Published December 14, 2003
by Crestline .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||352|
From Larry Cothren and the editors of Circle Track and Stock Car Racing comes Earnhardt: A Racing Family Legacy. From Dale Sr.\'s historic victory at the Daytona in , to Dale Jr.\'s debut in the Winston Cup and Busch Series and his subsequent victories. Previously published separately as: Dale Earnhardt: twenty-three years with the Intimidator and Dale Earnhardt Jr.: standing tall in the shadow of a legend. Description: pages: illustrations (chiefly color), portraits (some color) ; 28 cm: Contents: Dale Earnhardt --Dale Earnhardt, Jr. Other Titles: Dale Earnhardt, 23 years with the Intimadator. Earnhardt: A Racing Family Legacy by Larry Cothren, Circle Track Magazine, Stock Car Racing Magazine starting at $ Earnhardt: A Racing Family Legacy has 1 available editions to buy at Half Price Books Marketplace5/5(1). The Earnhardt NASCAR Dynasty: The Legacy of Dale Sr. and Dale Jr. - Ebook written by Stephanie Watson. Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices. Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes while you read The Earnhardt NASCAR Dynasty: The Legacy of Dale Sr. and Dale Jr.
This book about the Earnhardt family was very fair and honest. So many times after a death the deceased is made into some sort of saint. The author does not fall into this trap. Dale, Sr. is presented as he was, with plenty of faults and many virtues. The book begins with a bit about Ralph Earnhardt, but the bulk is about Dale, Sr. and s: Buy Earnhardt by Larry Cothren, Circle Track Magazine from Waterstones today! Click and Collect from your local Waterstones or get FREE UK delivery on orders over £ 4 Generation Family Tree of the Earnhardt Family. Dale Earnhardt would roll over in his grave if he knew what was happening to his name, his family and his legacy. Earnhardt, who was killed in the Daytona , was one of the most successful.
Drawing on extensive research, including interviews with friends, family, and sports writers covering the NASCAR scene, Gerry Souter follows the Earnhardts' story from Ralph's short track racing in cars he built himself to Dale's record-setting career and shocking death to Dale Jr.'s emergence as one of the sport's most popular figures today. Still, the book manages to pull you in and sit you down as you read about another chapter of racing royalty. 4. Tim Richmond: The Fast Life and Remarkable Times of NASCAR's Top Gun. Carrying the full weight of a racing family name after the death of his father during the Daytona , Dale Earnhardt Jr. has been living under the burdensome demands of fame. The story of his career so far, with elements of his family’s history and the sport itself, is detailed in this book on one of NASCAR’s most famous drivers. In capturing the Earnhardt family’s legacy, Jay Busbee conveys the importance of these larger-than-life characters during a critical time for NASCAR. This book has stories I read for the first time, and each reinforced my appreciation for the role the Earnhardts have played in the sport. Mike Helton. A complicated family. A Paul Bunyan-like legend.