The Best in Motorsports History
Based on years of original research, Enzo Ferrari is the definitive biography of the legendary Italian auto maker, revealing new information about Ferrari's rise to power and complex personal life.
Originally published in Germany, this extra-large, 400-page book uses hundreds of rare photographs to recreate the unique atmosphere of Sicily's legendary Targa Florio road race during the three decades when it was included as a round in the World Sports Car championship.
The definitive insider's account of the creation, evolution and racing career of Carroll Shelby's classic sports car, told by Shelby engineer Chuck Cantwell and automotive historian Greg Kolasa.
In the long-awaited follow-up to his classic memoir, The Mudge Pond Express, driver, writer, and broadcaster Sam Posey collects the best examples of his automotive journalism for print and television.
Vintage photographs bring back the excitement of the original Trans-Am racing series of the 1960s and 1970s, which pitted top drivers competing in popular sports sedans like the Ford Mustang and Chevrolet Camaro.