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Book, Mark Donahue: His Life in Photographs

Book, Mark Donahue: His Life in Photographs

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In the 1960s and 1970s Mark Donohue redefined what it meant to be a successful driver. To millions of fans, he was Captain Nice, the photogenic all-American boy who made winning look easy in sports-cars, the popular new Trans-Am and Can-Am series, and even the Indianapolis 500.

Mark Donohue: His Life in Photographs recaptures Donohue's brilliant career through revealing photographs from his childhood, his early amateur-racing days, and his brief, brilliant career as a professional. Many of these pictures were provided by the people who were closest to Donohue: his family, friends, and Penske Racing teammates. The book also offers some of the best work by the top motorsport's photographers of the era, who deliver brilliant images of Donohue with a dazzling array of race cars, and intimate shots with his team and fellow drivers.

Each photograph is accompanied by detailed insightful captions and text by Michael Argetsinger, author of the definitive biography, Mark Donohue: Technical Excellence at Speed. Mark's Penske Racing teammates, friends, family, and fellow drivers also offer their recollections and commentary.

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