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Fred Lorenzen became the "Golden Boy" of NASCAR Grand National racing.
Fred was handsome, he was articulate and he could drive. Just as the "superspeedway" era of NASCAR began to develop, Lorenzen was there. Fred rolled to repeat victories on the big tracks, racking up 26 wins in his career.
Fred had a stellar season in 1963, during which he won a then-record $113,570 while driving for the legendary Holman-Moody team.
Fred began racing Modifieds throughout the Midwest while working as a union carpenter. Lorenzen moved to Late Model Stock Cars in 1957, driving in USAC competition. Fred raced his Chevrolet four times that year and finished 10th each time.
Undaunted, Fred switched to Ford the next year and won 5 of 7 events. He won at Milwaukee twice, at Trenton, NJ., DuQuom and Meadowdale, Ill. In 1959, he won 6 of 13 starts.
In 1960 he was known as "Fearless Freddie" and moved to NASCAR driving his own Ford. Fred soon found out he was no match for the factory teams but he ran well enough to impress Ralph Moody, who made him an employee of Holman-Moody.
Lorenzen won 3 times in 1961, including his initial superspeedway victory, the Rebel 300 at Darlington, S.C.
In 1962 he won at Atlanta and in 1963, it all came together. Fred won at Atlanta again, took the World 600 at Charlotte Motor Speedway, among others, to set the earnings record. In 1964, Lorenzen won at Atlanta once more, becoming the first driver to win 3 straight times on the same superspeedway.
In 1965, Lorenzen won the Daytona 500 and the National 500 at Charlotte.The next year, he won the inaugural American 500 at North Carolina Motor Speedway in Rockingham, N.C. In 1967, Lorenzen decided to retire.
But Fred returned in 1970, nearly winning at Charlotte once more - and proving, in the process, he still had what it took. Late that year, Lorenzen and his father were in a traffic accident that left his dad with serious injuries. But in 1971, Fred was back at it, in a Ray Nichels Plymouth. He raced fifteen times that year and made 8 starts in a Chevrolet in 1972 before retiring for good.
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