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April 23, 1990 | From Times Wire Services
Brett Bodine earned his first Winston Cup victory in 79 career starts on Sunday by holding off Darrell Waltrip at the First Union 400 NASCAR stock car race at North Wilkesboro, N.C., Speedway. Bodine beat Waltrip to the checkered flag by less than a second to win $50,682. The finish was controversial. Bodine was designated the leader following the final caution flag, although he had pitted and leaders Waltrip and Dale Earnhardt stayed on the track.
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August 12, 1994 | SHAV GLICK
The Bodine brothers of Chemung, N.Y., seem to be involved in a stock car racing version of "Family Feud," but as far as NASCAR is concerned, it's a private matter, and the car bashing and trash talking between Geoff and Brett last Saturday at the Brickyard 400 wasn't enough to warrant a suspension, fine or even reprimand.
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October 26, 1985
Brett Bodine edged Jimmy Hensley for the pole position for Sunday's Winn-Dixie 500 NASCAR Late Model Sportsman race at Martinsville Speedway.
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April 23, 1990 | From Times Wire Services
Brett Bodine earned his first Winston Cup victory in 79 career starts on Sunday by holding off Darrell Waltrip at the First Union 400 NASCAR stock car race at North Wilkesboro, N.C., Speedway. Bodine beat Waltrip to the checkered flag by less than a second to win $50,682. The finish was controversial. Bodine was designated the leader following the final caution flag, although he had pitted and leaders Waltrip and Dale Earnhardt stayed on the track.
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August 12, 1994 | SHAV GLICK
The Bodine brothers of Chemung, N.Y., seem to be involved in a stock car racing version of "Family Feud," but as far as NASCAR is concerned, it's a private matter, and the car bashing and trash talking between Geoff and Brett last Saturday at the Brickyard 400 wasn't enough to warrant a suspension, fine or even reprimand.
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April 21, 1991 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Defending champion Brett Bodine won the pole for the First Union 400 stock-car race at North Wilkesboro, N.C., with a speed of 116.237 m.p.h.
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February 11, 2001 | ED HINTON, TRIBUNE MOTOR SPORTS WRITER
About the Project This is the result of six months of research and reporting by Tribune Auto Race Writer Ed Hinton, with help from staffers at other Tribune papers, among them Darin Esper of the Los Angeles Times. It sheds new light on the decline of traditional fatalism among race drivers and the need for more research and action to prevent the violent deaths the sport has come to accept.
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November 25, 1999
Robby Busick, a senior at Atascadero High School, said he has committed to play soccer at UC Irvine. Busick, a midfielder, had 15 goals and seven assists last season, his second on the Atascadero varsity. He was named second-team All-Southern Section Division II. VOLLEYBALL Michelle Davis, a senior outside hitter from Santa Margarita High, committed to James Madison, Laguna Beach Volleyball Club Coach Michael Soylular said.
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October 26, 1985
Brett Bodine edged Jimmy Hensley for the pole position for Sunday's Winn-Dixie 500 NASCAR Late Model Sportsman race at Martinsville Speedway.
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April 27, 1992 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Mark Martin, helped by a rash of competitors retiring with broken axles, survived a race of attrition Sunday to win the Hanes 500 Winston Cup race at Martinsville (Va.) Speedway. Martin extended Ford's winning streak to 12 races. Broken axles cost defending champion Dale Earnhardt, Brett Bodine and Alan Kulwicki a shot at victory on Martinsville Speedway's half-mile oval. Martin took the lead from Earnhardt on 458th lap, lost it in the pits on the 462nd and regained it on the 474th for good.
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