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In the News (Sat 20 Jul 19)

  
 PR DALE EARNHARDT INC.
Dale Earnhardt Jr., driver of the No. 8 Budweiser Chevrolet, is the subject of a feature story in the March 8 issue of People Magazine.
Dale Earnhardt Jr., driver for the No. 8 Budweiser team and winner of the 2004 Daytona 500 for the NASCAR NEXTEL Series, will begin a frantic media tour later today after his Victory Lane celebration after winning today's rain-delayed Busch Series 300.
Dale Earnhardt Jr, driver of the No. Budweiser Chevrolet, will be the subject of a news conference this afternoon (Tuesday, January 20) as a part of the 2004 Lowe's Motor Speedway media tour.
www.anr-att.com /prdaleearnhardt.html   (2201 words)

  
 City of Kannapolis
To celebrate Dale Earnhardt, to tell the story of his roots in Kannapolis and capture his legendary NASCAR career, citizens and City Officials are raising money to build a Tribute in Cannon Village, the city's downtown.
Dale Earnhardt: From the Pink K-2 to the Black #3
Ralph Earnhardt started in the mill but applied the same work ethic the community shared to turn his hobby into a business.
www.ci.kannapolis.nc.us /earnhardt_1.asp   (2201 words)

  
 The Earnhardt Connection -- Dale Earnhardt NASCAR News
The owner of the late Dale Earnhardt's racing team is suing over a $3.7 million life insurance policy the company tried to place on the legendary driver before his 2001 death at the Daytona 500.
As thousands of fans go to Mooresville today to celebrate what would have been Dale Earnhardt's 53rd birthday, an ESPN crew will be in Cabarrus County re-creating scenes from the Intimidator's life.
The story of Dale Earnhardt is a genuine American myth.
www.daleearnhardt.net   (2043 words)

  
 NASCAR Books and Magazines
Dale Earnhardt Legacy Monopoly- First and only authorized Monopoly game to honor the legacy of a seven-time Winston Cup champion and one of the greatest drivers in NASCAR history, Dale Earnhardt.
In words and pictures, this book tells the story of the Pettys, the Allisons, the Jarretts, the Labontes, the Earnhardts and nine other families that are the lifeblood of NASCAR.
There was Davey Allison, the young, brash star of one of racing`s most fabled families and veteran `Awesome` Bill Elliott, the soft-spoken Georgian trying to recapture his mid-80`s glory.
www.racingontherocks.com /Bookstore.htm   (2043 words)

  
 Jayski's® Silly Season Site - Racing Bookstore
Dale, the story of a modern-day group of racing fans on a " Earnhardt pilgrimage" to the Southeast speedways from Tennessee to Florida., will be published in February, 2005, by Kensington Publishing Corporation of New York.
The two-hour portrayal of the late NASCAR legend Dale Earnhardt was the second-highest rated movie of 2004 on ad-supported cable.
From his mountain country beginnings to running moonshine as a teenager and executing dangerous 180-degree spins on a single-lane bridge to elude the police to being the first NASCAR driver ever put on the cover of Sports Illustrated-and the only one so honored after having had his license revoked in two states-Turner created drama.
www.jayski.com /pages/bookstore.htm   (2043 words)

  
 Earnhardt put Kannapolis on the map
Earnhardt was the rags-to-riches story of the century in the Towel City.
Earnhardt was the most dynamic figure in his sport for nearly 20 years — winning the first of his seven championships in 1980 and remarkably finishing second in the points race in 2000 at age 49.
Bigger than life with his cocky smile, scary stare and bushy mustache, Earnhardt was The Intimidator.
www.salisburypost.com /2001feb/022301f.htm   (2043 words)

  
 Amazon.com: DVD: 3 - The Dale Earnhardt Story (2004)
Titled after Earnhardt's black #3 Goodwrench Chevy, 3 is a conventional TV biopic, but it's essential viewing for those who loved--or even hated--the man who died too young, at age 49, on the final lap at Daytona in 2001.
While basing its drama on Earnhardt's relationship with his stern father Ralph (himself a fearless dirt-track champion), Robert Eisele's teleplay struggles with trackside clichés while functioning as both intimate portrait and highlight reel of pivotal races from Earnhardt's career.
He was not just a sports figure; to legions of downtrodden southerners, Dale Earnhardt was a man who gave people hope.
www.amazon.com /exec/obidos/tg/detail/-/B000642008?v=glance   (2043 words)

