Bill Milliken’s White-Knuckle Ride
In spite of a hazard-packed life, William F. Milliken, Jr. died in his 101st year. A guru of car handling, Bill tested his theories in more than 100 races. And he treasured his early aviation years.
When you open the pages of Bill Milliken’s book, Equations of Motion, fasten your seat belt because you’re in for a bumpy ride. Every misadventure that could occur on land or in the air seems to have befallen this plucky character. As a youngster Bill had scrape after scrape, from which he emerged with this philosophy: “I had the feeling that I’m never …
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