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Dale Jarrett

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1998 Autism Speaks 400 Winner Dale Jarrett News

Did you know the Indy 500 'kissing of the bricks' tradition was started by a NASCAR driver?

After his Brickyard 400 victory at Indianapolis in 1996, NASCAR champion Dale Jarrett and crew chief Todd Parrott decided to walk out to the start-finish line, kneel and kiss the Yard of Bricks to pay tribute to the fabled history of the Speedway ...

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NASCAR: Top Stories of the Week Heading Into Charlotte

Beyond the Flag
He owned the car that Dale Jarrett drove to a 1999 championship. As the first ever Cup Series champion, Byron gets his nod into the Hall of Fame. Byron, who was a World War II vet, won the championship in 1949. Evernham was one of the top crew chiefs ...

1998 Autism Speaks 400 Winner Dale Jarrett News

Talladega Superspeedway Holds Ties in the Success for Four of the Five 2018 NHOF Inductees

Speedway Digest (press release) (blog)
Yates was a noted engine builder before becoming a winning team owner (won NASCAR championship with Dale Jarrett in 2000). His teams won four times at NASCAR's Most Competitive track - Davey Allison in 1989 & '92, along with Jarrett in '95 & '05 ...

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Yates leads 2018 NASCAR Hall of Fame inductees

In 1996, his operation grew to a two-car team with Dale Jarrett and Ernie Irvan, with Jarrett earning Yates' second Daytona 500 win that same season (and his third in 2000.) Jarrett also delivered Yates his first and only car owner title in 1999. In ...


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