Four brothers, four race car drivers. Rick, Randy, Ron and Robbie Standridge tore up Midwestern race tracks from the 1970s to the present in sprint cars, late models and open-wheel modifieds. The drama on the track was rivaled by what happened off- the discovery of a "bonus" sister, the tragic deaths of several friends, and the closing of a race track that had been their second home.
Reading like a comfortable-and very humorous-bench-racing session around a campfire, this memoir is told through the eyes of their own award-winning family writer. It has something for every fan of late 20th century short-tack racing.
Paperback with black and white and color photos. 226 pages
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