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Little E's 1999 Winston Cup Schedule

Hornaday & NAPA Move to Busch Series in 2000

Budweiser Driver DALE EARNHARDT JR. Adds Richmond To 1999 Winston Cup Schedule

Little E Knows Next Step Is Big One

Dale Earnhardt Jr. is NASCAR's Rising Star / Expectations, pressure high for racing progeny

Earnhardt Jr. not without worries

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Event:  Food City 250 Race No. 24
Track: Bristol Motor Speedway
Bud Pole Qualifying: Friday, Aug. 27 at 4 p.m. ET (two laps, all positions)
Start of the Food City 250: Friday, Aug. 27 at 7 p.m. ET (espn2 & PRN)
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Here Come the Marines:
Kerry Earnhardt will drive the #76 BGN Marines Chevy, fielded by Ed Whitaker and Team Marines Racing.
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Earnhardt Jr. smokes 'em in the NAPA 200 at Michigan
Dale Earnhardt Jr. led the most laps and in the closing laps of the race no one could touch him.  He finished three seconds ahead of Winston Cup regular Jeff Gordon.  Matt Kenseth, Earnhardt's closest competitor in the Busch series, lost a cylinder late in the race and fell to a 22nd place finish. Earnhardt now stands in the lead of the Busch Grand National Series points standing by 89 markers over Kenseth. Full Story

| Thurs Prac 1 | Starting Line Up | Friday Prac | Race Results |

Earnhardt Jr 5th in Kroger 200 at IRP
August 6, 1999 - Dale Earnhardt Jr started 3rd but struggled with a push in the car most of the race.  Finally will air pressure and some other adjustments Tony Eury, crew chief, was able to get Earnhardt's car set so that he could stay with the leaders. Earnhardt finished fifth maintaining a one point lead in the points battle.  Jason Keller won the race followed by Todd Bodine, Jeff Green and Matt Kenseth.

| Fri Pract 1 | Fri Pract 2 | Starting Line Up | Race Results |

Junior rolling into Kroger 200
August 5, 1999 - With his victory last weekend, Dale Earnhardt Jr., is once again peering down on his nemeses from the top of the NASCAR Busch Series Grand National Division mountain. Full Story

Dale Jr will be on the move this weekend at Indianapolis
August 4, 1999 - Friday will begin at 7 a.m. in the Garage at Indianapolis Raceway Park in preparation for the Busch Race Friday night. Then he has to be at Indianapolis Motor Speedway for a mandatory IROC Drivers meeting at 11:15 a.m. and then back to IRP (about a 20 minute drive) for Busch Practice at 12 noon. Full Story

Little E Outpowers LaJoie for the Win at Gateway
August 2, 1999 - ST. LOUIS, Mo. -- Dale Earnhardt Jr. won Saturday's Carquest Auto Parts 250 at Gateway International Raceway to regain the points lead in the NASCAR Busch Series' Grand National Division. Earnhardt, who got his fourth victory of the year, led in 59 of the race's 200 laps including the final 46 after passing Joe Nemechek. With the win and a $51,775 payday, he became the sixth driver in series history to surpass $2 million in career earnings. Full Story

"That queue-ball headed fool"
That's what Dale Earnhardt Jr had to say about Todd Bodine's late race incident when he attempted a pass on Earnhardt Jr, spinning Earnhardt into the wall.  "The car was a little tight. I was trying to give everybody room.  Everybody was racin' me clean except that que-ball headed fool who can't get by us without wreckin' us", Earnhardt said after coming out of the ambulance. Earnhardt was running fourth at that time with 10 laps remaining in the race. Andy Santerre won his first career Busch Series race. Matt Kenseth took over the points lead by 24 points over Dale Earnhardt Jr.

| Qualifying Order | Thursday Practice | Thursday Prac 2 | Starting Line Up |
| Friday Prac 1 | Friday Prac 2 | Friday Prac 3 | Race Results |

Earnhardt Jr. on equal ground in the mountains
July 21, 1999 - The Myrtle Beach sand was supposed to bring relief to injured NASCAR Busch Series Grand National Division point leader Dale Earnhardt Jr. last weekend, but after a disappointing 25th-place run in the Myrtle Beach 250, he was anything but relaxed. Full Story

Dale Earnhardt Jr. Myrtle Beach Press Release
July 16, 1999 - Dale Earnhardt Jr. feels that a year's worth of experience in a Busch car will benefit him better this time around at the .538 mile short track of the Myrtle Beach Speedway in Myrtle Beach, S.C. Full Story

Earnhardt Jr 3rd at the Milwaukee Mile DieHard 250
July 4, 1999 - Dale Earnhardt Jr, often referred to a chip-off-the-block of his father, proved it on Sunday at the Milwaukee Mile. In a Saturday morning practice session Earnhardt Jr hit the wall when an engine blew.  He was taken to the hospital where it was discovered he suffered a chipped right shoulder blade and brusied ribs. But he didn't let that stop his championship efforts.  Full Story

"Step-Momma" Returns to Milwaukee
July 2, 1999
Last year Dale Earnhardt Jr. dominated the one-mile oval-flat track of "The Milwaukee Mile" in Milwaukee, Wis. for the Busch Series race. This year they will be bring back the same car they won with last year, the now famous car is affectionately known as "Step-Momma".
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Dale Jr. looks to tie win streak record
July 1, 1999
For much of the first part of the 1999 NASCAR Grand National series, defending champion Dale Earnhardt Jr. couldn't seem to find a way to win. Now, he can't seem to lose. Earnhardt, who has won three consecutive races, will be looking to tie the Grand National series record at Sunday's DieHard 250 at the Milwaukee Mile (2 p.m.,TNN)
Fully Story

Dale Jr win 3rd in a row and is on a roll
June 28, 1999
If Earnhardt's not a roll, there's no such thing. What's more, if beating Fellows wasn't amazing enough, he did it while driving much of the last 20 laps with one hand, while using the other to keep his car in gear. Full Story

Ask Dale Jr.
ACDelco is giving NASCAR fans around the world a chance to talk racing with one of its newest stars, Dale Earnhardt Jr., during a unique online audio chat in partnership with TalkCity. The chat will use cutting-edge technology to allow visitors to hear Earnhardt Jr.'s responses. A final date for the chat will be announced soon. Go to ACDelo's web site to submit your question to Dale Jr.

'Little E' keeping things in perspective
June 8, 1999
God bless Dale Earnhardt Jr. for keeping his head firmly attached while everyone -- it appears -- is trying to wrench it off with a whirlwind of activities surrounding his fast-track racing career.
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There's a new Dominator in Town!
(Son of the Intimidator)

On September 21, 1998, Dale Earnhardt Inc. made the official announcement that Budweiser will be sponsoring DEI and Dale Jr.! This is the largest Sponsorship deal to date in the history of Winston Cup Racing.

Dale Earnhardt Jr.
The Official "Bud" Man!
5 races in 1999 - Full time in 2000

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Blk3GM's Dale Earnhardt Site was born on July 26, 1998 and is owned and maintained by Gary Harris.  This site is a tribute to "NASCAR's Greatest Driver" and his up and coming son.  We are not affiliated with any official Team, Sponsors, Media Group or NASCAR.  This site is solely for entertainment purposes.  Information and statistic's on this site have been collected from various NASCAR related sites on the internet, from Winston Cup Scene, Newspapers, Television and our personal experience at Winston Cup and Busch Grand National races.  All statistics are believed to be accurate at the time they are updated but cannot be guaranteed.
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