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F\ ,- I I)ale Jarrett has eyes set on million dollar uollUs, and to re-write history along the way I Elisehelh Cily, NC Adveeoe Friday 0181006 AUG 30, 1666 N3562 Im®®_ _ _ rRSSS_cirvrrxas FMqtMqulCOD . ''iti'a?Y-?i~yu Q ] 1 r{J~Y../! JI ~r~!p '~bNr¢~ I 1
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Eli¢ebeih City, NC Idvenae hldq 0 181051 AUG 8e, 1888 N3582 1111®®PRESSCLIPPINeS 'Elllott'S million dollar moment lPy Denny Prenton $I[60EWTOR DAWSONVILLE, Ga. - Eleven years ago, Bill Elliott walked away from Darlington Raceway with the largest single. day payoff In NASCAR history - the Winston Select Million - with a C[Orhe readily admits was• n't even the best one In the field. "There were several cars that were probably better than I was," Elliott now snYs. Harry Gant ran real well. Dale Earnhardt ran well. Cale Yarborough ran weB. Cale was the last big challenge, but he had a broken power steer• Ing line. The main thing was I was able to steer clear and miss everythmg that happened." ERiott said efter the race that "1 honestly don't think I could have beaten Gant. Whenever he was right, he Just went ouL" But Gant blew an engine So did Earnha,rdt. And when Yarborough's car devel• oped its problem, Elliott finally let himself think he mleht actuallv Ihurlel/ Merkqa, ON iYnel PntanOurt YRt bu AUG 28, 1896 winthoraw. ._. ._~_.._ . -_ _ . annwrwn/sP.Pdpla~, ht Bill Elliotl made wlnning the WIIi oiIllldn look easywhen "When we started I thou , ~ maybelhadatopfivecer,"EllSOtt did so In the progr6m'S first yeer„1 Butln the 10 Sae80ne says.'As people tore up cars and I since, no one hes been able to matOh his leat. dodeed accidents. it started to ./ look Ift~tletbitBhatt Itrealised I h d a "There was a world of pres• co ple of eweeks lat ruT h e 7A8 - chancetowinthething." sureon,me,"Elllottsald."There mtleadwlthwhlchEBiottleR To get his million dollars, were so many things pulling at ~r{~on wouldlater eve prate j. me anyway, because I was run• , fn a threeweek s ~ng Elliott had evaded catastrophe ning so well that yeer, doing so at Doie. Dey wh~uhesuNt o Pered ~ several times in a race which well in the points. There was _a bm/ren agle and~ished 20th. ', drew 14 cautfon flags, he had pressure'the whole year, and - He finished 17th at Martinsville ~ overcome those with superior then to have this on top of p cars. But most of all, hp had sur• . that...There were people there W~jJkgsbowojetter abroken~overwhelmipnethat it wasorslmost covering the race that weekend wheel, and suddenly he was out 8 who had never covered racing ,~ ~epoInts lead. tncomprehenslble. before.That'showbigltwas." Ellfott; despite winning 11 It started with the money During the weekend, Elliott races~in 1985,11 ltself. AAfter all, the million was tried to stay focused on what poles and more.more than anyone had ever won needed to be done for the Cham• - than'S1.3 million besides the in an entire season on the pionship chase, but people Winston money,lostthe 1986 NAThenRthelretwas the circuit, to wouMy deal at that time was ppoints oints. race to Waltrip by 101 provethatthefeat,wlnningthree working on the car," he