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Matt Kenseth used a number of top 10 finishes to win the 2003 NASCAR Winston Cup. Because he had the championship locked before the final race even started, NASCAR looked into changing the point system. Review the races with our 2003 NASCAR Winston Cup results.

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Benny Parsons missed his first big chance to be a NASCAR driver, edged out by another legend: Cale Yarbrough. After more training, he returned to earn a spot in NASCAR and become its eventual champion in 1973.

What are marbles and why do NASCAR drivers try to avoid them?

Ever wondered why NASCAR drivers sometimes weave their cars from side to side for several laps during races? They're trying get rid of marbles, little balls of rubber tire detritus that can prove dangerous to drivers.