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Own a minute in the life of Dale Earnhardt

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    Dale Earnhardt
  • 29 April 1951 Dale Earnhardt was born.
  • 25 May 1975 Made stock car racing debut finishing 22nd in the World 600 at Charlotte Motor Speedway.
  • 1 April 1979 Earned first victory at Bristol, Tenn. Won Rookie of the Year Award.
  • 15 February 1998 Was named one of the NASCAR's 50 Greatest Drivers.
  • 28 July 1998 The movie "BASEketball" was released with Dale Earnhardt in a cameo role.
  • 15 October 2000 Won Winston 500 at Talladega Superspeedway for final career victory.
  • 18 February 2001 Dale Earnhardt died.

Dale Earnhardt: A Legend Cut Short Too Soon

Dale Earnhardt, the much beloved late NASCAR driver, was born Ralph Dale Earnhardt on April 29, 1951 in North Carolina. Daleís own father, Ralph Earnhardt, was a relatively successful driver in the early years of NASCAR; however, Ralph always kept his job at a cotton mill in North Carolina to support his family. At the age of 16 young Dale quit school in order to race full time.

In 1975 Dale began to participate in the Winston Cup. Finally, in 1979 he earned his first win at the Bristol Motor Speedway. Going into the Ď80s Earnhardt won the Busch Clash while also scoring wins at Nashville, Bristol, Charlotte and Martinsville. That same year he garnered his first championship and also won the title Rookie of the Year. Throughout the next several years he scored a number of impressive wins, although the Daytona 500 continued to elude him. By 1994 he had racked up 7 NASCAR Winston Cup titles and finished second in the Daytona 500 the following year. Finally, in 1998 he won the coveted title at Daytona, taking the lead over Jeff Gordon by the 138th lap.

In the next two years Dale won several more impressive wins at various races while seeking a second Daytona win. In 2001 it would appear that he might be able to accomplish that goal; however, a crash in the last lap sent him spinning into the wall head-on. Almost immediately he was struck on the driverís side as well and while the driver that hit him was able to escape the wreckage of his own car, Dale Earnhardt, Jr. died on impact.

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