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Preston Lerner is a published novelist and award-winning journalist based in suburban Los Angeles. His work has appeared in The New York Times Magazine, Sports Illustrated, Wired, Men’s Journal, Smithsonian, Travel & Leisure and numerous other national magazines. He’s also a longtime contributing writer for Automobile Magazine. His first non-fiction book, Scarab, was published by Motorbooks International in 1991. His first novel, Fools on the Hill, was published by Pocket Books in 1995. More recently, he was the co-author of Winning: The Racing Life of Paul Newman, published by Motorbooks in 2009. Automobile racing is Preston’s passion and he club-races with the Sports Car Club of America and National Auto Sport Association. We talk about his latest book, Ford GT: How Ford Silenced the Critics published by Motorbooks.

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SUCCESS QUOTE

“Success requires diligence in practicing your craft and persistence in the face of rejection.”

CAREER CHALLENGE 

Covering a subject in his latest book in a new way that’s already been covered by others.

AH-HA MOMENTS

Meeting and talking to people who were there in the day when the Ford GT program was created and developed.

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BEST BOOK WRITING ADVICE

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PRESTON’S BOOK

Ford GT by Preston Lerner

PARTING WORDS OF ADVICE

Learn about the great challenge Ford took on to compete against and win at Le Mans and celebrate this 60th anniversary of their success.

HOW TO LEARN MORE ABOUT PRESTON

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