The 10 Biggest 'What Ifs' in NASCAR History

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The 10 Biggest 'What Ifs' in NASCAR History
What if Adam Petty was still with us and behind the wheel of a race car?

As with all things, we as NASCAR fans have our own little lists of "what ifs" that we talk about with other fans or think about when alone.

It's hard to avoid the implications of many of those "what ifs," especially considering the enormity of some of those situations that have occurred in NASCAR. What if Bill France Sr. had never gone to Daytona Beach? What if Richard Petty ended up losing on July 4, 1984 instead of winning his monumental 200th race? 

What if we didn't lose Dale Earnhardt on February 18, 2001?

Everyone is sure to have their own special list of "what ifs," but the following is a compilation of the what ifs with the biggest implications for the sport's history. 

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