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"Then Junior Said to Jeff. . ."
"Then Junior Said to Jeff. . ." (8 Formats) ›
By Karen Poole, By Jim McLaurin
Trade Paper Price 14.95

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ISBN 9781600787676

Published Sep 2012

Written for every NASCAR fan, this account goes behind the scenes to peek into the private world of the drivers, promoters, and decision makers—all while eavesdropping on their personal conversations. From high-speed thrills to colorful characters, the book includes stories from Dale Earnhardt Sr. and Enoch Staley, among others, allowing readers to relive highlights, celebrations, and other memorable moments.
100 Things NASCAR Fans Should Know & Do Before They Die
100 Things NASCAR Fans Should Know & Do Before They Die (4 Formats) ›
By Mike Hembree
Trade Paper Price 14.95

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ISBN 9781600786709

Published Jan 2012

Detailing 65 years of NASCAR history, this lively book explores the personalities, events, and facts every stock car racing fan should know. Important nicknames, dates, and acheivements round out this fan handbook. This guide to all things NASCAR also includes a list of must-do NASCAR-related activities, such as making a pilgrimage to the birthplace of Dale Earnhardt, exploring the hidden gems of major racing venues, and visiting lesser-known museums devoted to the sport.
Bill France Jr.
Bill France Jr. (4 Formats) ›
By H. A. Branham, Foreword by Tom Brokaw
Cloth Price 24.95

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ISBN 9781600783401

Published Mar 2010

Former NASCAR president, chairman, and CEO William Clifton France—known to most people at Bill France Jr.—is remembered and revered as the man who followed his visionary father at the helm of NASCAR, in the process becoming a visionary himself as he guided NASCAR to unprecedented levels of popularity. The biography covers Bill Jr.'s role in NASCAR's formative years; his assumption of the NASCAR presidency, replacing his father; the sports' explosion under his leadership; his courageous battle with cancer throughout the last decade of his life; and his final role, as NASCAR vice chairman and main advisor to NASCAR's third generation leader, his son, Chairman and CEO Brian France.
The Blount Report
The Blount Report (4 Formats) ›
By Terry Blount, Foreword by Allen Bestwick
Cloth Price 24.95

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ISBN 9781600780899

Published Feb 2009

While fans continue to debate the relative merits of their favorite drivers, ESPN.com's premier motor sports writer Terry Blount now brings some needed clarity and perspective to America's biggest spectator sport, rating drivers, teams, cars, and tracks, and while bluntly letting readers know which are overrated and which are underrated in a new book that's bound to further the debate and stir up more controversy. Did the reputation match the results? Was the performance better than the perception? and how much of a factor was the car? are all questions asked and discussed in this investigation. Along with rating drivers, The Blount Report also rates a vast array of the NASCAR world from speedways to races and rules to records.
"Then Tony Said to Junior. . ."
"Then Tony Said to Junior. . ." (4 Formats) ›
By Mike Hembree, Foreword by Carl Edwards
PDF Price 11.99

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ISBN 9781623681890

Published Feb 2009

Written for every NASCAR fan, this account goes behind the scenes to peek into the private world of the drivers, promoters, and decision makers—all while eavesdropping on their personal conversations. From high-speed thrills to colorful characters, the book includes stories from Bobby Allison, Donnie Allison, Dale Earnhardt Jr., Jeff Gordon, and Buz McKim, among others, allowing readers to relive highlights, celebrations, and other memorable moments.
Portraits of NASCAR
Portraits of NASCAR (2 Formats) ›
By Anita Rich, By Robin Dallenbach
Cloth Price 27.95

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ISBN 9781600780813

Published Feb 2008

Giving NASCAR fans the opportunity to catch a rare glimpse inside the personal lives of their favorite drivers and owners, these stunning black-and-white photographs capture the homes, lives, families, and hobbies of NASCAR heroes away from the track. The book includes photos of Tony Stewart displaying his need for speed in his free time while on his motorcycle, Richard Childress exhibiting his other pleasure in life—Childress Vineyards, Michael Waltrip providing coaching tips to his daughter about her golf game, Dale Earnhardt Jr. shooting a ball into the corner pocket during a game of pool, and Rusty Wallace gearing up to fly his plane, among many others. Portraits of NASCAR slows down the pace and provides a firsthand look at how drivers go about their everyday lives and interact with their families on a regular basis as devoted fathers, husbands, and friends. Fans will finally see the drivers in a different setting away from the world that is NASCAR.
They Call Him Cale
They Call Him Cale (4 Formats) ›
By Joe McGinnis, Foreword by Humpy Wheeler
Cloth Price 24.95

