GRAND PRIX AT THE GLEN by Robert B. Jackson

GRAND PRIX AT THE GLEN

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KIRKUS REVIEW

The eleven to thirteen year old reader can only be a spectator at one of the world's most fascinating, dangerous and technically demanding sports--Grand Prix racing. The U.S. Grand Prix is held in October at Watkins Glen, N.Y. and, from the basic rules through the climax of a race, Mr. Jackson takes the interested reader through ail the details: car design, pit mechanics schedules, drivers' proficiencies in terms of stamina and strategies. The book will be heavily illustrated with photographs and diagrams. By the author of last year's excellent Road Race Pound the World.

Pub Date: Oct. 1st, 1965
Publisher: Walck