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Top Row Jim

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1990 Belleville winner was Jeff Gordon on his birthday and he also won the Thursday night main event. Who was the driver that won on Friday night sandwiched between Gordon's victories? Do you know this or are you looking it up? Jim
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Mitch G

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Randy Roberts in Harry Conklin's #5D, Challenger with a Pontiac I think, off the top of my head.

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I haven't looked it up, either, but that sounds reasonable to me.

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Good job, Randy Roberts is correct.
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Roberts looked like the only guy who might have a shot at not getting lapped, but seems to me he had a rock go through the radiator on the 2nd or 3rd lap of the Saturday night final, and he pulled off the track early in the race. No one, but no one, would have even come close to Gordon on that night.

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Saturday Steve Knepper got 2nd. If i remember correctly the only car not to get lapped.
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John. You are correct. Steve was the only one on the lead lap at the finish, but, he was running the low groove and Jeff lapped him in turn one immediately after the checker. If there was one more lap, Jeff would have been on the lap by himself.




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