Almost forty years ago they put out close to 1500 horsepower in their most developed form, and hit speeds of 240 mph with aerodynamics that were experimental at best and highly dangerous at worst! They made the Grand Prix F1 cars of the day look tame by comparison. Porsche, McLaren, Lola and Shadow were the Championship-winning cars with Chaparral, Bryant T22, March and Ferrari as the challengers.Author/photographer Pete Lyons recalls the stories that led to his best-selling books and delves into his photo archives to return us to the Glory Days of unlimited sports car racing. With the participation of Hurley Haywood, Shadow and Ti22 designer (and author) Peter Bryant and photographer/author Dave Friedman.
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