KULWICKI AND ALLISON LEFT LASTING LEGACIES ON AND OFF TRACK

CHARLOTTE, N.C. _ The NASCAR Hall of Fame was abuzz Saturday afternoon as NASCAR personalities, media members and fans gathered inside the Great Hall for the unveiling of their newest exhibit: Short Careers, Lasting Legacy. The exhibit included the cars of the late Tim Richmond, Davey Allison and Alan Kulwicki and also featured team owners Bondy Long and Carl Kiekaefer, as well as drivers Billy and Bobby Myers and fourth generation driver Adam Petty. Each of these men left their mark on NASCAR, ...

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REMEMBERING NOV. 15, 1992 IN ATLANTA, ONE HECK OF A SEASON FINALE

I was so cold.The kind of cold where my toes and fingertips ached. My teeth had a consistently slight chatter. My back shivered most of the day and just would not stop. The wind was constant and the air was bitter in the shade. And yet this discomfort was not the foremost memory I was left with from this weekend. I describe the physical feeling I tolerated from the top row of the turn one grandstands in Atlanta during the 1992 NASCAR Cup season finale. The historical impact of what I had witness ...

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NASCAR JOURNALIST STEVE WAID LOOKS FORWARD

Alan Kulwicki stood in the lobby of the Waldorf Astoria hotel in New York City. And he was only standing, with no purpose, no destination and no focus. Anyone who knew Kulwicki would say this was not like him. He always had drive in everything he did. It was December, around 1990, and the NASCAR Cup Series was in town for the annual championship banquet. Beat writer Steve Waid asked him what he was doing. “Nothing. Nowhere to go,” replied Kulwicki. “Ever seen Times Square?&rdqu ...

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