said. ~rtetnl Ifwesedlsappolnt• of the four "crown jewels" (the "That's part of why we were ~ yg~r ~ar~8ut Elllottdcould first race of theyear at Daytona, running so good. And I resented take solece 1n the fect that on Talladega and Charlotte and the anyone who took me away from Laber Dey weekend at one of'lnaeeanescromalished~nh could the car - sSonsor commit• his favorfte tracks, Darlington p ments, the me la." Racewag he had done thee fnoon• Only two times previously in Gnce you get in the car it's cefvable and walked away with thehistoryofNASCARhadadr4 easy,"hesald."That'swhatyoG amillfondollare,somethingno ver won three of thosefourdesig• work toward, that's what you one else in NASCAR Winston . In 1969 and David pearson~n build up to. You know what to ~p historyoan say. . 1976. The did so before the espectwhen youYe in the oar." Y y He knew what to expect until were proclalmed "crown Jewels" he won. or before there was a bounty for "It tooka little while for it aR winning them. They were just to sink fn;'he said. "After the anotherraceontheschedule . race, I was ltke'man, this isBut the heaviest weight on great!' We stayed in Darlington Elliott's shoulders that weekend overnight, and when we came came not from the Winston homethenestday,that'swhenit Million, but from the fact that reylly started to hit me. When I hewasbeingforcedtodealwfth sawhowmanyfansshowedupin aB of that hoopla in the midst of Dawsonvllle, how much atten- a heatedpoInts race, which had tfon I got from that point on Elliott ahead of second-place (especially his subsepuentspot Darrell Waltrip by Just 138 on lhe cover of Sports points entering lhe weekendm fBustreted)" ,
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I eU1 IF e 1C CWOR 0 ~ riiilzs~irtibiqnl 9~;e to Nd mm" ~ e e~p1Ce torpl)teaa CootiplM~, leeetkenfpgn~. "i~pt qt uac age emokere use ; .tybp Miok I ~~ 'la.epauorddpot lo uieke mw~4p but evketo r.. ybraod a E~t waye,hio, , Is aut 8 a .nd !t al- es~aanslrec,'IPdwi who ~er'~'~'l2ople :que {~ol , t ~.~A NASCA xa~o' centlm ~ Its e.tenelve Ini~ldemeat ha made tho rnmpaoy`e FamNar end wk(te tt7~too Cup eeeM,e,. ~ . ,n~ ~ e, e tete .'7tdWcthey've p how ~ 1 I n motedtheprod uct with the~'ve bad op them" aald. I lhhdc as long 1 gallaed produet r~httoprgmD(eta^j ,;r4s. , CLatoa's stated dhleMlve - to r~z tlbe' mqY Ilere'Fha! ou~luvolv`eef n ~ . q_wu pl~ D~p~ ~ ro~k ~t{e 9ud andli~ . ~~ Ae'RepuL} NdsCltRla ev¢n re(e today Iteel there~ be eoutsi - t got body the ruuld comel ~ •qlong,~. Cam b tledd. ~~B,q)1 W~aatoa andpN~YSCAR have~ x rked to etkglor ao ~heap caae ~~e~bo- thep terelope 8pdnpt, NY sudoyleo Albanr Met Aen Friday D 18,391 AUG 23, t888 /~a/ N4128 fW®®PRESS CLIPPINaS CLIPPINGS
