Anatomy of Speed: Inside the World of Top Racingcars
This fascinating book gives the reader a look at how the world's fastest racing cars are designed, developed, and how they work. Cutaways of dozens of great cars. Well written and highly informative. Full color.
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RACE CAR BASICS
SUSPENSION AND CHASSIS
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