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NASCAR Reading List
Published: March 1, 2023

As a NASCAR fan, you may be looking for the best NASCAR or International Motorsports Hall of Fame reading list to entertain you. Even if you are not but somehow interested, there’s still plenty of reading material to keep you entertained and informed. 

NASCAR Reading List

There’s a lot to learn about this sport; fortunately, it has drivers who are also enthusiastic about writing. The list we curated contains stories from famous drivers who made it to the International Motorsports Hall of Fame and other interesting facts.

1. “The Intimidator” by Frank Vehorn

The book covers everything from Dale’s childhood to his death in 2001. It’s a great read to learn more about this motorsports icon.

2. “Richard Petty: The Cars of the King” by Tim Bongard 

This book is a detailed look at the cars that Richard Petty drove in his career. It was published in 1996, but it’s still worth checking out if you’re interested in NASCAR history.

3. “The Unauthorized NASCAR Fan Guide” by Bill Fleischman

If you want to learn more about NASCAR, “The Unauthorized NASCAR Fan Guide” by Bill Fleischman is an excellent place to start. 

It’s an entertaining read with lots of information on the history and lore of NASCAR racing. The author is a big fan who has dedicated his career to writing about motorsports. 

He writes in an engaging tone that makes it easy for anyone reading his book (whether they are already familiar with the subject matter or not) to understand what he’s talking about.

4. “Dale Earnhardt Jr.: A Biography” by Luke Feliciano

This book is one of the best books about Dale Earnhardt Jr. It’s a biography, but it doesn’t just tell you about his life and career. It also tells you how he became so successful in NASCAR. 

The author gives us an inside look at what goes on behind the scenes with one of the most famous drivers in the world today and how he did it all.

5. “NASCAR Heroes” by Richard Sowersby, Phil and Sandy Elliot

It’s a story about the Elliot family and their love of racing. The children’s book is about NASCAR, with lots of fun facts about each race car driver and the track on which they compete.

You can find “NASCAR Heroes” at Barnes & Noble or online at Amazon.

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So, there you have it. We hope these books inspire you to read about NASCAR and its racing heroes. With all the different stories out there, anyone could find something that inspires them on this list.

Be sure to visit the International Motorsports Hall of Fame and look for these books in our own library!