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  • The fastest track is Talladega Superspeedway, where the record average speed is 188.354 mph and the record qualifying lap is 212.809 mph, set by Bill Elliott in 1987.NASCAR Cup Series-Wikipedia
  • Ironically, when Bill Elliott's backup car failed during practice for the pit crew championship, Elliott drove that backup car for his No.Richard Childress Racing-Wikipedia
  • On December 5, 2013, Earnhardt won the Most Popular Driver Award for the 11th consecutive year, breaking Bill Elliott's record, who scored 10 straight awards from 1991 to 2000.Dale Earnhardt Jr.-Wikipedia
  • Even though 15 straight years of Earnhardt being most popular driver is a NASCAR record, he is second all-time to Bill Elliott, who has 16 most popular driver awards, including 10 straight.Dale Earnhardt Jr.-Wikipedia
  • The prize was only won twice; Bill Elliott won in 1985, Darrell Waltrip nearly won in 1989, Dale Jarrett nearly won in 1996, and Jeff Gordon won in 1997.NASCAR Cup Series-Wikipedia
  • During Winston 500 qualifying, Bill Elliott established a world stock-car record when he posted a speed of 212.809 mph.NASCAR Cup Series-Wikipedia

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