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Jim Hunter has extinguished a number of volatile situations as NASCAR's public relations extraordinaire. Today he faces his biggest test yet: lung cancer.
Former USAC champion and 1978 Indy 500 co-rookie of the year Larry Rice has died of lung cancer. He was 63.
Benny Parsons was one of NASCAR's greatest drivers. After succumbing to lung cancer at age 65, he'll be remembered as one of the sport's greatest ambassadors, writes Terry Blount.
NASCAR lost its second champion in less than two weeks when Benny Parsons died Tuesday. He was 65.
Benny Parsons remained in intensive care Friday after entering the hospital nearly two weeks ago because of complications stemming from lung cancer.
Former NASCAR champion Benny Parsons has been diagnosed with lung cancer and began treatments on Wednesday.
Clifton "Coo Coo" Marlin, one of NASCAR's early stars and father of current Nextel Cup driver Sterling Marlin, died Sunday after a battle with lung cancer. He was 73.
Austin Cameron has been diagnosed with a form of lung cancer that may end his racing career.
Long-time NASCAR broadcaster Charlie Harville died of lung cancer.