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HUEYTOWN
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Definitions

  1. Hueytown was the home of the legendary NASCAR Alabama Gang.
  2. Hueytown was home to one of the dominant racing groups in NASCAR, the Alabama Gang. (Web site)

Schools

  1. The Hueytown area has been served by many schools over the past one hundred years. (Web site)

Saturday Night

  1. On any given Saturday night you might find any or all of the famed “Alabama Gang” towing up from Hueytown. (Web site)

Racers

  1. Hueytown memorialized the racers by renaming its main street Allison-Bonnett Memorial Drive. (Web site)

Robert Yates Racing

  1. Havoline and their star driver began their tenure with Robert Yates Racing in 1989, and the kid raised in Hueytown, Alabama continued his storybook career. (Web site)

Allison

  1. Allison, his new wife Judy, and their year-old son David Carl moved from Miami to Hueytown, Alabama in 1962 to race on that state's rich short track circuit. (Web site)

Davey

  1. Heartbroken, Davey drove to a fifth place finish in the Champion Spark Plug 400, then went home to Hueytown for Clifford's funeral. (Web site)

Years Past

  1. Other schools that served Hueytown in years past have long since been closed. (Web site)

Family

  1. She and Pop moved to Hueytown, Alabama to be near their family and racing in the 1970's. (Web site)

Ala

  1. For Donnie Allison, the IMHOF is only 60 miles from where he made his name as a racer, in Hueytown, Ala. (Web site)
  2. Allison, 27, of Hueytown, Ala., died en route to Foote Memorial Hospital in Jackson after the Chevrolet he was driving crashed about 1:30p.m.
  3. It was the latest in the tragic saga of a tightly knit group of racers from Hueytown, Ala. (Web site)

Davey Allison

  1. It has been 14 years since Hueytown, Alabama native, Davey Allison, rolled his 28 Havoline Ford to victory lane at Talladega Superspeedway. (Web site)
  2. Davey Allison won his first race as a 26-year-old rookie at the speedway, an hour east of his hometown of Hueytown.

Red Farmer

  1. On July 12, 1993 Davey and Red Farmer had left Hueytown to fly over to Talladega to watch Neil Bonnett do some laps around the track. (Web site)

Alabama

  1. Bonnett started racing on the short tracks near his hometown of Hueytown, Alabama. (Web site)
  2. In 2003, on April 28, the mayor of Hueytown, Alabama declared it Davey Allison Day and is celebrated on the weekend of the springtime Talladega race. (Web site)
  3. Bobby and Donnie set up shop in Hueytown, Alabama with another friend (Red Farmer), and they began answering to the name Alabama Gang. (Web site)

Alabama Gang

  1. Born in Hollywood, Florida in 1961, the family relocated to Hueytown, Alabama and became known as the "Alabama Gang" in NASCAR circles.
  2. The Alabama Gang, as Bobby Allison calls his group from Hueytown, made it three out of the top four when Neil Bonnett finished fourth. (Web site)

Hueytown

  1. The Alabama Gang was the nickname for a group of NASCAR drivers who set up shop and operated out of Hueytown, Alabama, near Birmingham, Alabama. (Web site)
  2. He grew up in Hueytown, Alabama and, upon graduating high school, joined his father's race team, and became a member of the Alabama Gang.
  3. He became famous as a member of the Alabama Gang and he considered his hometown to be Hueytown, Alabama. (Web site)

Categories

  1. Alabama Gang
  2. Nature > Life > Death > Neil Bonnett
  3. Red Farmer
  4. Auto Racing > Nascar > Nascar Drivers > Davey Allison
  5. Ala
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