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Sentences forDavid Pearson (racing driver)
- He was given the No. 95 as a number but Waltrip preferred car No. 17 because his hero, David Pearson, had success with the number in earlier years.
- Before the race started back up, NASCAR legend David Pearson (Larry's father), who was also racing that day, withdrew from the race and went down to the hospital to see his son.
- Overall, 26 different drivers have won the race, with David Pearson holding the record for most victories in the race with five.
- Petty and David Pearson were racing on the last lap out of turn 4 in the Daytona 500.
- The second driver out was David Pearson.
- (Waltrip refused to drive for a team in 1987 because its sponsor was associated with alcoholic beverages.) Sections were also named in honor of the Allison family and David Pearson as part of the renaming of grandstands.
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