Dale Sr. won 7 Busch Series races at Daytona International Speedway. The series is now known as the Nationwide Series.
Dale Sr. won 7 Busch Series races at the Daytona International Speedway. The series is now known as the Nationwide Series.
On February 14, 1998, Dale Jr. finished 37th in the Daytona Busch Series race due to a crash. He started third and completed 81 laps.
Dale Earnhardt Sr. has the most wins at Daytona with 34. This includes victories in the Cup and Busch Series, IROC, the Budweiser Shootout and the Daytona qualifying races.
Dale Jr's last win at Daytona in the Nationwide Series (formerly the Busch Series) came on July 2, 2010. He won the Subway Jalapeno 250.
Dale Sr. won 7 Busch Series races (now known as the Nationwide Series) in 13 career starts at Daytona.
The inaugural season for the Nascar Busch Series was in 1982.
Dale Earnhardt Jr. won the 1999 Busch Series championship.
Dale Earnhardt Sr's final race in the Nascar Busch Series was on October 8, 1994. It is now known as the Nationwide Series.
No, he did not.
Dale won 21 Busch Series races between 1982 and 1994 including consecutive wins from 1989 to 1994 at Daytona in the February race. He won a lot of races before 1982 when the series was known as the Grand National Series.
Dale Sr. won the first ever Nationwide Series race, then known as the Busch Series. It was the Goody's 300 at Daytona International Speedway on February 13, 1982.
Dale Jr. has 23 career Busch Series wins. It is now known as the Nationwide Series.
No. Dale Sr. never won a Busch Series championship. Also, the Nascar Busch Series inaugural season was in 1982.
Dale Earnhardt Jr. won seven Busch Series races and also won the Busch Series championship in 1998. Dale Jr. did not race in the Cup Series that year.
Dale Sr. won a total of 34 races at Daytona International Speedway. Dale had wins in the Nascar Cup & Nationwide Series (formerly Busch Series), Budweiser Shootouts, Gatorade Duels and IROC races.
When Dale Jr. won the Busch Series championship in 1998 and 1999, his primary sponsor was AC Delco.
Dale Sr. drove the 3, 7, 8, 15, and 45 cars in the Busch Series.
On February 13, 1982, Dale Sr. drove a Pontiac to victory in the first ever Nationwide Series race, then known as 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.
Yes, he did. Dale Jr. won two Busch Series races driving the blue Oreo Monte Carlo. It is now known as the Nationwide Series.February 16, 2002 - Daytona (Richard Childress Racing)February 14, 2004 - Daytona (Dale Earnhardt Inc.)
He drove the AC-Delco #3 in 1998 & 1999, when he won his 2 Busch Series championships. Since then, Dale Jr. drove the #3 car in three more races.February 16, 2002/Daytona- finished 1st (Oreo) - Busch SeriesMay 25, 2002/Charlotte- finished 36th (Nilla Wafers) - Busch SeriesJuly 2, 2010/Daytona- finished 1st (Wrangler) - Nationwide Series
If you count all events (not just the Daytona 500 and Pepsi 400), the #3 is the winningest number. Dale Earnhardt won 34 times in Cup, IROC, and Busch.
Dale Sr. drove a total of 136 races over 13 years in the Nascar Busch Series. It is now known as the Nationwide Series.