Today In NASCAR History

September 22, 2012

1963: Fred Lorenzen celebrates a dominant day at Martinsville Speedway, lapping the field to win the Old Dominion 500. Lorenzen led 421 of 500 laps in a Holman-Moody Ford, taking the lead from pole-starter Junior Johnson for the final time in the 81st lap. Marvin Panch finished second in the Wood Brothers Ford, one lap back, with Joe Weatherly third, three laps off the pace.

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