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The Piston Cup Racing Series (renamed as the Hudson Hornet Piston Cup series in 2011) is an American auto racing series championship in (most of the time) of stock cars. From 2016 to the present day, high-tech next-gen racers started dominating the circuit

It started in the late 1940s with dirt track circuits, and from 1960s to the present day, consists of asphalt racing.

History

Late 1940s seasons

The Piston Cup was founded in the late 1940's, races were originally held on the dirt tracks, the only racer from that era, who is known is Slide Powers.

1951-1954 seasons

HudsonFlip

Hudson's flip manever on Thomasville Speedway.

In the 1950s seasons, the cars were production vehicles with no modifications allowed. The term stock car implied that the vehicles racing were unmodified street cars. In 1951, Hudson Hortnet started racing and won in 1951, 1952 and 1953 season. He achieved thirteen victories in 1951, twenty-seven victories in 1952, and twenty-two victories in 1953 and sixteen victories in 1954.[1] In one of those seasons, Louise Nash started racing, being the first and only one woman to race in the time of the 1950s. She won three races in a row in her first season against Hudson Hornet. Because of discrimination, she had to steal her racing number to get her first chance on the track. But Louise's fearless driving style soon won her the respect of every car she raced. In a race in one of those seasons on the Thomasville Speedway, Hornet was pushed against the wall by Leroy Heming. But with quick thinking, Hudson performed a flip maneuver over him and crossed the finish line.

DocsCrash

Hudson's crash.

In 1954, on a race on Daytona Beach, while powersliding at Fireball Beach, Hudson Hornet lost control and rolled several times, receiving serious damage, and after that, he was hospitalized. His injuries rendered him unable to compete for the rest of the season. While Hornet made a healthy recovery and he was forced to retire.

1960s-1970's seasons

In 1960s, dirt tracks became asphalt tracks. Mario Andretti debuted in 1960's and Darrell Cartrip with Chick Hicks debuted in 1970's. In 1970s Kraig Shiftright won 2 Piston Cups.

1980's-2000s seasons

In 1980's debuted drivers as Claude Scruggs and James Cleanair. In 1990s Klint Shiftright won 3 Piston Cups, Haul Inngas won once in that era and Strip Weathers won 7 Piston Cups between 1970s and 2000s

2005 season

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Lightning McQueen, Strip Weathers, and Chick Hicks

The 2005 season saw seven-time Piston Cup champion Strip Weathers, constant runner-up Chick Hicks, and popular new rookie Lightning McQueen, who debuted at Glen Ellen, as the leading competitors. The final race of the season, called the Dinoco 400, was held at the Motor Speedway of the South. The three leading racers all had a score of 5013 points, meaning whichever of the three placed first would take home the Piston Cup and the coveted Dinoco sponsorship.

Towards the start of the race, a large accident was caused by Chick Hicks with the intention of separating himself from the gaining McQueen. The accident involved every racer except for Weathers, Hicks, and McQueen, as the ladder skillfully managed to make his way through the crash without taking any damage. The other racers received damage, however, such as Chuck Armstrong, who was taken out of the race by a tow truck.

ThreeWayTie

The first three-way tie in Piston Cup history.

Subsequently, Lightning McQueen arrogantly refused pit stops, which allowed him to gain an entire lap advantage on the other racers, which continued into the final lap of the race. However, as McQueen rounded the final turn, his tires blew out, leaving him crawling to the finish line. The other racers caught up to him, and McQueen, Hicks, and Weathers all crossed the finish line at the same time, making it the first three-way tie in Piston Cup history. A tie-breaker race between the three was set to be held at the Los Angeles International Speedway.

However, during Lightning's journey there, he fell out of his trailer and ended up in the small town of Radiator Springs, where he accidentally ripped up the road and was sentenced to community service. Once Lightning served his time, he was taken to the race, where he found it difficult to concentrate due to missing the friends he made while there. However, Lightning was joyful when he discovered that Hudson and the other townspeople had come to serve as his pit crew.

DamagedKingandLightningMcQueenCars

McQueen assists Weathers to the finish line.

