Dale's 7 Winston Cups on Display at the race shops of Dale Earnhardt, Inc. in Mooresville, NC.
What can you say? The only active 7-time Winston Cup Champion! The first man with a legitimate shot at number 8! Winner of the 1998 Daytona 500 (finally!) and finished 4th in the points for 1999! Dale is currently 2nd in the Winston Cup points for the 2000 season. Love him or hate him, you have to give the man credit. A consistent top-notch performer!
Best Wishes to Dale and the rest of the team!
Here is my brother, Dan at a Lakeland Chevrolet Dealer looking at a couple of the Intimidator's cars in the summer of 1996.
My older brother, Dan and I visited Dayona USA in September of 1997. Very COOL and well worth the money! and I visited Dayona USA in September of 1997. Very COOL and well worth the money! I think we spent a total of $20 a piece and got to tour the track and see a TON of NASCAR and Daytona memorobilia. We spent about half a day there and then on to the beach. While there, we got to see lots of great stuff including the black #3.
The INTIMIDATOR Rules!
Dale Earnhardt Fan Club Info
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Dale Earnhardt, Jr.
Dale Earnhardt Jr., youngest son of the legendary seven-time NASCAR Winston Cup Series championship, began his professional driving career at the age of 17. "Little E" won the Busch Grand National in 1998 and 1999.
#3 AC Delco Chevy Monte Carlo
Dale Earnhardt, Jr. made waves immediately upon his arrival in the Winston Cup series. He already has two points-paying wins in his rookie and is the only rookie winner of The Winston All-Star race at Lowe's Motor Speedway in Charlotte, NC.
#8 Budweiser Monte Carlo
#16 NAPA Chevrolet
2-time NASCAR Craftsmen Truck Series Champion Ron Hornaday, Jr.
Sprague, Hornaday cap season with a classic
By Brett Borden
In a crazy ending destined to go down as one of auto racing's most memorable moments, Ron Hornaday finished second in order to finish first. And now he is celebrating his second NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series championship.
Hornaday entered Sunday's Sam's Town 250 at Las Vegas Motor Speedway with a 13-point advantage over Sprague in the NCTS standings. Roughly translated, that meant his margin of error (finishes behind Sprague) was two, unless Sprague won. The five bonus points Sprague would get for winning would mean that Hornaday would have to be runner-up if he was to win his second series championship in three years. Hoist another trophy, Ron. You had three points to spare.