Introduced in 1951, this model found equal success on road and track, winning a majority of all NASCAR races from 1952-1954. Perhaps most impressive about this feat was the car's luxurious credentials.
Answer Hudson Hornet
The Hudson Hornet boasted a 5.0 L six-cylinder engine and was capable of reaching 112 mph. During 1952, Marshall Teague raced in a Hornet and finished the 1952 AAA season with a 1000-point lead over his closest rival, winning 12 of the 13 scheduled events.
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