Nascar drivers similar to or like Lee Petty

American stock car racing driver who competed during the 1950s and 1960s. Wikipedia

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    American stock car racer. Two-time NASCAR series champion. Wikipedia

  • Buck Baker

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  • Richard Petty

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  • Herb Thomas

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  • American stock car racing driver. Inducted into the Motorsports Hall of Fame of America in 2009 after winning NASCAR's Grand National Series championships in 1962 and 1963, three AMA Grand National Championships, and two NASCAR Modified championships. Wikipedia

  • Junior Johnson

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    • Petty, his father Lee, and Chrysler Corporation faced lawsuits totaling more than $1 million, though Petty and his team came to settlements with the lawsuits within 1 month of the suits being filed.Richard Petty-Wikipedia
    • Its finish was as startling as the track itself: Lee Petty beat Johnny Beauchamp in a photo finish that took three days to adjudicate.Daytona International Speedway-Wikipedia
    • That occasion was only the second time that a father had raced against two sons – Lee Petty and his two sons Richard and Maurice had previously accomplished the feat.Dale Earnhardt Jr.-Wikipedia
    • He is the son of racer Richard Petty, grandson of racer Lee Petty, and father of racer Adam Petty, who was killed in a crash during practice in May 2000.Kyle Petty-Wikipedia
    • In 1953, the track began hosting the Grand National Series with Lee Petty winning that first race in Richmond.Richmond Raceway-Wikipedia
    • The championship tied Pearson with Lee Petty for the most championships in NASCAR history (Richard Petty, Dale Earnhardt and Jimmie Johnson hold the current record with seven titles each).David Pearson (racing driver)-Wikipedia

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