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American NASCAR driver, and later an announcer/analyst/pit reporter on SETN, TBS, ABC, ESPN, NBC, and TNT. Wikipedia
Former NASCAR driver who raced from 1958 to 1992 in the former NASCAR Grand National and Winston Cup Series (now called the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series). The first driver to win the NASCAR Cup Championship seven times , winning a record 200 races during his career, winning the Daytona 500 a record seven times, and winning a record 27 races (10 of them consecutively) in the 1967 season alone. Wikipedia
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- Ruttman took over another ride with the team, and he was replaced by rookie Greg Biffle, whom Roush hired under the recommendation of Benny Parsons.
- Harvick also tied Benny Parsons for the fewest laps led by a Daytona 500 winner; Parsons won the race in 1975 (Harvick's birth year) after leading just four laps.
- He later took several races off to work as a color commentator for TNT's Nextel Cup coverage, replacing Benny Parsons after Parsons lost his battle with cancer.
- Benny Parsons drove the first eleven races of the season, with the car renumbered 35; Darrell Waltrip was hired to drive Hendrick's third car at this time.
- For 2007, with the passing of Benny Parsons, Petty would join TNT for six races, dubbed their "Summer Series".
- Biffle dominated the series championship that winter, leading former ESPN announcer and NASCAR champion, Benny Parsons, to recommend the driver to Jack Roush.
- In 1987, Benny Parsons drove for Hendrick's second team as a replacement for Tim Richmond.
- : Benny Parsons was scheduled to be the color commentator, but was to drive an Oldsmobile in the 1986 Summer 500.
- Benny Parsons who was driving the third place car, was over a lap behind the disabled cars.
- Pearson took the lead back from Benny Parsons on lap 177 and began to pull away.
- He won seven races, including the Winston 500 by 0.17 seconds over Benny Parsons.
- The team ran Fords with Roush Yates Engines and used the number 98 to honor the memory of Benny Parsons.
- Unser also broadcast several NASCAR events between 1986–1992 alongside Page and Benny Parsons.
- commentary that accompanies it, however, is dubbed from commentary by Benny Parsons of Steve Grissom's crash in the 1997 Primestar 500 (part of the NASCAR Winston Cup series).
- When NBC acquired rights to the second half of the NASCAR season, Bestwick was joined by Benny Parsons and Wally Dallenbach, Jr. as the network's full-time broadcast team.
- Wilkes County local, Benny Parsons, ended the day in Victory Lane after leading the final 92 laps.
- It featured only thirteen participants, and was won by Benny Parsons.
- Benny Parsons and Jimmy Pardue were two other notable NASCAR drivers from Wilkes.
- Benny Parsons led six laps and finished second.
- In the Northwestern Bank 400 of 1979, Benny Parsons won the pole.
- The team has fielded cars in the past for many NASCAR drivers, including Hall of Famers Jeff Gordon, Mark Martin, Terry Labonte, Darrell Waltrip and Benny Parsons and other notables such as Geoff Bodine, Tim Richmond, Ricky Rudd, Ken Schrader, Ricky Craven, Joe Nemechek, Kyle Busch, Casey Mears, Brian Vickers, Kasey Kahne, and Dale Earnhardt Jr.
- Dave Marcis finished fourth, two laps down, and Benny Parsons rounded out the top five.
- Only the top three, Yarborough, Richard Petty and Benny Parsons finished on the lead lap.
- Kyle Petty replaced the late and great Benny Parsons, and also drove and did commentary from his car during the June 24 race at Sonoma, which turned out at the outset of the race to be rather embarrassing as he uttered "fuck" in a replay of how he was involved in an accident.
- Later, he was teamed with Ned Jarrett and Benny Parsons.
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