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Acknowledgements & dedication Foreword The quest for speed Drag racing establishes its home Charting the significant events The riders American influence The engines The weird and wonderful Still going Index
A qualified mechanical engineering designer, Keith Lee has been actively involved in drag racing for 20 years. From impressed young spectator at the drag festivals, he went on to compete on one of the more unusual machines, before spending many years as a writer and photographer working for various national and international publications - most notably, as drag strip correspondent for Motor Cycle Weekly. Keith was also a commentator at Santa Pod Raceway for ten years, and served on the committee of the main organising club of the period, the BDR&HRA. He now works as a professional photographer.
"With the festive season fast approaching, 'Drag Bike Racing in Britain' should be placed immediately at the top of the Christmas list of any drag bike fan, or indeed any drag racing fan." - eurodragster.com "Richly illustrated with period photographs of the bikes and personalities, the book showcases the wide variety of machinery developed to cover the standing quarter and includes insights from many of the top drag-racers of the period." - British Dealer News