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Modern GT Racing: Today's Fastest Cars…
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Modern GT Racing: Today's Fastest Cars on the World's Greatest…

by Dave Friedman

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Modern GT race cars are some of the fastest, most exciting race cars this side of a Formula 1 track—an amazing variety of full-race versions of the world’s most iconic production cars from Ferrari, Maserati, Aston Martin, Corvette, and Porsche. This book takes you to the world’s most famous racetracks, where these fantastic machines face off: places like Le Mans, Sebring, Daytona, Road America, Laguna Seca and more. Author and photographer Dave Friedman covers the truly impressive range of classes, cars, drivers (including NASCAR great Dale Earnhardt Jr. in a Corvette GT car), and venues represented by GT racing. Friedman also offers a look at select historical GT cars and links the lineage of these rare vehicles of the 50s, 60s, and 70s with today’s top cars.
 

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