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My hip-hop beats channel: http://youtube.com/BlakePlazeBeats http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fabulous_Hudson_Hornet The Hudson Hornet is an automobile that was produced by the Hudson Motor Car Company of Detroit, Michigan between 1951 and 1954. The Hornet was also built by American Motors Corporation in Kenosha, Wisconsin and marketed under the Hudson brand between 1955 and 1957. The Hornet "dominated stock car racing in the early-1950s, when stock car racers actually raced stock cars." During 1952, Hornets driven by Marshall Teague, Herb Thomas and Tim Flock won 27 NASCAR races driving for the Hudson team. In AAA racing, Teague drove a stock Hornet that he called the Fabulous Hudson Hornet to 14 wins during the season. This brought the Hornet's season record to 40 wins in 48 events, a winning percentage of 83%. Overall, Hudson won 27 of the 34 NASCAR Grand National races in 1952, followed by 22 of 37 in 1953, and 17 of 37 in 1954 — "an incredible accomplishment, especially from a car that had some legitimate luxury credentials." In the 2006 film Cars, Paul Newman provides the voice of a Hornet named Doc Hudson, aka the Fabulous Hudson Hornet, who in the 1950s won three straight "Piston Cups" and set the standing record of 27 wins in a single season (the same number of NASCAR races won by Hornets in the real 1952 season). Disclaimer: I do not claim any rights to this clip, all rights belong to Pixar Animation Studios and Disney. if you like hip-hop, check out my other channel: http://youtube.com/BlakePlazeBeats
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The Polar Express Hot Chocolate Scene
I just thought I'd upload something I consider to be the greatest racing moment of mine that no one in the racing community really knows about. I beat the hot shot rookie Lightning McQueen without even having to break a sweat! Ha! And they said I don't have it in me!
And also, let this be a lesson to you all. If you ever make me pissed, I may just toss you into the cactus patch.