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When a Journalist Saved a Driver’s Life

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NFJJ, through weekly YouTube videos, serves as your gateway to NASCAR’s enthralling history and captivating stories, igniting your passion for the world of NASCAR.

30,000 fans flocked to the 1960 National 400 to watch the country’s 50 best stock car racers battle at one of the fastest tracks in the United States. 7 cautions flew during the race, but no accident was as major as the one on lap 90. Lenny Page lost control of his vehicle, slammed the guardrail, then was T-boned by another driver. After suffering many broken bones, a concussion, and notably, a large cut in his neck, medical crews had to act fast to save his life. But before medical staff could arrive on the scene, Lenny Page was lucky that an unlikely journalist hero was just feet from the accident.

  • Discover how Lenny Page escaped death, with journalist Chris Economaki saving his life.
  • Dive into the 1960 National 400 race.
  • Learn about the “Dean of American Motorsports,” Chris Economaki.

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NFJJ, through weekly YouTube videos, serves as your gateway to NASCAR’s enthralling history and captivating stories, igniting your passion for the world of NASCAR.

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