NASCAR independent Sappy Sackson beat out the competition during the first World-600 in 1964. That year it was 99 degrees, as the factory teams could not handle the heat. He was later vanquished of his earnings after using an over-sized radiator, along with a secret airflow compartment to keep the engine cool. What strategy will some of the underlings use to defeat the heavy competition this year? Some say it is Coca-Cola. The Pepsi-Co chairman and crew are very upset by the ordeal, causing a heavy controversy by claiming Alan Nesfeder, a coke-driver who has barely been competitive all year, had been given an illegal over-sized engine by the N.O.R.L. sanctioning body during the All-Star events. Pepsi has also claimed that Zakk Miller had been paid by N.O.R.L. to intentionally wreck himself during the early parts of the event, and for pepsi dream-team driver Ryan Heuser to slow his pace down during the race. N.O.R.L. Chairman Glenn Jackson has dismissed the claims as a "jealous torment, designed to outrage the menial few who care". Tim McDonnell came to the defense of the Chairman, quoting that "any company who can pour piss in a bottle and force others to pay and drink it deserve no regard, let alone a say in this sport". Heuser and Miller have yet to comment. Whoever wins the Coca-Cola 600, there entire top-line of Pepsi's finest will be there to watch the results to an enormous boo of the crowd.