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Fred Lorenzen

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Wood Brothers Team Preparing To Race For A Second Car Owner Championship

Speedway Digest (press release) (blog)
Ryan Blaney and the No. 21 Motorcraft/Quick Lane team head to Bristol Motor Speedway looking for a strong run to build momentum as Blaney prepares himself to battle for his first championship in NASCAR's elite division while his Wood Brothers team is ...

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Statistical Advance: Analyzing the Bass Pro Shops NRA Night Race

ESPN
12 different drivers have posted consecutive poles at Bristol Motor Speedway; Mark Martin is the only driver of the 10 to win four consecutive poles at Bristol: Fireball Roberts (swept 1962), Fred Lorenzen (swept 1963), Richard Petty (1967-'68), Bobby ...



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Mario Andretti's Team Tried to Sabotage Him from Winning the Daytona 500

RoadandTrack.com
His Holman Moody teammate Fred Lorenzen, however, was a different story. The Illinois product was among NASCAR's best in the 1960s. As the tip of the Ford's stock car spear, Lorenzen and Holman Moody became an instant threat to win Daytona when ...

1964 Food City 500 Winner Fred Lorenzen News

Countdown to Daytona: Why Richard Petty didn't run the seventh running of the 500

FOXSports.com
As a result, there were just two Plymouths and three Dodges entered in the 1965 Daytona 500, which saw Fred Lorenzen win and Fords and Mercurys take the top 11 spots. Interestingly, the seventh running of the Daytona 500 was the second shortest ever, ...

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