CHARLOTTE, N.C. - The NASCAR Hall of Fame unveiled its newest exhibit Friday in uptown.
On display are car parts and pieces from some of the most historic crashes in NASCAR.
Former NASCAR driver Phil Parsons' car from his 1983 Talladega wreck is now on display at the Hall of Fame.
The Hall said the goal of the exhibit is to show how cars have evolved over time and how it has shaped the sport.
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