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Topic - Dick Trickle
Mark Martin received a piece of advice very early in his career from Dick Trickle that he's never forgotten.
Carl Edwards captured the pole for the Sprint All-Star race at Charlotte Motor Speedway, paying tribute to the late Dick Trickle along the way.
There is that lasting image of Dick Trickle in the Winston 500 lighting up a cigarette while driving his stock car with his knees during a caution lap.
Bodine said there was only one way to describe Trickle, a native of Wisconsin Rapids, Wis.