Dale Sr. was a Nascar racer for 27 years. He drove in 676 races in the Winston Cup Series and 136 races in the Busch Series.
Dale Earnhardt Jr. has been racing at the Cup Series level from 2000 to the present. Before Cup, Junior was a two-time Busch Series Champion (1998 & 1999). The Busch Series is now known as the Nationwide Series.
Dale Jr. was 21 years old when he started racing in the Nascar Busch Series. He was 24 when he started Cup Series racing.
From 2002-2011, Dale Jr. has won 13 Nascar Cup Series races and 10 Nationwide Series races (formerly known as the Busch Series).
Dale Sr. drove in the Nascar Cup Series for 27 years (1975-2001).
It's long been said by NASCAR insiders that the Earnhardt/Busch feud is entirely one-sided. Some have speculated that Busch may be using his comments toward Earnhardt, voted NASCAR's Most Popular Driver for several years running, to further his own career. It's also been said that Earnhardt is apathetic to the situation.
Dale Sr. started 676 Winston Cup races in 27 years. Dale also started 136 Busch Series races over 13 years.
Dale Jr. was 24 years old in his first Nascar Winston Cup Series race. It was the Coca-Cola 600 on May 30, 1999. He was 21 years old in his first Busch Series race on June 22, 1996.
If you are referring to the Nationwide Series, (Busch Series back then) he was 21 Years old making one start in 1996. His first Cup Start was at the 1999 Coca Cola 600. He was 24. By his first cup start, he was racing full time in the Busch Series and Ran 4 more Winston Cup (Sprint Cup Currently) Races in the 1999 Season.
Kyle Busch won a race in the Nascar Nationwide Series for eight consecutive years (2004-2011). His streak was snapped in 2012.Busch has since won races over the last two seasons in the Nationwide Series (2013-2014).
Dale Jr's first Winston Cup race was on May 30, 1999, he was 24 years old. Junior was 21 years old when he started his first Busch Series race on June 22, 1996.