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  • The name originally chosen for the series was National Stock Car Racing Association; when it was pointed out that that name was already in use by a rival sanctioning body, "National Association for Stock Car Auto Racing", proposed by mechanic Red Vogt, was selected as the organization's name.NASCAR-Wikipedia
  • After 69 days of conversations and ideas, the meeting adjourned on February 21, 1948 with the formation of the National Stock Car Racing Association (NSCRA), but was later renamed to NASCAR after it turned out that there was another sanctioning body by that name.Streamline Hotel-Wikipedia
  • Racing resumed after the war; Lakewood became the premier track on the National Stock Car Racing Association circuit.Lakewood Speedway-Wikipedia
  • The race was run on the same day as competitor NSCRA, operated by NASCAR founder Bill France, Sr.'s rival Bruton Smith, held a race in Atlanta.1949 NASCAR Strictly Stock Series inaugural race-Wikipedia
  • He was the winner of the 1946 stock car racing championship, and later won the 1949 National Stock Car Racing Association championship.Ed Samples-Wikipedia
  • Ed Samples (January 31, 1921 – June 10, 1991) was a pioneering American stock car driver, who competed in NSCRA and NASCAR events in the 1940s and early 1950s.Ed Samples-Wikipedia
  • Floyd Sam Nunis (December 16, 1903 – February 1, 1980) was a pioneering figure in American stock car racing, being involved in both the American Automobile Association and the National Stock Car Racing Association.Sam Nunis-Wikipedia
  • In 1949, Smith took over the National Stock Car Racing Association (NSCRA), one of several fledgling stock-car sanctioning bodies and a direct competitor to the recently founded NASCAR, and announced that the series, which sanctioned races across Tennessee, Georgia and North Carolina, would establish a "Strictly Stock" division that year; some believe this caused Bill France, Sr., NASCAR's founder, to accelerate his plans for his own Strictly Stock division, which would later become Winston Cup Series and is now known as the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series; it also touched off a rivalry between Smith and the France family.Bruton Smith-Wikipedia
  • He primarily promoted races at Lakewood Speedway near Atlanta in Georgia, both under AAA sanction and under the aegis of the National Stock Car Racing Association, which he co-operated along with Weyman Milam between 1946 and 1951.Sam Nunis-Wikipedia
  • In 1946, Samples won the first stock car race promoted by Bill France, Sr. held outside Daytona Beach, Florida, an event held on Independence Day at Greenville-Pickens Speedway; the win, among others the inaugural National Championship Stock Car Circuit (NCSCC) event, run on the beach at Daytona on June 30 of that year, allowed Samples to be declared the 1946 national champion of stock car racing, a consensus decision among officers of the NCSCC, the National Stock Car Racing Association, and the U.S. Stock Car Drivers Association, defeating Roy Hall and Bob Flock for the title.Ed Samples-Wikipedia

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