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Book Review: "Ford GT"

“Ford GT” captures the story of the famed endurance racer, offering the kind of deep dive that isn’t possible via other forms of media–like a Hollywood blockbuster, for example.

Book Review: “CRASH! From Senna to Earnhardt–How the HANS Device Helped Save Racing”

During preseason testing for the 2001 NASCAR season, Hubbard was in Daytona working with a few drivers. Dale Earnhardt had zero interest in the HANS Device. He died just a few weeks later due to a basal skull fracture. Immediately the HANS Device became front-page news. “CRASH!” details the HANS Device’s history, from impetus to now-ubiquitous piece of motorsports equipment.

Book Review: Faster | How a Jewish Driver, an American Heiress, and a Legendary Car Beat Hitler's Best

So many of Germany’s automotive greats were aligned with Hitler, but one small band of interlopers kept Germany from winning all the marbles.

Book Review: Nissan Z | 50 Years of Exhilarating Performance

More than half a century ago, the Datsun 240Z changed everything. Suddenly the world had a modern sports car that sold for less than the status quo.

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Features: Book Review: Mini 60 Years

The humble Mini changed the worldwide automotive industry, and six decades after its introduction Giles Chapman takes a detailed look back.

Product Reviews: Book Review: F1 Mavericks

It’s a book you can pick up, read for a few pages, and come away feeling satisfied. The focus feels both narrow and wide, yet the thread of innovation ties everything together.

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