|Race 13 of 30 in the 1975 NASCAR Winston Cup Series season|
Layout of Charlotte Motor Speedway
|Date||May 25, 1975|
|Location||Charlotte Motor Speedway, Concord, North Carolina|
Permanent racing facility|
1.500 mi (2.410 km)
|Distance||400 laps, 600 mi (965 km)|
|Weather||Extremely hot with temperatures reaching as high as 91 °F (33 °C); wind speeds up to 8.9 miles per hour (14.3 km/h)|
|Average speed||142.255 miles per hour (228.937 km/h)|
|Most laps led|
|Driver||Richard Petty||Petty Enterprises|
|No. 43||Richard Petty||Petty Enterprises|
|Television in the United States|
There were 40 drivers on the grid. Coo Coo Marlin had an engine problem on lap 33 out of the regulation amount of 400 laps - earning him a last place position and a meager $1,455 in winnings ($66,186.00 when adjusted for inflation).Richard Petty would defeat Cale Yarborough by at least one lap in front of 90,600 audience members. Petty would earn the majority of the prize money with a swifty-earned paycheck of $30,290 ($137,756.75 in when adjusted for inflation).
Dale Earnhardt would make his debut here; finishing 22nd in the process.Randy Bethea would race his only NASCAR Cup Series race here; he would participate in 251 laps (approximately 62.8% of the total distance) before engine problems relegated him to the sideline.Joe Frasson failed to qualify for this race while Darel Dieringer would make his NASCAR comeback here. Richard Childress would also compete in his event; finishing one place behind his future employee Dale Earnhardt.
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