1. Dale Earnhardt has several roads named after him, including a street in his hometown Kannapolis.
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3. Dale Earnhardt raced a No 3 sponsored by Wrangler on July 2, 2010, for Richard Childress Racing at Daytona.
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5. At the Bristol night race, Dale Earnhardt found himself in contention to win his first short track race since Martinsville in 1995.
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6. Dale Earnhardt slipped to 12th in the point standings halfway through the season, and Richard Childress decided to make a crew chief change, taking Mike Skinner's crew chief Kevin Hamlin and putting him with Earnhardt while giving Skinner Larry McReynolds.
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10. Dale Earnhardt won the Brickyard 400 at Indianapolis Motor Speedway, a win he called the biggest of his career.
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12. Dale Earnhardt started off the 1995 season by finishing second in the Daytona 500 to Sterling Marlin.
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16. Dale Earnhardt beat Rusty Wallace for the championship by 80 points.
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17. Dale Earnhardt still made the trip to the annual Awards Banquet with Rusty Wallace but did not have the best seat in the house.
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20. Dale Earnhardt won three races in 1988, finishing third in the points standings behind Bill Elliott in first and Rusty Wallace in second.
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22. Dale Earnhardt won at Nashville and at Talladega, finishing eighth in the points standings.
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23. In 1983, Dale Earnhardt rebounded and won his first of 12 Twin 125 Daytona 500 qualifying races.
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