Lightning, who had learned new abilities from his friends, utilized them during the race, which allowed him to hold up well against his two competitors, eventually taking the lead. Hicks, frustrated with constantly placing behind Weathers, performed a pit maneuver on him, causing the seven-time champion to spin out of control and take heavy damage. McQueen, noticing similarities between Weathers' and Hudson's accidents, stopped just before the finish line and reversed up to Weathers, and helped him to the finish line, believing the old-timer should finish his last race. Despite being the victor, Hicks was booed for his actions, while McQueen was congratulated for his good sportsmanship.

2006-2015 seasons

Hudson Hornet Piton Cup

Hudson Hornet Piston Cup trophy

Following the 2005 season, Lightning McQueen won his 3 first Piston Cups in between 2006 and 2010. After Doc Hudson's death in 2009, the Piston Cup was renamed Hudson Hornet Piston Cup for one year, as a tribute. McQueen captured his fourth Piston Cup in 2011 and the veteran racer became a 4th time Piston Cup champion. Between 2012 and 2015, Lightning won another three Piston Cups and he became a 7th time Piston Cup winner and also the oldest racer, since others retired between those years. 

2016 season

McQueenSwiftWeathersSpeak

Bobby Swift, Cal Weathers and Lightning McQueen.

In the 2016 season the Piston Cup logo recieved an update. At the Dinoco Light 350 in the Motor Speedway of the South, Lightning won the race. In the next race at Rocker Arms International, McQueen and Cal both went for first place at last lap with Cal being the winner. The Georgia Motor Speedway race was won by McQueen.
BnL Speedway

Jackson Storm and Harvey Rodcap

At the Dinoco 400 at Copper Canyon Speedway, McQueen was in the lead with Bobby second and Cal third, but suddenly all three were beaten by the rookie Jackson Storm, who was the one of several next-generation cars, they've had faster engines and aerodynamic bodies. Storm also won the next races at the Motor Speedway of the South, Grandol Oil Co. Raceway, BnL Raceway, and Rustbelt Raceway. After the last one, Cal Weathers retired from the sport by the tip of his uncle, many other veteran racers have left the sport too, the companies were firing them in favor of the new generation.

At the race at Los Angeles International Speedway, the grid consisted of mostly of high-tech rookies. After the race's start, McQueen started to overtake others and even catch Storm on last laps. When they both came in to pit, McQueen's pit stop was faster than Storm's, and Lightning took the lead. Jackson quickly caught up with Lightning and took the lead after insulting McQueen for being too old. Following the Storm's words, McQueen start slowing down and was overtaken by Daniel Swervez and Chase Racelott, losing two positions.

TreadlessMcQueenCrash

McQueen's crash with Tim Treadless watching

McQueen then tried to catch Storm and the others, but he lost control, hit the wall and was sent into a roll getting serious injuries. Lightning was hospitalized, while Storm proceeded to win the race and become the 2016 Piston Cup champion.

2017 season

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Lightning McQueen and Jackson Storm

Four months later, McQueen was practicing and getting into shape to beat Storm at the Florida 500 on the Florida International Super Speedway alongside his personal trainer Cruz Ramirez, former Doc's crew chief Smokey and several Piston Cup veterans. Lightning missed all qualification sessions, and because of this, he would start dead last. At the race Smokey replaced Mater as the team's crew chief. After the race's start, McQueen quickly began overtaking others and made steady progress through the ranks.

In the middle of the race, the new owner of Rust-eze, Sterling, said to Cruz that she should train racers instead of watching the race. Lightning heard that on the team radio and remembered that Cruz dreamed to be a racer. McQueen forgot about the race and did not notice a big accident in front of him. After that he got out of it and continued the race.

When all racers were called back to the pits, McQueen rejected the pit stop and said, that Cruz Ramirez should come back. He asked Guido to change her tires, Fillmore to refuel and Ramone to repaint her. After that, he had a surprised Cruz take his place. Smokey deided, that Lightning should become her crew chief and gave him a headphones. Using tactics she learned while practicing with Lightning, Ramirez was able to overcome other racers, and even caught up with Jackson Storm. He attempted to distract her from winning, same as with Lightning and when she also began to slow down same as him, Lightning cheered her up so she caught Storm again. Being angry, he pushed her against the wall when she tried to pass him, but Cruz performed a flip over Storm, as Doc Hudson done in the 1950s, and won the race.

