5 edition of Jimmie Dale and the missing hour found in the catalog.
|Statement||A. L. Burt|
|Publishers||A. L. Burt|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 63 p. :|
|Number of Pages||64|
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At Phoenix, Earnhardt's car struggled most of the race and came out with a 14th-place finish. On the last restart, Earnhardt Jr. Returning to Daytona, Earnhardt was involved in an early 16-car pileup on the front straightaway on lap 20, but was able to salvage a 14th-place finish by the time the race was called for rain after 112 of 160 laps. I thought it was a little odd that the main character Jimmie Dale was always referred to by his full name.
They got married at ' in. The company was able to hire Martin Truex Jr. The following week, he finished 9th at Indianapolis. At theEarnhardt Jr.
ran nine races between 1996 and 1997 forandrespectively, before driving for his father's team in the Busch Series full-time in 1998, in which he started the season with an amazing blow over after contact with and at Daytona, on the same weekend that his father had. He walked away from the wreck uninjured. However, two weeks later at Richmond, Earnhardt finished 27th.
Hamlin won while Earnhardt finished 3rd, giving him his first Top 5 at Homestead.
At Talladega, Earnhardt started 28th and led for 31 laps.
failed to make the Playoffs in his final year, posting a 13th-place finish at Richmond, needing a win to make it in.
Although he never got them back, he was able to bring home a 16th-place finish only two laps down.