The history of stock car racing is filled with famous names like Allison, Waltrip, Yarborough, Petty, Earnhardt, and Gordon. Every Sunday during the NASCAR racing season, hundreds of thousands of racing fans pack a racing oval and cheer as their favorite car thunders around the track. Each track has its own personality, and a driver's knowledge of a track's nuances can mean the difference between victory and defeat. In this new book, we celebrate the history and lore of the tracks that serve as center stage for America's fastest growing sport, stock car racing. Each track currently in use on the NASCAR circuit, as well as some of the tracks no longer in use, are featured. Stories about the best races, the drivers' memories, unique construction designs, fan-friendly features and much more will be covered. Designed in a coffee-table, picture book format, this is a must-read for fans of stock car racing.(Donald Miratle/Getty images) Below: jimmy Spencer pits his #41 Ganassi Racing Target Dodge Intrepid R/T during the Aarona#39;s 4$g, part of the Nascar Winston Cup Series, April 21, 2002. (Donald Miralle/Getty ... A strong engine and slick fSL. bodies are the aquot;musts** on V the circuita#39;s biggest ^t track. a#39;alt;*. On The Record:anbsp;...
|Title||:||The History of America's Greatest Stock Car Tracks|
|Publisher||:||Sports Publishing LLC - 2002-10-01|