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    Dale Earnhardt

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    Dale Earnhardt grew up in automotive racing. Ever since he was a kid that is what his family did, and now his family carries on that legacy. Dale Earnhardt grew up in Kannapolis, North Carolina, a textile mill town. His father, Ralph Earnhardt, was known as "Iron heart" on the short-track racing circuit, and he taught Dale how to drive stock cars and work with engines. His father had converted a barn behind the family home into a garage, and he was well known for his skill with engines. Earnhardt's

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    Dale Earnhardt Biography

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    Dale Earnhardt Bio Dale Earnhardt was among one of the best nascar racecar drivers of all time. One of his amazing accomplishments was he had 76 wins throughout his career. He also has changed the way our safety in every way of racing. Many lives have been saved because of his bad crash there was more and more safety requirements leading up to today's equipment not only in NASCAR, but on every track across the nation. Ralph Dale Earnhardt was born on April 29, 1951, in Kannapolis, North Carolina

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    Dale Earnhardt Sr.

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    Dale Earnhardt Sr. Dale Earnhardt Sr. died as he lived. Always known as a competitor who brought the best out in everyone around him, he died trying to bring the best out in one of his drivers, Michael Waltrip. Dale knew that several cars had the ability to win the Daytona 500, and he was determined to make sure that those cars had to get by him in order to reach Waltrip, the eventual winner. His final lap crash occurred as he was running interference for Waltrip and his son, Dale Junior, who

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    The Person I Most Admire Dale Earnhardt Jr. was born on October 10, 1974 in Kannapolis, North Carolina. His full name is Ralph Dale Earnhardt Jr. Dale is a third generation driver who is also forever connected to the sport of car racing. Dale also has a brother Kerry who helped him start racing. The only thing he has that is different is his competitive driving style and his keen business sense. He is a professional race car driver also know better as NASCAR driver. When Dale’s parents had divorced

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    Dale Earnhardt and Stock Car Racing

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    Dale Earnhardt and Stock Car Racing Over 50 years ago a new sport was introduced. This sport was stock car racing. The organization that sponsors stock car racing is known as National Association of Stock Car Racing, NASCAR. The driver that is identifiable with NASCAR is definitely Dale Earnhardt. Over the years there have been many great stock car racers from Cale Yarborough to Richard Petty and Davy Allison, but no other name was better known than Dale Earnhardt. Whether on the track or in the

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    NASCAR: Not Just for Rednecks

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    believe we do. So next time you hear about a NASCAR event check it out, it just may be worth your time. Works Cited Camncho, Ron, and Helton, Max.”Earnhardt’s the Man.” From the Heart of Racing. Walnut grove Press, 2000. Smith, Marty. Earnhardt Jr. Radio Spot Supports Jeb Bush.” Turner Sports Interactive.5 Nov. 2002 http://www.nascar.com/2002/news/headlines/wc/11/05/dearnhardtjr_jeb/

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    How would you like to go over 100 mph and make a living doing it? The event I am researching is NASCAR. NASCAR is which a multibillion dollar industry they race 1500 races a year in 39 states and 100 tracks. NASCAR is the 2nd most watched sport in the United States. The major race series they are the sprint cup series, nationwide series, and the camping world truck series. NASCAR is the largest sanctioning body of stock car racing in the United States. NASCAR headquarters are located in Daytona

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    to stabilize the driver's head in the event of a crash, but up until 2001 NASCAR did not require their drivers to wear this device or one like it (Hinton). Dale Earnhardt Sr. also was killed because of a crash where he had head injuries at the base of his skull (Harris). Even though no one is sure that a HANS device could have saved Earnhardt they know that it could not have hurt him (Harris). In the early 2000’s drivers in NASCAR series came up with excuses of why they did not want to wear neck

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    People who have participated in racing for the past century, have never been universally accepted as athletes. The drivers, especially those in the National Association for Stock Car Auto Racing (NASCAR) prove this misconception as incorrect with their intense training and stellar performances. Drivers on social media, assert that they are athletes, contradicting other sports stars who insist that they are not. The drivers in NASCAR and all forms of racing deserve to be given the respect of their

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    A Weekend at NASCAR As most people are aware, NASCAR is the fastest growing sport in America. NASCAR, or the National Association for Stock Car Auto Racing, has become a national phenomenon and is attended by millions of Americans of year. The NASCAR season begins in February at the speedway in Daytona Beach, Florida, and runs until November where it concludes at the final race in Homestead, Florida. The season consists of 36 races at tracks throughout the United States. Some tracks, such

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