Dale Earnhardt Interview - Post Race 1997 Daytona 500

Dale Earnhardt's interview after the wild crash he had in the closing laps. The actual hood off of this car was sold at auction on the GoMotorBids website (see our youtube channel for the video featuring just the hood). If you're an Earnhardt fan or collector, be sure to check GoMotorBids for some of the most unique and sought after Dale Earnhardt collectibles and memorabilia available. Plus lots of great deals on diecast cars and other automobilia!

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this angle really shows the impact force. video credit goes to de31168 . i had to record it with my camcorder to be able to get a good frame rate, to give this footage juctice. RIP Dale. 1951-2001