Indy car racing enjoyed a golden era in the 1990's, with sleek, high-tech cars, a compelling mix of ovals, road courses and street circuits, and a fild stacked with internatinoal superstars. PacWest Racing joined the CART series in 1993 and was quickly recognized as a serious competitor. Over the next eight years, the team experienced all the highs and lows that auto racing can generate. In Time Flies, team member John Oreovicz tells the PacWest story from an insider's perspective---how races were won, how sp;nsors were lost, and how difficult it was for any team to survivie Indy car racing's notorious "split".
Written by John Oreovicz
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