NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series: From Desert Dust to Superspeedways
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NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series: From Desert Dust to Superspeedways is a comprehensive and colorful look behind the minor series. 9, 2006 . Racing fans should enjoy the history and driver profiles. It's a must-read for fans who are new to the series.” &
Expert NASCAR journalist John Close gives you the inside commentary from France, Smith, and drivers, with highlights of some of the series’ most significant races. Licensed by NASCAR. . Begun as the “SuperTruck Series” in 1995, the NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series has accelerated through the decade to become the hottest new racing scene on the NASCAR circuit. Chronicling the truck series’ history from its conception by innovator Jimmy Smith and NASCAR CEO/President Brian France to its current status as the next stop for veteran NASCAR NEXTEL Cup Series drivers—like Bobby Hamilton, Ron Hornaday, Ricky Craven, and Mark Martin—and up-and-coming rookies, NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series: From Desert Dust to Superspeedways details the style and vehicle specs that make truck racing unique and so popular with fans
peggy ann said nice coffee table book. great keepsake of the craftsman truck series racing. nice photos and information. good clear pictures.. jtiry said Inside Story of Nascar Truck Racing. This is a very interesting book about the Nascar Truck Series from an insiders point of view. The author had access to the series and shares stories with the reader that the casual race fan would otherwise never be aware of .The book is written so that you can read a portion of the book , set it down , and pick it up at a later date and keep on reading without having to go back to refresh your memory as to what was happening when you set it down. The book is worth . Excellent photos, quite well-written. Boyd This is a good, solid history of the series through 2006, its origins as a West Coast short-track sport and its evolution into a speedway-oriented series with a national presence. The photography is outstanding, and the writing itself is better than one can usually expect nowadays.