We offer no apologies for making this important... book our choice
for the second time around. Widely welcomed, its content is already
beingput to good use by many race car engineers... Today, anyone
who wishes to make a career by understanding the automobile and its
vagaries should start here. And anyone who wishes to appear to
understand it should have this book on his or her desk--in the same
way that Stephen Hawking's A Brief History of Time is
--Race Car Engineering
"...even if you're not historically inclined, the book's theoretical and technical sections (its vast majority) make for a definitive work on chassis dynamics, meaning that if you are an armchair John Barnhard (or are John Barnhard), you might want to box a dozen or so of your Porsche or Bugatti books and make some room on the bookshelf for Race Car Vehicle Dynamics."
--Kim Reynolds, Road & Track
"No other source provides such complete answers to why racing cars behave as they do. Very highly recommended."
- Vintage Motorsport
"An impressive... blend of analytical understanding and hard won practical experience from both passenger and race car design."
--Automotive Engineer (published by IMechE)
"On the macro level RCVD deals with general principles of vehicle dynamics but on the micro level was specifically geared towards racing; it synthesizes fundamental theory and practical application. Any race team that doesn't have a copy of this well written book is not winning as much as they could!"
--Sabu Advani, SpeedReaders.info