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Loaner books from my library

Post by flogger » Wed Apr 03, 2013 8:53 pm

For Ozark Mountain Region members only. Let me know in advance and I'll bring any of these to the next board meeting. Just return it to me at the following meeting. One at a time per customer, please. Thanks. Oh, and just a reminder - you don't have to be a board member to attend a board meeting.


Sports Car and Competition Driving by Paul Frere
Secrets of Solo Racing by Henry Watts
Auto Racing by John Radosta
The Front-Wheel Drive High-Performance Advantage by Jack Doo
Driving in Competition by Alan Johnson
Go Ahead - Take the Wheel by Dave Gran
Speed Secrets by Ross Bentley
Inner Speed Secrets by Ross Bentley
How to Autocross by Andrew Howe
Autocross Performance Handbook by Richard Newton
Racer's Encyclopedia of Metals, Fibers & Materials by Forbes Aird
How to Swap GM LS-Series Engines into Almost Anything by Jefferson Bryant
Stock Car Driving Techniques by Don Alexander
Going Faster! Mastering the Art of Race Driving Skip Barber et al
Superdriver by Sir John Whitmore
Winning - A Race Driver's Handbook by George A. Anderson
Race Car Engineering & Mechanics by Paul Van Valkenburgh
Tune to Win by Carroll Smith
Engineer to Win by Carroll Smith
Drive to Win by Carroll Smith
Nuts, Bolts, Fasteners and Plumbing Handbook (aka "Screw to Win")by Carroll Smith
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Post by JimR » Thu Apr 04, 2013 7:29 am

Pretty round collection there. 8)

Andrew Howe's How to Autocross is a good one to hook autocrossers. It has excellent photography by Bryan Heitkotter, who happens to be a multi-Solo National Champion and the GT Academy winner. Bryan also contributed to some e-books available on Amazon.

Dave Gran's Go Ahead: Take the Wheel is the one to put in the hands of an aspiring club-level road racer. I have a copy, and it puts a lot of what you need to know in one place.
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Post by flogger » Sun Apr 07, 2013 8:59 pm

Found a couple more:

Driving Techniques by Anthony Scotti
The Art of Racing in the Rain by Garth Stein

Also, aside from a handful of issues which have gotten lost or damaged, I have every issue of Grassroots Motorsports for the last 12 years or so. Just let me know, fellow Ozark Mountain Region members, and they're yours for the borrowing. :)
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Post by springfielddyno » Mon Apr 08, 2013 1:56 pm

flogger wrote: The Art of Racing in the Rain by Garth Stein
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Post by 1nitroustracer » Mon Apr 08, 2013 8:50 pm

Autocross Performance Handbook

I would like to read this one I have quite the book collection as well ill post them up after I dig.
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Post by 1nitroustracer » Mon Apr 08, 2013 8:51 pm

Autocross Performance Handbook

I would like to read this one I have quite the book collection as well ill post them up after I dig.
(THE ROTARY ENGINE.......................)
communism worked in theory also

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