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Still, there is little doubt that this lucrative linkage literally saved the day for championship stock car racing. J. Reynolds, maker of Winston cigarettes, began its major investment in the sport. Dollars that had formerly gone to purchase radio and television time were now being used for prize money, NASCAR promotions, car and race sponsorship, and just about everything else for which money could be used to strengthen and promote the sport. In exchange, in 1972, NASCAR’s Grand National championship series was renamed the Winston Cup Grand National Series.
Howell, From Moonshine to Madison Avenue: A Cultural History of the NASCAR Winston Cup Series (Bowling Green, Ohio: Bowling Green State University Popular Press, 1997). 27. The following material is taken largely from Steve Zautke, “The Rise and Fall of USAC Stock Car Racing,” Vintage Oval Racing, Apr. 2002. 28. Quoted in Wright, Fixin’ to Git, 41. The NASCAR Paradox 29. Huff, The Insider’s Guide to Stock Car Racing, 108. 30. “120 Million Race Fans Can’t Be Wrong,” Boston Globe, Sept. 11, 2002.
Patriotic sentimentality hung thick in the air over every NASCAR event. And NASCAR was setting new attendance records and signing ever more lucrative media contracts year after year. 15 Part of the answer to the NASCAR paradox is that historically, NASCAR has not only allowed but invited and even encouraged unapologetic jingoistic patriotism, conservatism, and open religiosity among its fans. As a uniquely American sport with all-American cars and all-American drivers, NASCAR was well positioned to profit from the resurgent patriotism of the post-Vietnam era, and it certainly did.
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