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stt>ffinBusch7ace~~*nt'~fa"at o ,.ve WinstonCUpdmersfNshe47231n$at hevants'l urday afteinodn {,2*.nille gusch Serres iece I could ever etDathonlntprnaNop~33wey hesevera •Tetry 1ed~ho leps (alltold a tut of myy ~y }ye peed heJed4wkefor6¢1kp~Idwlnbyseven3lcer- thoseSuys~,'ipohvede, , IenRBtsoverte(IowCup zegularaMerkMutln . /g6ii '.. . D1ck7Hckle.Sedespoints•leader'Da'vid~ GONEHOME WardB ertornekethg'"-"' Greenehdpointarunnerup RnndyLaJole driv weretourtktandfiRhinthy1471aprace:;' urd mq'r~ingN • S1wh-ttuough•lOth were RIrJqCraved, Jetl Jay~auter,loe amec ~ Green,Dele Jerrett, Kevln LePage,ehd DoualdNdryt.mqkethe Tommy Houstoa it waslebonte's third Busch gart didn't e#empt,4ru Series victory this season, the 10th of his : ytoming practlce8gssiu career, and his first at Darlington.- .. NASCAR awarded p The race was slowed three times for 18 of awner points to 7eff B the fust 321aps, then only once again (for laps _' Kyle Petty; and, Robert nd 2- 113-118) the rest of the race. Accidents sid~ quaLfied FYiday a lined or slowed LePage, Tim Fedewa, Darrell ~ jolned the fieM Saturda Lanigan, Brad Teague, Ron Barfield, L.W Mirler, Phil Parsons, Hermle Sadler, Jeff ( SKED MEETINO•: N Purvis,andHutStrlcklin: -~ :E}ancehasscheddleda After 21 of 26 mces, David Green takes e: ehce todey fo talk abou 100-point lead over LeJoie into next week- Cup schedule. ;. end's 250-lapper at Richmond. Although not '. Eyen though. most s officially eliminated, it's almost inconceivable . them, Franee Ise~e ct that Jeff Green, Todd Bodine, or Curtis . mcesdates. He's alaoe. Markham could overhaul either of the top two . Issue of expansion a for the championship. possibinty that the B thWiMillion e on~ TRIVIA QUESTION. What five owners with Tha" oNynew,lnfo cars in today's race have driven to Southern from the meeting is ce 500 victories? ber date forne#yaats Traditionaly, the 500- QUOTE, UNQUOTE. This from owner/driver in July. eru Pwroe Innpor, ME Nnws nrspn 1111111 Mcndry 072,700 AUG 1g, 1686 Ntns ,a ~L ERAs ~i'' Newpod , VA , Stew sfbdlirgs In all t wip rvr~,t$da 3674 rac`~~ PREBp 'g?R~TodddOOOff fnj Nm1elY- ,d $rSrt)~Q D,Ruely e,Xrwpan Nrwr-H.mpWn oryU Kenqy Wahace, Bnbhy and Ter~y labonle; krtprr : st car pGmer he' DecreB and Mlcbael WslCdp, and Jeff andj aus6ay ailM 126 744 1 ted hefter then Ward9urton ' ~ .- ,., „ . .. hewantstomal:e oNdrlveforone,of HAPPYHOUR.Pcle-sftter~DpleJarrettwas SEP 1, 1996 kets fattiStdttof' sesnaurey aemon'sinelSouthem was the o'tA500 practice session. His best lap of 163.760 I~Y mphinhlsrecedqysem comparedtohisFri' -. ~~®® ,g,rtingfieldln3stt,d~,9uallfyinglapof17S.634mph7•-• i ug,~~aesai~,o,cn`,, .DaleEatoberdt,MarkMartin;Terry rFFaBeL(fqMOS ~;~~ y Lehonte,andGeoffBOdkie roundedoutthe.,. .. -- I ;t creshin~g In : top-five in the hourlong prectice session that .. concluded Saturday'a on-track acMivities: ~ : Isionals based on QUICK Inibi LAPS.novatve car•ulder/owner , jticky Craven , sgley. Thetop Ba ao Matthews and the late Davey Allison 25 w ere inducted Sa (plusovislonals) . turdayNghtintotheNation- pr ming, . 61 Motorspurts Press Association's Hall of .Fame,.:.MukMsrtin bsededdedtoruqall t president Bil(-thrpe Richmond races next week: the Crafts- ,e.m. press eonfer. : man Truck 200 on Thursday ntght, Busch 'An year's Winston Series 250 on Friday night, and Winston Cup 400 oh Saturday night..:. John AndretU has Op.wstchereknow beenelectedpresidentofthe1997UnoceUDar-' announce the 32 . Bngton Record Club. - ed to address the hsps discuss the TRIVIA ANSWER. CaleYarborough, Bobby ~d 400 might ji Richad Ptty Bill i7Ud on Allison,re,ott, an Dar- - ll Wltl' rearp. . eipectedtocome :. ation of an Octo- TODAP6 SCHEDULE 7 garage opens; 11 .,, ndTalladega nux did ,rver an crew chief meeting; l, start of race has been run Southern 500. P5542 I
