Behind the wall: a season on the NASCAR circuit

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Bonus Books, Inc., Apr 1, 1992 - Sports & Recreation - 278 pages
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A behind-the-scenes portrait of stock car racing follows the Hagan racing team and driver Terry Labonte through the 29-race NASCAR circuit, describing life on the road, conflicts among team members, the fans, the corporate sponsors, and the strategies ofr

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Winston Cup NASCAR (National Association for Stock Car Auto Racing) is a very popular spectator sport which dangles the carrot of fame and big money to successful drivers and owners. Huff's revealing ... Read full review

Contents

Troubled Vibrations
1
Building and Rebuilding a Team
11
The Super Bowl of Racing
33
Copyright

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RICHARD HUFF is an award-winning journalist and author of BEHIND THE WALL. He is a staff writer and motor sports columnist for the New York Daily News. He is also a contributing writer and columnist for NASCAR Truck Racing Magazine.

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