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The Wildest Ride: A History of NASCAR (or How a Bunch of Good Ol' Boys Built a Billion-Dollar Industry out of Wrecking Cars)
The Wildest Ride A History of NASCAR - or How a Bunch of Good Ol' Boys Built a Billion-Dollar Industry out of Wrecking Cars
Author: Joe Menzer
ISBN-13: 9780743205078
ISBN-10: 0743205073
Publication Date: 7/3/2001
Pages: 336
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Publisher: Simon Schuster
Book Type: Hardcover
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As with most of the books from my mom there is a dedication on the first page.
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This is a good behind the scenes look at how NASCAR has gone from dirt tracks and moonshine running to the billion dollar industry it is today
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This is a terrific book about the history on NASCAR. Many new fans may not realize how this sport was built and all of its history.