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Heleton, PA Slenderd•Speeker 6ennron M4t tha 024,044 SEP at 1896 N471 ~®_M® 4 PRESSCLIPPlNG3 ` fv.3t,.G..!!t?G W'fte .~ 84 [ ~' . A r ~I rraror c" ~ir~ ~E~ur yearsy go`t~tthw,ae a, ,;rdir,Btorm~'Ngv tp fOil'e dt '_ aR p {I ,,. '' ~+^i@~Ehing.~ou~rof;ou°ntrolAgJwaye-; - h;ts ~Robert,~t~a~g~Qw•lien' .he'B, , 'kecavtq make~nextr~a~nvlli$t"~' ;.. . J.,N'~Yates, the;cat owner fo,rCD1le.'y,, ~J~~rett,~ma'tdhed hieFpr~ed PfSvere cArislip;on en oilypq nr~ crunch the wall three qmck„ lme9 m'successlon Eact ialam' ° rn9de? 'ates~ ~wi illttlafi '~ ce+ 1 ti ,, n ., I • a tore , jaooutp;nowGdarrett^;wouldn'tS ; ;~VJiiteBLni gives°~to envone~whc'; hh o; ie treef;the circuit's~fot{r te {or races --;-gt , . ~ "Dele dtd{a'good job"=k'etee " daid ~'we liuat%etertBdtauitn''n . h~ di~sp~thera~ankT, Domed tQ . ' . ~'A:,c• j{i~~e'Y~i D - ~~.r,n s~+ r ;ta___ 9ye~~ a ~~7l a ~ :a,lnd , . 3} mQm,n e L e 1g ~ ~ N~ . apohs`±-pPl`d Miohigan` tns; in.a'record.:~ triUgust ~"~t}lepola , ~p~F,ridety~W,hat h~i3probebiy' ' aea was a cean rag, yr .' , ~~AB Boo~ ae;;~ went~mto the corfier it,7uatwy ht+etraight into ~` i She,wall he eejd`~NIty~aB real~y ~tifoFtunateNb'eFailge' the,"car 'r+aen t,pushing at thb~~nd etld I~• isonago6dc6mYot~~bl~pece". -""' WJarrett wee" all8milee e r 'j ~uet" pne : to the elart,:as;he-6nd ~'s,sllis,' familyr etood+in'froot -o&.tlFe) :viZereiied check!for $1'million = ~~Jready eigned;and eqdorsed ~°'' •Lhatfhe{woiild.be aw4rdedSyl)x' day~fhBw on j; ap~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~q ~., ettt>and w t eReltan ~ett+,!IOnK:lu>q:°~kt:,gjt~n_e.. ~flas1. i
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( ~~G qWttMa& v~.2t at P. Y iri t. NASCpRdrfvert~f~,~l Thls hme lest yeAB Dak.~.l wae wnnd?riug if rt,'~vinH Ro}icrtYetesterm m P Fce the inJur<d Ernl@~Irvar. ebc,t0love(o~1 {r _ sV' _1*X[F~ McndnF LeMdn, OK CCNBTIiUTICN fsds° Mtlku SEP 2, 1886 the Ho: 4 cfw SCer~lin.S Madl M%r4n and ihi`~Morgah- Mi C,l,u T e R6q.ln8ytep~ F.§ye'eome,up wcth ~he iringly dnbjnnfiWf cf ~3wa rand b.nldling un. NASCAR2i ,aa yfnsttcT tta2:kd Telladcpe md ~ M f)eytuhn whern the inncuon n~ kroby ,opuuel the nsn of cerburctor renrFelur % YaLe" , ekp plafoslosltiwthecnrsdmdn}t TM1e driver from ColutnblR. ~.~" Te,uienL~NLy° Geh9nde/e•Burlnr IL Eot9m uumlIen flnnlnOYam, AL PoA•Hm1E Mmtedem . Ma4n Mnndq 8t7d2° ~ ypy,°dp 96Lf.~ SEP Y, 1998 fNS 29, 1996 N10S2 tR8 lCLrf//NOR ceway ea`son ~~ ~nding x"pet, Renegade , id Pony wrap up ie rnCir~yneeeoo rno',et lo n elme {r11rgmundiRsttwayw Frldny d3t xllh teetumin threelacd divldmu plus a 10Plsp 8outbem All Stnr everd. T6e seaion endedlRel Fridaqtorthe .-. .. .,wpre„. L+btdodel AHrISMNJeHGordoncele- ~ dl Harl Wfon,wlth ryrstes hin Southern 500'vic- rook;eJ ~ g ro,y,,. .. . :.. udnmplw 14 "r"' Gordon ends ; Ro{er Selter by .. . . ; w0poi°' Jarrett's sOnd; ~~ Fallowmetbe th°W "`°f'°`eejMilhon bid nd HnrGeqhedaihree•poiatfqdwnr r~~Tbatmeaole•IlHnrliey».
