This week in NASCAR is a look back at the weekly happenings in NASCAR's extensive history. Join us, as we reminisce about the memorable events in the history books.
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|Gordon drives past Mikey Waltrip (in the No. 21) for his eighth win of the 1998 season.|
August 30, 1998: Jeff Gordon wins at New Hampshire International Speedway, his eighth win of the 1998 season. He would later go on to capture his 3rd NASCAR Winston Cup Championship.
|Fonty Flock (yes in shorts) stands by his car prior to the Southern 500.|
|Cale Yarborough (in his trademark cowboy hat) talks with his crew chief|
September 2, 1968: Cale Yarborough nips David Pearson by four car lengths and wins the Southern 500 at Darlington. It is Yarborough’s record fourth super speedway win of the season.
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