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Clint Brawner Could
During an era when the chief mechanic was a fabricator, engine builder, designer, race strategist and team manager, Clint Brawner stood above the rest.
In 1970, George Hill and his Chevelle No. 27 captured 17 feature wins on the way to the late model championship at Chicagoland’s Raceway Park. (Bud Norman Photo)
George Hill, wheeling a 1965 Chevelle, won 17 features in 1970 to grab championship honors in late model competition at Raceway Park, the tight, quarter-mile, paved oval near Blue Island
Mark Donohue (16), in one of Roger Penske’s AMC Matadors, leads Dave Marcis at Atlanta Motor Speedway in 1972. (NSSN Archives Photo)
Throughout NASCAR’s history, the foundation of stock car racing has always been the cars and the drivers who bravely wheel them.
Richard Brickhouse (left) puts a wreath over the head of 2009 Talladega Speedway race winner Jamie McMurray. (NASCAR Photo)
SPEED SPORT has been reporting on and covering motorsports happenings from all over the world for 85 years, so we thought it would be fun to take a look back in the archives to see what happened 10, 25 and 50 years ago each week.
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SPEED SPORT has been reporting on and covering motorsports happenings from all over the world for 85 years, so we thought it would be fun to take a look back in the archives to see what happened 10, 25 and 50 years ago each week.
SPEED SPORT has been reporting on and covering motorsports happenings from all over the world for 85 years, so we thought it would be fun to take a look back in the archives to see what happened 10, 25 and 50 years ago each week.
Kasey Kahne got a big push late in the Pep Boys Auto 500 to win at Atlanta Motor Speedway in 2009. (NASCAR Photo)
SPEED SPORT has been reporting on and covering motorsports happenings from all over the world for 85 years, so we thought it would be fun to take a look back in the archives to see what happened 10, 25 and 50 years ago each week.
An ad for a Grand National Stock Car event at Air Base Speedway in Greenville, S.C.
Dozens of online and print sources recount the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series. All of these sources record a race in Greenville, S.C., on Aug. 25, 1951.
Rich Vogler at Indianapolis Motor Speedway in 1986. (IMS Archives Photo)
Through 85 years, SPEED SPORT has covered all of racing's major events. We dug into the archives to take a look at some of the unique stories we've covered over the years. Gasoline Alley Paterson, N.J., was ground zero for Depression era racers to spend their summers while competing on...
SPEED SPORT has been reporting on and covering motorsports happenings from all over the world for 85 years.

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