In the 1993 Pontiac Excitement 400 at Richmond International Raceway, driver Davey Allison earned his 19th and final career win before his sudden death.
From his humble beginnings as a floor sweeper at Holman Moody, to elite engine builder, to championship owner, learn more about NASCAR Hall of Fame nominee Robert Yates.
Dale Earnhardt wins the title, and Rusty Wallace wins the final race of 1993 in Atlanta as the pay tribute to the loss of Alan Kulwicki and Davey Allison .
Bobby Allison reflects on his racing career and the family that helped him get through it.
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A statistical lookahead to the first of two Sprint Cup Series stops at Richmond