Officially, Cruz won the race with McQueen, because they both used number 95. After the race, Tex Dinoco asked her to join his team, that was sill seeking the new driver after Cal's retirement, and bought Rust-eze. McQueen decided to pull out from racing to mentor her, getting a new paint job, designed in honor of Hudson Hornet, while Ramirez, also the next generation racer from now, chose number 51, also paying him tribute. With McQueen as the mentor Cruz continued to win races for the rest of the season.

Races

Old Pisto Cup logo

Old Piston Cup logo.

The Piston Cup races are big events sponsored by lots of trademarks and covered by the Racing Sports Network (RSN), which creates live televised broadcasts, in addition to providing other media coverage. Modern races take place at huge racing stadiums, which traditionally have oval-shaped tracks, although the shape may slightly vary from track to track, such as at the Los Angeles International Speedway.

A Piston Cup championship consists of various races where the competitors earn points in relation to their placement in the final rankings of the event. At the end of the season, the car with the most points wins the championship and receives a Piston Cup trophy.

Races can vary from seven to 500 laps. Each competitor has a team of pitties, a crew chief and a hauler, which are sponsored, and may help the racer by giving advice via headsets, and by providing fuel and tire changes during pit stops.

Speedways

Image Logo Name Description Location Notes
Alabama Speedway Alabama Speedway A standard race track. Alabama
BnL Speedway Bandicam 2018-08-29 15-28-22-267 BnL Raceway A standard race track. Unknown owner: Buy n Large
CopperCanyon Race2 Copper Canyon A standard race track. Arizona events: Dinoco 400 (Cars 3)
Dtaa DataShift Raceway A standard race track. Unknown events:


Daytonabeach Fireball Beach Course A dirt track Fireball Beach events:


Florida 500 Florida International Super Speedway A standard race track Florida events:


Georgia Motor Speedway Race1 Georgia Motor Speedway A standard track Georgia owner: Mood Springs,
events:
Gale11111 Glen Ellyn A standard race track. Unknown
GrandolOilCoRaceway Bandicam 2018-08-292 15-16-07-538 Grandol Oil Co. Raceway A standard race track Unknown owner: Grandol Oil Co.
Chick Hicks congratulating Jackson Storm in his win Bandicam 2019-01-31 13-57-04-311 Heartland Motor Speedway A standard race track. Unknown
LA Speedway 4 The World of Cars Online Los Angeles International Speedway Los Angeles International Speedway A standard race track Los Angeles events:


MSS - Cars 1 Msotslogo-1--1- Motor Speedway of the South A standard race track Motor City events:


Rocker Arms International -2 Rocker Arms International A standard race track Unknown events: Iowa Hybrid 450
RustbeltRaceway Bandicam 2018-08-29 15-32-40-067 Rustbelt Raceway A standard race track Unknown
Rayo Mcqueen -8 Thomasville Speedway A dirt track Thomasville
Virginia Speedway Virginia Speedway A standard race track Virginia

Non-canon

Image Logo Name Description Location First appearance Notes
RyanShieldsBrushCurberSageVanDerSpinTheWorldofCarsOnline Backfire Canyon Speedway Backfire Canyon Speedway A standard race track The World of Cars Online
Beachside Speedway Beachside Speedway A standard race track Beachside The Rookie events: Beachside 500
BigHeartlandSpeedway Heartland Big Heartland Speedway A standard race track The World of Cars Online
Chadrlotte Springs Speedway Charlotte Springs Speedway A standard race track Charlotte Springs Cars 2005 teaser trailer
Palm Mile Speedway Palm Mile Speedway A standard race track Palm Mile Cars: The Video Game
HaulInngasSliderPetrolskiChickHicksTheWorldofCarsOnline Petroleum City Petroleum City Super Speedway A standard race track Petroleum City The World of Cars Online
Smasherville Speedway Smasherville Speedway A standard race track Smasherville The World of Cars Online
Sun Valley International Raceway Sun Valley International Raceway An standard race track Sun Valley Cars: The Video Game
Treadwell Motor Speedway A standard race track. Treadwell Mater Private Eye
LeeRevkinsToddMarcusJohnnyBlamerTheWorldofCarsOnline TailGator Tailgator Speedway A standard race track The World of Cars Online

