Who Won the 1993
Wonderful Pistachios 400

Rusty Wallace

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'Made in Japan': Inside NASCAR's historic exhibition race overseas in the 1990s

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ANNOUNCER: Here they come for the checkered flag. Wallace coming down. Gordon on the inside. And as they come to the line, it looks like Earnhardt may have pulled it off. Wow. Rusty Wallace has won, and the battle for second place goes right to the wire.




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'Made in Japan': FS1 documentary explores NASCAR's 1996 race in ...

Autoweek
That's literally what NAS-CAR means in Japanese according to motorsports journalist Kenji Momota in the new "Made in Japan" documentary that premieres ...

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Johnny Sauter: 'Mess with the bull and you get the horns'

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In his first full season in ASA, a series which helped launch the careers of Jimmie Johnson, Rusty Wallace and Mark Martin, Sauter, then 22, scored a record 10 wins in 20 starts in 2001. His performance captured the attention of Richard Childress, who ...

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Statistical Advance

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Five drivers have won consecutive Coors Light poles at New Hampshire: Ken Schrader (1997 sweep); Jeff Gordon (1998-1999); Rusty Wallace (1999-2000); Ryan Newman (twice - 2003-2004 and 2011 sweep) and Juan Pablo Montoya (2009-2010).

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