  
 Dale Earnhardt Tribute: A Legend Unveiled At Last
Sculptor Morgan took to the stage and told the story of partnering with the Earnhardt family to properly capture the essence of this great man. While working side-by-side with the family, Morgan learned quickly that Earnhardt was a powerful and unique man, whose spirit must be captured perfectly in his sculpture.
With the conclusion of the tribute, race fans, clad in racing paraphernalia from all stages of Dale Earnhardt, Dale Earnhardt Jr., and Kerry Earnhardt’s careers, descended upon the park for a closer view of the statue honoring their hero.
The twenty-two year Dale Earnhardt fan, sporting his suede GM Goodwrench jacket, talked excitedly with the two young college girls in their Budweiser and Oreo jackets about Earnhardt’s rookie year.
insiderracingnews.com /lmb101502.html   (1083 words)

  
 TEC: 1999 News Story
have hunted together many times in their lives, and Friday their hunt for more financial backing came to fruition, as Remington Arms Company, Inc. announced a six-year agreement with Dale Earnhardt, Inc. Earnhardt agreed to a personal endorsement contract with the outdoor recreation company, while Earnhardt Jr.
"Affiliating our great company with Dale, Dale Jr., and Budweiser gives Remington the perfect platform to market our 185-year heritage to millions of outdoor enthusiasts," said Tommy Millner, CEO and president of Remington Arms Co. "We are thrilled to be a significant part of the Earnhardt family."
Headquartered in Madison, N.C., the Remington Arms Company is one of the world's leading manufacturers of sporting firearms, ammunition and accessories, including knives, gun safes and firearms care products.
www.daleearnhardt.net /news/1999/06_11_a.htm   (293 words)

  
 Jayski's Silly Season Site - Past News Page
Dale Earnhardt Jr., Kevin Harvick, Jeremy Mayfield, Jamie McMurray, Casey Mears, Tony Raines, Brian Vickers, Kenny Wallace and Rusty Wallace will be featured in multiple segments over the course of the shows eight-week run.(NASCAR PR), see full story on my TV/Media Info and News page.(2-6-2004)
Dale Earnhardt Jr., Kevin Harvick, Jeremy Mayfield, Jamie McMurray, Casey Mears, Tony Raines, Brian Vickers, Kenny Wallace and Rusty Wallace are scheduled to take part, the story says.
The Bud crew, which won the 2003 McDonald's Pit Crew Drive-Thru Award, are led by crew chief Tony Eury and car chief Tony Eury Jr.(fingerprint inc PR), no word on who will be Dale Jr's spotter at Ty Norris, who left DEI last week, was the spotter.
jayski.thatsracin.com /past/040202.htm   (293 words)

  
 Nascar - welcome to Dale Winston Cup
Dale Earnhardt Jr | Nascar Racing | Club E Jr Dale Earnhardt Jr. #8 and his family are part of the nascar racing scene and proudly associated with winston cup series racing.
Racelinecentral: Nascar Winston Cup Series Dale Earnhardt Crash Story
Dale Earnhardt the beloved Intimidator of NASCAR Winston Cup series crashed hard into the wall during Sunday final lap at the Daytona 500
www.fanascar.com /dalewinstoncup   (2061 words)

  
 UNCENSORED Fat Chicks !
Little "fat chicks" story about Tupac Shakur and Dale Earnhardt
read full Tupac Shakur and Dale Earnhardt "fat chicks" story on next page.
www.geocities.com /pjunkoeoje2297   (122 words)

  
 Greg Thompson Official Website
Even though Greg Thompson is playing Darrell Waltrip in the ESPN movie, "3: The Dale Earnhardt Story," he never got to meet the fo...
...Thompson is also set to play Darrell Waltrip in the upcoming ESPN film "3: The Dale Earnhardt Story."...
www.4gregthompson.com   (122 words)

  
 J. K. Simmons - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jonah Jameson in both Spider-Man movies, as well as Ralph Earnhardt, the father of famous race-car driver Dale Earnhardt, in 3: The Dale Earnhardt Story.
He is best known for his TV roles as Dr. Emil Skoda, a police psychiatrist who has appeared on three of the four incarnations of Law and Order, and as the sadistic Vernon Schillinger on the prison drama Oz.
He also played the obsessively egotistical newspaper editor J.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/J._K._Simmons   (234 words)

  
 J. K. Simmons - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jonah Jameson in both Spider-Man movies, as well as Ralph Earnhardt, the father of famous race-car driver Dale Earnhardt, in 3: The Dale Earnhardt Story.
He is best known for his TV roles as Dr. Emil Skoda, a police psychiatrist who has appeared on three of the four incarnations of Law and Order, and as the sadistic Vernon Schillinger on the prison drama Oz.
Less well known is that he provided the voice of the yellow MandM in the product's commercials.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/J._K._Simmons   (262 words)

