Start your engines : famous firsts in the history of NASCAR / Jay W. Pennell ; foreword by Jeff Gluck.
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|Attica PL - Attica||796.72 PEN (Text)||74231000113838||Adult Nonfiction||Available||-|
- ISBN: 9781613218280 (alk. paper)
- Physical Description: x, 195 pages ; 24 cm
- Publisher: New York : Sports Publishing, 
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
NASCAR Firsts contains fifty chapters describing different inaugural accomplishments that have taken place throughout NASCAR history. This book answers the following questions:• When was NASCAR officially founded?• Who was the first two-time champion?• What was the first flag-to-flag race ever broadcast on TV?• Who was the first Triple Crown winner?• When and where was the first overseas NASCAR race held?• Who was the first woman to win the Daytona 500 pole position?• And many more!In NASCAR Firsts, seasoned writer Jay W. Pennell outlines some of the most iconic and unknown firsts in NASCAR history. From Red Byron to Richard Petty, Dale Earnhardt to Jeff Gordon, Jimmie Johnson to Danica Patrick, Pennell also covers some of the biggest names of the sport and their landmark contributions. Providing in-depth explanations of each milestone, Pennell takes readers through the peaks and valleys of NASCAR history and details the impact each first had on the legacy of the sport. From the earliest days of NASCAR’s foundation, to the high banks of Daytona and famed Brickyard at Indianapolis, Pennell also looks at monumental dates and races that changed the sport and helped it grow from a small gathering of race car drivers and promoters into the multibillion-dollar sports industry it is today. This book is a unique look at racing for new and experienced NASCAR fans alike.
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