Doc Faustina

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Doc Faustina
Born (1939-02-01) February 1, 1939 (age 78)
New Orleans, Louisiana
Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series career
10 races run over 4 years
Best finish 61st – 1972 NASCAR Winston Cup Series season
First race 1971 Winston 500 (Alabama International Motor Speedway)
Last race 1976 Mason-Dixon 500 (Dover Downs International Speedway)
Wins Top tens Poles
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Doc Faustina (born February 1, 1939 in Las Vegas, Nevada) was a NASCAR Winston Cup Series driver who competed from 1971 to 1976.

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Faustina competed in 1502 laps, earned $7,995 in winnings (over $36,500 when adjusted for inflation), and raced 2,693.3 miles (4,334.4 km). On average, Faustina started in 31st place and ended in 28th place. Although he never won a championship or a race, Faustina competed in ten events during his four-year NASCAR Cup Series career. At age 60, Faustina competed in the 1999 season at the K&N Pro Series West.[1]

Faustina was a NASCAR owner from 1971-1976. He employed race car drivers Richard Childress (who eventually became the owner of Richard Childress Racing), Neil Castles, Jim Vandiver, James Hylton, Wendell Scott and Dave Marcis.[2]

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