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Monigomery, AL Advergser Montgomery Met Aru Friday 051,169 RUG 80, 1996 Dale Jarrett has a nipN.on and one reasons to want a win i , can become oniy the'second driver to cash In on _'•Wins big four events in the same year: Qualifying will , . ~ASSOCIAT6DP4tFSc s Mountain Dew 500 at DarGngton Raeeway. Jarrett i on, a $1 miiiion bonus for winning three of NASCAR's
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52270 1595 I BRICKYARD: Jarrett outduels Irvan -~ CONTMUED from 01 'not down. . . tty Benson and Rick Mast were :- .thetace restarted on Iap 130 .1 got into: that corner too eighth and ninth in Pontiaes. Bil1 : ~ after -a fourth caution period. hard," he said---rhat essentially Elliott took 10th in a Ford. ... ; ~.: Howaver, Irvan drove to the in- -. cost me the race. I have no ex- Iqlured Dale Earnhardt, who " side in 11nn 4 and went ahead .. CUse&'. . . .. started the race and then turned --` - I ' Pressley said his Chevy ran his Chevy over to relief dri onap139. ,: . .. Irvan, the former Stockton 99- out of gas, slowed and was hit Mike Skinner . on Lap . 6, w . Speedway champion, stayed from behind to cause the" acci- credited with 15th place. ' lhe ou[¢ome left Iabonte there until Iap 154, when Jarn:tt dent that prevented Irvanfrom.. oharged low In 11uns 1-2 to re- gemng a chanceto pass Jarrett -. ing seven-time ehampion" gain fitst place,-.,. ,,, back:: ' ~-- -. - :'- bardt by 61 points, Jarrett by but - TerxBJubonte-fi„iah.vt third in -. and Gordoa:by 1044 after 19 n.:"."My car was great all race NbdesTo. CA BEE Yodarm YN Ar.a , it~was' getting.: a little tight the a Chevrolet and regained the :: the season's,.31 races,: Gord(A 6u.dsf SUN 87,292 - a to- ~_ went into the event he won ciosec we got to the finish,' said lead in the point standmgs _~ ' 1994 leading Labonte by 5 million Wmston Jarrett.' "I saw- that Ernie's ear ward. the $1. (, v+as getting tight,too. '. .: Cup chamPionshiP . from Hen- pointg, Earnhardt by 23-and J A ta Jeff relt by ffi. ... ."Ernie went into 1Yirn 1,a little drick Mototsports tea*^+^ AUG 4, 1996 ~" b' ``ard aMl that carried his rar a Gordon.:Pole- winner Gordon -- - If Jarrett can win the elassitJ~ P 1342 " . ' ~ inlrnn 4 when a ore (SC ~~ , bit high: I saw a chance to get. . Darlington..) Raceway 3 ' cau on Lap 2 and wound up ll uolled the ' was around him and I took it' Sept. 1. he . .- - As Jarrett- spokc, the silver 37th=.,' .-:. '. -.. '.. :. Million bonus for taking thtee ~- ~winner's trophy,, which features Pla®g fourth tbro~ seventh thesport's Big Frntr.,races. "--'--- d F Ma k ~ swwere~. r or pieNaoy ~- a a shiny. brick,was passed ?n. I aropndaby -his=jubiiant'team ~ ~mates.'~ledty~roolde crew chief ~ ToddPamoU =.- ~. -" , :::~,''slard to t$ink of words'eq ~ ' s~y:;Parrott:sid:~l oia. wn ,Y..~ I1a3!tona 50o and~. Coca-Cola 60Q m-onB season is something, and aowlhe.Btickyard. • TAe 'Jarrett and Irvan teams had-~oelebrated as one on p ' ` ' ' lu2 finisliand that ~ !? . 