Just to see if I can, I've tried my hand at headline writing for my blog posts. You may have noticed I've tried to include some alliteration, rhyming words, etc. I must have been tired because I just realized how silly it read to horse collar Hickory. But I'm leaving it as is.
June 28, 1958: Starting ninth, Lee Petty wins the Buddy Shuman 250, a 250-lap, 100-mile race at Hickory Speedway in Hickory, NC. Julian Petty, Lee's brother, fielded three cars for the race. In what must have been a genuine facepalm race, none of the three had quality finishes. Possum Jones, Bob Welborn, and Ken Rush finished 19th, 27th, and 29, respectively, in the 31-car field.
Read on for more - including a little anecdote I found about Curtis Turner:
Schaefer: It's not just for racing anymore.
updated by @tmc-chase: 06/28/18 09:00:22AM