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Mario Andretti The Man Who Can Win Any Kind Of Race (Engel 1970)

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This is the story of Mario Andretti's life from his childhood in Trieste, Italy to his current life in Nazareth USA where the name of the street where he lives was officialy changed to Victory Lane. In 1965 though only a rookie he finished third in the "Indy 500". He then went on to become USAC National Driving Champion in his first full year on the Championship Trail. In only five full years on the Championship Trail he was Champion three times and runner-up twice - truly an unmatched record of driving skill and competitive consistency. A versatile competitor Mario has won the Daytona 500 for stock cars and the Sebring 12 Hours for sports cars and at the time this book was first published was the only top American driver in Formula 1 racing.  159 pages with many Black and White photographs. This book is Ex Lib and is in Very Good Condition with similarly good jacket