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  • David Pearson (racing driver)

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  • Cale Yarborough

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    • Waltrip's partnership with car owner Junior Johnson led to huge success with three national championships and 43 Winston Cup wins.Darrell Waltrip-Wikipedia
    • Waltrip's success driving the Junior Johnson prepared cars came immediately and even surpassed the highly successful years he had with DiGard.Darrell Waltrip-Wikipedia
    • Stricklin moved to the Junior Johnson & Associates team halfway through 1992 and Raybestos left at the end of the year to the Stavola Brothers No. 8 team.Bobby Allison-Wikipedia
    • In 1973, he starred as Junior Jackson in The Last American Hero, a film based on the true story of NASCAR driver Junior Johnson.Jeff Bridges-Wikipedia
    • Before season's end, he announced he was leaving Hagan's team to drive the No. 11 Budweiser-sponsored Chevrolet for Junior Johnson's team the next year.Terry Labonte-Wikipedia
    • His last race was in a Junior Johnson-built 1982 Buick Regal in the Atlanta Journal 500 on November 7, 1982, a month before his death.Marty Robbins-Wikipedia

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