Dale Earnhardt Sr. drove for Richard Childress from 1984 through the 2001 Daytona 500. They won 67 races and 6 championships together.
At the time of Dale Sr's death, Richard Childress was his car owner.
After the 2001 Daytona 500, Kevin Harvick replaced Dale Sr. at Richard Childress Racing.
GM Goodwrench was Dale Earnhardt Sr's main sponsor when he drove for Richard Childress Racing. Dale Sr. also had Wrangler Jeans as a sponsor with Rod Osterlund and early on with Richard Childress. He had several other sponsors early in his career.
In the back area of the Richard Childress racing museum in Welcome, NC
No, he did not. Prior to Richard Childress Racing, Dale Sr. drove for Rod Osterlund and Bud Moore.
Dale Sr. won his first Winston Cup championship in 1980 with owner Rod Osterlund. His next six championships were with Richard Childress Racing.
I know Richard Childress drove the number 3 before Dale did.
No, they were not. Jeff Gordon has driven for Hendrick Motorsports his whole career. Dale Earnhardt Sr. drove for Richard Childress Racing during that span.
1980 - Rod Osterlund1986 - Richard Childress1987 - Richard Childress1990 - Richard Childress1991 - Richard Childress1993 - Richard Childress1994 - Richard Childress
Nobody. When Dale Sr. died in 2001, he was driving for Richard Childress Racing and was still very competitive.
At the time of Dale Sr's death, Kevin Harvick was driving for Richard Childress in the Busch Series. After Dale Sr. died, Childress named Harvick as his replacement in the #29 GM Goodwrench car.