by Rick Houston
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Few races have captured the imagination of racing fans as the 1992 Hooters 500 held at Atlanta Motor Speedway. On November 15, 1992, the entire NASCAR racing community tuned in to watch as six drivers strapped in for a chance to win the NASCAR Winston Cup. And what a race it was.
● The Season of All Seasons: Davey Allison
● Awesome Bill: Bill Elliott
● Mighty Mouse: Alan Kulwicki
● Making the Grid: Rick Mast
● Calm Before the Storm
● The Green Flag Drops
● Settling Into the Race
● Blaze of Glory: Richard Petty
● The Kid: Jeff Gordon
● Just the Way It Goes: Davey Allison
● Down to the Wire
● The Aftermath
Heading into Atlanta, Davey Allison, Bill Elliott, and Alan Kulwicki each had a real shot at winning the Championship. On the track, Allison was in and out of contention until trouble found him, which left Elliott and Kulwicki to race for the title in a nail-biting finale. And who could have imagined that a young Jeff Gordon would take the handoff from Richard Petty on this day. Author Rick Houston has gathered new interviews from Bill Elliott, Paul Andrews, Larry McReynolds, Ray Evernham, Rick Mast, Brett Bodine, Kyle Petty, and Tim Brewer. They all give fresh recollections and new information on the events leading up to and including the 1992 Hooters 500.
With "NASCAR's Greatest Race: The 1992 Hooters 500," readers can relive the closest championship contest in NASCAR history to that point. All while learning new details on how the entire season culminated into a single lap to determine the title!
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