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10 Books Every Racer Should Read

Every expert at the top of their field has one thing in common鈥攖hey鈥檙e reading. So, put this unexpected downtime to good use, grab a book on motorsports, and start building your competitive edge. Robert E. Petersen, Zora Arkus-Duntov, and Wally Parks [shown] were all voracious readers.
23 Mar 2020
David Kennedy
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Rober E. Petersen, Zora Arkus Dontov, and Wally Parks all read car books

A competition on any level, is a competition on every level. Beating the team in the other lane means mastering everything they know鈥攁nd leveraging something they don鈥檛. But if traditional drag racing expertise gets passed around at tracks and shops like secret knowledge, how do you get ahead if you鈥檙e not part of the team? How do you learn things that others haven鈥檛? Where do you go, and who do you ask?

Especially while you鈥檙e practicing social distancing?

Many of the greatest technical minds that have ever worked in motorsports have contemplated the acceleration, aerodynamic, and thermal challenges of drag racing. While too few of them have authored books, we polled past and present drag racing writers to ask what technical and historical books they had on their shelves. We came up with a list of the 10 must-read books for every drag racer. We鈥檝e also included a few technical resources we think you should add to your library.

The Chrisman family has mastered everything with an engine. If you鈥檙e looking for inspiration, quality build techniques, motivation for your work ethic, or a lesson in motorsports history鈥攖his book is for you.

From the mind of 澳门六合彩直播最快开奖 National Dragster鈥檚 first technical editor, this book offers fundamentals every car builder should consider. From setting up your first car for drag racing to how and why certain techniques work better than others.

From one of the greatest innovators in drag racing comes the personal story of Don Garlits and his ground-breaking Swamp Rats dragsters.听

Hawley鈥檚 philosophy of driving a drag car is practiced by many of the 澳门六合彩直播最快开奖鈥檚 greatest drivers. Now you can learn first-hand how to go faster and be more successful in any car.听

Published by the founder of the 澳门六合彩直播最快开奖, Wally Parks connects the dots from the days of dry lakes racing, through the ugliness of illegal street racing, and on to the sustainable pursuit of sanctioned drag racing in his clear and crafted style.

The story of how Top Fuel drag racing became a legendary motorsport in the 鈥50s and 鈥60s, written by one of the racers who reported on it and lived it.

A look at the entrepreneurial, the technological, and the personal motivations that have made drag racing a proving ground for all aspects of motorsports.听

澳门六合彩直播最快开奖 Rulebook, National Hot Rod Association, (2020)

More than 70 years of drag racing and motorsports experience curated into 364 pages, the 2020 澳门六合彩直播最快开奖 Rulebook is a must have for all racers. It鈥檚 now viewable online for FREE.

A frank look at the procedures and practices every crew chief and car builder will benefit from鈥攚ritten by the team manager of Carroll Shelby鈥檚 Le Mans winning Ford GT40 program. Also check out are Smith鈥檚 other books; Tune to Win (1978), Engineer to Win (1985), Nuts, Bolts, Fasteners, and Plumbing Handbook (1990), and Drive to Win (1996)

Where it all began, with a forward by Wally Parks. This book is for those interested in the first principles of drag racing鈥攁s taught by the men and women of the Southern-California dry lakes.听

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