  
 The Earnhardt Connection -- Dale Earnhardt NASCAR News
Barry Pepper is in the driver's seat for the upcoming ESPN original film "3: The Dale Earnhardt Story," which he will star in and co-executive produce.
The owner of the late Dale Earnhardt's racing team is suing over a $3.7 million life insurance policy the company tried to place on the legendary driver before his 2001 death at the Daytona 500.
Feel free to write up a short story about how you got interested in NASCAR, why you're a fan of Earnhardt, how you might have met him, show any pictures you have taken, etc. Don't worry that you may not be the best writer; the point is to get your story included.
www.daleearnhardt.net   (1903 words)

  
 WhoWon.com ... The Internet Source for Motorsports News and Information
But perhaps the bigger story was the dominance of one of NASCAR's powerhouse teams at a restrictor plate track- and it wasn't Dale Earnhardt Inc.
Gordon won the race from the pole, marking the first time a driver won from the top spot in the Pepsi 400 since Dale Earnhardt did it in 1990.
Johnson also had a strong car and while he was satisfied with his finish and proud of his teammates, he was still vying for the victory on the last lap.
www.whowon.com /Results.asp?TrackID=449&StoryID=124282   (560 words)

  
 Coulter dissembles right to the end. Check out her final presentation.
COULTER (page 205): The day after seven-time NASCAR Winston Cup champion Dale Earnhardt died in a race at the Daytona 500, almost every newspaper in America carried the story on the front page.
According to Coulter, Bragg had said that “tacky people were mourning Dale Earnhardt all over the South.” Her nasty comment reveals the sick heart which informs her rank, bile-induced volume.
Coulter is right about something else, too—the New York Times piece to which she refers appeared on February 21.
www.dailyhowler.com /dh072302.shtml   (1167 words)

  
 Jayski's® Silly Season Site - Movies
Shooting on 3: The Dale Earnhardt Story will start in the next two months in Atlanta or Charlotte, N.C., executive producer Orly Adelson said.
Awaits Release of '3': An ESPN movie about Dale Earnhardt, who died in a crash on the final lap of the 2001 Daytona 500, is scheduled for airing early next month.
New racing movie records history of diversity in auto racing: "Black Wheels," a one-hour film exploring African-Americans in racing from as far back as 80 years ago, such as the black crew chief who was forced to pose as a janitor while helping a white driver win the 1934 Indy 500.
www.jayski.com /pages/media-movies.htm   (1167 words)

  
 Coastal181.com / Online Catalog
And there’s the totally candid part where McReynolds joins Dale Earnhardt in victory lane after his most dramatic win – the 1998 Daytona 500 – and Zeller describes the true story of McReynolds’ troubled times with the Intimidator.
All of the legends of NASCAR are here, from Richard Petty, whose career at Daytona included an unrivalled seven 500 victories, to Dale Earnhardt, whose relentless pursuit of a Daytona 500 trophy lasted decades before his triumph in 1998.
Richly illustrated with hundreds of colorful photographs from the ISC Publications-Archives, Daytona 500: The Official History is the definitive record of the premier event in stock car racing.
www.coastal181.com /bookstore.htm   (1167 words)

  
 Coulter dissembles right to the end. Check out her final presentation.
COULTER (page 205): The day after seven-time NASCAR Winston Cup champion Dale Earnhardt died in a race at the Daytona 500, almost every newspaper in America carried the story on the front page.
According to Coulter, Bragg had said that “tacky people were mourning Dale Earnhardt all over the South.” Her nasty comment reveals the sick heart which informs her rank, bile-induced volume.
Coulter is right about something else, too—the New York Times piece to which she refers appeared on February 21.
www.dailyhowler.com /dh072302.shtml   (1167 words)

  
 Jayski's® Silly Season Site - Racing Bookstore
Dale, the story of a modern-day group of racing fans on a " Earnhardt pilgrimage" to the Southeast speedways from Tennessee to Florida., will be published in February, 2005, by Kensington Publishing Corporation of New York.
While Bill Hickok is entirely fictional, his story is intended as a tribute to every Winston Cup driver who worked his way up from the bullring ranks never giving up on the dream.
That real story is told in four main sections, or "books," contained in three volumes: Section 1: Smokey’s Life, "Walkin’ under a snake’s belly" (Volume I).
www.jayski.com /pages/bookstore.htm   (1167 words)

