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Brick by Brick by Patrick Sullivan - Joie Ray was a pioneering racing driver from Louisville, Ky. who in 1948 was the first African American racer to earn a AAA license. Over the next decade Joie raced with MDTRA, IMCA, AAA, MARC (now ARCA), and USAC. Patrick Sullivan brilliantly captures the rough-and-tumble era in which Joie made history. As he tells Joie’s story, with plenty of comments and stories from the man himself, Sullivan introduces us to the many characters and players who were prominent in the day. Forward by Dave Argabright. Softcover, 5-3/8” x 8-3/8”, 208 pages. Dozens of historic photos throughout the text.

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