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Topic - Richard Petty
Richard Petty, still mourning the death of his wife, skipped the short trip to Martinsville Speedway to watch his team compete.
The King was holding court, trying to explain why the words of a driver who has been retired since 1992 carry as much weight today as they did back in the day when Winston was the name of the Cup game.
Richard Petty stood by his comments that Danica Patrick can't win a Cup race and the Hall of Famer said it was unfair he has been labeled a sexist.
The seven-time champion also said Patrick only gets attention because she's a woman, but added that publicity is good for NASCAR.
Dale Jarrett had no idea what crazy things Blake Shelton might say as the country music star inducted him into the NASCAR Hall of Fame.
Rick Hendrick remembers the stress-filled days in 2001 when he was trying to launch a new team with an unproven driver.
It took Jimmie Johnson just 13 races into his rookie season with Hendrick Motorsports to prove to his team he was a rare talent.
Back on top with only two NASCAR greats left to catch, Jimmie Johnson won his sixth championship in eight years Sunday and staked his claim as one of the most dominant competitors in sports history.
Richard Petty normally hands over the keys to a race car to driver Aric Almirola.
NASCAR honored a pair of its most famous and successful families with inductions into the Hall of Fame on Wednesday.
Chipper Jones can cross another item off his post-baseball bucket list.
When Richard Petty casts his ballot for the NASCAR Hall of Fame's next class, the seven-time champion driver knows one name that will certainly be on his _ Maurice Petty, his brother and chief engine builder.
Army Staff Sgt. Fabian Hall grew up watching his grandmother cook. And learning how to do cook himself.
It's good to be king. It's even better to be The King.
Jeff Gordon is back at the track where he made his Cup debut 20 years ago.
"These are the people that are keeping me in business," he said. "It takes everything to make it work."
"That would be good," a grinning Petty said. "It's been a while since I've been on the track. But I think I could come back a little bit."