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WCWork of the Chariot Trust
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WCWeyman Copenhagen (Copenhagen Snuff)
WCWanaruah Custodians (Australia)
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Winner of the Winston cup three times, as well as 37 Superspeedway victories, among many other racing achievements, Darrell was deservedly inducted into the NASCAR Hall of Fame and the International Motorsports Hall of Fame.
Even though he garnered $61,725 in prize money at 28 Winston Cup events, it wasn't enough to support his family and fuel a career.
Hemmingson notes, for example, that the transmissions he builds for drag racing are entirely different animals from the ones he builds for Winston Cup or the Busch Series.
Since 1992, the company specializes in creating cylinder heads for Indy and Winston Cup cars.
Joe Gibbs Racing driver Tony Stewart, the 2005 NASCAR(R) NEXTEL Cup Champion and winner of the 2002 Winston Cup title, won the Pepsi 400 at Daytona International Speedway to round out the four consecutive wins.
To its credit, Hendrick Motorsports currently holds two of the top 10 positions in the Winston Cup 2003 standings.
Love him or hate him (and legions of NASCAR fans have done plenty of both), Gordon's unparalleled racing feats (including winning 40 races and 3 Winston Cup championships between 1995 and 1998) were accompanied by a managed professionalism off the track that set unprecedented standards for driver/sponsor relations.
Reynolds, makers of the Winston cigarette brand, had sponsored the North American Stock Car Racing's (NASCAR) Winston Cup. When American legislation brought such tobacco-related sponsorship to an end, it paved the way for telecommunications company, Nextel, to step in with its well-endowed cheque book.
In 1993 he made his debut in stock car racing by winning Rookie of the Year honors, and two years later he won the first of his four Winston Cup championships--the youngest driver to do so in modern times.
It represents Dale's seven Winston Cup victories, spanning his 26 years of racing the black Chevrolet.
Images of good ol' boys aside, there is the story of Wendell Scott, the first African American driver/owner who raced from 1961 to 1972 in the Grand National Division, the precursor to the Winston Cup Series.