In many respects, Indy Car racing peaked in the early 1990s. At the height of the CART era, PacWest Racing entered the competition and soon challenged the established front runners like Penske and Newman/Haas.
But a combination of misplaced loyalty, industry politics and a failing economy sidelined the team before it could really make its mark.
Racing writer John Oreovicz was a PacWest team member. He documents the organization’s rapid rise and fall with anecdotes from many key figures, including owner Bruce McCaw.
Soft bound, 344 pages, 360 Color and B&W photos.