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Why Dale Earnhardt Flipped Off a Rookie Driver Traveling 190 mph During the Final Race of His Life

Kurt Busch remembers the 2001 Daytona 500 for the tragic accident that took the life of the legendary Dale Earnhardt on the final lap of the race. However, Busch has another memory etched in his mind from that race in what turned out to be his first and only brush with The Intimidator. The whole incident was one part frightening and one part hilarious for the rookie driver.
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Dale Earnhardt Once Set Concerns About His Public Image Aside to Make a Dying Fan’s Wish Come True

Among motorsports fans, the name Dale Earnhardt will call to mind a specific image. During his time on the track, the North Carolina native earned his Intimidator nickname. For better or worse, he wasn’t afraid to push the envelope or, if nothing else, shoot an icy glare at someone he didn’t like. Away from the track, though, things were a bit different.
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1998 Corvette Honors Dale Earnhardt

The National Corvette Museum is celebrating receiving a 1998 C5 Corvette donated by Jack and Dor DeLong. The DeLongs have donated two C4s to the museum as well, but this C5 is special because of its connection to Dale Earnhardt. Now it will be on display in Bowling Green for visitors to enjoy.
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1998 Chevy Corvette Donated To NCM Honors Dale Earnhardt: Video

A 1998 Chevy Corvette that was donated to the National Corvette Museum during the recent 2021 NCM Bash pays tribute to late NASCAR legend Dale Earnhardt. This Nassau Blue Chevy Corvette was donated to the NCM by Jack and Dor DeLong, who purchased the car brand new in 1997. The DeLongs later drove their C5 to the NCM’s fifth-anniversary celebration in 1999, waking up early so they could be the second car in line to get into the NCM grounds on the day of the event. Jack says attending this event “opened their eyes to what the museum could be for them,” and kickstarted a close relationship with the facility. Since then, the DeLongs have donated two C4 Corvettes to the museum and have now donated a third vehicle in the way of their one-owner C5.
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Dale Earnhardt, Jr. to compete at Richmond Raceway Sept. 11

NASCAR Hall of Famer Dale Earnhardt Jr. will return to competition in the Go Bowling 250 NASCAR Xfinity Series race on Saturday, Sept. 11 at Richmond Raceway, track officials announced Tuesday. To recognize the 20th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks, JR Motorsports and long-time partner Unilever will recognize those lost...
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DragonKing Dark: The fatal Dale Earnhardt crash

On a new DragonKing Dark, I continue our weekly look into the 100 darkest moments in pop culture history. This time, I explore the fatal accident of Dale Earnhardt in Daytona Beach, FL, at 2001's NASCAR Daytona 500 when 17 million people witnessed the death of the most popular driver in the sport.
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Jeffrey Earnhardt to pay tribute to Dale Earnhardt with Olympic-themed car

Jeffrey Earnhardt‘s throwback scheme for next month’s Xfinity Series race at Darlington Raceway will pay tribute to the Olympic-themed car Dale Earnhardt drove in the 1996 All-Star Race. Dale Earnhardt drove the car ahead of the 1996 Olympics in Atlanta. He finished third in the All-Star Race. Jeffrey Earnhardt will...
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Justin Allgaier Honoring Dale Earnhardt with Throwback Scheme for Darlington

When it comes to Throwback Weekend at Darlington Raceway, Justin Allgaier typically has some sporty paint schemes. This year will be no different. Sponsored by Good Humor, Allgaier will run a throwback scheme that is reminiscent of Dale Earnhardt’s GM Goodwrench Service/Tazmanian Devil paint scheme that was run in the 2000 Daytona 500.
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Dale Earnhardt, Jr…Cup Series owner?

Dale Earnhardt Jr. confirmed on Sunday that the addition of a Cup program at JR Motorsports is no longer out of the question. With the advent of the NextGen car, Earnhardt said he and JRM co-owner Kelley Earnhardt Miller have discussed what the obstacles would be associated with an expansion—acquiring a charter and sponsorship chief among them.
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How Dale Earnhardt Helped Brett Bodine Capture His Only NASCAR Cup Victory

Brett Bodine’s only NASCAR Cup Series victory came in large part thanks to help from Dale Earnhardt during the April 1990 First Union 400 at North Wilkesboro Speedway. Granted, it’s possible the middle of the racing Bodine brothers might have won, anyway, but Earnhardt’s unwitting help shouldn’t be dismissed. It...
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Dale Earnhardt Overcame A Lot to Win the ’93 Coca-Cola 600

All eyes were on the track back in 1993 as the 34th annual Coca-Cola 600 Memorial Day weekend race was about to begin. The NASCAR Winston Cup Series race was held at Charlotte Motor Speedway and boasted an all-star lineup. It was the first time the race would start in the late afternoon, so drivers and teams had to also prepare their stock cars for when the sun went down and the track cooled off.