The History of the First Fifty Years of NASCAR.
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A must for any NASCAR fan!
26 October 2002 | by See all my reviews

A very informative video for NASCAR fans, young and old. This four volume set talks about the humble beginnings, to what it is today.

Craig T. Nelson guides us through the different eras of the sport, and there are many interviews with the old jockeys, and today's super stars. The series deals with more than the drivers, it talks about things like the tracks that came, and went. From the glory days of factory sponsorship, to today's big money sponsors. One volume talks about the France family's vision, and how it still survives today.

If you are a long time fan, or a new fan you will love this series.


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