In 1971, NASCAR banned Chrysler's winged cars, forcing teams like Bobby Isaac's K&K to park their fastest rides. K&K owner Nord Krauskopf decided to take the team's Charger Daytona to Bonneville for one last romp. They'd end up setting 28 world records.
(Jalopnik's resident historian Steve Lehto takes on one of his favorite subjects, NASCAR champion Bobby Isaac, in this tale of Bonnevillle salt glory 40 years after the fact. Check out more about Isaac here and in Lehto's book Bobby Isaac: NASCAR's First Modern Champion. — Ed.)