It was somewhat under back in the early 90’s that someone over the age of 50 could compete well in a Cup Nascar Harry Gant Skoal Bandit Wear Mask Red Shirt , let alone win. In fact, before 1990, only Bobby Allison had achieved such a thing (1988). But in 1991, Harry Gant would win early in the season at Talladega, solidifying him as the oldest winner in Cup history at 51. But then late in the season, Gant gained some major momentum, and went on to win 4 races in a row, from September 1st at Darlington to September 22nd at Martinsville. While win streaks weren’t unheard of, no one expected such a feat to come from an old coot. In fact, in the remaining 5 races of 1991, Gant finished 2nd twice, and in the Top 5 four times. Unfortunately, this is not a momentum he could carry through 1992, although he continued to set into stone his record, winning a two races in Dover and Michigan and at the age of 52, which would be his last wins.
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