2001 Daytona 500 Big One
Robby Gordon gets into the back of Ward Burton, triggerring a massive
pileup. Tony Stewart gets the worst of it, flipping many times. Jason
Leffler, Steve Park, Robby Gordon, Terry Labonte, Mark Martin, Bobby
Labonte, Tony Stewart, Elliott Sadler, Ward Burton, Jerry Nadeu, John
Andretti, Jeff Gordon, Rusty Wallace, Kenny Wallace, and Jeff Burton are
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.
POV test drive: Dale Earnhardt NASCAR on public roads
http://www.POVtestdrive.com - What is it like to drive a Dale Earnhardt
Nascar through the streets of Tampa Bay? Go through a drive thru, terrorize
the mall security, and finish up at the police station. All with a barely
dressed female riding shotgun. Yep, that's a good POV test drive.
Special thanks to Nicodemus, Inc.
See more videos of this shoot by visiting YouTube channel:
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.
Largest Crash in NASCAR History
Thanks to Rustyfan for this great capture. In 1960 Daytona Superspeedway
hosted this sportsman race. 68 cars entered into the race, back then there
were a maximum of 68 cars in a superspeedway race. Coming out of turn four
37 cars get into a massive wreck where at least six cars get on their
roofs. Amazingly, evryone walked away from this.
By the way, I am really getting tired of people having arguments that lead
to name calling and slander. If I see a comment that put another member
down or uses any derogatory language, I will delete it and any replies to
it immediately. Also, if you do not like racing or think it is a sport,
that's fine, but at least give some logical thought into a comment that you
post. I will once again delete any comment along the line of "nascar sucks"
or "nascar is for dumb rednecks LOL!!1!1".
All I ask is for some civilized conversation, and not trash talking.
Indy car CRASH [Highest G-force ever!]
Kenny Bräck survived 214 g's (on his official homepage you can read the
following sentences: ...my car caught air at 220 mph, got air borne and
smashed straight into a massive steel pole in the catch fence. The impact
was enormous, but leaving the cockpit intact. It recorded a record 214 g
impact and left me seriously injured...)
Richard Hammond does NASCAR - Top Gear - BBC
Richard Hammond immerses himself in the world of NASCAR. He drives the
pace car to launch the race at the Texas Speedway, helps a team in the
pits, then does a few laps of the oval track with NASCAR legend Kyle Petty.
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2001 Pepsi 400: The Finish
Sorry about the delay. Anyhow, this video picks up where my last one left
off, as the field gets ready to restart the race with six laps to go.
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 Earnhardt Daytona 500 Victory
Arguably the most talented driver in the history of NASCAR Cup Series
racing, Dale Earnhardt won his seventh series championship in 1994. He is
the only driver in NASCAR's history to win the rookie of the year award
(1979) and the series championship (1980) in successive seasons.
Earnhardt's hard-driving style earned him 76 series wins, $41,538,362 in
career winnings and 25,706 laps led. He is the all-time race winner at
Daytona International Speedway, with 29 wins in three different divisions.
His emotional 1998 victory in the Daytona 500 came after years of late-race
heartbreaks that kept him out of Victory Lane in the season-opening race.
Earnhardt is a five-time winner of the National Motorsports Press
Association's Driver of the Year award (1980, '87, '90, '94, '86 --
co-winner with Tim Richmond). He is also a two time winner of the American
Driver of the Year award (1987, '94). Dale Earnhardt tragically died in a
last-lap wreck in the 2001 Daytona 500.
Dale Earnhardt Jr.'s Ultimate '56 Nomad | Fast N' Loud
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