- Author:Eric Ethan
- Publisher:Gareth Stevens Pub (September 1, 1998)
- Subcategory:Literature & Fiction
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Miller 400. by Eric Ethan.
Miller 400. Format:Library Binding. ISBN13:9780836821390.
Action photographs by noted NASCAR photographers Cameras In Action provide a nearly firsthand All the thrills and excitement of stock car racing come to life in this colorful new series about six championship races. Readers will learn about each race's history, the track it is raced on, how winning cars are built, what it takes to be a champion driver, and much more.
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Miller American 400. Quicken Loans 400. Venue. 1969: NASCAR's debut at Michigan International Speedway was a 500-miler where the lead changed 35 times and writer Benny Phillips wrote afterward, "If they gave an Oscar for NASCAR's most exciting race, it would win hands down. Michigan International Speedway. Cale Yarborough escaped to the win when LeeRoy Yarbrough crashed on the final lap. 1970: A scoring controversy marred Cale Yarborough's rally to edge Pete Hamilton in a four-lap battle to the flag.
Describes the Miller 400, the first race sanctioned by the National Association for Stock Car Auto Racing (NASCAR) in 1969 and held annually at the Michigan Speedway in Brooklyn, Michigan. 1984 Firecracker 400-Richard Petty's 200th Victory.
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The 1986 Miller High Life 400 was a NASCAR Winston Cup Series race that was held on February 23, 1986, at Richmond Fairgrounds Raceway (now Richmond Raceway) in Richmond, Virginia. Almost the entire grid was born in the United States of America; Canadian Trevor Boys was the only foreigner.