There’s no bad time to catch up on some reading. If you love cars, there’s no shortage of great options about the auto world. Here are some of our favorite books to help expand your knowledge about cars.
Car Guys vs. Bean Counters: The Battle for the Soul of American Business
If you’ve ever wondered about the automotive business, this is the read for you. Author Bob Lutz is a columnist for Road & Track and writes about his time working at General Motors.
Going Faster! Mastering the Art of Race Driving
This work by Carl Lopez is a good book for drivers who are itching to go a little faster. With fundamentals Straight from Skip Barber Racing School, you’ll learn how to drive fast with confidence. Though if you really want to wow at your next amateur track outing, you should seek the instruction of a professional.
The Art of Racing in the Rain: A Novel
If you’d rather enjoy cars from a fictional perspective, consider pickup up a copy of this New York Times bestseller by Garth Stein. Or celebrate Read an eBook Week with the Kindle edition.
Erich Strenger and Porsche: A Graphical Report
Fans of Porsche will love this recent publication, which explores the history of Porsche’s previous in-house graphic designer and photographer Erich Strenger. You’ll learn lots and get to drool over pictures from during Strenger’s time from the 1950s to the 1980s.
You can pick up plenty of great books for car lovers as audiobooks and enjoy them from the comfort of a new-to-you car. If you’re in the market for a high-quality used ride, shop with confidence at Chip Wynn Motors in Paducah, Kentucky.