List of racers

See also: List of racers by driver number

Former

Number Image Name Sponsor(s) Piston Cup career Championships
? Slide Powers ? Late 40s -?
? Buck Schooner ? Before 2005-?
? Kurt Shiftright ? 1950s-?
? Kraig Shiftright ? 1970s-? Late 70s
? Klint Shiftright ? 1980s-? Early 90s
? Darrel Draggered ? ?-2005
4
Rusty Cornfuel
Rusty Cornfuel Tow Cap Before 2006-?
4
JackDePostartwork
Jack DePost Tow Cap ?-2016
5
LaneLocke2
Lane Locke SynerG ?-2016
6
Markus Krankzler Artwork
Markus Krankzler Transberry Juice ?-2016
7
Joe1
Joe Ben Jackson 1950's-?
8
Levimitchan
Levi Mitchan Kirby Farm Implement & Supply Co.

Junior's Body Repair Bowling Green

1950s-?
8
Dale earnhardt, jr
Dale Earnhardt, Junior Dale Earnhardt Inc. 2000-?
9
Slimhoodartwork
Hood Sludge Cola

The Plaza Supermarket Southern Gold Motor Oil Re-Volting

1950s-?
00
IMG 4889
Jimmy Cables Intersection ?-2016
11
Heydayjm
Junior Moon 1950s-?
11
Mario andretti
Mario Andretti

1960s-?

11
Chip1
Chip Gearings Combustr ?-2016
12
12racerbeta
Unknown Fireball Beach Fire Department 1950s-?
15
Carl1
Carl Clutchen Easy Idle ?-2016
17
Robinson
Robinson Southern Gold

Make Way

1950s-?
17
Darrel Cartrip
Darrell Cartrip DWstore.com 1970s-?
19
Bobby swift
Bobby Swift Octane Gain ?-2016
21
Speedycometartworkbig
Speedy Comet Blinkr ?-2016
24
Brick yardley
Brick Yardley Vitoline 2007-2016
26
Eliturnpike
Eli Turnpike Fits Right
Faster's Garage
1950s-?
26
26 Racer
Unknown Arrow 1950s-?
28
Aiken Axler
Aiken Axler Nitroade 2003-?
28
Philtanskon28
Phil Tankson Nitroade ?-2016
29
29racer
Buford Camshaft Southern Gold 1950s-?
31
Terryartwork
Terry Kargas Triple Dent ?-2016
33
Chuck Armstrong
Chuck Armstrong Mood Springs Before 2006-?
33
Screenshot 2018-09-09 at 6.53.15 PM
Dud Throttleman Mood Springs ?-2016
34
River Scott
River Scott 1950s-?
34
Dirkson D'Agostino
Dirkson D'Agostino Trunk Fresh Before 2006-2016
35
Kevin Racingtire
Kevin Racingtire Shifty Drug

Before 2006-?

36
Eugene Carbureski
Eugene Carbureski Tank Coat 1980s-?
36
RebMeekerArtwork
Reb Meeker Tank Coat ?-2016
39
Ryan Shields
Ryan Shields View Zeen Before 2006-?
39
Buck
Buck Bearingly View Zeen ?-2016
41
41racer
Unknown 1950s-?
42
1950s42
Unknown 1950's-?
42
CalWeathers
Cal Weathers Dinoco 2007-2016 None
43
The king
Strip Weathers Dinoco Early 1970s-2006 1970s, 1980s, 1990s, 2000s
48
Trevorgray
T.G. Castlenut Re-Volting ?-2016
4A
Флойд Морган
Floyd Morgan Southern Gold

Motor Oil

1950s-?
51
Doc Hudson Fabulous Hudson Hornet
Hudson Hornet 1951-1954 1951, 1952, 1953
51
Ruby Easy Oaks
Ruby Oaks Easy Idle Before 2006-?
52
Claude Scruggs-0
Claude Scruggs Leak Less 1980s-?
52
LeakLess2018
Brian Spark Leak Less ?-2016
54
Johnny Blamer
Johnny Blamer Faux Wheel Drive 1996-?
54
Tommy2
Tommy Highbanks Faux Wheel Drive ?-2016
56
BrushCurberpromo
Brush Curber Fiber Fuel 1990s-?
58
Billy Oilchanger
Billy Oilchanger Octane Gain 1990s-?
61
James Cleanair
James Cleanair Vitoline 1985-2006
63
Lee Revkins
Lee Revkins Transberry Juice

Before 2006-?

