Full Throttle

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Fitzhenry & Whiteside, 2005 - Fiction - 131 pages
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He has the talent. He has the desire. He has the commitment. But if Eddie Stewart wants to become a top professional racing driver, he's going to need some help. As he and his team of close friends take on the fierce competition in the TransAm and Formula Atlantic Series, they learn that there are many ways to the victory podium. Some of their rivals believe that winning is everything, and they play by their own set of rules. Will Eddie be able to overcome the odds and run his own race every time?

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Anthony Hampshire is a rural school principal who has been an educational technology consultant, classroom teacher, football coach and, naturally, a racing driver! Born and raised in Calgary, Alberta, and London, England, Anthony has earned national and provincial awards for his work in school curriculum and media. He sees his writing as an opportunity to both encourage reading in young people and to build character.

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