• David Pearson, 1974 Firecracker 400
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1974 Firecracker 400 (Daytona, Series)
On the second to last lap of the 1974 Firecracker 400 at , David Pearson had the lead on Richard Petty, but suddenly dropped back, leaving Petty to inherit the lead. As Petty's lead grew larger and larger, it appeared that the future seven-time Cup champion was going to take the checkered -- until the final turn. Pearson's No. 21 ride came back to life, shooting beside Petty off Turn 4 and then finally past the No. 43 car to take the checkered. But the race wasn't over -- behind the top-finishing duo, another battle was taking place for third-place between Buddy Baker and Cale Yarborough. The pair fought for third-place, eventually crossing the start/finish line at the exact same time, prompting NASCAR to declare an official tie for third.

1974 Firecracker 400 (Daytona, Series)
On the second to last lap of the 1974 Firecracker 400 at , David Pearson had the lead on Richard Petty, but suddenly dropped back, leaving Petty to inherit the lead. As Petty's lead grew larger and larger, it appeared that the future seven-time Cup champion was going to take the checkered -- until the final turn. Pearson's No. 21 ride came back to life, shooting beside Petty off Turn 4 and then finally past the No. 43 car to take the checkered. But the race wasn't over -- behind the top-finishing duo, another battle was taking place for third-place between Buddy Baker and Cale Yarborough. The pair fought for third-place, eventually crossing the start/finish line at the exact same time, prompting NASCAR to declare an official tie for third.

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