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Rob Moroso was at the peak of his young career when he strapped in to the car on October 9, 1988 to compete in his first-ever Cup series start.
The 20-year-old Busch Series rookie was on the verge of reaching greatness, and it was only just the beginning. Starting from the 34th position at Charlotte Motor Speedway, Moroso went on to finish the race 14th, piloting the #47 Peak Monte Carlo for Hendrick Motorsports. This was the first time Moroso had ever driven for any team other than his families.
Finishing second in the NASCAR Busch series in 1988, Moroso went on to claim the NASCAR Busch Series Championship in 1989, and would later become the 1990 Rookie of the Year in Cup. His life was cut short, after a tragic car accident took his life in 1990.
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