Atlanta Motor Speedway: Memorable moments through the years
From NASCAR Hall of Famer Fireball Roberts winning the first race ever at Atlanta to Alan Kulwicki edging Bill Elliott , Davey Allison and Kyle Petty to clinch to championship there in 1992, to Kevin Harvick's emotionally healing victory in 2001, there have been plenty of memorable moments forged at ...
Counting down the all-time greatest races at Atlanta
for the title between Alan Kulwicki, the Wisconsin engineer turned team owner/driver, and Georgia's favorite son, Bill Elliott . Ultimately, Elliott won the race, with Kulwicki finishing second. But because Kulwicki led one more lap than Elliott
Bump 'n' Run: Talking title hopes, Chase chances, Atlanta memories
It's obviously between two: The 1992 Hooters 500 when Bill Elliott won the race but Alan Kulwicki won the title back when the ..... Kulwicki wins the championship by leading one more lap than Bill Elliott ... Hollywood couldn't write that script. Trotta: Well
Dale Earnhardt Jr., Bill Elliott go back to being 18 years old
Chase Elliott is turning heads in the NASCAR Nationwide Series for JR Motorsports, and thanks to NAPA team owner Dale Earnhardt Jr. and Chase's Hall of Fame dad Bill remember what it was like to be 18 years old all over again. Check out the video -- and the awesome hair and clothes -- in the video
History waiting to be made? Indy has a way of making it happen
that continues to this day: The entire winning crew kneels down and kisses the yard of bricks at the start-finish line. Bill Elliott won the 43rd of 44 races in a NASCAR Hall of Fame career in 2002, as he drove one of Ray Evernham's Dodges to victory
Is Dale Earnhardt Jr. more like Bill Elliott than Dale Sr. (gasp)?
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Chase Elliott: How I got into racing
Chase Elliott was born to race, but his father Bill Elliott didn't pressure him to get behind the wheel. In an interview with FOX Sports 1's Bob Dillner, Elliott talks about how he got into racing
Larry's Notebook: Kyle Larson's Amazing Rookie Start
Chase Elliott was born into racing but his father Bill Elliott did not pressure him to get into it. Chase also talks about how he hopes his mom likes him racing.
Wondolowski a hero to the Kiowa Tribe
He's exerted drive and tenacity to be better, and to be a winner, and I'm proud of that fact,'' his grandfather, Bill Elliott , said. ''I'm also very proud that he grew up to love his culture, love his family and be a good role model for young
Another year, another qualifying record at MIS
pole at Michigan International Speedway on Friday at 204.557 mph. Harvick's pole-winning speed was the fastest since Bill Elliott set the record of 212.809 mph at Talladega Superspeedway in April 1987, but drivers have routinely broken 200 mph at Michigan