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  • 3 Hours of Daytona

    3 Hours of Daytona

    Winners Dan Gurney (left) and Stirling Moss (right) pose with 1961 Miss Universe, Marlene Schmidt.

  • Daytona 500
  • Daytona Motorcycle Action
  • NASCAR

    NASCAR

    Wes Morgan, number 57, flips through the air after hitting debris on track, which caused his tire to burst.

  • NASCAR

    NASCAR

    Marvin Panch gathers with his crew after winning the race.

  • NASCAR

    NASCAR

    The damaged car of Lee Petty, number 42, after going over the guardrail on the bank.

  • NASCAR

    NASCAR

    Nelson Stacy, number 29, leads Junior Johnson, number 27.

  • NASCAR

    NASCAR

    Marvin Panch, number 20, sitting on the roof of his car after winning the race with his 2 children, as Miss Autolite gets off the car.

  • NASCAR

    NASCAR

    Fireball Roberts, number 22, leads Joe Weatherly, number 8, and Jim Paschal, number 3.

  • NASCAR

    NASCAR

    Fireball Roberts, number 22, and Joe Weatherly, number 8, lead the field on the pace laps.

  • NASCAR

    NASCAR

    Marvin Panch, number 20, sitting on the roof of his car after winning the race with his wife Bettie Panch.

  • NASCAR

    NASCAR

    Junior Johnson, number 27, and Paul Goldsmith, number 31, lead a group of cars.

  • NASCAR

    NASCAR

    Marvin Panch, number 20, sitting on the roof of his car after winning the race with his 2 children.

  • NASCAR

    NASCAR

    Marvin Panch, number 20, sitting on the roof of his car after winning the race with his 2 children.

  • NASCAR

    NASCAR

    The damaged car of Johnny Beauchamp, number 73, after going over the guardrail on the bank.

  • NASCAR

    NASCAR

    Roscoe Thompson, number 24, leads Jack Smith, number 47, and Fred Lorenzen, number 80, and Nelson Stacy, number 29.

  • NASCAR

    NASCAR

    Wes Morgan, number 57, after flipping several times comes to rest next to Dave Mader's damaged car, number 00.

  • NASCAR

    NASCAR

    Fireball Roberts, number 22, on the outside of Banjo Matthews, number 94.

  • NASCAR Daytona Speedweeks Compact Car Race

    NASCAR Daytona Speedweeks Compact Car Race

    Joe Weatherly drives car number 12 followed by Curtis Turner driving car number 26, both a Ford Falcon.

  • NASCAR Daytona Speedweeks Compact Car Race

    NASCAR Daytona Speedweeks Compact Car Race

    Joe Weatherly drives car number 12 followed by Curtis Turner driving car number 26, both a Ford Falcon.

  • NASCAR Stock Cars

    NASCAR Stock Cars

    Fireball Roberts, number 22, leads Fred Lorenzen, number 28, and Herb Tillman, number 89.

  • NASCAR Stock Cars

    NASCAR Stock Cars

    Larry Frank, number 76, on the outside of Jack Smith, number 46, and leading Bobby Johns, number 72.

  • NASCAR Stock Cars

    NASCAR Stock Cars

    David Pearson being interviewed on top of his car after winnning the race.

  • NASCAR Stock Cars

    NASCAR Stock Cars

    David Pearson sitting on top of his car after winning the race.

  • NASCAR Stock Cars

    NASCAR Stock Cars

    Fireball Roberts, number 22, lost the lead of the race after blowing a tire and spinning on the 83rd lap.

  • NASCAR Stock Cars

    NASCAR Stock Cars

    Fireball Roberts, number 22, and David Pearson, number 3, lead the field on the pace laps.

  • NASCAR Stock Cars

    NASCAR Stock Cars

    David Pearson being interviewed on top of his car after winnning the race.

  • NASCAR Stock Cars

    NASCAR Stock Cars

    Bobby Johns, number 72, leads Stacy Nelson, number 29, and Banjo Matthews.

  • NASCAR Stock Cars

    NASCAR Stock Cars

    David Pearson being interviewed on top of his car after winnning the race.

  • NASCAR Stock Cars

    NASCAR Stock Cars

    Fireball Roberts attempts to reach 180 mph and falls just short at 176 mph.

  • NASCAR Stock Cars

    NASCAR Stock Cars

    Junior Johnson, number 27, leads Ralph Earnhardt, number 6, and David Pearson, number 3.

  • NASCAR Stock Cars

    NASCAR Stock Cars

    Fireball Roberts, number 22, leads a group of cars.

  • Permatex 300
  • Top Speed Attempt

    Top Speed Attempt

    Zora Arkus-Duntov attempts to reach 180 mph and win a $10,000 prize. He ended up reaching only 162 mph.