The original four-wheel drive was none other that the jeep, over 65 years ago, and it is still going strong today. Off-Roading is what Jeeps were made for, and this addictive sport is covered from all angles here with valuable information and hundreds of color photographs of jeeps in action, on the tracks, resting, being prepared, modified, plus the courses themselves, the events, all covered in fascinating detail and action photography. Advice on techniques for competition drivers is included, plus technical stats, all showing why this sport is now more popular than ever. This book has everything the jeep off-reader, beginner and established fan, could hope for, and is bound to prove popular with the myriads of 4x4 enthusiasts.
Formerly a staff editor at Four Wheeler, Off-Road and 4x4 Power magazines, Tom Morr has contributed articles to many off-road enthusiast and trade publications worldwide. He also collaborated with photographer Ken Brubaker on Motorbooks Monster Trucks (2003). He lives in Thousands Oaks, California. Ken Brubakers work has appeared in a variety of magazines including American Airlines' American Way, Britain's 4x4 & Off-Roader, Four Wheeler, 4Wheel & Off-Road, Off-Road, 4Wheel Drive & Sport Utility, Fullsize 4x4, and many others. He lives in northern Illinois with his wife and three children.