Nascar Legends by Robert Edelstein
Memorable Men, Moments, and Machines in Racing History

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NASCAR Legends traces the story of stock car racing through the courageous, record-breaking drivers who made it the Number One spectator sport in America. NASCAR's 60-year history is rich with varied lore about heroic racers, incredible races, and love of family. There are profiles of true NASCAR stars: Bill France; Bobby and Davey Allison; Dale Earnhardt and Dale Earnhardt, Jr.; Tony Stewart; Richard, Kyle, and Adam Petty, among other legends of the speedway. TV Guide motorsports reporter Edelstein's painstaking journalistic work, combined with his encyclopedic knowledge and love of the sport, make NASCAR Legends an essential book for anyone drawn to the roaring magic of the track.


 

About Robert Edelstein

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ROBERT EDELSTEIN is the exclusive motor sports writer for TV Guide, where his stories are read by more NASCAR fans than any other writer in the country. He also contributes to Stuff, Blender, and A&E Biography, among other publications and is frequently featured on television and on the radio as an expert on motor sports. He lives in Caldwell, New Jersey.
 
Published February 28, 2012 by Overlook. 307 pages
Genres: Sports & Outdoors, Professional & Technical, Biographies & Memoirs. Non-fiction

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