Legendary racer and NASCAR Hall of Fame member Bobby Allison owned the 1971 and 1972 Southern 500s.
Driving his red-and-gold,
“The Real Thing” will ride again in spirit as part of the second-annual Darlington Southern 500 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series “throwback” race. But this time, driver Tony Stewart will be behind the wheel.
With 49 career victories under his belt, Stewart will try to emulate Allison’s performance when he competes on September 4 in his final Southern 500. Driving a No. 14
“We are humbled that two of NASCAR’s most respected drivers have come together over an iconic car emblazoned with our brand,” says Ben Reiling, sports marketing director,
With a NASCAR lineage that goes back more than 50 years,
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