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Encyclopedia > Winston Cup

The NASCAR Championship is the championship held in NASCAR's top stock car racing series. The championship is currently known as the Nextel Cup. From 1972 through 2003, it was called the Winston Cup; before 1972, it was known as the Grand National.


Previous NASCAR season champions and earnings (USD):

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Nextel Cup

Winston Cup

Grand National

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Nascar Winston Cup Scene (1190 words)
Winston Cup Scene has given us permission to post a copy of the following article that appeared in their September 7, 2000 issue.
Selberg, from his years as a crew chief, knew there was a need for someone to serve as a go-between for a person who wanted to leave a team, but didn't want to be seen talking to a possible new employer.
Hubner said everyone wants to work in Winston Cup but they need to realize that's not realistic, especially in the driving department.
Racelinecentral: NASCAR Winston Cup Series Dale Earnhardt Crash Story (1580 words)
The beloved Intimidator of NASCAR's Winston Cup series crashed hard into the wall during Sunday's final lap at the Daytona 500.
It was the greatest finish ever for Dale Earnhardt, Inc. But by then, the seven-time Winston Cup champion was already gone, slumped in the driver's seat of his Richard Childress-owned Goodwrench Chevrolet.
And as a hoarse Michael Waltrip deliriously celebrated his first NASCAR Winston Cup victory, he was barely aware that his car owner had even crashed.
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