Racing Families: A Tribute to Racing's Fastest Dynasties

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Beckett Publications, 2000 - Sports & Recreation - 126 pages
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NASCAR can certainly be considered a family tradition. The more than 50-year-old sport has been forged with strong family ties. And many racing family trees contain branches with three generations of drivers. In words and pictures, this book tells the story of the Pettys, the Allisons, the Jarretts, the Labontes, the Earnhardts and nine other families that are the lifeblood of NASCAR.

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About the author (2000)

Tom Gillispie is a veteran sportswriter who has covered auto racing among other sports, for many years, most recently as a contributing sportswriter for the "Winston-Salem Journal." He has also written for numerous auto-racing publications such as "Auto World Weekly," "Stock Car Racing Magazine," and "Speedway Illustrated." He lives in Kernersville, North Carolina, and was a neighbor of Dale Earnhardt.

Allison is a champion race car driver.

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