Coming off the wildly successful 2000 NASCAR season in which he won two races, Dale Earnhardt Jr viewed the 2001 Daytona 500 as an opportunity to entrench his name in racing history. Tragically, more than his dreams died on the track that day. After crossing the finish line in second place, Dale Jr turned to find that his father had been involved in a horrific crash that killed him upon impact. His death shook the racing community and made front-page news throughout the world. This is where this book begins. And it ends with Dale Jr attending his father's memorial service while wrestling with the pain and sorrow of this tragic death. While recounting this memorable season and its many races, Dale Jr also discusses the relationship he had with his father, the lessons he learned both on and off the race track, and the other memories of growing up the son of the greatest stock car driver of all time.
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Dale Earnhardt, Jr is the son of NASCAR legend Dale Earnhardt. He is only 27 years old and one of the most talented drivers in the sport. Jade Gurss is a publicist and freelance journalist.
Driver Number 8 by Dale Earnhardt
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