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Sentences forGrant Adcox
- During pitstops at Lap 105 crewman Don Miller lost a leg when he was hit by the spinning car of rookie Grant Adcox.
- On lap 203, Grant Adcox struck the wall and suffered a heart attack and severe head injuries.
- Grant Adcox crashed heavily on lap 198 of the event and died of major chest and head injuries, also suffering a heart attack as result of the crash.
- The race was chaotic as a ten-car melee erupted on the third lap and a vicious two-car crash in Turn Four eliminated Grant Adcox and Ramo Stott.
- Late in the race Grant Adcox spun out and was hit in the driver side by Ramo Stott in Turn Four.
- Lund qualified as first alternate; when Grant Adcox's car was withdrawn from the event, Lund was in and after a short track event that Saturday was flown down in Bobby Allison's private airplane.
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