1963 NASCAR Grand National Series

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1963 Grand National Series season
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The 1963 NASCAR Grand National Series season was the fourteenth season in what is now called the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series.

Races[edit]

1963 Daytona 500[edit]

Main article: 1963 Daytona 500

The 1963 Daytona 500 was won by Tiny Lund driving a 1963 Ford. Lund drove his number 12 to victory in three hours and 17 minutes. Lund filled in for an injured Marvin Panch, who suffered injuries after a crash in a Maserati was driving a Wood Brothers car.

  1. United States Tiny Lund
  2. United States Fred Lorenzen
  3. United States Ned Jarrett
  4. United States Nelson Stacy
  5. United States Dan Gurney
  6. United States Richard Petty
  7. United States Bobby Johns
  8. United States Joe Weatherly
  9. United States Johnny Rutherford
  10. United States Tommy Irwin

1963 Sandlapper 200[edit]

Main article: 1963 Sandlapper 200

The 1963 Sandlapper 200 was the official site of Richard Petty's 25th NASCAR Grand National win for Petty Enterprises; leading 138 laps in that race. The race took place on August 8, 1963 at Columbia Speedway in Columbia, South Carolina. Two hundred laps were done on a dirt track spanning 0.500 miles (0.805 km).

  1. United States Richard Petty
  2. United States David Pearson
  3. United States Bobby Isaac
  4. United States Ned Jarrett
  5. United States G.C. Spencer
  6. United States Billy Wade
  7. United States Jack Smith
  8. United States Cale Yarborough
  9. United States Wendell Scott
  10. United States Bobby Keck

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