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Red Byron

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NASCAR great nearly lost his knee in fight in WW II, but still won the initial Strictly Stock tournament. His B-24 bomber was punctured by foe fireplace, and he was significantly wounded in the knee, needing 2 yrs to recuperate. He became a member of up with the newly-established NASCAR Modified Series, earning the championship, and transferred to the Totally Stock. He was created in Colorado, but his family members transferred to Anniston, Alabama when he was youthful. He and Lee Petty both do too much to help progress NASCAR beyond its first stages.

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Full Name Red Byron
Date Of Birth March 12, 1915
Died November 11, 1960, Chicago, Illinois, United States
Place Of Birth Colorado
Profession Race Car Driver
Nationality American
Star Sign Pisces

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TitleYearStatusCharacter
Jeopardy! 2009 TV Series writer - 1 episode
How to Go Out on a Date in Queens 2006 writer: "Some Of My Best Friends Are The Blues" - as Byron
Pecker 1998 writer: "Happy-Go-Lucky-Me" 1998
Goodfellas 1990 writer: "Roses Are Red"
Pink Lady 1980 TV Series 1 episode
Shindig! 1964 TV Series writer - 1 episode

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