By A. J. Baime
Through the early Sixties, Ford Motor corporation, equipped to convey car transportation to the loads, used to be falling at the back of. child boomers have been taking to the roads in droves, searching for velocity now not defense, variety now not convenience, and Ford didn't provide what those younger drivers sought after. in the meantime, Enzo Ferrari lorded over the eu racing scene, crafting attractive, quick activities automobiles that epitomized style.
Baime tells the outstanding tale of ways Henry Ford II, with assistance from a tender visionary named Lee Iacocca and a former racing champion became engineer named Carroll Shelby, concocted a scheme to reinvent the Ford corporation. they'd input the high-stakes global of eu motor vehicle racing, the place an adventurous few threw protection and sanity to the wind. they'd layout, construct, and race a automobile which could beat Ferrari at his personal video game, on the such a lot prestigious and unsafe race on the planet, the 24 Hours of LeMans.
Go Like Hell transports readers to a golden period in racing whilst Ford's cutting edge process ended in victories at the music and renewed recognize for the yank motor vehicle.