NASCAR's Most Wanted™: The Top 10 Book of Outrageous Drivers, Wild Wrecks and Other Oddities

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Potomac Books Incorporated, Jul 1, 2001 - Sports & Recreation - 304 pages
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Tim Flock once raced with a monkey in his car. When the 1961 Western North Carolina 500 was declared over after only 250 miles because of a deteriorating track surface, 4,000 fans held the drivers hostage. Driver Lloyd Seay was shot and killed by a cousin in a dispute over payment for a load of sugar used in their moonshining operation. One of NASCAR’s earliest tracks, in Daytona, Florida, used a beach for one straightaway and a public highway for the other.

Containing fifty lists of the top-ten drivers, tracks, finishes, technological innovations, and so on, NASCAR's Most Wanted™ will inform and amuse diehard fans and newcomers to the fast-growing, always exciting world of stock car racing.

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Jim McLaurin writes about auto racing for THESTATE.COM, South Carolina's home page. He won the writer-of-the-year awards of the National Motorsports Press Association in 1993 and 1999 and of the International Hot Rod Association in 1983. He lives near Columbia, South Carolina.

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