For those of you who spent Sunday afternoon watching the Auto Club 400 from Fontana, California, you got to see a spectacular finish as the number 29 car (Kevin Harrick) passed five-time Fontana winner Jimmie Johnson on the final turn of the race. That marked the second win of the 2011 NASCAR Sprint Cup season for the Richard Childress Racing Team.
Childress has been involved in the shooting sports for as long as he's been involved in racing. In fact, the Richard Childress Racing Museum in Welcome, North Carolina has a Wildlife & Conservation gallery right there in the middle of NASCAR history. A few weeks ago, NRAblog paid a visit to that gallery ... here's a look: