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Description - One Off by Anatoly Arutunoff

Amateur road racer, raconteur and car guy extraordinaire, Anatoly Arutunoff tells a lifetime of his favorite true first person stories. From his youth in Bartlesville, Oklahoma, to participation at the real Targa Florio, to eventually winning the SCCA runoffs in his Morgan 4/4, to more recent times on the historic rally circuit Toly makes you think you were there sharing all the adventures and camaraderie. There are intriguing family moments, the exuberance of youth and brushes with greats such as Redman, Clark and Moss plus many lesser known players from the past sixty years who collectively molded the sports car culture that has always surrounded the author. Written in an uncomplicated and light-hearted style the reader will either renew a relationship or discover a new friend in a man who suggests, All the car stuff I ve done is a sort of cross-section of what you would have done, if you d been young in the sixties and had the money. Ride with Toly on the roads and racetracks in America and Europe and share in an experience that is truly One Off! "

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Book Details

ISBN: 9780929758251
ISBN-10: 0929758250
Format: Hardback
(237mm x 159mm x 27mm)
Imprint: Tpr
Publisher: Tpr
Publish Date: 1-Mar-2009
Country of Publication: United States

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Author Biography - Anatoly Arutunoff

Anatoly Arutunoff has raced with Bob Bondurant, Phil Hill, Richie Ginther, Dan Gurney, Ak Miller, and Carroll Shelby back when cars slid, drivers were visible, and the average privateer like Arutunoff could finish fourth in a grand prix race against the factories.