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The Development of the World’s Fastest Small-Tire Racecars, as Told by the People who Developed Them.

The 275 and 315 Radial world is a non-stop, never-ending quest for speed As what launched as a truly outlaw, grudge-fueled, run-what-you-brung-to-the-unkempt-eighth-mile kind of racing has become increasingly sanctioned, standardized, professionalized—and costly—how have the 10-wide tire classes retained their still gritty-seductive appeal? “It’s the thrill of it,” replied Tim Lyons, owner of

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