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Austin Dillon emerges from crashes to win Daytona 500

He drives Dale Earnhardt's No. 3 back to glory

He drives Dale Earnhardt's No. 3 back to glory

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Drive a stock car | The List #0043

Jessi and Patrick experience the thrill of NASCAR at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway.

The List hosts Jessi Combs and Patrick McIntyre head to the Richard Petty Driving Experience at Las Vegas Motor Speedway to feel the thrill of driving a NASCAR-style stock car with over 600 horsepower at speeds up to 165 miles per hour.

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Ford teams up with Petty for special Mustangs

Ford Performance and Petty's Garage collaborate to create the new 2016 Ford Mustang GT King Edition, packing a supercharged V8 good for between 670 and 727 horsepower.

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Ford readying dozen+ Mustang models for SEMA

Ford is unsurprisingly bringing a herd of its new 2015 Mus

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43 Fiestas sweepstakes kicks off with excellent NASCAR vs. Rally footage

Ken Block takes on AJ Allmendinger – Click above to watch video after the jump

Richard Petty Motorsports drops Dodge for Ford, joins Yates Racing

Richard Petty with his Ford Torino Cobra at the 1969 Daytona 500 - Click above for high-res image

Respect Your Elders: Even Richard Petty stung by Chrysler's bankruptcy?

Richard Petty – quite possibly the best NASCAR racer of all time and the man in charge of Richard Petty Motorsports – says that Chrysler stopped paying his team after filing for bankruptcy last month. No surprise there. The lack of funds prompted RPM to lay off nine workers, although Petty is now saying there is hope that the automaker will soon work out some sort of deal to begin making payments once again now that it's clear of court proceedings.

Petty and Earnhardt get wax treatment

Only in Vegas. Madame Tussaud's unveiled their latest ghastly likenesses; we're not sure if the fact that the subjects are still alive makes it more creepy. The work is uncanny in its accuracy and lifelike look, and if you're in Vegas, Tussaud's is a veritable family attraction. The reason for the paraffin-ization of the left-turning legends was the kickoff of this weekend's races at Las Vegas's own Motor Speedway. The flesh and blood Petty and Earnhardt were on hand for the debut of their inani