Historic Drag Racing Mini-Book Series



Product Description

by Mickey Bryant / Todd Hutcheson

A quick read of one of drag racing’s historic events. 25-30 pages each. Autographed by legends of the sport! More coming…

#1 Turning Point – In-depth analysis of Don Garlits’ explosion on March 8, 1970 that prompted him to build his revolutionary rear-engine dragster.

#2 March to Oblivion – What events lead to the extinction of the front-engine dragster and how they became obsolete and dangerous at the end.

#3 Putting It All Behind – The detailed account of just what Don Garlits did in building his Swamp Rat 14, the first successful rear-engine dragster.

#4 Bad Blood Rising – Detailed analysis of the famous burndown at the start of the Indy Nationals final in 1971 between Don Garlits and Steve Carbone, including what lead up to this intense rivalry.

Additional Information

Weight 0.8 lbs