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Transcript of NASCAR
Lets Go Racing. Author is Leigh Montville Sports illustrator Served 21 years as a sports columnist. Work for Boston Globe. He Wrote The Center of 2 worlds. Copy write 2001. All Images are real. Printed in USA. He Races for team Chevy He is one of the best racers of all time. When he was racing he always wanted to dive a camaro 1st generation of NASCAR 2nd generation car 3rd generation car 4th generation car 5th generation car 6th generation car 6th generation car Most watch sport on the TV National, Association, Stock, Car, Racing At some schools they counted 1, 2, Dale Earnhardt, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10 Nickname was the intimitator, Man in Black. He learned to race from his dad. He was a Hunter. Favorite animal to hunt is whitetail deer Favorite fish was rainbow trout. He dirt tracked race before he was in NASCAR This is the type of car he raced 1st Then it was this kind of car The 2013 cars are the 6th generation This is the place where Dale Had his last race The reason Dale crashed was, his son was in second and he slowed down to let him finish. The reason he slowed down was the cars behind Dale where piking up the air behind Dale and he knew it was a risky move to slow down but he did and he got wrecked because he got hit in the back and 1 car crashed but then it slid around and got hit from a side. It was the most severe crash in NASCAR. But he chose a Monte Carlo At one collage in the football field students made a #3 for remembering Dale Earnhardt. He was the most well known race car driver and still is. I think that it is a great book I think it does good on how people feel about his death It a long book. It talks bad about how he was bad driver from the start. The fast life and the tragic death of Dale Earnhardt
The tale of how a giant from the Sudanese marsh left his life among the giraffes, lions, and hippos to become a star in the NBA Montiville, Leigh. The fast life and tragic death of Dale Earnhardt. New York: Doubleday, 2001. Print.