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more popular, and these are the cars running in those events. Steve Reyes is a world-renowned NHRAphotographer. Quarter-Mile Chaos looks at the treacherous side of drag racing's golden age. Almost 200 rare and stunning photographs from the late 1960s and early to mid 1970s capture terrifying fires, explosions, and crashes, all by-products of the quest to go faster. Quarter-Mile Chaos is full of up close and personal documentation of the perilous task of reaching the 1,320-foot mark first. Armed with just a couple cameras and some film, veteran drag racing photographer Steve Reyes shot some of the most dramatic and eye-catching pictures of these quartermile warriors. Reyes roamed the nation?s hazardous strips insearch of the perfect action photo. The result is some of the most breathtaking drag racing imagery ever recorded depicting out-of-control demolition and devastation during drag racing?s most entertaining About the Author A native of Northern California, Steve Reyes has been a dedicated drag-racing fan since witnessing his first organized drag race at Freemont Drag Strip at the age of 15. He began taking pictures, and soon thereafter his photos began appearing in publications such as Drag News, National Dragster, Drag Digest, Drag World, Drag Racing Magazine, Drag Racing Almanac, and more. Before long, Steve found himslef regularly covering major NHRA, AHRA, and IHRA races up and down the West Coast. His work has adorned the pages of virtually every major hot-rodding publication at one time or another Hot Rod, Popular Hot Rodding, Car Craft, Rod & Custom, and many more.
Condition: This is a NEW BOOK
Author: Steve Reyes
Illustrations: Approximately 20 color & 180 b/w photos