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Donnie Allison

Donnie Allison (born September 7, 1939 in Miami, Florida) is a former driver on the NASCAR Grand National/Winston Cup circuit, who won ten times during his racing career, which spanned the 1960s, 1970s and early 1980s. He was part of the "Alabama Gang," and is the brother of 1983 champion Bobby Allison and uncle of Davey Allison. He was inducted in the International Motorsports Hall of Fame in 2009.

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1979 Daytona 500 - Race - Play-by-play of The Final Lap
... Out of turn two Donnie Allison in first ... will Cale make his move? He comes to the inside, Donnie Allison throws the block, Cale hits him, he slides, Donnie Allison slides, they hit again, they drive up the turn, they're hitting the wall! They're ... There it is, they are already in the turn spinning, sliding, Donnie Allison's hopes vanished, Cale Yarborough trying to win his third ...
NASCAR Lore - Races - 1970s
... Donnie Allison was leading the race on the final lap with Cale Yarborough drafting him tightly ... Yarborough attempted a slingshot pass at the end of the backstretch, and Allison attempted to block ... Donnie Allison and Yarborough climbed out of their cars and began to argue ...
Hoss Ellington - Later Years and End of Team
... Donnie Allison only drove 3 races for the team in 1980 before he left to join Kennie Childers's team ... Four different drivers (Benny Parsons, Kyle Petty, Buddy Baker, and Donnie Allison) drove for Ellington including Donnie Allison for one race ... Donnie Allison's nephew Davey ran 3 races, while Rick Wilson and Pancho Carter each ran 1 race ...

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