Can-Am

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MotorBooks International, Apr 1, 2004 - Sports & Recreation - 268 pages
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Unrestricted cars, outrageous designs, monster engines, and very high speeds were all hallmarks of the Can-Am sports car series races. Professional teams the likes of Chaparral, McLaren and Shadow, and top drivers Andretti, Foyt, Jones, Hulme and Surtees provided Can-Am racing the attention it deserved. This well-written, pictorial history recounts the series' story through the races, designs, engineering, personalities, and cars from 1966-74. "The definitive work on the best race series that ever was..." AutoWeek. Winner of the 1996 Moto Award Bronze Medallion.
  

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About the author (2004)

To date Pete Lyons is the author of six books. His work has been honored with the Dean Batchelor Award of the Motor Press Guild, an Award for Journalism given by the Road Racing Driver's Club, and the International Motor Press Association's Ken Purdy Award.

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