Flat Track by Loukas Mexis
About Coming of Age, Love and Above All, Racing

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'On the turns, where you defy physics and velocity beats mass, that’s where winners are made’

Flat track is the essence of motorcycle racing, and the Indy Mile is the place where legends are born and worshipped.

It is the blinding lights that heat up the whole field, turning the atmosphere around the track into a sauna and making skin sweat beneath the leather overalls. It is the thousands of people cheering twenty-five hellishly-fast machines fighting for the number-one plate.

Gunner Adams is still far from all that. He is only twenty-three years old and has just recovered from an accident that cost him his left ankle. His uncle Jim stood by him as he had ever since Gunner’s mother died.

In order to race again, he will have to travel through America alongside Joya, a feisty dark-haired girl, discover the unknown past about his father and learn that when you are on the track you don’t ride for anyone else. Gunner Adams will have to ride for himself.

‘You have the best conversations in life with yourself under these lights, while drifting your way through the competition.’
 

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Published May 15, 2013 by Vivid Publishing. 162 pages
Genres: Action & Adventure, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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