June 14, 1964 - 100 Miles - Purse $4,240

  Richard Petty would capture the first of his nine victories at Nashville Fairgrounds Speedway with his win in the 1964 Music City 400.  Petty led 127 of the event's 200 laps in his 1964 Plymouth.

There were only 17 competitors in the event.  Ned Jarrett blew the engine in his Bondy Long Ford and was unable to start the race.

This would be Petty's 30 career NASCAR Grand National win.

David Pearson would be the only other drive to led laps during the event.  He led 73 laps in his Cotton Owens Dodge.

1964 Music City 400 Champion Richard Petty

Average Speed:   76.498 mph Time of Race:       1:18:26 Margin:      1 Lap
Pole Winner:         David Pearson  80.142 mph Attendance:           9,000 Cautions:   none
Lap Leaders:        Petty 1-65, Pearson 66-138, Petty 139-200
 
Driver Fin Str Car Team  /  Owner Car Laps Money Status Led
Richard Petty 1 2 43 Petty Enterprises 64 Plym 200 1,000 running 127
David Pearson 2 1 6 Cotton Owens 64 Dodge 199 600 running 73
  Buck Baker 3 4 3 Buck Baker 64 Dodge 199 400 running 0
Jimmy Pardue 4 3 54 Burton-Robinson 64 Ply 195 300 running 0
  G.C. Spencer 5 6 49 G.C. Spencer 64 Chev 191 275 running 0
Larry Thomas 6 5 36 Wade Younts 63 Dodge 191 240 running 0
Wendell Scott 7 7 34 Wendell Scott 63 Ford 188 200 running 0
  Curtis Crider 8 11 2 Curtis Crider 63 Merc 185 175 running 0
  Bill McMahan 9 10 42 Casper Hensley 63 Pont 184 150 running 0
  Earl Brooks 10 15 44 Wendell Scott 62 Chev 178 140 running 0
  Bud Harless 11 8 40 Fred Harless 62 Pont 169 130 running 0
  Gene Hobby 12 14 99 Barney Humphries 62 Dodge 168 120 running 0
  Neil Castles 13 13 88 Buck Baker 62 Chrys 80 110 axle shaft 0
  Roy Tyner 14 12 9 Roy Tyner 64 Chev 79 100 transmission 0
  Buddy Baker 15 9 87 J.C. Parker 63 Dodge 30 100 overheating 0
  Frank Tanner 16 16 1 Curtis Crider 63 Merc 2 100 handling 0
Ned Jarrett   DNS 11 Bondy Long 64 Ford 0 100 blown engine in practice 0