2017-06-07 / Sports

HE’S NEXT ON JIMMIE JOHNSON’S LIST



— Union Oil (Unical) “Race Stopper” Ann Romeo, left, made eyes at Cale Yarborough of Timmonsville, S.C., winner of the first Motor State 500 at Cambridge Junction, Michigan on June 16, 1969. He was driving a 1969 Mercury and swept up $17,625 in prize money with a time of 3 hours, 35 minutes and 28 seconds. Yarborough went on to compete 560 races in his career, which ended in retirement in 1988. Romeo was one of the original Race Stopper “trophy girls.” (AP Photo) — Union Oil (Unical) “Race Stopper” Ann Romeo, left, made eyes at Cale Yarborough of Timmonsville, S.C., winner of the first Motor State 500 at Cambridge Junction, Michigan on June 16, 1969. He was driving a 1969 Mercury and swept up $17,625 in prize money with a time of 3 hours, 35 minutes and 28 seconds. Yarborough went on to compete 560 races in his career, which ended in retirement in 1988. Romeo was one of the original Race Stopper “trophy girls.” (AP Photo)

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