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NASCAR 101: Surprise Victories in the Coke Zero 400 Are Nothing New

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In many ways, the Coke Zero 400 is an inferior race to the Daytona 500. While the 400-mile race is run on the same track and under the lights, it’s not held to the same level of prestige as the season-opening event. Only Daytona 500 victors are said to be champions of Daytona International Speedway. Still, …

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That’s History Profile: Greg Sacks

The Modified Series has produced a number of drivers over the years; Geoff Bodine, Jimmy Spencer, Ron and Ken Bouchard, and Ricky Craven to name a few. Sacks was as successful as these drivers in the early ’80s, having won 17 events from 1980-1983, including the 1982 Stafford Motor Speedway track championship; the same year Bodine would win Rookie of the Year honors in NASCAR’s premier division. Sacks got his break in the Cup Series by way of his father, making his start in the 1983 Firecracker 400. The under-financed effort lasted just 19 laps before the engine let go, leaving Arnie Sacks’ team with a disappointing 38th-place finish.