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The former NASCAR driver died May 16 at 71 of an apparent self-inflicted gunshot wound. Police had received a call from Trickle, in which he reported there would be a dead body at a cemetery and it would be his. Trickle, who was nicknamed the "White Knight," has been billed the winningest driver in America, with approximately 1,200 wins. He won seven ARTGO championships and was named the NASCAR Winston Cup Series Rookie of the Year in 1989. In the Sprint Cup series, he was in 303 races over a span of 24 years, including 36 top 10 finishes.