Wed, 28 August 2019
Boston native, George Levy, is an author, the former editor of Autoweek Magazine, and is the director of the Motorsports Hall of Fame of America. He is also the author of multiple books on motorsports, including 2016’s Can-Am 50th Anniversary, a project on which he worked with the late and deeply missed photographer Pete Biro, who was a past Cars Yeah guest. The great racer Sam Posey said about the book, “Your book is just fantastic. As far as I know, you've got the facts exactly right, which must have been the product of a lot of hard work and good thinking.” His current book, F1 Mavericks: The Men and Machines that Revolutionized Formula 1 Racing is a sweeping account of the most innovative and glamorous period in Formula One racing history, 1958 through 1982. The forward is by Mario Andretti and the afterward is by the late Niki Lauda.