RIVERSIDE INTERNATIONAL RACEWAY a Photographic Tour of the Historic Track, Its Legendary Races, and Unforgettable Drivers
Pete Lyons' Long Awaited book is here!
SATURDAY MARCH 7
10:00AM - 2:00 PM
RIR. Riverside International Raceway. Remind any race fan of times spent there and history witnessed, of how the track died, of what was lost, ... Read More
GRAND PRIX THE KILLER YEARS - The Orginal Transcripts - Extended Interviews from the BBC Film
The seminal film 'Grand Prix the Killer Years', a shocking insight into when Grand Prix was out of control, has been released as a book.
John Matthews, the co-director and producer of the original ... Read More
PADDOCK TO PODIUM The Mechanic's View
Next time you drive in wet weather, spare a thought to how your car copes with water on the road. Give the credit to motor racing, and a large helping of it to British ... Read More
1970/1971 Eighty Four Hours of Endurance
In 1969, two of the most famous sports car manufacturers in the world, one German and one Italian, built what even today are considered the epitome of what a race car ... Read More
THE FAST TIMES OF ALBERT CHAMPION - From Record-Setting Racer to Dashing Tycoon, An Untold Story of Speed, Success, and Betrayal
RACER. INNOVATOR. CELEBRITY. MOGUL. CHAMPION.
This is the first biography of the short but exciting life of Albert Champion-record-setting bicyclist and motorcyclist, daredevil racecar driver, early automobile innovator, charismatic ladies' man, and celebrity ... Read More
JIM CLARK - RACING HERO
Though it is fifty years since he gained his two Formula 1 World Championship titles, the interest in Jim Clark has not waned. The Scotsman is still regarded as one of the best Grand ... Read More
JACKY ICKX MISTER LE MANS, AND MUCH MORE
Very few drivers have competed in sports car racing, Formula One and rally-raids and even fewer have been successful in all three. In a motor sport career spanning some forty years, Jacky Ickx has ... Read More
Racers Faces Photographs by Pete Biro
A collection of photographs taken by Pete Biro over nearly 50 years of race drivers from sports cars, Formula One, Indianapolis, NASCAR and more, Drivers from Dan Gurney, Jim Clark, A.J. Foyt, Mario Andretti, ... Read More
THE ART OF VON DUTCH IS BACK!
The Art of Von Dutch, the mother of all Kustom Kulture books, is finally back in print and available for purchase!
Our massive, 420-page, 5-color, coffee-table-bustin', comprehensive catalog of the multi-faceted artist Kenneth ... Read More
HIDDEN GLORY THE STORY OF THE CROSSLÉ CAR COMPANY
The story of the world's longest surviving customer racing car manufacturer.
The story of the Crosslé Car Company has in many ways been one of the best-kept secrets in the motor racing world. ... Read More
THE AMERICAN LEGACY IN FORMULA 1
Formula 1's heritage in the United States is significant and the future bodes well for future races. Through this book, enthusiasts are offered a valuable look into the history of American drivers in Formula ... Read More
FEARLESS looks back at American open cockpit racing during the 35 years following World War II. The book features Indianapolis 500 racing along with the annual title chase over the Championship Trail. Sprint car ... Read More
THE MIGHTY MG MAGNETTES OF '33
The Mighty MG Magnettes of 33
The Cars, The Drivers, The Mystery
Written by accomplished motoring historian Graeme Cocks, with an introduction by highly-regarded MG historian Mike Allison, this book tells for the ... Read More
Long Straights and Hairpin Turns
UPDATED SECOND EDITION
Relive those exciting days when many of the world's greatest drivers competed on such Northwest road racing circuits as Shelton Airport, Pacific International Raceway, Vanport and Westwood. Spectators turned out ... Read More
Champion Racing a Little Bit of Magic
Hard work, dedication, empowering the right people, clever strategizing and a total commitment to detail, all exemplify the qualities Dave Maraj gave to Champion Racing, but perhaps there was another ingredient. "A Little Bit ... Read More
MotorBinder Classic Photographs from the Goden Age of Motor Racing
MotorBinder by Roy Spencer offers an intimate peek at motor racing's Golden Age. It is an anthology of photos shot at local tracks, mostly in California, but in Indianapolis, Nassau, and other famous venues ... Read More
At the Creation: Myth, Reality, and the Origin of the Harley-Davidson Motorcycle, 1901-1909
At the Creation by Herbert Wagner brings to life the human side of Harley-Davidson's quest to motorize the bicycle and then to promote it as a powerful, fast, reliable, and thrilling means of personal ... Read More
DIESEL SMOKE OVER ASPHALT RIBBONS
Subtitled "Dreams in the Rearview Mirror," here is a delightful story of trucking and freighting as told by a life-long experienced driver.
Jerry Aaron is a longtime Reno/Sparks resident, trucker, historian, and photographer.
Filled ... Read More
MUSTANG THE FIRST 50 YEARS
In 1964, Ford's new pony car was immediately embraced by the "Mustang" generation - those Baby Boomers who blossomed into a huge buying force - and were looking for a new car that fit ... Read More
GRAND PRIX ZANDVOORT
GRAND PRIX ZANDVOORT is the definitive tribute to the Dutch Grand Prix, a wonderful combination of a remarkable book and a fascinating documentary film about the history of the Formula 1 races held at ... Read More
LE MANS THE OFFICIAL HISTORY 1990-1999
Officially licensed with the ACO, the organisers of the annual Le Mans 24 Hours race, this sumptuous book is the fifth title in a decade-by-decade series that is building up into a multi-volume set ... Read More
Hot Rod Gallery
In Pat Ganahl's Hot Rod Gallery, the acclaimed author gathers the finest images from his extensive collection of photographs shot back in the day to tell the story of the history of hot rodding ... Read More
911 LOVE 50 YEARS OF PORSCHE 911
Published in celebration of the 50th anniversary of the Porsche 911. Since the introduction in 1963 Porsche has set the standard for sports cars. Ferdinand Alexander Porsche's shape of the 911 is still ... Read More
RACING DEMONS - PORSCHE IN THE TARGA FLORIO
Forever hailed as the world's last true road race, the legendary Targa Florio in Sicily was first held in 1906 on a 148 km (92 mile) circuit that twisted and turned though the Madonie ... Read More
AMG 45 The Story The Cars
To want the impossible is typical for AMG. In this respect it comes as no surprise that they set the bar very high once again in Affalterbach when they resolved to create a print ... Read More