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  • Jun 16, 1974
    Marty Robbins finishes fifth in a 1974 Dodge in the Motorstate 400 at the Michigan International Speedway in Brooklyn, Michigan. It marks the best finish of Robbins' professional racing career
    Jul 20, 1974
    On Marty Robbins Appreciation Night at the Nashville Speedway, Robbins receives a key to the city, a key to the city jail, a jeep, a fishing vacation in the Bahamas and a lifetime pass to the speedway
    Aug 11, 1974
    Marty Robbins finishes 9th in a 1973 Dodge in NASCAR's Talladega 500, held at the Alabama International Speedway
    Oct 6, 1974
    Marty Robbins crashes into a wall at 160 mph to avoid hitting other drivers in the National 500 stock car race at the Charlotte Motor Speedway. Robbins sustains two broken ribs and a broken tailbone, and requires 37 facial stitches
    Oct 10, 1974
    NASCAR driver Dale Earnhardt Jr. is born in Kannapolis, North Carolina. He'll be referenced, as "Little E," in the first verse of the 2015 Michael Ray country hit "Kiss You In The Morning"
    Feb 16, 1975
    Marty Robbins wrecks a 1974 Dodge in the Daytona 500 at the Daytona Motor Speedway in Florida. Benny Parsons eventually wins the race
    May 4, 1975
    In the Winston 500 at Talladega's Alabama International Speedway, Marty Robbins crashes into Ramo Scott's car, creating a ball of fire. Robbins loses consciousness; after returning to strength, he announces his retirement from racing
    Jul 19, 1975
    The Nashville Speedway holds Marty Robbins Night
    Jan 21, 1976
    Marty Robbins says he's taking back his vow to stop auto racing and plans a return to the NASCAR circuit
    May 30, 1976
    Marty Robbins drives the pace car at the Indianapolis 500. Johnny Rutherford wins at an average speed of 149 mph

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