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Rusty Wallace

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Opinion: These 5 tracks should be added to the Cup schedule

Progress Index
Why it works: Designed with influence from former NASCAR Cup champion Rusty Wallace, this short track in Newton, Iowa sports a superspeedway look with wide straightaways and an appetizing portion of two- to-four-wide, side-by-side racing.

1989 Food City 500 Winner Rusty Wallace News

This Abandoned Race Track Shows What Happens When Humans Just Disappear

The Drive
The high-banked half-mile oval opened in 1969 and hosted races every single year until its closure in 2008, helping to launch the careers of NASCAR drivers like Rusty Wallace and Clint Bowyer, and short track legend Larry Phillips. The speedway hosted ...

1989 Food City 500 Winner Rusty Wallace News

Up to Speed: No More Road Course Favorites

Frontstretch.com (blog)
Before that, winners at the Glen included Rudd, Rusty Wallace, Tim Richmond and Ernie Irvan. Turning back to Sonoma, the list of winners there includes many of the same names. Wallace, Irvan, Rudd and Martin combined to win six of the first nine races ...

1989 Food City 500 Winner Rusty Wallace News

Legacy on track: New Smyrna Speedway celebrates 50 years of racing

Daytona Beach News-Journal
A variety of Hall of Fame-caliber drivers used NSS to help launch their racing careers including Kyle Busch, Bobby Allison, Tony Stewart, Mark Martin, Rusty Wallace, Neil Bonnett, Donnie Allison and more recently, current points leader, Kyle Larson.

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