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In 1999, two drivers died at New Hampshire International Speedway during test sessions. The drivers threatened to not run the 2000 Dura-Lube 300 unless Something Was NASCAR got out the restrictor plates.

The front row was Bobby Labonte and Jeff Burton. At New Hampshire the flag stand is in the middle of the front stretch. Jeff Burton caught and passed Labonte before Turn 1, then led the entire rest of the race. It was the most boring race I've ever seen.

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Johnny Mantz it was the first southern 500 at darlington, he wasn't on rubber tires so he did not have to pit and lapped everyone 9 times.

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Q: In Nascar has any driver that had the pole ran all the laps and won the race?
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