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NASCAR Hall of Fame crew chief and team owner Ray Evernham takes viewers behind the scenes of some of NASCAR's most historic moments with the sport's biggest stars, including Jeff Gordon, Rick Hendrick, Bill Elliott and Tony Stewart.

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Ray Evernham sits down with Tony Stewart, Clint Bowyer, Bobby Allison and more to explore the past, present and future of road course racing in NASCAR.
aired 273 days ago
In 1995, "Blacker," named for the black primer hidden under the classic rainbow paint job, becomes the most successful single car in Hendrick Motorsports history, winning 12 races and contributing to two championships.
aired 273 days ago
Manufacturer involvement has been key to the growth of NASCAR and each brand fights hard to innovate and dominate the sport; from the engine battles in the 1960s to the aero wars of the early 1970s and today's engineering arms race.
aired 273 days ago
The iconic Flying No. 11 Chevrolet and No. 21 Ford; Ray Evernham sits down with the men who built and drove them, including Hall of Famers Rick Hendrick, Leonard Wood and Bobby Allison.
aired 274 days ago
Much of NASCAR's early competition was held on dirt tracks and many of the star drivers of the last thirty years got their starts in dirt racing. Ray Evernham sits down with Tony Stewart, Clint Bowyer, Kyle Larson, and more.
aired 274 days ago
David Pearson and Holman-Moody bring an innovative Ford Torino to the 1968 Rebel 400 at Darlington and outsmart the field for Pearson's first Darlington victory.
aired 275 days ago
In 2001, Dodge returns to NASCAR after 26 years away from the sport; led by Hall of Fame crew chief Ray Evernham, 10 Dodges qualify for the 2001 Daytona 500, including pole position for driver Bill Elliott.
aired 275 days ago
The two major American racing series, NASCAR and IndyCar, swap talent many times in their histories; open-wheel stars have won the Daytona 500 and NASCAR stars have braved the Indianapolis 500 often throughout the years.

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