The Pass in the Grass Dale Earnhardt Sr. Book and CD Hardcover w/jacket 2001
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The sudden and tragic death of NASCAR legend Dale Earnhardt shook the sports world. And it left racing fans yearning for a chance to relive the incredible career of the circuit's most dominating personality. Earnhardt's most memorable accomplishments are captured in this unique compilation that combines the textual and photographic archives of The Charlotte Observer with the audio library of veteran NASCAR broadcaster Mark Garrow. Unlike any product on the market today, this book allows fans to read and hear about the amazing exploits of this NASCAR icon. The book and accompanying audio CD highlight Earnhardt's most memorable races -- from his first win in 1979 at Bristol to his seven Winston Cup championships to his emotional win at Daytona in 1998 to his shocking death in 2001. And there are many others in between, including Earnhardt's famous "pass in the grass" at Charlotte in 1987 to beat Bill Elliott and his "spin and win" victory over Terry Labonte at Bristol in 1999. The book and audio CD also include Earnhardt's reaction to the first Winston Cup victory of his son Dale Jr. This unique CD packaged with the book contains actual race calls, as well as pre- and post-race interviews with the Intimidator himself and with the competitors who lined up against him each week.