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Today in History: October 10

October 10, 2012, NASCAR Wire Service,

1992: Jeff Gordon takes command after Mark Martin retires with battery failure to win at Charlotte Motor Speedway, marking his third Nationwide Series victory. Gordon, who started from the pole, led 90 of the 200 laps in a Baby Ruth-sponsored Ford owned by Bill Davis. Michael Waltrip finished second while brothers Bobby Labonte and Terry Labonte came home third and fourth, respectively.