From the early days of Moonshine and dirt tracks to today's multimillion dollar speedways and superstar drivers NASCAR's diverse story and fan base have spawned many books. Here are the NASCAR books that are most worth your time and money.
Dale Earnhardt Jr. is one of the biggest stars in NASCAR Winston Cup racing. In his book "Driver #8" Little 'E' gives readers an all-access pass into his world. If you've ever wondered what kind of superstar life these guys lead this book will let you follow Jr. around for a full year.
If you are looking for a way to get closer to the personalities that have defined this sport for the last twenty-five years there is no better source than "Daytona: From the Birth of Speed to the Death of the Man In Black." Ed Hinton has truly captured the heart of NASCAR and its people.
In her latest book "Evernham: Racer, Innovator, Leader" Winston Cup Scene editor Deb Williams takes readers deep inside the world of Ray Evernham. If you want to learn more about one of NASCAR's greatest minds and one of the greatest leaders in all of sports then "Evernham: Racer, Innovator, Leader" is for you.
"White Lightning", a stock car racing novel from authors Kent Wright and Don Keith, is first in a new series of stock car fiction from Tor books called "Rolling Thunder." This book gives the reader a realistic look inside the early days of stock car racing in America and the type of men who got involved in the early days of NASCAR racing.
The Daytona 500 is one of the most popular events on the NASCAR Winston Cup schedule. "The Daytona 500: The Great American Race" by Duane Falk brings the excitement of that February classic into your home.
Packed with over 700 NASCAR related trivia questions this book will test your knowledge of the drivers and the tracks of NASCAR. This book provides a fun way to keep score so you can challenge your friends to see who is the most knowledgeable NASCAR fan.