The Chrisman Legacy / Always Faster
If you’re familiar at all with early drag racing or dry lakes racing history, you know the Chrisman name. Award winning author Tom Madigan captures the essence and significant happenings of this never to be repeated time.
If you’re familiar at all with early drag racing or dry lakes racing history, you know the Chrisman name. Award winning author Tom Madigan captures the essence and significant happenings of this never to be repeated time. Only a limited number of The Chrisman Legacy /Always Faster books have been published, make sure you get yours before they’re all gone.
“I’ve known about these guys since I was a little kid. . . real clever engineering. . . just a great, great piece of history. -Jay Leno, JayLenosGarage.com
“THE CHRISMAN LEGACY/ALWAYS FASTER is a book that I highly recommend and I give it a perfect 8 out of 8 sparkplugs, one of only a handful of books that are this good.” -Richard Parks, HotRodHotline.com
“With classic stories and lots of historic pictures this book tells the history of the Chrisman family and it details that first Bakersfield race, a race that changed everything for Art and his family. I can highly recommend this book. . . -Bob Frey, legendary NHRA National Event race announcer
“Over the years I have gathered my impression of Art Chrisman and the best way to describe him, is professional. He always did things first class.” – Don “Big Daddy” Garlits
“The fire still burns in his belly.” – Don “the Snake” Prudhomme
“The one thing I learned from the Chrisman Family was that you have to do your best or get left behind.” – Tom “The Mongoo$e” McEwen
“No doubt the Chrisman Family has been good for drag racing.” – “TV” Tommy Ivo
“Art worked for me and Jack drove for me, both were totally professional. They were the best to me.” – Ed Pink “The Old Master”
“Art & Lloyd along with their father Evert and Uncle Jack Chrisman were and are great examples of the term ‘Hot Rodder’. As long as it had a motor, they were interested. And let’s face it, Art still is!” – Ed Justice, Jr.