This is the most complete story ever told of racing with Kawasaki USA - the team on which most of the Japanese factory focus was concentrated during that unforgettable decade of Formula 750 racing – a category that, for much of its history, even eclipsed the appeal of the Grand Prix classes.
The story is told by Randy Hall, the man right at the heart of the action - whether at the racetracks or back in the workshops where the bikes were engineered and developed.
From 1971 through 1983, Randy was either the race team manager or its development engineer – often combining both roles.
His memories are all here, the race-by race results, the reminiscences of times on the road, personal memories of the teams’ star riders and exclusive in-depth details of the technical developments that made the bikes so successful.
Finally, this book is not just about the racing triples. There also the development story of the KR250/350 ‘tandem’ twins that went on to take eight world titles in the hands of Kork Ballington and Anton Mang.
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