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Kyle Petty Looks Back

Four generations of Pettys have wheeled race cars under the Petty Enterprises banner. 
Looking into IMSA’s 2021 crystal ball can’t begin without looking in the rearview mirror, as John Doonan and the IMSA team performed a miracle, COVID-19 notwithstanding. 
Investment in the sports industry continued during the pandemic and this month we will examine the rationale behind that spending and forecast what’s ahead.
One of the most mesmerizing and terrifying images of the Formula One season was that of Romain Grosjean emerging from the flames after a terrifying accident on the first lap of the Bahrain Grand Prix.
Ferrari was fast during the 2019 Formula One season, but the famous Scuderia tumbled downward and 2020 began as one of its worst seasons in years.
Ron Capps 2020 (NHRA Photo)
NHRA’s professional drag racing series completed an 11-race season that was about half of its usual schedule in coronavirus-marred 2020.
Camping World CEO Marcus Lemonis jumped in to sponsor the NHRA in the wake of Coca-Cola’s brazen breaking of its 19-year contract that had three more years remaining.
1995 Brickyard 400 winner Dale Earnhardt. (NASCAR Photo)
For millions of race fans around the world, it’s difficult to believe 20 years have passed since the tragic death of Dale Earnhardt. 
TALLADEGA, AL - OCTOBER 15, 2000: Dale Earnhardt won the seasonÕs final No Bull 5 event, his first for the special million-dollar bonus. This was his 10th career victory at Talladega. (Photo by ISC Archives via Getty Images)
Dale Earnhardt was simply the most loved and most hated race car driver who ever lived.
The world has been upside down for nearly a year, but Ohio’s Cap Henry turned it right side up for him and his No. 4 Lane Racing sprint car team. 

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