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@nascarcasm: Other things in racing that last 12 hours, like Sebring  By @nascarcasm | Friday, March 17, 2017  Watching Rusty Wallace's NASCAR Hall Of Fame induction speech on your DVR if you play it at 3X.  Photo: 7 / 11

@nascarcasm: Other things in racing that last 12 hours, like Sebring By @nascarcasm | Friday, March 17, 2017 Watching Rusty Wallace's NASCAR Hall Of Fame induction speech on your DVR if you play it at 3X. Photo: 7 / 11

FOX Sports redesigns NASCAR coverage for 2016 | FOX Sports

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Top 40 Daytona 500 performers of all time: Davey Allison: The son of Bobby and nephew of Donnie Allison, Davey Allison was a tremendous restrictor‐plate racer, winning the 1992 Daytona 500 and finishing second to his father in 1988. Davey surely would have posted bigger numbers, but he made just seven Daytona 500 starts before perishing in a helicopter crash at Talladega in 1993.

Top 40 Daytona 500 performers of all time: Davey Allison: The son of Bobby and nephew of Donnie Allison, Davey Allison was a tremendous restrictor‐plate racer, winning the 1992 Daytona 500 and finishing second to his father in 1988. Davey surely would have posted bigger numbers, but he made just seven Daytona 500 starts before perishing in a helicopter crash at Talladega in 1993.

Top 40 Daytona 500 performers of all time:     Darrell Waltrip:   One of the most famous victories of all‐time came for D.W. in 1989, when he ended 17 years of frustration by nursing home his Hendrick Motorsports Chevrolet to victory with just enough fuel in the tank to win. In Victory Lane, Waltrip performed the “Ickey Shuffle,” a dance named after Cincinnati Bengals running back Ickey Woods.

Top 40 Daytona 500 performers of all time: Darrell Waltrip: One of the most famous victories of all‐time came for D.W. in 1989, when he ended 17 years of frustration by nursing home his Hendrick Motorsports Chevrolet to victory with just enough fuel in the tank to win. In Victory Lane, Waltrip performed the “Ickey Shuffle,” a dance named after Cincinnati Bengals running back Ickey Woods.

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