A scrappy and reckless farm boy from Ohio became America's most legendary race car driver, and his widely publicized victories in Henry Ford's racing cars helped the aspiring entrepreneur launch Ford Motor Company
Carl Fisher thought Americans should be able to drive across their country, but it took a decade and a world war to finish his road
"Billy" Durant typified the courage of American business. He was charismatic, arbitrary and impenetrable.
Teetotaling twin brothers built the most wonderful car of their era, and its day of glory may not be over yet
—a complex man