Supercar Revolution: The Fastest Cars of All Time (Hardcover)
If you want to get to know the ins and outs of the high-budget, near space-age vehicles we call supercars, then you need look no further. Supercar Revolutionprofiles the designers and engineers who developed these beasts, and includes interviews with the racers and celebrities who drive them. And that’s not to mention the fabulous photographs of the supercars themselves you’ll find throughout this highly produced volume.
Jay Leno, the host of Jay Leno’s Garage and one of the best-known automotive collectors and enthusiasts in the world, is also featured in several hilarious and informative commentaries. You’ll love his many stories and be informed by his opinions on these incredible cars (many of which he owns).
Supercar Revolution conveys the power of automotive aesthetics and performance as they’re pushed to their absolute limits like you’ve never seen before. It is a new benchmark in automotive publishing, and is destined to become a classic history of these incredible marques.
John Lamm is a respected, long-time automotive journalist and photographer who covers sports and racing cars for Road & Track. After attending a road race at Elkhart Lake, Wisconsin, he decided to become an automotive journalist and began his career with Motor Trend magazine in Los Angeles. In 1975, he moved to Road & Track, where he remains editor-at-large to this day. Lamm has won the International Motor Press Association's Ken Purdy Award and the Motor Press Guild's Dean Batchelor Award.
."Supercar Revolution" conveys the power of automotive aesthetics and performance as they're pushed to their absolute limits like you've never seen before. It is a new benchmark in automotive publishing, and is destined to become a classic history of these incredible marques. An absolute 'must read' for all dedicated car buffs. —Midwest Book Review
"Supercar Revolution is rather wonderfully written by longtime notable car scribe John Lamm. Alumnus of Road Track, Automobile Magazine and various other nicely done books and special pieces found hither and yon."
—Tony Borroz, Automoblog.net