SIX SECONDS TO GLORY: Don Prudhomme's Greatest Drag Race by Hal Higdon

SIX SECONDS TO GLORY: Don Prudhomme's Greatest Drag Race

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The race: the 1973 U.S. Nationals. The class: Funny Cars. The driver: Don Prudhomme, nicknamed Snake. . . . Hal Higdon is there to record every revolution of the Snake's brain, every conversation from the past, every gaping hole in the chassis. As Snake says, ""It goes on and on"" . . . presumably to the satisfaction of the Funny Car fancy.

Pub Date: April 22nd, 1975
Page count: 160pp
Publisher: Putnam