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Waid’s World: In The Past Junior Johnson Dominance on Short Tracks – Even Bristol – Was Routine

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Graphic: Jared Haas

During the decade of the 1970s, NASCAR was a much smaller, less complicated regional sport confined, mostly, to its birthplace south of the Mason-Dixon Line. Stock car racing certainly did not have the coast-to-coast recognition it has today. Fans were far fewer in number, although intensely loyal, and media presence was sparse. Prior to the …

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