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ISBN 9781600780516

Published Feb 2008

The story of Cale's life, told for the first time ever in this authorized biography, is a tale of adventure, perseverance, and, above all, desire. After 43 years as a NASCAR driver and owner, Cale amassed a career record that remains staggering to this day: 560 races, 319 top-10 finishes, 83 victories, three NASCAR championships, and four Daytona 500 victories. Along the way, Cale would find himself rubbing fenders – and sometimes trading punches—with some of the biggest names in racing, including Dale Earnhardt, Richard Petty, Darrell Waltrip, and the Allison Brothers. They Call Him Cale is the incredible true story behind one of the racing world’s biggest stars and fiercest competitors, as well as the tale of a quintessential American.
NASCAR Essential
NASCAR Essential (4 Formats) ›
By Karen Poole, By Jim McLaurin
Cloth Price 19.95

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ISBN 9781572439559

Published Apr 2007

A one-stop record containing everything NASCAR fans want to know about stock car racing, this resource is packed with anecdotes, history, explanations of traditions, statistics, trivia, and photos.
A Week in the Life of NASCAR
A Week in the Life of NASCAR (2 Formats) ›
Foreword by Brian France
Cloth Price 29.95

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ISBN 9781572437944

Published Sep 2005

The backstage NASCAR race-week action is one of the most secretive and fascinating aspects of the racing world, and for the first time ever, fans have full access to every aspect of race week at Talladega and Darlington, even the top-secret post-race inspections, with this exciting book. The very best photojournalists cover Hendrick Motorsports, Haas CNC Racing, and MB2/MBV Motorsports, who allow an unprecedented, behind-the-scenes view of every aspect of racing, from traveling on team planes to the machine shops, the pits, the garages, and more.
Thunder and Glory
Thunder and Glory (2 Formats) ›
Edited by NASCAR Scene, Foreword by Richard Petty
Cloth Price 34.95

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ISBN 9781572436770

Published Sep 2004

Determining the 25 most memorable Winston Cup races of all time was no easy task and Steet & Smith's NASCAR Scene surveyed an expert panel of NASCAR journalists and broadcasters to narrow the field. The responsibility of listing the races 1-25 then fell to the editors of NASCAR Scene.
The Earnhardt Collection
The Earnhardt Collection ›
Edited by NASCAR Scene
Price 12.95

Trade Paper

ISBN 9781572438279

Published Apr 2004

This book is the most comprehensive review of one of the greatest drivers in NASCAR history, complete with a recap story on every single victory in Dale Earnhardt’s career and replete with hundreds of four-color photos throughout.
Legends of NASCAR
Legends of NASCAR ›
By The Charlotte Observer
Price 17.95

Cloth

ISBN 9781572435575

Published Apr 2003

Examining in great detail six veterans of the sport who have helped bring closed-wheel racing into the homes of millions of fans nationwide, this book features detailed personal profiles and biographies and full-color photos of legendary drivers Bill Elliott, Dale Jarrett, Terry Labonte, Mark Martin, Ricky Rudd, and Rusty Wallace. These older drivers have proven that they still have what takes to lead the sport. They may be older, but that doesn't mean they're any less aggressive or desiring of the checkered flag.
Young Guns
Young Guns ›
By Woody Cain, By Jason Mitchell, By Karen Poole, Compiled by The Charlotte Observer
Price 17.95

Cloth

ISBN 9781572435223

Published Oct 2002

The young stars of the NASCAR Winston Cup Series have never been brighter, and their exciting stories from racing culture, both on and off the track, are collected here in this entertaining book that both profiles and celebrates the next generation of stock car competition. Fans and experts alike once thought that drivers needed several years to get the experience and track time necessary to compete at the Winston Cup level, but these eight young drivers have bucked that trend and are winning on a regular basis. Information in included on Jeff Gordon—one of the first standout rookies—and Jimmie Johnson, Kurt Busch, Ryan Newman, Tony Stewart, Matt Kenseth, Kevin Harvick, and, of course, Dale Earnhardt, Jr.
Dale Earnhardt Jr.
Dale Earnhardt Jr. (3 Formats) ›
By Karen Poole
Trade Paper Price 7.99

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ISBN 9781572435254

Published Apr 2002

Carrying the full weight of a racing family name after the death of his father during the 2011 Daytona 500, Dale Earnhardt Jr. has been living under the burdensome demands of fame. The story of his career so far, with elements of his family’s history and the sport itself, is detailed in this book on one of NASCAR’s most famous drivers. The challenges that Junior has faced, and his own success while living up to the Earnhardt name, make this an insightful chronicle of the sport's bright young star that will appeal to any fan of racing.
Dale Earnhardt: A Legend for the Ages
Dale Earnhardt: A Legend for the Ages (2 Formats) ›
By Bob Moore
Trade Paper Price 7.99

Trade Paper, PDF

ISBN 9781572435261

Published Apr 2002

Revered by NASCAR fans as one of the all-time greatest drivers of the premier stock car series, this profile on the late Dale Earnhardt shares more about his career than how many times he made it to the winner’s circle. Interesting insights into the history of the talented driver include his near-split with Richard Childress Racing just before the introduction of his iconic racecar, the race he called his “breakthrough” victory, and the full story of the only race against his father Ralph—and how a fellow competitor was not pleased with either of them after the last lap.