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January 20, 2012
Richie Evans remains the most beloved racer in the history of NASCAR's modified series.
Richie Evans was famous for driving an orange-colored car for most of his career.
A 1989 victory at Atlanta Motor Speedway is one of Darrell Waltrip's 84 Cup victories.
Darrell Waltrip's career includes three Cup Series titles.
Cale Yarborough's three straight NASCAR Cup Series titles from 1976 to 1978 was unmatched prior to Jimmie Johnson's streak of five in a row.
Cale Yarborough's 84 victories rank him sixth all-time.
Dale Inman is credited with revolutionizing the crew chief position in NASCAR.
Glen Wood helped form Wood Brothers Racing, which has won a total of 98 races since its inception.
Glen Wood will join Richard Petty in the NASCAR Hall of Fame.
Dale Inman and Richard Petty combined to win 27 races during the 1967 season, including 10 in a row.
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