Indy's Wildest Decade
Great color from the 1960s document the major changes and events that reshaped Indy racing. The switch from front- to rear-engined cars, which resulted in Jim Clark's 1965 Indy 500 victory rear-engined Lotus, changed the Indy race car forever. Revolutionary designs like Andy Granatelli's turbine cars and the move to custom chassis highlighted the era. The book includes extensive behind-the-scenes coverage in the garages, pits and on the track. Tracks covered in the book include Trenton, Phoenix and Milwaukee as well as the famed Indianapolis.
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