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  1. Nana
    5 Stars Out Of 5
    Racing ti
    September 24, 2021
    Nana
    This review was written for Racing to the Finish.
    was a gift to my son
  2. Kara Lynn
    WV
    Age: 18-24
    Gender: Female
    4 Stars Out Of 5
    for fans, this is a must-read
    January 9, 2019
    Kara Lynn
    WV
    Age: 18-24
    Gender: Female
    This review was written for Racing to the Finish.
    First off, for those wondering why a Nascar book has showed up in your feed, it's simple: My grandfather is a major Nascar (and car in general), fan. When I saw this book on Booklook up for grabs, I knew I'd found him some winter reading. I know virtually nothing about Nascar -- literally nothing except that Papaw loved Dale Earnhardt and spent a great deal of time cheering him on.

    So.

    What was there to do but get the book and read and review it and pass it on to him?

    As for my thoughts on the book...honestly I didn't know what to think because again, I'm not a Nascar fan. However, I'm always up for a little nonfiction reading. Dale speaks a lot about the recent years and his recent injuries as well as his time on the track. There's not a lot of deep stuff going on here, but for anyone who knows more than I do, that should be okay.

    Dale is open and honest about the fears and struggles of his injuries -- things he tried to hide while racing. There's photos included showing his growing up years as well as recent photos (one of his family). He's personal while (like I said), not overly deep. I was honestly bored, but I got this book for Papaw and as of now, I know he really enjoyed it.

    He's not a reader but sat down for a couple hours and read the book one day after I'd given it to him. He said that a lot of the facts Dale talks about are unknown up until the point of reading the book, and he really enjoyed it.

    For racing fans, I'm sure this is a must-book.

    For not fans?

    Not so much.
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