No. Dale Jr. competed in eight IROC races and his best finish was second. It was at Michigan Speedway on June 11, 1999.
Race driver Dale Earnhardt Jr. is 43 years old (birthdate: October 10, 1974).
Dale Earnhardt, Sr. won his last race at the 2000 fall Talladega race.
26 years. 1975-2001
Dale Earnhardt Sr. started 676 Nascar Winston Cup Series races over 27 years.
His father, Ralph Lee Earnhardt.
Dale Sr. started 676 Nascar Winston Cup Series races over 27 years.
It was in his blood. His father, Ralph, was a racer, and was instrumental in teaching Dale to race.
Yes, he was. Dale Earnhardt Jr. finished second in the 2001 Daytona 500.
No. All he did was race.
Dale Earnhardt Sr. did drive for Dale Earnhardt Inc. in the Busch (now Nationwide) Series, but never in the Winston Cup (now Sprint Cup) Series.
No, Dale Jr. did not win a race in 2011.
No. His Son However, Dale Earnhardt Jr. is a full time driver in the Cup.
No. Dale Jr. has never entered the Indianapolis 500 race.
Dale Earnhardt Sr. was driving for 27 total years in Nascar. 22 full seasons of competition. Dale only drove in 9 races in his first 4 years. He also drove in only 1 race in 2001.
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Dale Earnhardt Sr's first Daytona 500 was in 1979 where he finished 8th.
Dale Earnhardt Sr. won his 74th race at Talladega Superspeedway on October 17, 1999.
Dale Earnhardt Sr. died on February 18, 2001, on the final lap of the Daytona 500.
No! Yes, he did. He drove the very first NASCAR race Hendricks entered. It was a Grand Natrional race. Rick verified this when he first hired Junior. Of course Dale never went by the name Dale Earnhardt Sr. He was Dale Earnhardt his son was Dale Earnhardt Jr. Period!
Dale Earnhardt Sr's first cup race was the World 600 at the Charlotte Motor Speedway on May 25, 1975. Dale started 33rd and finished 22nd.
Dale Earnhardt, Jr. won both races. The first race was a 5 lap race in which Shaquille O'Neal had a 1 lap head start. The second race was a 10 lap race in which both racers started evenly, but Dale Jr. had to make two 4-tire pit stops. Both races were won by a last lap pass by Dale Earnhardt, Jr.
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