CHAMPCAR/CART: "Greg Moore: A Legacy of Spirit" available August 20

VANCOUVER, BC - Greg Moore was the youngest winning driver in the history of Championship Auto Racing Teams' FedEx Championship Series history. He was only 22 when he drove to victory at Milwaukee in 1997. In the four years he was on the CART ...

VANCOUVER, BC - Greg Moore was the youngest winning driver in the history of Championship Auto Racing Teams' FedEx Championship Series history.

He was only 22 when he drove to victory at Milwaukee in 1997. In the four years he was on the CART circuit, Greg won five races and never finished lower than tenth in the season-ending driver points standings. Greg Moore: A Legacy of Spirit is the only authorized pictorial biography commemorating the life and career of this amazing young man. It features exclusive photographs and memorabilia from the Moore family and the Greg Moore Foundation.

Greg Moore: A Legacy of Spirit celebrates the accomplishments of this young race driver, his personal and family life, and his sense of humor. With material from his closest friends and family, his racing crew and fellow drivers, readers will gain insights into the passions that drove Greg Moore on and off the race track. Both the Molson Indy Toronto and the Molson Indy Vancouver are dedicated to the memory of Greg Moore this year. The launch for Greg Moore: A Legacy of Spirit will be held in conjunction with the Molson Indy Vancouver (September 1 - 3).

Greg Moore: A Legacy of Spirit
By Dan Proudfoot and Gordon Kirby with Jim Taylor
Foreword by Jacques Villeneuve
9 x 12, 144 pp
ISBN 1-55285-139-7
175 color and black and white photos
Available August 30, 2000

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Series IndyCar
Drivers Jacques Villeneuve , Greg Moore