One of the greatest race car drivers ever, who held 7 championships until he died at the age of 49 in the 2001 Daytona 500, when on the last lap, last turn he suddenly drifted down to the apron and barreled straight on to the retaining wall going an estimated 185 mph. His restraint snapped on impact and was instantly killed, and the interior of the car was badly damaged, and very bloody. Even drivers in other racing types consider Dale Earnhardt to be a true racing legend.
Going 200 mph and turning left for 3 hours is alot harder than you think. Stock cars have absolutely no traction control, or ABS system or any other driver aids, and finding traction going at that speed is difficult as hell, and at the same time being inches away from competition going 5 wide down the turns. Unlike most drivers, Dale Earnhardt was fearless, and made other drivers shit their pants when he came near them. He was nicknamed "The Intimidator"
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