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Tag Archive: Dale Earnhardt
Comparing Larson to some of the all-time greats
Kyle Larson completed one of the best rookie season in premier series history in 2014. While Victory Lane was just out of grasp for the 22-year-old, his overall numbers were comparable to some of the greatest drivers in NASCAR history.
An old-time Canadian short track racing at the CME
The Racing Season Begins January 21-23, 2011 at Toronto’s International Centre
On Friday, January 21, visitors to the Canadian Motorsports Expo will have an opportunity to join a host of Ontario stock car veterans, including legendary Hall of Famer Junior Hanley and crew members Bob Sumak, Ross May and Peter Andaloro for a ‘Bench Racing’ discussion recalling the exploits, adventures and achievements of legendary Canadian racer Don Biederman.
Even today, Earnhardt crash still felt as NASCAR evolves
Reviewed in our mind’s eye, it seems to take forever. The events unfold slowly, in exact detail, a perfect panorama of color and speed. By now, we know it frame-by-fame — the black car bending to the right, the climb up the banking, the inevitable impact and the out-of-control slide back down into the grass.
Dale Earnhardt, Richard Petty and Bill France amongst names entered into NASCAR’s new Hall of Fame
When NASCAR opted to keep its inaugural hall of fame class to five people, it put voters in a difficult position — vote for pioneers of the sport, organisers of the sport or the best performers in the sport.