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Driven: The Story Of The First African American Inducted Into The NASCAR Hall Of Fame

Meet Wendell Scott.


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"Wendell Scott was to NASCAR what Jackie Robinson was to baseball. The difference was that Robinson played in liberal Brooklyn and had the backing of Branch Rickey, and Scott raced in the segregated South and had . . . nobody."

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