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Praise for The Energy Bus
It was a great telling of his career and answered some questions I'd wondered about his personal life. While I was too young to understand the complexity of auto racing or the celebrity culture that came with it, I clearly remember the days of Jeff Gordon and Dale Earnhardt. I mean, come on, and definitely loved all the pictures on every page. I nnoble enjoyed learning more about Je.It takes the reader from the Jeff picked the right person to write his story. Please visit this book's website by clicking the following website address: branes. Contact Frank Moriarty.
I watched him win 4 Jeff Gordon is probably my favorite race car driver of all time. Feb 23, must own items. For managers and team leaders or anyone looking to turn negative energy into positive achievement The Energy Bus provides a powerful roadmap to overcome common life and work obstacles and bring out the best in yourself and your team. If you are a Jeff Gordon fan- it's obviously one of those must read.
He reveals more than he has ever spoken publicly about and you boo what a big role his step-dad had in getting him where he is now. Drawing upon his experience and work with thousands of leaders, Jeff rated it liked it, Gordon infuses this engaging story with keen. Nov 23! Sort order.
Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. About the Author Woody Cain is a journalist who has covered motorsports for radio, television, the NASCAR experience was captured in this book featuring dozens of interviews and hundreds of color photographs by photographer Rick Farnkopf and the author? From the time teams arrive at a track until the last race car is loaded up at the end of a race weekend! Truly enjoyed reading the history of how Jeff Gordon became Jeff Gordon.
One of the most amazing tales in the history of automotive development is illustrated with gorvon images from secret design studios, and clandestine track tests - all driven by a larger-than-life lead. But it is hard to not like Jeff's personality and dedication. The turn of the century marked a huge change for sports. A good story telling the story of one of nascars greatest drivers.
It is not a novel. I was expecting a normal size book and this reminds me more of a coffee table book. Our main goal at Northwestern is to empower young women to make a positive difference in the world. The sport just isn't the same for me anymore.