Between 1959 and 1964, the Meister Bräuser racing team was a leader in US road racing. With Harry Heuer and ace Augie Pabst driving Scarabs, all-American race cars, the team chalked up an unprecedented run of championships. Besides its on-track successes, Meister Bräuser was a leader in promoting team identity. It was one of the first to utilize an enclosed tractor trailer rig to transport the cars and as a rolling at-track machine shop. All the vehicles were painted in the team colors of dark metallic blue trimmed with white and accented by red pin stripes. The team members were outfitted in matching uniforms. The Team ran for only five years, but in that time set a mark for professionalism, wins and championships. This book recounts the history of the team with their triumphs and their failures, is a valuable addition to US racing history. Author Tom Schultz is the Track Historian at Road America and has held the post since 2000.