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The women involved in auto racing
Since the beginning of stock car auto racing, women have been making important contributions to the sport from inside the car and the garage as well as those who work behind the scenes at the tracks and with the teams. Here are some of the names of those women who have worked hard for the success of NASCAR.

Meet the first families of NASCAR
There are not many sports in the United States that can boast the rich family heritage that has been part of NASCAR since its inception. Some of the the more famous names such as Petty, Earnhardt and France go back to the days of racing on the beach at Daytona while others such as Bodine and Green represent current sibling rivalries that makes the sport interesting for fans to follow.

See what the legends had to say
During NASCAR's celebration of its fifthtieth anniversary, fans had the chance to chat with some of the figures that took the sport from a fledgling racing circuit to the national phenomenon it is today. The late Tim Flock, Richard Petty and Ned Jarrett are but a few of the legends that stopped by NASCAR Online to chat with fans about their experiences and insight into the sport. Take a look back at what they had to say.

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