1- Z _ bration shows how close work together; said team. Yates:",• Irvan.was disappointed,.liiit '~ Rescue eje workersarrr a stunntf Kyle Petty away hom his se L',C'CiE ry.m the.nchest NAS- crowd estimated at 300,000. `~ - n Cup Series race Jh ld ..arrett. was teeaer when Jh.yt; .... A~p,~ :~,was t5e third this season for Jar- ... ~ . A . 'eiy tlamaged car.' '-.`, "-rett, A HicLbry native and son of SearPage G9, Brfo{tyard . T lr bann of fame driverNed Jarrett, " ; :11!iDLkNAPpI.IS.- Dale Ja[-. . ~~ ••• ''W~. wv rett'added- to:his,tepmation as:a Charlotte's Coca-Co1a 600 this year. He also won the Daytona - "i?lVrace Perfa~Fmer Saturda 5 . Y, 00 in 1993 . - making a clutch`pass. of Ford ". 'I watched l t of I di n ~ o s n a apolis teammate Ernie .Yrvaa~ siY laps .-500s o t l i i n e ev s on when I was . .. : from the finish to win the.Brick- growing up; said ann emotional Speedway ~...:... .~:..~~'~~. [ylaneatthi l s aee .-`'A singler crash in Turn 4 by whelmin p ~~~ . g . ;. Rober['Ptessley = he" ran~ out of .. -I don't get sentimental very . ;' gas `= on the 159th of 160 l aps often bt I did di th V' ... .,uurngeicto- ' cost Itvaa • h a c ance to flipflop Iil bf :".- ryap, manyecause o where ~ th 1 2 fi ti e • nis for the Roberte Iill ..-. we ar. w cherish this day-the ~Yatea Racing operation~of Chartrst of m life' ~.~ .. . . y . , kNte: 'ILe accident forced the fi- Janett collected $564,035 from nalilap oa the 2.5-mile h~ack to the NASCAR record purse of ttt 1d d ' "' n er cau oa ; $47illi H i f "n,, mon.e wonnront of a
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r. z ~ ~ Onewe, NY : Dispatch 't, 8vrrrw. c~'t~'h . MdAru ~,~s~.L+s Mondrq O:tlm SEP 2, 1996 N4090 , ®rRSSSCLIrfINOS ;q'ByTomN700 ' as~~'. ' `KnronNmd.rrr.w~,6.~ 17. NormaIIyj!motC^~'ASCAR Winsfon' ' Cup dnvers p•refei noc to rete a,nvai's .chencgnana7lupfomtngrace. ~ ¢~t, l~nt6~4Stdeintemdable -, t .+ I)0eP"fneide avary dmrer feel eaI :.time lie'Rterta that the race~le~E11~ „ ~ '~platne°1973 Wrneton Cup.chay,p `8enny.Pareone now a'popular motor- : sporta`commentator. ..~ So,the,drivereomnmentvcry,l,t,tle thepoeitivepmepecteofeomeontelae' - Howaver, itbobnouelyilifTecaa whe,ry .~e pnze like'the W ~o eat atake, ee ittvill be Sun IrKblf~ th; ~em 600 for;bele Jarrett at~ D Er n~gta ,(BC)Receway . Severalcompetitoraheveetatedrath nebte~ntonm `franldytliettfieythinkJsrretthae "Irigto tbftegh°td? - ceilent ehot at the $1 million bonus Sv„that$1'mllh6rit, whtch goes tya driver mnning thre~,pf~'~Jarret,Q'~t~ aheclrcu,t'sfourmajorraceelna eon yua/lfying " Il Rc1~ Cravep a e e dd 1e na qt "dgnl8lkttt: CrqJentestedtt.lhe t9 ty e ek leet~areek slon " t mile D4rlinetoXt trs D 8,088 ®® SL_Il dJ91 ltu an Yr~Co ~te ~4 N kT'i7 A ~ J,ebonte hmped away butnotbeceuee,` o(eaelf mNctedinlury t' .K .HObby }qe6'RrylnB to brake w•hen•.pe" Andfe ~, rqmY MakhF;,;;: cl~lef;op. 'id Mondeyt' ; ,eipn, esaryqy t Wt ` bs he{jm a~kl 11. r t$ee,"~1Crand~ t~optlnUy, e ~ 1Na a.ep Netol~et F}~ovedy'ed~common^ ioee dttrvJt+ •. i~.when in f,e$ th~~yh~00D fena to et a ~1'hefyfMe Marna hedheardofthe - ~~ ~y'qVanCW def uy, ppan ~ ~ rLrrritee h. .. , ty f 0 tih o~ • o~ G+me i~ts o( mdng reco eryoneto,~ A JohnaQf ~,
