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Race pools weren’t an uncommon sight within the NASCAR industry throughout the 80s and 90s. Yet, it’s a little known fact that drivers such as Kyle Petty also had their own pool from within the garage. And unlike other pools, the payout was massive.
Kyle Petty, son of NASCAR Hall of Famer Richard Petty, recounts his first career win in the 1986 Miller High Life 400, and shares a previously unknown side to the story on the unlikely circumstances that led him to victory. Petty and host Rick Houston dive into what ran through Petty’s mind in the closing laps of the race, and uncover yet another Glorious Racing Story.