1967: Richard Petty rolls from the pole position and leads wire-to-wire in a 200-lap main event at Savannah (Ga.) Speedway, one of 27 victories that season for the NASCAR Hall of Famer. Elmo Langley finished second, five laps off the pace of Petty’s Plymouth. Tom Pistone took third, six laps down.
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