Dale Earnhardt Jr. and his dad sit on the back of the latter’s transporter at Carquest 300 Grand National qualifications at Charlotte Motor Speedway in 1998.
Dale Earnhardt Jr. and his dad sit on the back of the latter’s transporter at Carquest 300 Grand National qualifications at Charlotte Motor Speedway in 1998. JEFF SINER jsiner@charlotteobserver.com
Dale Earnhardt Jr. and his dad sit on the back of the latter’s transporter at Carquest 300 Grand National qualifications at Charlotte Motor Speedway in 1998. JEFF SINER jsiner@charlotteobserver.com

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