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Her reign lasted from the beginning of NASCAR’s modern era, in 1971, and ended in 2003, when Miss Winston died of lung cancer. The original, and most important, Miss Winston was Marilyn Green, a leggy tobacco gal from Stokes County, North Carolina. Sure there had been Victory Lane girls in the past, but Green was as business-savvy as she was beautiful, and pushed Miss Winston as a shiny face for big tobacco.
When she gave up her reign, she opened her own modeling agency in Greensboro, N. and was in charge of choosing all of her successors.
Busch Series driver Larry Foyt, as a co-host and lifestyles trainer on the upcoming reality series "Racin' For A Livin'." The couple joins an all-star veteran racing cast including A. Foyt, Harry Gant, Ernie Irvan, Derrick Cope and Robert Pressley and guest star drivers Jeremy Mayfield, Sterling Marlin, Kenny Wallace, Mike Wallace and A. Created by veteran open-wheel racer Jerry Van Den Hul, the series will kick-off using direct internet voting to select the twelve participants.
"Racin' for a Livin'" is a once-in-a-lifetime chance to receive seven fully-sponsored rides in a NASCAR Busch Series car in the 2007 season.
Green sought a girl with beauty and brains who was capable of representing the Winston brand in a corporate setting.
The one golden rule for a Miss Winston was that she could not date drivers or crew members. Of the 50 women who held the Miss Winston crown, four married NASCAR drivers, including Patti Petty, the wife of Kyle Petty and the mother of the late Adam Petty, and Renee White, the ex-wife of former Daytona 500 champ Derrike Cope.
Another wanted NASCAR bachelor is officially off the market, girls.