This fascinating new autobiography covers the life of Hurley Haywood, one of the world's most successful endurance-racing drivers. After a chance meeting with racer Peter Gregg in 1967, he went on to five wins in the 24 Hours of Daytona, three Le Mans victories, two Sebring wins, and two IMSA championships. When he wasn't paired with Gregg or driving for the Porsche factory, he drove for independent teams against such contemporaries as Al Holbert, George Follmer, Brian Redman, and David Hobbs. Over five decades of competition, he won his last race 40 years after his first and finished on the 2012 Daytona podium at age 63! His association with Peter Gregg and Brumos--plus his personal life--are explained in depth. One of the best racing biographies ever.