by Gerald Hodges,Take No Prisoners, On the battlefield, On the race track. Soft cover, 292 pages, 71 black & white pictures. This is a true and fascinating look at the extaordinary personal life from which Gene Tapia lived out a hero's journey first on the battlefields, then to help promote NASCAR stock car racing, and to modified racing on short tracks. His biggest field of combat was against pesonal demons of guilt raging inside of him over the loss of a baby son, stolen at birth from his wife while he was in Alaska. Later, he battled bureaucrats, and NASCAR drivers to win over 600 races, and be known as "King of the The Supermodifieds".
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