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February 28, 1972 | Robert F. Jones
August 09, 1971 | Roy Blount
Like motorists everywhere, Richard Petty climbed into his blue Plymouth and went for a ride. This one was called the Dixie 500. He won it, a $20,560 purse, and became the richest stock-car racer in history
May 17, 1971
Sporting Stomachs: bigHere is Mario Sajdak of Chicago about to consume 36 oysters liberally sprinkled with clams, 12 crabs, a tureen of vegetable soup, six broiled lobsters, a salad for four—also four servings of...
February 22, 1971 | Robert F. Jones
Factory support was down and motel vacancy signs were up, but in an exciting race Plymouth's perennial hero won his third Daytona 500
October 19, 1970 | Kim Chapin
Victory-starved Lee Roy Yarbrough outlasted faster rivals to win a big race for Mercury at Charlotte, N.C.