(April 1, 1998)
Bobby Isaac's 1969 Dodge Daytona was a dominating force from its first few laps on the race track all the way through its retirement. In its debut in the third race of the 1969 season, Isaac qualified in the top-10, and things only got better from there. In the second 125-mile qualifying race prior to the Daytona 500 Isaac, who had qualified second, won with an average speed of over 151 mph.
(April 15, 1998)
You won't find Buddy Arrington's name up among the all-time winners in NASCAR Winston Cup Grand National history. In fact, Arrington never won a race in 24 years, and his best career finish was third -- he did that twice, in 1965 and '79.
(April 22, 1998)
Whenever the greatest racing stock cars of all time are discussed, a particular make that is rarely if ever mentioned is American Motors Corp., or AMC. They'd make an argument to present the 1974 AMC Matador. For a three-season period in the 1970s, car owner Roger Penske believed in and proved the power of the Matador.
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