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Fast, Faster, Fastest

The Bill Sadler Story

The authorized biography of a polymath racecar engineer.
This biography of Bill Sadler tells the story of an innovator who set the racing world astir with his boldly inventive cars. His original creations—including the Formula Libre and the Sadler Mark V—brought him racing victories at tracks such as Watkins Glen and the Brighton Speed Trials throughout the 1950s and early ’60s. Sadler’s career took him from his first shop in Hamilton, Ontario, to the notorious Nevada government facility known as Area 51, where he worked on prototype aircraft and other classified projects during his decades-long hiatus from the racing world. Written with the full cooperation of Bill Sadler before he passed away in early 2022, Fast, Faster, Fastest contains never-before-seen photographs and rarely-heard stories from a brilliant engineering mind.

352 pages | 242 color plates, 322 halftones | 9 x 11

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Table of Contents

Chapter One: The Early Days and the Austin Bantam Panel Truck
Chapter Two: The V8 60-powered Hillman Minx
Chapter Three: The First Purpose-Designed Sadler Specials
Chapter Four: Sadler Formula Junior, Go-Karts and Formula Super Vee
Chapter Five: 1959 Sadler-Meyer Special
Chapter Six: The Mid-engined Sadler Formula Libre
Chapter Seven: The Sadler Mark V and Chuck Rathgeb
Chapter Eight: Return to School and CIA Work
Chapter Nine: Sadler Aircraft and the Radial Aircraft Engine Project
Chapter Ten: Back in the Sadler Again
Chapter Eleven: The Sadler Legacy
Appendix One: Race Records
Appendix Two: Sadler Drivers and Employees
Appendix Three: Opposition Drivers and Cars
Appendix Four: The Tracks
Appendix Five: The Nigel Russel Sadler Formula Junior Project

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