  
 United Press International: Barry Pepper stars in Dale Earnhardt's bio.@ HighBeam Research
"Battlefield Earth" actor Barry Pepper will star in ESPN's "3: The Dale Earnhardt Story," about the NASCAR legend killed in a 2001 Daytona 500 crash.
Earnhardt left a legacy in his son, Dale Jr., who won this year's race on the...
Pepper, who also will co-produce the film, will portray Earnhardt, who was simultaneously one of the most beloved and most hated NASCAR drivers.
static.highbeam.com /u/unitedpressinternational/february262004/barrypepperstarsindaleearnhardtsbio/index.html   (211 words)

  
 Earnhardt Still Misses Bonnett
I asked Dale what Neil was like and could he share just one more story with me and he talks of the time when Neil prepared one of the best meals he had eaten..or so he thought.
Dale talked him into taking both vehicles out to an area that they would do some hunting and along the way, Earnhardt turned his car into Bonnett's, putting a big doughnut on the side of Bonnett's new four by four.
I asked him if he was talking about Neil Bonnett and he took a deep breath and let it out with a long sigh and looked me square in the eye.
insiderracingnews.com /info99.html   (1205 words)

  
 Jayski's® Silly Season Site - Racing Bookstore
Dale, the story of a modern-day group of racing fans on a " Earnhardt pilgrimage" to the Southeast speedways from Tennessee to Florida., will be published in February, 2005, by Kensington Publishing Corporation of New York.
Spanning from the red dirt tracks of his native Kannapolis, North Carolina to the NASCAR speedways where he won nationwide acclaim and the devotion of millions of fans, "3" tells "The Intimidator's" incredible life story.
NASCAR Fiction Book AND: In another example of NASCAR stock car racing moving into the mainstream of the American public, the first novel completely based on the sport's lifestyle and fans will be published within the next few weeks and distributed nationally.
www.jayski.com /pages/bookstore.htm   (1205 words)

  
 Blogger: Email Post to a Friend
The paper had been in a two-year legal battle to gain access to the photos of Earnhardt, who was killed in a crash during the Daytona 500, for a story about racecar safety.
The US Supreme Court rejected an appeal Monday by the Independent Florida Alligator, a student newspaper at the University of Florida, to gain access to autopsy photos of racecar driver Dale Earnhardt.
The problem with the program, according to Kevin Goldberg, an ASNE attorney, is that not all journalists are guaranteed an I-visa, and their application for one can be denied without reason.
www.blogger.com /email-post.g?blogID=4079894&postID=107037280252835692   (326 words)

  
 Jayski's® Silly Season Site - Racing Bookstore
Dale, the story of a modern-day group of racing fans on a " Earnhardt pilgrimage" to the Southeast speedways from Tennessee to Florida., will be published in February, 2005, by Kensington Publishing Corporation of New York.
Spanning from the red dirt tracks of his native Kannapolis, North Carolina to the NASCAR speedways where he won nationwide acclaim and the devotion of millions of fans, "3" tells "The Intimidator's" incredible life story.
See the Kansas City Star site for more info and to order; or see their main site kcstarinfo.com.(link updated 8-13-2003)
www.jayski.com /pages/bookstore.htm   (5770 words)

  
 Greg Thompson in "3 The Dale Earnhardt Story"
Greg with Jamie Artz on the set of "3 The Dale Earnhardt Story"
Greg Thompson in "3 The Dale Earnhardt Story"
You can also find Greg Thompson in these films
www.3background.org /greg-thompson.html   (5770 words)

  
 Campus Circle
Jesse Spencer might not have known what he was getting into when he signed on for Swimming Upstream, the new film from Russell Mulcahy (3: The Dale Earnhardt Story, Ricochet).
Much of the film, a true story about the great Australian swimmer Tony Fingleton, was shot in a pool.
Spencer could have been overwhelmed by the presence of the person he was trying to portray, but he said it only added to his performance.
www.campuscircle.net /review.cfm?r=559   (574 words)

  
 Jayski's® Silly Season Site - Racing Bookstore
Spanning from the red dirt tracks of his native Kannapolis, North Carolina to the NASCAR speedways where he won nationwide acclaim and the devotion of millions of fans, "3" tells "The Intimidator's" incredible life story.
"3," presented by Kay Jewelers, an ESPN Original Entertainment (EOE) production, stars Barry Pepper ("We Were Soldiers", "Saving Private Ryan", "61*") as NASCAR legend Dale Earnhardt.
Against Death and Time: One Fatal Season in Racing's Glory Years by Brock Yates
www.jayski.com /pages/bookstore.htm   (574 words)

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