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- SALUTE TO SPEEDDaytona's classic produced a triple hero, added fuel to a feud, and fired up a mobKenneth Rudeen | March 05, 1956
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Racing's starting line
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August 20, 1956
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March 05, 1956 | Kenneth Rudeen
Daytona's classic produced a triple hero, added fuel to a feud, and fired up a mob