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  • Joe Nemechek

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  • Stanton Barrett

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  • Ernie Irvan

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  • Todd Bodine

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  • Mike McLaughlin

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  • Tony Raines

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  • Kyle Petty

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  • Brian Vickers

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  • Ted Musgrave

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  • Elliott Sadler

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  • Kevin Lepage

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  • Hermie Sadler

    American professional stock car racing driver, announcer, and professional wrestling promoter from Emporia, Virginia. Currently a NASCAR driver with occasional appearances for the Virginia Lottery at Martinsville Speedway, Richmond International Raceway, and Bristol Motor Speedway; in 2019, he drove the No. 93 Chevrolet Camaro in the NASCAR Xfinity Series for RSS Racing. Wikipedia

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