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NASCAR in the Driver's Seat (The Science of Nascar)
by Mark Stewart
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0822587378, Library Binding)"Readers, start your engines! You're about to charge into full-throttle NASCAR action and learn about the science behind this thrilling sport.
NASCAR in the Driver's Seat shows you just what drivers experience during a NASCAR race. You'll find out how they train their bodies to endure the heat and stress of a close race. You'll learn what they know about passing, drafting, and air flow. And you'll be right with them as they tell their pit crew how their car feels as it's zooming at 180 miles an hour. So grab your infield pass and learn about The Science of NASCAR. "
(retrieved from Amazon Mon, 30 Sep 2013 13:44:50 -0400)
Explains what NASCAR drivers experience during a race, their training, exercise, and what they communicate to their pit crew.
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