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Kenny Wallace poses by his car after his beloved St. Louis Cardinals won the 2006 World Series.

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Kevin Harvick's team celebrates their win in the 2006 Sam's Town 250.

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A "scary" Halloween theme shamelessly adorns the #47 car of Jon Wood at Memphis.

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Carl Edwards is but an onlooker as Dave Blaney races past Edwards' wrecking car in order to win his first Busch Series event in October 2006.

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James Hylton, at the young age of 70 prepares to race at Milwaukee in June 2006.

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The Milwaukee garage area in the early morning.

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Ryan Newman leads the field through the Bristol high banks.

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Regan Smith gets serviced by his pit crew as the rest of the field passes by at Dover.

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Cars line up in the Fontana garage area for Busch Series practice.

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Cars race at California Speedway under the setting sun.

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Snow interrupts the running of the 2006 Sharpie Mini 300 at Bristol in March 2006.

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During a Busch Series race at Phoenix, drivers have to deal with a fire outside of the speedway.

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Dusk settles over Pit Road during pre-race ceremonies at Darlington.

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Johnny Sauter's identity crisis.

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Regan Smith winds his way through the esses of Watkins Glen International.

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Tracy Hines goes for a spin in a Truck Series event at Las Vegas.

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Kevin Harvick literally did circles around the competition during the Busch Series' silver anniversary. Here he is celebrating one of his nine wins.

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David Gilliland, "Giant Killer," does burnout after "The Biggest Upset in NASCAR History," the 2006 Meijer 300 victory.

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Ryan Newman enjoys some of the Watkins Glen scenery.

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A Craftsman Truck Series official watches as trucks crash coming to the finish line at Atlanta Motor Speedway.

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Ignore the duck driving Carl Edwards' racecar.

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The Martinsville grandfather clock is one of NASCAR's oldest and quirkiest trophies.

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Carl Edwards' famous victory backflip.

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Steve Wallace smiles pretty for the camera before the 2006 Meijer 300.

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Jason Keller rams into a spinning Erin Crocker at the 2005 Emerson Radio 250. Both drivers were uninjured in the wreck.

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Ricky Bobby could only wish he could drive Bill Lester's rad-looking ride promoting his new movie, but until then, he gets a great view of the race.

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