Streetcars who cover a massive record distance in one hour attract the attention of all audiences and all racing drivers towards us

Streetcars that cover 200 miles in one hour are a dime a dozen these days, but centuries ago, this was an outstanding achievement to get this speed

The first NASCAR car to do it was the Dodge Daytona to achieve this unbeatable speed and cover many more distances in less time

Buddy Baker first checked it, who drove around Talladega Superspeedway in March 1970 at an average of 200.447 mph during a personal test

Last September, The same car set a record of covering 199.446 mph with Charlie Glotzbach behind the wheel, and its history, as fascinating as the vehicle, is considerable

It began its life as a Dodge 500 press car and had been seized and regained before it was restored into a race car and reached the 1969 Daytona 500

Later, Dodge Daytona became one of the most developed cars with the iconic nose cap, tall rear wing and 426 cubic-inch V8, and refunded to racing in its new veil

Bobby Allison, Dan Gurney, Bobby Isaac and James Hylton are among those who drove the car over the years but never succeeded