1994 NASCAR Winston Cup Series

The 1994 NASCAR Winston Cup Season began on Sunday February 20 and ended on Sunday November 13. Dale Earnhardt of Richard Childress Racing was crowned champion at season's end, winning consecutive Winston Cups for the third time in his career and tying Richard Petty for the record of most top-level NASCAR championships with seven.

One of the highlights of the season occurred on August 6. The series made a highly publicized first visit to the Indianapolis Motor Speedway for the Inaugural Brickyard 400.

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Luís Figo

Figo had a successful career highlighted by several trophy wins, including the Portuguese Cup, four La Liga titles, two Spanish Cups, three Spanish Super Cups, one UEFA Champions League title, one UEFA Cup Winners' Cup, two UEFA Super Cups, one Intercontinental Cup, four Serie A titles, one Italian Cup and three Italian Super Cups. On the international level, he scored 32 goals for Portugal, representing the nation at three European Championships and two World Cups, helping it finish runner-up at Euro 2004.

The Busch Clash was held February 13 at Daytona International Speedway. Ken Schrader drew for the pole. In Daytona 500 practice Neil Bonnett had a tire failure in turn 3 and hit the wall head-on. Bonnett died of massive head injuries.

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Ken Schrader Racing

Ken Schrader Racing is a NASCAR team and licensing agent for racer Ken Schrader, who owns and drives for the team. The team currently competes in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series for Ken Schrader, driving the No. 52 Toyota Tundra.

The Gatorade 125s, the qualifying races for the Daytona 500, were held February 19 at Daytona International Speedway.

The Daytona 500 was held in Daytona International Speedway. Loy Allen Jr won the pole.

The Goodwrench 500 was held February 27 at North Carolina Speedway. The No. 7 of Geoff Bodine was on the pole.

Failed to qualify: 31-Ward Burton, 48-James Hylton, 99-Danny Sullivan, 61-Rick Carelli, 95-Jeremy Mayfield, 48-Jerry Hill, 02-T. W. Taylor

The Pontiac Excitement 400 was held March 6 at Richmond International Raceway. The No. 16 of Ted Musgrave won the pole.

Failed to qualify: 19-Loy Allen Jr., 45-Rich Bickle, 71-Dave Marcis, 43-Wally Dallenbach Jr., 23-Hut Stricklin, 47-Billy Standridge, 61-Rick Carelli, 02-T.W. Taylor, ??-Mike Wallace

The Purolator 500 was held March 13 at Atlanta Motor Speedway. The No. 19 of Loy Allen Jr. won the pole.

Failed to qualify: 43-Wally Dallenbach Jr., 20-Buddy Baker, 61-Rick Carelli, 47-Billy Standridge, 89-Jim Sauter, 80-Jimmy Horton, 99-Danny Sullivan, 95-Jeremy Mayfield

The TranSouth Financial 400 was held March 27 at Darlington Raceway. Bill Elliott won the pole.

(Source: Wikipedia)