64
Slimhood
Unknown 1950s-?
64
220px-Winford Bradford Rutherford
Winford Bradford Rutherford RPM Before 2006-?
64
BruceMillerArt
Bruce Miller RPM ?-2016
67
CarbonCyberStock
Bobby Roadtesta Carbon Cyber ?-2016
68
Manny Flywheel
Manny Flywheel N2O Cola Before 2006-?
68
Parker2
Parker Brakeston N20 Cola ?-2016
70
DukeArtwork
Duke Coulters Gasprin

Shifty Drug Re-Volting Motor Oil

1950s-?
70
Floyd M
Floyd Mulvihill Gasprin 2005-2006
70
Floyd1
Unknown Gasprin Late 2000s-2016
73
Misti Motorkross
Misti Motorkrass Rev-N-Go ?-2006
73
RevNGoRacer3
Unknown Rev-N-Go Late 2000s-2016
74
Slider Petrolski
Slider Petrolski Sidewall Shine Before 2006-?
76
Crusty Rotor
Crusty Rotor Vinyl Toupee 1986-?
76
Rev Roadages Artwork
Rev Roadages Vinyl Toupee ?-2016
79
Haul Inngas
Haul Inngas Retread Early 1990s-? Late 1990s or early 2000s
80
Sage VanDerSpin
Sage VanDerSpin Gask-its 2004-?
80
RexRevler
Rex Revler Gask-Its ?-2016
82
Darren Leadfoot
Darren Leadfoot Shiny Wax Before 2006-2016
82
Guzzler
Tucker Guzzler Lucky's Bar & Grill

The Radicals Car Club Motor Oil Clint's Bait & Tackle

1950s-?
84
Davey Apex
Davey Apex Re-Volting Before 2006-?
84
Mac iCar
Mac iCar Apple, Inc. Before 2006-?
84
Macunnamed
Unknown Apple, Inc. ?-2016
86
Chick Hicks
Chick Hicks HtB 1970s-2006 2005
90
Bandicam 2018-07-09 13-32-56-646
Rusty Dipstick Grandol Oil Co.

Frostal Air Filters Re-Volting

1950s-?
90
Ponchy Wipeout
Ponchy Wipeout Bumper Save Before 2006-?
90
Ponchyartwork
Unknown Bumper Save Late 2000s-2016
91
Randy Lawson
Randy Lawson Sputter Stop

Re-Volting

1950s-?
92
Murray Clutchburn
Murray Clutchburn Sputter Stop 1980s-?
92
Murray Clutchburn artwork
Unknown Sputter Stop Late 2000s-2016
93
Ernie Gearson
Ernie Gearson Spare Mint ?-2006
93
Ernie
Unknown Spare Mint Late 2000s-2016
94
Louise Nash
Louise Nash 1950s-?
95
LightningMcQueenCars3
Lightning McQueen Rust-eze 2006-2017
101
Greg Candyman
Greg Candyman Tach-O-Mint 1980s-?
117
Ralph carlow
Ralph Carlow Lil' Torquey Pistons Before 2006-2017
121
Kevin Shiftright
Kevin Shiftright Clutch Aid Before 2006-?
121
Dinodraftsky2018
Dino Draftsky Clutch Aid ?-2016
123
ToddMarcusCars3Artwork
Todd Marcus No Stall Before 2006-2016
300
LeroyH
Leroy Heming Re-Volting

Faraday Valley Dealers

1950s-?

