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Tiny Lund - Wins in Grand American Races
... Along with his back-to-back Grand American championships in 1970 and 1971, Lund "won" two Grand National events in 1971 – the Buddy Shuman 100 at Hickory Motor Speedway ... As the number of entrants for the fields were low, NASCAR allowed Grand American cars to fill out the remaining spots on the grid ... or not Lund should have been considered a Grand National competitor in these events has been questioned ...

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