Start Reading

Running Up Front: Life Lessons from Stock Car Racing

Length: 130 pages1 hour


Running Up Front will transport you from the grandstand to the pit lane, from your TV to turn four, so you’ll never view stock car racing—or life—in the same way again. There is a message underneath the roar of engines, a view of life from the spotter’s stand, and lessons to be learned during a thirteen-second pit stop.

In the same way that winning race teams have access to virtually limitless resources, we can have access to the unlimited divine resources which fuel a successful life. Like spotters who have a broad view of the track, we need people in our lives who see things in and around us to which we are oblivious. Drivers can get caught up in crashes they didn’t cause and can’t avoid, just as we can be the victims of personal and relational wrecks. These are a few of the fifteen life lessons we can learn from stock car racing.

Ted Hull draws on his own life experiences, including some of his wins and wrecks. His desire is that you will be encouraged and challenged to drive the race of your life that will have you Running Up Front.

”…the One who put you behind the wheel will make sure that you have all that you need for running up front.”

—Mike Yorkey, author of the Playing with Purpose series and co-author of the Every Man’s Battle series

Read on the Scribd mobile app

Download the free Scribd mobile app to read anytime, anywhere.