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Jeffersonville, IN Wilkes•Barre, PA Nevn Cititens' Voice Loubrllb Sonntan Mel Area M d Area Samrday D 10,888 Monday AUG 31, 1996 SEP 2, 1886 040,035 N2536 ~~®® N4890 aM~© ~ PRESSCLIPPlNGS pgESSCLIPPlNGS ~ Thi e WinstaCup cirCiulf~~ u:-... . .. . ..3 .... ~ ~ tlOhllN'~ Up{ The P1oVntflll DBW 1, Soutitem 5CiD on Sundev NIHE42~, The 1 aSB.m~re D~ 1iri~Eh S'" Ir2td~iadlonal qdrev,ny at D Ijn~b S ~ the n1oSt fen>bus _- and pq itily toughL~'> trec'r,o~ tFem a1i. t-` ~ ~ p ~y gths' h ;, t ,~ s r w 9}131 til ~ is bFPtl , ;~•~.. ~ ~ ~1. _~os of n4ce Gordon wins; Jarrett s ips in big c chek bid - r _-_. : . ByDICKBRINSTER hunibled"TheLady'itiBlack." esatDarlmgton. . But.Jarrett finished 19th two.']Avspen.wrn.r :- With a commanNng lead on the "It ever thereswas a time to be laps down, while trying to beoome t 46tti of 387 laps on, the `treaoherous running sixth'¢r seventh, that was just the second' driver to colleet DARLINGTON, S.C. - Dale track; Jarrett's Ford suddenly e time," s5id'Gordon, who had the Winston' Seleet Million, a Jarrett and Jeff Gordon had the . slipped up the high banking and pped back from: the leaders bonus payoff from the series spon- same plan. Jarrett succeeded and scraped the wall between turns ter a poor pit stop. "All the sor for victories in three of four lost. Gordonfailed and won, three and four. That took him out ~eaders hrt thewap." • major NASCAR races in the same Welcome to Darlington Interna- of contention in the Southern 500 Itwasanomen: year. . tional Raceway, where each' and left the Winston Select Million "I was thinking to myself right Instead, Gordon, the :reigning knows that running up front is the unclaimed for llth straight 1 ere, if this is a sign of anything, Winston Cup champion, mastered best way to avoid disaster. year. . i~COuldbeourday;'Gordonsaidd this mishapen monstrosity whose "I was just cruising around," ."Unfortunately, being opt there fi3fdel~eIt was. But it didn't do much for angles were determined by an ad- Jarrett said. "I was right where II made me the firsl guy to go audience. , jacent pond.' His series-leading wantedtobe." through the oil," Jarrett said. "I ~`;;The 25-year-old Hoosier's victo- seventh victory of the.season But he slipped on a few cents was upset because I knew we had Xy, proved generally disappointing made him the sixth driver to worth of oil, ending his pursuit of " the cartowin therace." a crowd of 60,000. Many came repeat in the traditional Labor a million dollar bonus, and -'' But he didn't, and Gordon's suc- this o1d country track see a kid Day Weekendrace. became just a spectator Sunday as cessful defense of his Southern 500 1pm down the road in Camden - Gordon emerg ed from a Jeff Gordon added his name to a title made him only the second Pe of their own - win the oldest magnificent late-race battle to sboJt 1St•.. PC lh9s.e..Wh4 AaYQ Jbt, - dri¢er. ta w,iu .tln'ee..wnaecutiac• Faee andmakea lot of money...... beat Hut. Stricklin by 6.23 seconds.-j• ;,1.
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! a Cemden, 80 Chronklalndapendenl AUG 19, 1996', N84076 M®/~W/~/ W RSSS CLIPPINGS 8oiitfii iiAti,taiSu 6riibnyBG74h; , Ce~11'ne'4Q0 s''. ' p6outh , ~ 19eTiet Otd~ ' ..
