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1990 The Winston

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1990 The Winston
Race details[1]
Exhibition race in the 1990 NASCAR Winston Cup Series
Date May 20, 1990 (1990-05-20)
Location Concord, North Carolina
Course Charlotte Motor Speedway
1.5 mi (2.4 km)
Distance 70 laps, 105 mi (168.981 km)
Weather Temperatures around 71.8 °F (22.1 °C), with winds gusting to 8.75 miles per hour (14.08 km/h)[2]
Average speed 163.001 mph (262.325 km/h)
Pole position
Driver Richard Childress Racing
Most laps led
Driver Dale Earnhardt Richard Childress Racing
Laps 70
Winner
No. 3 Dale Earnhardt Richard Childress Racing
Television in the United States
Network ABC
Announcers Paul Page, Benny Parsons, and Bobby Unser

The 1990 edition of The Winston was a stock car racing competition that took place on May 20, 1990. Held at Charlotte Motor Speedway in Concord, North Carolina, the 70-lap race was an exhibition race in the 1990 NASCAR Winston Cup Series. Dale Earnhardt of Richard Childress Racing won the pole and led all 70 laps to win the race and collect a total purse of US$325,000. He also became the first two-time winner of The Winston.[3]

Unlike the previous two events, which ran for 135 laps and three segments each, this race used a 70-lap, two-segment format.

Background

Charlotte Motor Speedway, the track where the race was held.
Charlotte Motor Speedway, the track where the race was held.

The Winston was open to race winners from last season through the 1990 Winston 500 at Talladega Superspeedway. Because the field did not meet the minimum requirement of 19 cars, the remaining spots were awarded to the most recent winning drivers prior to the 1988 season. Neil Bonnett was eligible for this race, but had to bow out due to an injury he sustained at Darlington on April 1. As a result, his eligibility was given to Morgan Shepherd.

1990 The Winston drivers and eligibility

Race winners in 1989 and 1990

Race winners from previous years, not eligible by the above criteria

Winner of The Winston Open

Race summary

Segment 1 (50 laps)

Dale Earnhardt won the pole while Davey Allison took the outside pole. Dick Trickle made the starting grid by winning the Winston Open after beating Rob Moroso by a margin of only eight inches. Allison and Bill Elliott served as the onboard camera cars throughout the race. As the green flag dropped, Earnhardt charged forward while Darrell Waltrip overtook Allison for second place. By the fifth lap, Mark Martin took second place from Waltrip and set his sights on Earnhardt. On lap 8, defending champion Rusty Wallace retired from the race after his engine expired. Segment 1 ended with Earnhardt taking the checkered flag while leading all 50 laps.

Race 1 results
  1. 3-Dale Earnhardt (US$50,000)
  2. 9-Bill Elliott
  3. 6-Mark Martin
  4. 25-Ken Schrader
  5. 7-Alan Kulwicki

Segment 2 (20 laps)

Earnhardt led the field on the second segment. Elliott suddenly lost momentum as Martin, Alan Kulwicki, and Ken Schrader passed him. The caution flag waved on lap 54 after NASCAR officials spotted oil on turns one and two. On the restart, Schrader challenged Martin for second place with Elliott close behind them while Trickle and Allison fought Kulwicki for fifth place. In the end, Earnhardt held off Schrader to win the race and US$200,000, becoming the first two-time winner and the first and only flag-to-flag winner of The Winston.

Race results
Pos Grid Car Driver Owner Manufacturer Laps run Laps led
1 1 3 Dale Earnhardt Richard Childress Racing Chevrolet 70 70
2 9 25 Ken Schrader Hendrick Motorsports Chevrolet 135 0
3 4 6 Mark Martin Roush Racing Ford 70 0
4 6 9 Bill Elliott Melling Racing Ford 70 0
5 2 28 Davey Allison Robert Yates Racing Ford 70 0
6 20 66 Dick Trickle Cale Yarborough Motorsports Pontiac 70 0
7 11 33 Harry Gant Jackson Motorsports Chevrolet 70 0
8 8 7 Alan Kulwicki AK Racing Ford 70 0
9 5 15 Morgan Shepherd Bud Moore Engineering Ford 70 0
10 15 8 Bobby Hillin Jr. Stavola Brothers Racing Buick 70 0
11 10 83 Lake Speed Speed Racing Oldsmobile 70 3
12 13 5 Ricky Rudd Hendrick Motorsports Chevrolet 70 0
13 3 17 Darrell Waltrip Hendrick Motorsports Chevrolet 70 0
14 17 1 Terry Labonte Precision Products Racing Oldsmobile 70 0
15 12 42 Kyle Petty SABCO Racing Pontiac 69 0
16 19 11 Geoff Bodine Junior Johnson & Associates Ford 69 0
17 18 73 Phil Parsons Barkdoll Motorsports Oldsmobile 69 0
18 7 10 Derrike Cope Whitcomb Racing Chevrolet 68 0
19 16 26 Brett Bodine King Racing Buick 55 0
20 14 27 Rusty Wallace Blue Max Racing Pontiac 8 0
Source:[1]

References

  1. ^ a b "1990 The Winston". Racing-Reference. Retrieved January 28, 2019.
  2. ^ "Weather information for the 1990 The Winston". The Old Farmers' Almanac. Retrieved January 28, 2019.
  3. ^ "Photos: 30 years of NASCAR Sprint All-Star Race winners". Fox Sports. October 20, 2016. Retrieved January 26, 2019.
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