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Remembering Dale Earnhardt

 A legend remembered
The life and legacy of Dale Earnhardt is remembered.

 Sunday Conversation
Dale Earnhardt in his own words.

 A friend is gone
Dr. Jerry Punch remembers Dale Earnhardt.

Wednesday, November 19, 2003
Dale Earnhardt (1951-2001)

Remembering a Legend
Racing's royalty memorialized seven-time Winston Cup champion Dale Earnhardt at the Calvary Church in Charlotte, while some fans sought in vain to find his gravesite to pay respects. A favorite son of the South, Earnhardt's death has devastated the region.
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  • Dale Earnhardt is remembered as one of the fiercest competitors and winningest drivers in the history of NASCAR.

    Career Statistics
    Years Races Wins Top-5 Top-10 Poles Earnings WC Titles WC Top-5
    26 676 76 281 428 22 $41,538,362 7 14

    Mayne: Earnhardt's human touch
    Despite his fierce reputation, ESPN's Kenny Mayne found Dale Earnhardt not intimidating at all.

    It wasn't supposed to happen this way
    It's nearly impossible to believe NASCAR legend Dale Earnhardt is gone writes Jerry Bonkowski.

    Punch: Earnhardt unselfish at the end
    Dale Earnhardt's final laps were evidence of his unselfish nature writes ESPN's Dr. Jerry Punch.

    Earnhardt paid his dues before stardom
    Jack Arute recounts how Dale Earnhardt rose from ninth- grade dropout to NASCAR legend.

    Miller: Earnhardt bridged gaps
    Dale Earnhardt transcended barriers between the old and the new; between the track and the suit.

    Who will fill NASCAR's giant void?'s Darren Rovell looks at NASCAR without Earnhardt.

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