"Hey, Joe, did I ever tell you the story of how my brother got arrested at that Metallica concert back in the 80's? You won't believe it. It is freaking incredible! One of the greatest stories ever told!"
"Naw, man, sounds like a great story what happened?"
"Well, my brother really loved Metallica, right? So he got tickets to their concert back in the 80's and he went there and HE GOT ARRESTED. CAN YOU BELIEVE IT!?"
"NO WAY WHAT A GREAT STORY!"
And that, folks, in a nutshell is what you get with this waste of time book. Don't even bother. "The greatest NASCAR stories ever told" are a collection of boring, two-paragraph quips mostly ripped off from other people's books that have little to no detail and in no way are at all unbelievable. If you want the inside story of NASCAR buy "The Last Ride" by Peter Golenbock. That is an incredible read. This is not. In fact, I am pretty sure you don't even need to know how to read to get through this garbage book.