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NASCAR: The Evolution Of The Sport (1990-1994)

The 1990 NASCAR Winston Cup season arrived with NASCAR's wheels churning progressively forward. Several motivated, energetic, youthful drivers were pressing the seasoned veterans for membership in the elite status of NASCAR Winston Cup racing. A number of the old warriors were conceding to Father Time as they fell further and further behind the newcomers, and the heated race for the championship would be decided by only 26 points. Dale Earnhardt cut a tire on the final lap, allowing for Derrike Cope to post his first NASCAR Winston Cup win in the Daytona 500. Cope edged Terry Labonte by two car lengths.  Cope proved his Daytona 500 victory was no fluke by steering the No. 10 Purolator Chevrolet to a convincing win in the June 3 Budweiser 5...

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