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The Racetracks Book: A Journey Around the Tracks Where Stock Cars Roar (paperback): An intimate look at the speedways adored and respected by race fans NASCAR fans can travel to every track around the nation without leaving their chair! From Talladega to Sears Point, from the Indianapolis Motor Speedway to Daytona, The Racetracks Book captures the essence of these beloved speedways where history has been made, and it conveys what it's like to experience racing there. Daytona, Darlington, Dover, and the newest tracks in Chicago and Kansas City--all these and more are waiting to be discovered by race fans across the country. Hundreds of color photographs bring out the history of these tracks and the races raced there. Panoramic images cover each track, and the spots where history was made is pointed out in detail: the spot where Jeff Gordon won the very first NASCAR race at the hallowed ground of racing, Indianapolis; the Turn 4 wall where Dale Earnhardt tragically crashed and died at Daytona; picturesque Turn 6 at Watkins Glen, where dozens of races have been won, and lost, on passes; the site of the International Motorsports Hall of Fame and Museum, adjacent to the Talladega Superspeedway. Insiders' Guide to the NASCAR Tracks: The Unofficial, Opinionated, Fan's Guide to Where to Stay, Eat, and Enjoy the Cirucit (paperback): An entertaining and practical tour guide for NASCAR fans provides detailed profiles of each track, along with helpful tips on where to stay and eat, the best places to sit, nearby camping facilities, available bargains, historical anecdotes about each track, and special insider tips from various drivers on what to watch for. Original. The NASCAR Way: the Business That Drives the Sport (paperback): "From its origins in Daytona in the '50s to today's live network broadcasts for millions of devoted fans, Robert Hagstrom offers an in-depth look at the fastest-growing sport in the country. The NASCAR Way explains how and why dozens of Fortune 500 companies have been lining up to jump on board." --Michael T. Hargrave, Senior Motorsports Manager, Anheuser-Busch, Inc.

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Publisher: Midlife Classic Cars

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Language: English

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