The Golden Age of the American Racing Car
Covering the period from the 1910s to the 1930's, recounts the historical development of race car technology, race courses, designers, builders, drivers, and events. First published in 1966 and here customized with subsequent research and a 16-page color photograph section showing recreations of cla
What people are saying - Write a review
Other editions - View all
Mercedes and Auto Racing in the Belle Epoque, 1895-1915
No preview available - 2005
The Miller/Offenhauser Recommended Books Page
... ISBN 0-87938-883-8; Offy-America's Greatest Racing Engine - Ken Walton, Roadster Works LLC; The Golden Age of the American Racing Car, 2nd ed. ...
Harry Miller (auto racing) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
... Warrendale, 2000); Griffith Borgeson, The Golden Age of the American Racing Car (Bonanza, New York, 1966; second edition SAE, Warrendale, 1998) ...
en.wikipedia.org/ wiki/ Harry_Arminius_Miller
DCHS: Harry Miller --- Automotive Genius
The Golden Age of the American Racing Car by Griffith Borgeson. The Miller Dynasty by Mark L. Dees. Miller by Griffith Borgeson ...
discover-net.net/ ~dchs/ history/ exmiller.html
Subject Automobiles, Racing -- History 1141626 The golden age of ...
Subject Automobiles, Racing -- History 1141626 The golden age of the American racing car / by Griffith Borgeson The golden age of the American racing car ...
www.aadl.org/ rest/ search/ subject/ Automobiles,+Racing+--+History/
Historical Book Guide
Online: store.sae.org. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org. Phone:1-877-606-7323 (us & Canada). or 1-724-776-4970. Note: prices subject to change. ...
store.sae.org/ catalog/ historicalguide.pdf
Art and the French Grand Prix, 1921
Art and the French Grand Prix, 1921. By Gary D. Doyle. Few races in the history of motor sport have attracted as much interest from ...
www.king-of-the-boards.com/ articles/ frenchgp1921.pdf