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Ray Evernham & the Grey Area

Evernham has only been busted big-time once -- officially. During his first title run as Jeff Gordon's crew chief in 1995, Ray was fined $60,000 for using "illegal suspension" parts in the 24 car at Charlotte.

There was another time, however, that happened so fast and so quietly that it got very little attention at the time.  Evernham and Gordon won The Winston all-star race in 1997 with a car that was so radical in its chassis design and construction that the team was told to tear it apart and never bring anything like it back to the track ever.

So, what was so radical about it?

Evernham looks confused at the question. "I don't know what you're talking about."

Yeah, right.

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