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He's the only active driver to have raced in the decade of the '60s, '70s, '80s and '90s. Laurderdale, is held at the 2-mile dirt Broward County Speedway in south Florida. It's in a lap, mile race at the half-mile dirt Charlotte N. Fairgrounds Speedway.
March 1, -- James Hylton gets the first of his two career victories, this one in a lap, mile race at the. Fairgrounds Raceway. But Wallace must wait until inspectors pore over his Ford's engine before the victory is certified the next morning. He's best-known for winning the Daytona March 4, -- Wendell Scott of Danville, Va.
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March 5, -- David Pearson wins the Carolina at the N. Motor Speedway near Rockingham. March 6, -- Four days after being flagged third, Lee Petty is certified as the winner of a lap, mile dirt-track race at Concord, N. March 7, -- Davey Allison, one of the sport's most popular drivers, gets the last of his 19 career victories, this one over Rusty Wallace and Alan Kulwicki at Richmond International Raceway. March 8, -- Bill France, who operates a local gas station, finishes fifth in the first stock car race ever held in Daytona Beach, Fla.
It's on a course that includes a southbound leg of Highway A1A, then northbound along the beach south of the city. March 9, -- Cale Yarborough wins the Carolina at North Carolina Motor Speedway near Rockingham in his backup car after destroying his primary car in practice.
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The event is postponed for a week by a snow storm. It was his 37th career victory, but only his third on a superspeedway. March 13, -- Only three of the 13 factory-backed cars finish the Peach Blossom at the N.
It's run at Jax Raceway in Jacksonville, Fla. Motor Speedway, the first time the tour goes west of the Mississippi River.
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Jeff Green wins for the Diamond Ridge-owned team. March 17, -- Ralph Moody starts fourth and leads the final laps of a lap race at Wilson N. Speedway, defeating second-place Buck Baker by two laps. It is the fifth and final victory as a driver for Moody, who will go on to earn even greater fame as a car owner with John Holman.