Definition of Petty, Richard in English:

Petty, Richard

Syllabification: Pet·ty, Richard
Pronunciation: /ˈpetē
 
/
( 1937-), US race car driver 1958–92. The first stock car driver to achieve career winnings of $1 million, he has 200 career wins and was the first motor sportsman to receive the Medal of Freedom (1992). Motorsports Hall of Fame of America (1989).

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