indoor Midget Racing
by Tom Motter
Tom Motter’s complete history of indoor midget racing on the West
Coast covers racing at the Oakland Exposition Building from
1949-1968, as well as at the San Jose Fairgrounds, the San Francisco
Cow Palace, and the Sonoma County Fairgrounds in Santa Rosa.
In all, 30 years of the loudest, most exciting, close-up and wildly
crashing midget racing the West had ever seen.
Hardcover, 208 pages, over 200 black and white photos.
STARS ARE BORN – Celebrating 25
Years of NASCAR Weekly Racing
by Paul Schaefer
The first book ever on the short
track heroes who became NASCAR
Weekly Series national champions
– stars like Larry Phillips, the
Kosiski brothers, and Ted
Christopher, tracing their
challenges and triumphs on dirt
and asphalt ovals across the
Also includes a chapter listing
the drivers voted by the media
as the All-Time Top 25 drivers
in Weekly Series history,
including Richie Evans, who is
still considered the greatest
asphalt Modified driver in
Stories, photos, and 25-year
Top-10 race records for each
Soft cover, 176 pages, 100+
Price Was: $29.95
A History of Oakland Stadium
By Tom Motter
Tom Mottor has written a captivating book replete with rare photos
that bring Oakland Stadium’s rich history back to life. The
chapters record the Stadium’s events featuring Big Cars, Sprints,
Midgets, Roadsters, and Hardtops.
Soft cover, Smythe-sewn binding, with over 200 black and
Also available in hard cover.
Price Was: $44.95
A History of the Oakland Speedway
By Tom Motter
The book covers
the history of the Oakland Speedway, a one-mile, banked
dirt track built in Oakland California in 1931. The track
was the site of AAA National Championship races (Indy
cars and stars) from 1931 until 1936 when the AAA pulled
out of the West Coast. It was known as the "fastest
dirt track in the Nation".
Chapters cover all races
at the Speedway including Indy Cars, Big Cars, Stock Cars,
Midgets, Roadsters and Motorcycles.
More than 200 beautiful
black and white photos, most in full 8" x 10"
size, many never before published!
By Keith Herbst
Coastal 181 is extremely proud to have worked so closely with Keith
Herbst to publish this title before he died in June 2009. It is a
beautiful hardcover book, painstakingly researched – a treasure
trove of stories, stats and photos for any midget enthusiast.
Keith Herbst chronicles
The Daredevils—a unique breed of Eastern
and Midwestern race car drivers who met
regularly on the common ground of the
Niagara Frontier to test their mettle.
Daredevils is a visual remembrance of
the excitement and the thrills these
drivers provided to record-breaking
crowds of race fans in the turbulent
1940s and 1950s.
Hardcover, est. 250 pages with
over 400 photographs.