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Talladega really is more than a race, it’s a life-long experience

(Editor note: Cover photo courtesy of Talladega Superspeedway)

By Chris Allen Brown/Associate Editor

Sometimes there’s just a song that hits you. And the more you listen, the faster it races home. 606 more words


NASCAR America: Bristol is the 'Dale Earnhardt' of race tracks

On Wednesday’s NASCAR America, Dale Earnhardt Jr., Jeff Burton and Dale Jarrett shared their memories from racing at Bristol, which Dale Jr. calls the “Dale Earnhardt of race tracks,” a reference to his father who won there nine times in his Cup career. 207 more words

NASCAR America: How Dale Jr. will introduce his daughter to Dale Sr.

When Dale Earnhardt Jr. needed to describe his father to wife Amy, he had her sit down to watch the 2007 documentary “Dale.” He expects to do the same thing when it comes time to introduce his daughter to her legendary grandfather. 104 more words

Dale Earnhardt Jr. tells story about angrily clashing with his dad at Martinsville track

Dale Earnhardt Jr. has a lot of incredible stories about his dad, and many of them are pretty funny, especially when they relate to the two getting mad at each other on the race track. 447 more words


How Kevin Harvick honored Dale Earnhardt Sr. after Sunday's NASCAR win

Kevin Harvick waited a long time to drive to Victory Lane at Atlanta Motor Speedway. Seventeen years to be exact.

The track was where the 2014 Cup Series champion earned his first win at NASCAR’s highest level in 2001 – just three races after he replaced Dale Earnhardt Sr., who tragically died on the last lap of that year’s season-opening Daytona 500. 156 more words


Austin Dillon reunites with young fan who gave him a lucky penny before Daytona 500 win

When Austin Dillon crossed the finish line to win his first Daytona 500, multiple pieces of history lined up.

Dillon was driving the No. 3 car for his grandfather’s team, Richard Childress Racing, when he took the checkered flag Sunday on the… 234 more words


Austin Dillon really just wants to hug and talk to his Daytona 500-winning car

First-time Daytona 500 winner Austin Dillon didn’t spend too much time with his No. 3 Chevrolet after he climbed out of it in Victory Lane on Sunday night. 376 more words