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Former NASCAR driver who raced from 1958 to 1992 in the former NASCAR Grand National and Winston Cup Series (now called the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series). Wikipedia

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  • J. D. McDuffie

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  • Grant Adcox

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  • Dave Marcis

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  • Neil Bonnett

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  • Cecil Gordon

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  • David Sisco

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  • Junior Johnson

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  • Jimmy Hensley

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  • NASCAR driver and owner. Langley primarily used the number 64 on his race cars during his NASCAR career. Wikipedia

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  • Ray Elder

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  • Richard Petty was tired of winning races but losing the championship, so after a private viewing of Ford's new Talladega and Boss 429 engine, he signed a lucrative deal with Ford.Stock car racing-Wikipedia
  • Initially, the team had planned to field a car for seven-time Cup champion Richard Petty with funding from country music business mogul C.K. Spurlock, but the deal failed to materialize.Hendrick Motorsports-Wikipedia
  • After the Daytona 500, Busch stated that he could "obtain 200 wins from all three national touring series combined" before he retires, which would tie Richard Petty's record.Kyle Busch-Wikipedia
  • The leaders going into the last lap, Cale Yarborough and Donnie Allison, wrecked on the backstretch while dicing for the lead, allowing Richard Petty to pass them both for the win.NASCAR Cup Series-Wikipedia
  • Richard Petty is known as the king of NASCAR with over 200 recorded wins in the series and has competed in 1,184 races in his career.Motorsport-Wikipedia
  • At Pocono, he tied Bill Elliott for the most wins at the track with five, and at Atlanta, he defeated Johnson to claim his 85th career win, third-most of all time behind Richard Petty and David Pearson.Jeff Gordon-Wikipedia

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