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Dale Jarrett Wins the Brick Yard 400 - Earnhardt posts another top 10 finish
Dale Jarrett dominated the BrickYard 400 at Indianapolis. Dale Earnhardt struggled with a push in the GM Goodwrench Monte Carlo during the first half of the race but finally the crew was able to correct the problem and Dale ran in the top-10 for the remainder of the race. On the final restart of the race, following a blown engine in Dave Marcis' car, Earnhardt came out sixth. However, while leaving pit road a loose tire from Jeff Burton's car came rolling in front of Earnhardt's car damaging the left front spoiler and fender affecting the aerodynamics and slowing Earnhardt for the final 16 laps of the race.  Earnhardt finished 10th. Steve Park finished 15th. Earnhardt maintains seventh in the points standing. "We had a good run at the beginning of the run, but as the run went on and on, it got tighter and tighter. The last pit stop we hit a tire in the left front, and we just had to do anything we could to stay in the top 10."

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Earnhardt to sport new look at Indy
August 2, 1999 - INDIANAPOLIS - When the GM Goodwrench Service Plus Chevrolet rolls off the Richard Childress Racing transporter at Indianapolis Motor Speedway, the infamous black No. 3 will have a different look. As seven-time NASCAR Winston Cup Series champion Dale Earnhardt takes to the historical 2.5-mile speedway, the name will be the same, but the hood of the No. 3 Chevrolet will be a replica of the GM Goodwrench Service Plus sign that appears as it does at the local dealerships across the United States. Full Story

Steve Park Taking Car That Led 84 Laps at Charlotte to Indy
July 29, 1999 - In 1999, Park hopes to prove he's ready to beat the leaders. The 31-year-old East Northport, N.Y. native and his Dale Earnhardt Inc. teammates tested on July 19 & 20 at Indianapolis where he posted one of the quickest times but also suffered a turn-two accident. Full Story

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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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