1970 Daytona 500 driving for Petty Enterprises , passed away Wednesday. He ..... while driving for the iconic Petty Enterprises race team. And for that, his ..... In addition to driving for Petty Enterprises , NASCAR Hall of Fame car owner
fire earlier Saturday at the longtime location of Petty Enterprises in Level Cross, North Carolina, did only minimal ..... Three-time series champion Lee Petty started Petty Enterprises , originally Petty Engineering, as NASCAR, incorporated
Each one of those wins was in a Petty Enterprises prepared cars. But after an ..... Victory would be his last with Petty Enterprises . After the Rockingham race petty announced he was the Petty Enterprises at the end of the 83 season
s first run with the No. 43 truck. After leading the team as crew chief for driver Rich Bickle as part of the Petty Enterprises stable, the Petty family and Cheek will once again team up to put the truck on track. "I am excited to once again
and 28 top-10 finishes. During his seven-year tenure in NASCAR, Massey drove for several teams, including Petty Enterprises and Wood Brothers Racing . Both of his career-best runner-up finishes came with the legendary Wood Brothers organization
Rebel 400 at the track long billed as the "Lady in Black." During his career, Baker scored wins with Owens, Petty Enterprises , Nord Krauskopf, Bud Moore, Ranier and Wood Brothers Racing . His last victory came in 1983 with the Stuart
spanned three and a half decades. In 1971, and for a portion of the 1972 season, Baker competed for the legendary Petty Enterprises organization. Two of his 19 wins came while he was a teammate of seven-time champion Richard Petty. Saturday
Driving the blue Petty Enterprises Plymouth Superbird, Pete Hamilton won the 1970 Daytona 500. See the thrilling action unfold in vintage video.
Maurice Petty explains to Alan Cavanna that it took a team effort to bring Petty Enterprises to the top of NASCAR and be successful.
winner's circle, this time winning at Martinsville Speedway in the No. 43 Pontiac for what was then known as Petty Enterprises . His final NASCAR start came in the 2010 Daytona 500 for Front Row Motorsports. In 1994, Andretti became the first