Current

Number Image Name Sponsor(s) Piston Cup career Championships
4
J.d. mcpillartowcap4
J.D. McPillar Tow Cap 2016-present
5
SFillups
Eric Braker SynerG 2016-present
6 Bubba wheelhouse Bubba Wheelhouse, Jr. Transberry Juice 2016-present
00
Flip dover00
Flip Dover Intersection 2016-present
11
Chrisroamin
Chris Roamin' Combustr 2016-present
15
Harvey rodcap
Harvey Rodcap Easy Idle 2016-present
19
Daniel swervez
Daniel Swervez Octane Gain 2016-present
20
JacksonStormCars3Artwork
Jackson Storm IGNTR 2016-present 2016
21
Ryan inside laney (1)
Ryan Laney Blinkr 2016-present
24
Chase racelott
Chase Racelott Vitoline 2016-present
28
Tim treadless
Tim Treadless Nitroade 2016-present
31
Cam131
Cam Spinner TripleDent 2016-present
33
Garfield
Ed Truncan Mood Springs 2016-present
34
34Racer
Steve LaPage Trunk Fresh 2016-present
36
Rich1
Rich Mixon Tank Coat 2017-present
39
Michael rotor
Michael Rotor View Zeen 2017-present
48
Aaron clockernextgen
Aaron Clocker Re-Volting 2016-present
51
(formerly 95)
Cruz sponsorowana przez Dinoco
Cruz Ramirez Rust-eze (former)
Dinoco
2017-present 2017
52
Leak
George New-Win Leak Less 2017-present
54
HerbArtwork
Herb Curbler Faux Wheel Drive 2016-present
64
BarryDePedal
Barry DePedal RPM 2016-present
67
JimReverick
Jim Reverick Carbon Cyber 2016-present
68
AnotherHJpicture
H.J. Hollis N2O Cola 2016-present
70
Gunzit
Richie Gunzit Gasprin 2016-present
73
NGRG
Unknown Rev-N-Go 2017-present
76
NextGenVinylToupee
Unknown Vinyl Toupee 2017-present
80
DanCarcia1
Dan Carcia Gask-its 2016-present
82
Conradcamber
Conrad Camber Shiny Wax 2017-present
84
Jpdrivea84
J.P. Drive Apple, Inc. 2016-present
90
PaulConrev
Paul Conrev Bumper Save 2017-present
92
Sheldon shifter
Sheldon Shifter Sputter Stop 2017-present
93
SpareMintNextGen
Unknown Spare Mint 2016-present
117
Spiker1
Spikey Fillups Lil' Torquey Pistons 2017-present
121
NGClutchAid
Noah Gocheck Clutch Aid 2017-present
123
NGNS
Jonas Carvers No Stall 2016-present

List of champions

Canon

Non-canon

  • Sammy: 1 time (1954 season)

Non-canon histories

  • In Raily Race comics Hudson Hornet was show as Hudson's accident after its he ends his racing carier. It was show that crash caused by his rival, Sammy, that sideswiped him out, and Doc hit racer with number 57, somersaulted and landed on wheels, while Sammy won that race and became a champion.
  • In the comic The Rookie, it was mentioned that Lightning McQueen's first race was on Beachside Speedway and he replaces Sammy Smelter after his crash.
  • Cars: The Video Game takes place in the 2006 season. In the season, they are reserve drivers who replace the racers from the film. Lightning McQueen won the season.
Racers2011

Page in book Race Around the World.

  • In book Race Around the World, was show that in season 2010 second place have Claude Scruggs and third Misti Motorkrass.
  • In the DS version of Cars 2: The Video Game McQueen was competing in "Hudson Hornet Memorial Cup" alongside three unnamed racer, looking similar to him. Lightning won the championship.
  • Acoording to some comics Lightning McQueen was originally sponsored by Smell Swell and started racing in 2004, meanwhile in the films this has
    Smell Swell McQueen Race

    McQueen in his early racing days with Racer #7

    never been mentioned. And in some other comics they say that McQueen's first race in the 2005 season was in the Bowling Lake, while according to Cars 3 it was in Glen Elyn.

Trivia

  • The Piston Cup is based on the real world NASCAR Cup series, known as the Winston Cup series from 1971 to 2003. In 2004, however, NASCAR severed relations with Winston and the award became the Nextel Cup, quickly changing to the Sprint Cup after Sprint bought out Nextel. Incidentally, the Hudson Hornet competed in the Grand National era of 1950 to 1970. Title sponsorship with Sprint ended after 2016, merging with Monster Energy to create a new title, the "Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series", starting in 2017. Before 1950, in 1949 there was "Strictly stock".
  • In real life, contemporary NASCAR vehicles would not be able to compete against vehicles of the Grand National era. This is because modern NASCAR vehicles are spec, racing-built sedans with sophisticated racing technology whereas Grand National era cars are modified production cars. Today's NASCAR sedans would greatly outperform the stock cars of the Grand National era. Also, NASCAR safety technology has dramatically evolved since the Grand National era and thus drivers of such vehicles would be at a greater safety risk than those driving today's NASCAR sedans.

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Notes and references

  1. These statistics can be found in descriptions of Hudson's racing history at Cars Land in California.
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