Danny Bagwell Flips Violently At Daytona 1999 LIVE
5 laps to go. It's very unclear how Danny got upside down originally but
you can see the destruction as the car just tumbles along. I'm saying he
got loose coming off of turn 4, got sideways and the grip just sent the car
over. It's happened many times.
Hate him all ya want. Still a human beeing doing what he loved!
Please show more respect?
And he died of a basilar skull fracture.
He cracked the base of the skull leaking cerebral fluid. That alone isn't
an instant kill, but he also broke his neck in addition, so . . .
Use seatbelts! and HANS devices
Dale's Crash part 2, including onboard camera view
Dale's last ride, including the onboard camera view, which I believe is not
shown anymore. Unfortunately, since there has been so much childish
bickering, swearing and name calling, I've disabled the ability to leave
comments, which is not something I like to do.
Bikini girl's reaction to Dale Earnhardt's 800hp NASCAR
http://www.POVtestdrive.com - How will a hot bikini babe react to the raw
power of an 800hp NASCAR? Watch a girl's reaction to an original Dale
Earnhardt Sr. 800hp NASCAR as they go through a drive thru, terrorize the
mall security, and finish up at the police station. All with a barely
dressed female riding shotgun and screaming the whole way. Yep, that's a
good way to use one of Dale Sr.'s original cars!
Special thanks to Nicodemus, Inc.
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Dale Earnhardt Rare Interview
NEW ACCOUNT: TwahLah
This was an interview in the pre race show in the 2001 daytona 500. He was
right, not only would we see something we never saw on fox before, but we
would see a 1st time winner, and his death all in the same race. RIP Dale.
Sorry about the quality it was taken from a tape. I decided to put it on
here because Ive never been able to find much of any of the coverage from
that race, and I finally found an old tape with it recorded on it.
Dale Earnhardt Jr ALMS Corvette Crash and Fire Infineon
Dale Earnhardt Jr raced in an American Lemans Series Corvette in 2004 at
Infineon. In practice, he had this scary crash where he suffered only minor
burns. Earnhardt later said he clearly remembers someone pulling him out of
the car (he is obviously dazed after the hit), but in the video, you can
see nobody is there to do that.
Dale Earnhardt Junior win at Daytona in Number 3
Dale Earnhardt Junior won at Daytona in the Number 3 car! That is NOT news
But... what the Announcer says at 47 seconds in this clip IS NEWS !!!
On your side review of Dale Junior's 210 Season so far --
On Saturday, February 6, 2010, Earnhardt, Jr. qualified second overall for
the 52nd 2010 Daytona 500 after losing the pole position to teammate Mark
Martin. He started 1st in the Gatorade Duel #2 on Thursday, February 11,
2010. He finished 11th in the 2010 Budweiser Shootout after struggling with
an ill-handling car for most of the race.
On February 13, 2010 while running in the front of the pack at the Daytona
Nationwide Series race, Earnhardt, Jr. was caught up in a multi-car wreck,
causing his car to flip upside down on the backstretch. He walked away from
the wreck uninjured. His driver Danica Patrick was caught up in another
wreck before Earnhardt flipped. With 2 laps to go in the Daytona 500 the
following day, Earnhardt, Jr. was able to go from 10th to 2nd in 1 lap but
could not pass winner Jamie McMurray, and finished in second place. He was
unable to follow up on this strong performance the following week in
California when a broken axle left him with a 32nd-place finish, 12 laps
down. The next weekend in Las Vegas he qualified 4th for the Shelby
American, however after falling a lap down late in the race he could only
settle for a 16th place finish. Following another poor finish at Atlanta
settling for a 15th place finish. The next weekend at Bristol Dale Jr.
started 18th. He slowly made his way up the pace to 5th. Then a speeding
penalty on pit road sent him to the tail end of the longest line. He
charged his way up the pack to settle for a 7th place finish. He later
qualified 8th at Martinsville after qualifying was rained out. After facing
some handling problems, he ended up with a 15th place finish. Dale
Earnhardt, Jr. qualified 5th for the Subway Fresh Fit 600. Early in the
race, Dale Earnhardt, Jr. had a splitter brace issue, that sent him to
mid-pack. He later finished 12th. After qualifying 9th in the Samsung
Mobile 500, Dale Jr. had a strong car for most of the race, and led 46
laps. However, the 88 slipped back from 3rd to finish 8th on the last
restart, after facing a handling issue, and later moved up to 7th in the
Sprint Cup points standings. Dale Earnhardt, Jr. was determined to get a
good finish at Talladega, and started 7th due to severe weather. Dale Jr.
made his presence known by running up front in the early stages of the
race, even leading 8 laps. Due to multiple green/white/checker attempts,
Dale Jr. slipped back on the final restart and finished 13th. Following
this, Earnhardt, Jr. qualified 25th for the Heath Calhoun 400 at Richmond.
During the race, Earnhardt, Jr. cut a tire after contact with Paul Menard
and Bobby Labonte. Earnhardt never recovered and finished 32nd three laps
down, and fell to 13th in the Sprint Cup standings. Dale Jr. didn't have
high hopes at Darlington the next week, stating that it would one day cause
him to quit racing in NASCAR. Dale Jr. qualified 19th, and although running
as high as 5th, Earnhardt, Jr. faced an ill-handling condition, causing him
to finish 18th, but move back up into the top 12 in points. On Friday
3-5-10, Dale Earnhardt Jr. won the pole for the Kobalt Tools 500 at Atlanta
Motorspeedway and now holds the record for fastest recorded qualifying time
of 28.76 in a Car of Tomorrow at 192.8 mph (310.3 km/h). On Sunday, 3-7-10,
he ended up with a 15th place finish after tire issues and other mishaps.
On July 2nd, 2010, Dale raced the #3 blue and yellow Wrangler Chevrolet
(painted to pay tribute to his father and fans) and drove it to victory
lane in the Nationwide Series Subway Jalepeño 250 at Daytona. The next day
on July 3rd in the Coke Zero 400 Dale finished in 4th place, improving his
position in the point standings from 13th to 11th.