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JD The Life and Death of a Forgotten NASCAR LegendAugust 11 1991 Watkins Glen New York Fifty two year old John Delphus “JD” McDuffie Jr climbs aboard his No 70 Pontiac and lined up 35th on the grid for NASCAR's Budweiser at the Glen For the 653rd time he pinches a cigar between his teeth and fires the engine Few take notice of No 70 as it rolls onto the 2428 mile road course only a small group of volunteers fans and family back home in Sanford North Carolina Even they knew McDuffie had never won a NASCAR race and likely never would before the big money teams sueezed him out of the sport But no one knew that just five laps later McDuffie would be dead killed in a terrible two car accident with fellow racer Jimmy MeansJD The Life and Death of a Forgotten NASCAR Legend tells the true story of JD McDuffie one of stock car racing's most beloved owner drivers It's the tale of a man who honed his skills as a mechanic and built his own team from the ground up with his No 70 banging fenders with the likes of Richard Petty and Dale Earnhardt It's also about the close knit group of supporters who came together to make sure McDuffie made it to the track in a rapidly changing sport And it's about that tragic weekend at Watkins Glen the investigation that followed and the legacy he's left behind Top to bottom it's one of the most comprehensive stories of any race car driver and a tribute to NASCAR's blue collar past

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TAugust 11 1991 Watkins Glen New York Fifty two year old John Delphus “JD” McDuffie Jr climbs aboard his No 70 Pontiac and lined up 35th on the grid for NASCAR's Budweiser at the Glen For the 653rd time he pinches a cigar between his teeth and fires the engine Few take notice of No 70 as it rolls onto the 2428 mile road course only a small group of volunteers fans and family back home in Sanford North Carolina Even they knew McDuffie had never won a NASCAR race and likely never would before the big money teams sueezed him out of the sport But no one knew that just five laps later McDuffie would be dead killed in a terrible two car accident with fellow racer Jimmy Means JD The Life and Death of a Forgotten NASCAR Legend tells the true story of JD McDuffie one of stock car racing's most beloved owner drivers It's the tale of a man who honed his skills as a mechanic and built his own team from the ground up with his No 70 banging fenders with the likes of Richard Petty and Dale Earnhardt It's also about the close knit group of supporters who came together to make sure McDuffie made it to the track in a rapidly changing sport And it's about that tragic weekend at Watkins Glen the investigation that followed and the legacy he's left behind Top to bottom it's one of the most comprehensive stories of any race car driver and a tribute to NASCAR's blue collar pa

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