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Darrell Waltrip - NASCAR Career - Junior Johnson Years: 1981–1986
14 pole positions in each year, and his first two NASCAR Winston Cup Championships, in 1981 and 1982 ... Years later, Waltrip would be voted by NASCAR fans "Most Popular Driver", two years in a row, (1989, 1990) ... success driving for Junior Johnson through the 1986 NASCAR Winston Cup season, winning his third NASCAR Winston Cup Championship, in 1985, winning the inaugural all-star race, The ...
Winston, Suffolk
52.208°N 1.193°E / 52.208 1.193 Winston Winston Population 160 District Mid Suffolk Shire county Suffolk Region East Country England Sovereign state United Kingdom Police Suffolk Fire Suffolk ... The parish also contains the villages of Winston Green and Fenn Street ... There is a church and an old school room, and every year there is a Winston Village Fete ...
Curb Agajanian Performance Group - NASCAR Winston Cup
... The 43 car began running when Curb began fielding NASCAR entries in 1984 ... Petty won his final two Cup races with the team and finished tenth in the final championship standings ... This would be Dillon's Cup Series debut ...
IROC XIV - Roster and Total Points
... Position Driver Points Winnings Series 1 Dale Earnhardt 60 $175,000 NASCAR Winston Cup 2 Al Unser, Jr ... Brundle 41 $50,000 World Endurance Championship 4 Mark Martin 37 $45,000 NASCAR Winston Cup 5 Terry Labonte 36 $40,000 NASCAR Winston Cup 6 Emerson ...
Chevrolet Chevelle Laguna - NASCAR - Highlights
... Third generation Chevelle NASCAR Winston Cup highlights March 25, 1973 Southeastern 500-Cale Yarborough, back in NASCAR's fold after a two-year exile in USAC Indy Cars, drives Junior Johnson's #11 Chevrolet Chevelle ... Parsons and his Chevelle hold on to win the NASCAR Winston Cup Grand National champ­ionship ... May 10, 1975 Music City USA 420-Darrell Waltrip racks up his first career NASCAR Winston Cup Grand National victory in his #17 Laguna with a two-lap ...

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