The Ghosts of Nascar



This book captures an informative account of the early days of racing in the Midwest; telling about Johnny Beauchamp, Dale Swanson and Tiny Lund. This book puts the controversial finish of the first Daytona 500 under the microscope. This books captures the Harlan, Iowa boys turned to racing cars to have fun. As auto racing became more popular and better organized in the 1950's, Swanson, Lund and Beauchamp battled dozens of rivals and came to dominate the sport in the Midwest. By the later part of the decade, the three ment were ready to take on the competition in the South's growing NASCAR circuit. By John Havick 226 pages, 20 b&w photographs, 1 map

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2756-EA $19.95

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