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HAMPTON, GA ? July 22, 1973: David Pearson is joined my Miss Atlanta International Raceway in victory lane after Pearson came home victorious in the Dixie 500 NASCAR Cup race, giving him a sweep of the two Cup races held at Atlanta during the year. Pearson was virtually unbeatable during the Cup season, winning 11 of the 18 races he and his Wood Brothers team entered. (Photo by ISC Images & Archives via Getty Images)
During the 1973 season, NASCAR’s best drivers faced a relentless storm in the form of a maroon-and-white Mercury Cyclone fielded by Wood Brothers Racing with three-time Cup Series champion David Pearson at the wheel. 
Ned and Dale Jarrett
Those who have left the NASCAR spotlight and ended their NASCAR driving careers have done so for a variety of reasons.
Ragan Honoring Pearson
Front Row Motorsports, Shriners Int'l and Shriners Hospitals for Children will honor and remember fellow Shriner David Pearson during the Southern 500 at Darlington (S.C.) Raceway later this year.
Quiet and soft spoken, David Gene Pearson kept many of his thoughts to himself, especially those regarding race strategy and the race cars he drove.
The racing world is in mourning again after the passing of NASCAR Hall of Famer and three-time NASCAR Cup Series champion David Pearson, who died Monday at the age of 83.
SPARTANBURG, S.C. — Three-time NASCAR Cup Series champion David Pearson, who won 105 races in the series, has died. He was 83 years old. Pearson, known as “The Silver Fox,” is considered one of the best drivers to compete in NASCAR. His 105 victories rank him second in NASCAR Cup Series competition behind only seven-time...
On Monday, Nov. 12 it was announced that "The Silver Fox" David Pearson had died at the age of 83. Relive his legendary career with this special photo gallery.
Sixty-five-thousand fans filled Daytona Int’l Speedway on July 4, 1974, for the 14th annual Firecracker 400 NASCAR Cup Series race.
Wood Brothers Racing and Motorcraft/Quick Lane Racing unveiled the team’s throwback paint scheme for the Bojangles’ Southern 500 Tuesday at the NASCAR Hall of Fame
During the 1970s, epic on-track battles were status quo for NASCAR Hall of Famers David Pearson and Richard Petty; however, it was the three-time champion Pearson who owned the deed to Charlotte Motor Speedway in that decade.

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