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May 28, 2011 12:00 AM

Dual honors for veteran Salina racer Jack Petty

Jack Petty is having a really good month of May. The veteran Kansas round track racer from Salina was notified recently that his iconic blue and white replica of Tim Flock's No. 91 Hudson stock car has been accepted for display in NASCAR Hall of Fame museum in Charlotte, N.C.

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