place to work on his car. Relationship form that a few years later would turn the racing world upside down. In 1949 Marshall Teague and it's fabulous Hudson hornet with the class act in grand national racing. Its roots were in the good old boy
200-lapper held on a half-mile dirt oval in the L.A. suburb of Gardena and won by Daytona Beach's very own Marshall Teague . In all, the great state of California has played host to 97 Cup races from Sacramento to Eureka, only 13 of which
Cantrell, Chuck Stevenson, Dick Rathmann (13 NASCAR wins), Jim Rathmann, Johnny Mantz (1 NASCAR win), Len Sutton, Lloyd Ruby, Marshall Teague (7 NASCAR wins), Mike Magill, Paul Goldsmith (9 NASCAR wins), Rodger Ward, Troy Ruttman.
hometown Owensboro. 6. Florida Top five drivers: 1. Bobby Allison 2. Fireball Roberts 3. LeeRoy Yarbrough 4. Marshall Teague 5. Red Farmer Cup titles: 1 (Bobby Allison '83) Current drivers: 1 (Joe Nemechek) Florida gets big help from
driving for either the Wood Brothers or Holman-Moody. Reserves: Tim Richmond, Parnelli Jones, Marvin Panch, Marshall Teague Modern Day Starter: Jeff Gordon This was the closest race of them all, with Gordon edging out Mark Martin, Ricky