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NASCAR Grand National race number 4 of 56
Sunday, December 11, 1955 at Palm Beach Speedway, W. Palm Beach, FL
200 laps on a 0.500 mile paved track (100.000 miles)

Time of race: 1:31:50
Average speed: 65.009 mph
Pole speed: 78.912 mph
Cautions: n/a
Margin of victory: n/a
Attendance: 4500
Lead changes: n/a

Glossary    1956 NASCAR Grand National results   /   1956 standings

1 392   Herb Thomas Herb Thomas'56 Chevrolet1991100running
2 464   Al Keller Al Keller'56 Chevrolet198700running
3 646   Billy Myers Hugh Babb'55 Chevrolet197475running
4 887   Buck Baker Satcher Motors   (James Satcher)'56 Ford195365running
51342   Lee Petty Petty Enterprises'56 Dodge193310running
62244   Bob Welborn Julian Petty'55 Chevrolet191250running
71733   Johnny Patterson H.B. Ranier'55 Chevrolet191200running
81588   Blackie Pitt Ernest Woods'55 Oldsmobile180150running
91491   Jack Choquette '54 Oldsmobile173100running
10101   Bobby Myers '55 Chevrolet177100running
112331   Bill Thurber '55 Studebaker17375running
1216900   Johnny Roberts Johnny Roberts'55 Chevrolet17260running
13 998   Marvin Panch Tom Harbison'56 Ford14850gasket
141918   Dick Burns '53 Oldsmobile14850running
1511C97   Red Farmer J.M. Fitzgibbons'56 Chevrolet14750crash
16 799   Curtis Turner Schwam Motors   (Charlie Schwam) Ford11750bearing
17203   Al Watkins Al Watkins'55 Ford8950bearing
181828   Eddie Skinner Frank Dodge'53 Oldsmobile6750overheating
19 1301   Fonty Flock Carl Kiekhaefer'55 Chrysler6550crash
202127   John McVitty John McVitty'55 Chevrolet6250radiator
211297   Dave Terrell Dave Terrell'56 Ford2550engine
22 29   Joe Weatherly Schwam Motors   (Charlie Schwam)'56 Ford200 disqualified
23 57   Jim Reed Jim Reed Chevrolet200 disqualified

Failed to qualify, withdrew, or driver changes:
WDTim FlockChrysler
WDJimmie LewallenOldsmobile