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MotorHeadline: The boozy beginnings of NASCAR

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While NASCAR has fans all over the United States, it is truly a Southern sport, and one that was the product of illegal activity that grew out of the "day jobs"...

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  1. Scott, good article. You wrote of Dawsonville, make sure you include a trip to the GA Racing Hall of Fame next time you are in that area. Hopefully they are still running a well made video depicting the ‘running of shine down highway 9’. Lots of GA racing history to see in there.

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