The Winston Cup

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MetroBooks, 2000 - Transportation - 176 pages
In 1973, the premiere division of NASCAR racing, until then called Grand National, came to be known as the Winston Cup series. With the cigarette giant's sponsorship, NASCAR entered the modern age. Since then, some of the greatest drivers and mechanics in the world have made a name for themselves battling for victory along the tracks of the stock car racing circuit. The Winston Cup captures all the excitement and history of bumper-to-bumper NASCAR action.

With thrilling accounts of modern stock car racing action and full-bore, fuel-injected photographs of the greatest cars, stars, and races, The Winston Cup is the ultimate guide to what has become one of the most popular automotive sports in the world.

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A lifetime fan of stock car racing, Duane Falk is a freelance writer who specializes in the history of NASCAR. Also the designer of a game based on the rules of stock car racing, Falk lives and writes in Pittsburgh.

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