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A dirt-track late model, an off-road dune buggy, a World Rally Championship car, an Indy car and the world’s finest super cars very likely have something in common with the custom pickup cruising the neighborhood. 
Dale Earnhardt's silver GM Goodwrench Chevrolet was run in the 1995 All-Star Race at Charlotte Motor Speedway.
Fred Wagenhals approached Richard Childress in February 1995 with a radical idea he wanted to turn into a reality.
This month we will examine how the sports industry plans to reopen for business following the lengthy shutdown due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
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. 
Shane Carson enjoyed a lengthy and successful sprint car career.
Over the decades, countless drivers have decided it was time to hang up their helmet and taken up race promotion as both a livelihood and a way to stay active in the sport they love.
(From left): Red Farmer, Hershel McGriff, Banjo Matthews, Ralph Moody and Jake Elder. (NASCAR Photos)
Throughout NASCAR’s storied 72-year history, many icons of stock car racing have been known for their hard work, tireless dedication and tremendous talent as drivers, mechanics and team owners. 
Although he has said, “There’s a good chance I probably won’t be around to worry about it,” Cruz Pedregon does try to envision what the NHRA will look like in 25 years.
Porsche 1970 Le Mans
After 20 years of trying, Porsche finally won at Le Mans in a race that got under way with a lackluster new start, was held for the most part in the rain and in which one man died.
Each month in SPEED SPORT Magazine we highlight some of our favorite Twitter posts from racing personalities from various disciplines. Here is the SPEED SPORT Twitter Me This from June 2020.
Pierre Fillon, ACO President, and Jim France, IMSA Chairman sign documents introducing the LMDh category which will be shared by WEC and IMSA. They are joined by GÈrard Neveu, CEO of the FIA World Endurance Championship, John Doonan, IMSA President, and IMSA CEO Ed Bennett.
American IMSA prototype teams have been chomping at the bit for a shot at the world stage, especially Le Mans, for what seems like an eternity. 

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