The Strangest Superstitions in NASCAR History

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The Strangest Superstitions in NASCAR History
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When it comes to superstition, NASCAR is about as bad as baseball. Racing lore often dictates what a driver may practice when it comes to finding success on the race track.

On the weekend of a race, Davey Allison would watch a movie. If he ran well that weekend, the same movie would be watched the next weekend. Sterling Marlin ate the same type of bologna sandwich prior to his two Daytona 500 wins, but when that ritual was disrupted he wasn't able to find the same success at Daytona again.

Dale Earnhardt would leave a building out the same door he walked in.

Along with peanut shells and $50 bills, here are some of the strangest superstitions in NASCAR history.

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