By Bones Bourcier
Were A.J. Foyt, Mario Andretti, and Richard Petty the three best racers in our nations history? Maybe yes, maybe no. But in weaving together their complex tales, and examining the social and media climates of their era, award-winning author Bones Bourcier shows why their names are still synonymous with the sport they carried to new heights. Hard cover, 288 pages, black and white photos.
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