Charlie Scott And Wendell Scott

DAYTONA BEACH, FL - FEBRUARY 1956: NASCAR's first two African-American drivers, Charlie Scott (left) and Wendell Scott, who were not related, pose together at the Daytona Beach-Road Course. Charlie Scott was the first African-American to run in a NASCAR Cup race, on the Beach circuit that year, and it would be his only Cup race. Wendell Scott was the first black competitor in NASCAR, running numerous NASCAR Modified-Sportsman races in the 1950s, but would not enter his first Cup race until 1961. (Photo by ISC Images & Archives via Getty Images)
DAYTONA BEACH, FL - FEBRUARY 1956: NASCAR's first two African-American drivers, Charlie Scott (left) and Wendell Scott, who were not related, pose together at the Daytona Beach-Road Course. Charlie Scott was the first African-American to run in a NASCAR Cup race, on the Beach circuit that year, and it would be his only Cup race. Wendell Scott was the first black competitor in NASCAR, running numerous NASCAR Modified-Sportsman races in the 1950s, but would not enter his first Cup race until 1961. (Photo by ISC Images & Archives via Getty Images)
Charlie Scott And Wendell Scott
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