Author(s): H.A. Branham
Get the inside track on America's most famous racing families in "The NASCAR Family Album". More than 150 historic photos and 26 plastic-encased NASCAR collectibles bring the roar of engines and the smell of burning rubber into the living room. Race-car fans will thrill over reproductions of Tim Flock's 1953 handwritten account of having a monkey as a copilot; an original conceptual drawing presented to Bill France for the Daytona Speedway entrance; and Rusty Wallace's handwritten application for Rookie-of-the-Year eligibility in 1982. With a foreword by Brian France, "The NASCAR Family Album" offers an unforgettable interactive racing experience from the families who helped make NASCAR one of the most popular and exciting spectator sports in America.