Making it Faster, a book you might want to read



One of the reviews says:
One of the most densely-packed, frenetically-paced books of technical tidbits, first-person stories, rumors, theories, scenes, secrets, scenarios, dreams, drama, and odd-ball racing vignettes ever. ... The dual authors of this hefty volume are just unrelenting in piling on layer after layer after layer of information about the people and the pieces of the world automobile (and motorcycle) racing. Technical history on the half-shell, this book jumps "on the cam" from page one and rides the rev-limiter until the very last page. --Car Culture Ground Zero, lacar.com

Another from Autoweek magazine says:
If you like racing (almost any racing from the 1950s on), you will find this book endlessly fascinating. It's a compilation of race-car engineering insights from the great drivers who had to go out on the tracks to see if the cars worked. Almost everyone of note shows up in "Making it Faster," describing the innovations that were good, bad or horrible, all in their own words, as introduced by authors Dan Binks and Norm DeWitt. ...

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Making it Faster, a book you might want to read
Making it Faster, a book you might want to read
Reviewed by pada mama
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Rating : 4.5