Ford: The Dust and the Glory

Ford The Dust and the Glory Originally published in this history chronicles the races cars and personalities of Ford auto racing Former racing driver and journalist Levine describes events from Henry Ford s own victory at

  • Title: Ford: The Dust and the Glory
  • Author: Leo Levine
  • ISBN: 9780768006636
  • Page: 236
  • Format: Unknown Binding
  • Originally published in 1968, this history chronicles the races, cars and personalities of Ford auto racing Former racing driver and journalist Levine describes events from Henry Ford s own victory at the 1901 Detroit Driving Club race to the 1967 LeMans triumph of A.J Foyt and Dan Gurney Coverag

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  • I think overall the book is good and very informative. The book goes into great detail about the evolution of Ford race cars. One thing I will say is that the book gets technical with car parts so I recommend that you learn your car vocabulary before you start reading this book. I was confused at some points where the author talks about engines, camshafts, and chassis since I didn't know that this would come up at the time. An example of this would be on page 131 it states "In 1956 they decided( [...]


  • Read this when it was first published - excellent history of the Ford Marque racing history. I started following sports car & F1 racing in 1962 and I am still enjoying it!


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