NASCAR Classic Races

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NASCAR Classic Races is a television series dedicated to replaying past races from the vast archives of one of the most popular sports leagues in the world. The colorful personalities of the drivers, the intricate designs of the massive facilities, and the perfectly timed choreography of the pit crews are on display as the show retells viewers what made a particular race so special. Often chronicling the difficulty of a certain event or another significant race, the show puts the speed and power associated with NASCAR on full display. Some races make drivers a winner, and other transform them into legends.

NASCAR Media Group
2 Seasons, 13 Episodes
July 29, 1984
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NASCAR Classic Races
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NASCAR Classic Races Full Episode Guide

  • Jimmie Johnson finishes fifth to clinch his record setting fourth consecutive NASCAR Sprint Cup Series title; Johnson's title run also completed Hendrick Motorsports' sweep of the top three positions in the final standings, the first time an organization has achieved that distinction.

  • Highlighted by a controversial finish involving Regan Smith and Tony Stewart, Jimmie Johnson dodges a succession of wrecks at Talladega to take a 72 point lead in the Chase for the NASCAR Sprint Cup.

  • Future Stewart-Haas teammates Ryan Newman and Tony Stewart dominated the first Chase race of 2005. Newman brings home the win, but the events between Robby Gordon and Michael Waltrip would be the talk of the race.

  • The inaugural season of the Chase format comes down to the last race. Kurt Busch overcomes losing a tire and nearly hitting the wall on pit row to edge Jimmie Johnson by 8 points in the closest title margin in NASCAR history.

  • Junior Johnson's ascent from moonshiner to superstar driver to champion car owner is chronicled in a look back at the NASCAR legend's stellar career.

  • Relive the King's dominance at Daytona with each of Richard Petty's record seven wins in the Daytona 500.

  • The Intimidator, Dale Earnhardt, lives up to his nickname by sending Terry Labonte spinning on the last lap of the Bristol night race.

  • After 20 years of trying, Dale Earnhardt finally breaks through to win the Daytona 500.

  • On the heels of his father's induction into the Darlington Hall of Fame, Dale Earnhardt outduels rival Darrell Waltrip to take the checkered flag.

  • While Dale Earnhardt won plenty of races before 1984, this is the first time in the No. 3 car he made famous.