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November 18, 1989 | SHAV GLICK, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Alan Kulwicki, who has not won a race this year on the Winston Cup stock car circuit, put himself in position to win close to $500,000 when he earned the pole position for Sunday's Atlanta Journal 500. Kulwicki drove his Ford Thunderbird around Atlanta International Raceway's 1.522-mile high-banked superspeedway Friday at 179.112 m.p.h. for his sixth pole of the 29-race season, which will end Sunday. By winning the No.
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May 29, 1990 | MIKE KUPPER
Arie Luyendyk, a struggling race driver until Sunday, began to find out Monday night how the other half lives when he and his Doug Shierson teammates collected their winnings at the Indianapolis 500 victory banquet. Luyendyk's victory was worth a record $1,090,940, $16,650 of it in lap-prize money for leading 37 laps.
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September 1, 1989 | SHAV GLICK
If Darrell Waltrip believes in omens, he should be smiling as he contemplates racing for a $1-million bonus Sunday in the Southern 500. Alan Kulwicki won the pole Thursday for the 40-year-old stock car race at Darlington Raceway with a lap at 160.156 m.p.h over the 1.366-mile track. It was the fourth pole this season for the University of Wisconsin engineering graduate. And each time Kulwicki has started first--at Atlanta, Charlotte and Bristol--Waltrip has won the race.
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November 18, 1989 | SHAV GLICK, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Alan Kulwicki, who has not won a race this year on the Winston Cup stock car circuit, put himself in position to win close to $500,000 when he earned the pole position for Sunday's Atlanta Journal 500. Kulwicki drove his Ford Thunderbird around Atlanta International Raceway's 1.522-mile high-banked superspeedway Friday at 179.112 m.p.h. for his sixth pole of the 29-race season, which will end Sunday. By winning the No.
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May 29, 1990 | MIKE KUPPER
Arie Luyendyk, a struggling race driver until Sunday, began to find out Monday night how the other half lives when he and his Doug Shierson teammates collected their winnings at the Indianapolis 500 victory banquet. Luyendyk's victory was worth a record $1,090,940, $16,650 of it in lap-prize money for leading 37 laps.
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September 1, 1989 | SHAV GLICK
If Darrell Waltrip believes in omens, he should be smiling as he contemplates racing for a $1-million bonus Sunday in the Southern 500. Alan Kulwicki won the pole Thursday for the 40-year-old stock car race at Darlington Raceway with a lap at 160.156 m.p.h over the 1.366-mile track. It was the fourth pole this season for the University of Wisconsin engineering graduate. And each time Kulwicki has started first--at Atlanta, Charlotte and Bristol--Waltrip has won the race.
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