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52270 1649 giw4 him tha 367 laps but couldn't hold off Gordot' near t[~ud _qhthesfo'jrown the end He'managed to outduel Rusty_ '' welsirethe spert: the Wallace for second. Just a week earlier, Southem.500,thp r; Earnhardt and Wallace had clashod at ~ CooCl 600;thBto{ bt the two old rivals a-oaeris,u made up Daytona 500 and the before the race and had no incidents. Wnston500.'~JaRett• OTHER WINNERSHERE:'Earnhardt, ;won this year etr. Elliott, Mark Martin, Darrelf Waltrip and : Charlotte and_ t,'4Terry Labonte. Daytona..The only' KEY TO THE RACE: Who can survive , p~.rsonto wrn#he ''~this toi ghest of tracks? It's a little easier: ,.: bonusrso far has b~en"than it used to be now that there are twor < grooves but ft'sstill a tough ride. ' , /INNER: Jeff Gordon THREE TO WATCH: John Andr,,tti won a { E ufhardt at the end Of surpn ,Ing polc heee last year, Ricky y about „even car Ietgths : Craven had the top speed in practice last rtt i liad fo f ~i d B rt W , ,~,,ti U u u a1 s er Ttl B'OEA4' ~ ~.;~ 9q`for pis first Winston Cup v.eek and d ~ coo~ S~million bonus ,___ _, po!~ts Ghaflm ionship mhardt led 208 of h@re last yc ~ '. ac New Bern, NC SunJDumal Fridar D 1e,868 AUG 30. 1996 /~~~/~ N3644 fiIMPRESS CLIPPINGS
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Oreen Bay, WI Prea•Qazette orgpl e!y Md Arsn eaturday 068,786 AUG 31, 1996 N5712 O®®®PRBSS CLI PPING ,~a~~ t;wins pole . 'for`:5ou `` `thern 500 . Pre.ac+ez.qft wire nrrlce. Dale Jareett proved the value of ex• teneive testing by putting himself on the pole FYiday for his million-dollair trea- sure hunt in the Southern 600. In negotiating troublesome Darlington ; (S.C.) International Raceway, Jarrett broke the qualifying record for NAS• CAR'e oldest race with a run of 170.934 mph. All the`practice hb had over the last month at the 1.96&mile track paid off in just hie`eecdnd Winaton,Cup pole.; ' ; ! Jarrett's ForB Thuitderbird wpe tiined ` ; in 28.760 seconde; edging the Chevrolet ,; Monte Carlo of defending`seriea And race champion Jeff Gor- don by .017 seconds, Gordon, trying to win ' ~'for the third straight .timest Darlington, where-two races are run annually, went 170.633. t dn addition to the --- winner's share of a ~ $1.3 million purae, ' ' JarrAtl Jarrett will be trying `i Could win . to collect a bonus to :, big bonus any driver winning three of four NAS- i CAB majors In the same year. He won the Daytona 6000 and the Coca-Cola 600, ; but failed in the Winston Select 600. Only Bill Elliott has collected the Wins q Select Million, accomplishing "fneESy~winning the Southern 600 in 1988, the firet year the bonus was offered. Two 'Ln others - Darrell Waltrip and the late N) Davey Allison - failed in attempts to N win the bonus when they lost at Darling• a ton: Jarrett had been pointing toward the ~ 9 pole by testing frequently over the last ~ month at a track known as "The Lady In + e Black." The only qther pole in Jarrett' Ie 10 eeeeone on stock car racing's premier ! circuit came last year in the Daytona 500 ,:~ce he won.
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~ .. . . . .. rna.~ MOtOA SPORT$ ' ' ": y' ±~~~ . Gordon steers~~ clear of oil for '' ; a slick victory nmeswtuurvWs DARIAGIGN,S.G-AfewceMupWotogerMedDele iJarren'srml5ontbDerdiasa,maIo,ghlmjustaspedamrSunn I, davasV411G/o'sJe9Gordataddedhknarnetoadrortlstef ; uwsewnune~eurontanmw-,ne,aqnumcn:-..: a With a commanding lead on the 46th of 367leps at i treadtemus Dazgngton Inhmational Racewqy, Jvrdt's FbN , suddenly slipped up the hlgh beNdng and screped the wag between tums E ROUNOUP', contendon in rhe Southem 599 end leh th on Seleo'Mglion undeimed for the l lth conteartive#' Gordon became only the second ddverto wln threq consecutive times at Darlington, known as `Ihe Lady } in Black,' with a successful defense of his Soufhem 500 +. tltle, ._Jerrett finlshed 14th two IHas down.whik hvirte mbe• come7usl the, seoond driver tprocullectthe-.V(ireston Select ,mupon,. nesmmreemronrmaler,vMJl:AI(raCeamatesamevean ' """' "'- ~ ""'""-' Instead,Gordondrovetoh'usertrs-leadingseventhvuraotnnernouuvictoryHtuamngron . , . toty of the season. He emerged from a magnificent late• ~."•~4•'~ f")`~t` id w th ti l ' fi i h th b i i srx or n e ne e v up u n s etter s fim 4 , rece battle to beat Hut SMck1'm 5.32 seconds for the ''17 l t h fiRh t il b 27d wltM' ~ ti U h po n s nser, re y. Im.~~,M~~~~, ~by a~ e: v owas i 5 f '' ) ' r "b ' s or g e aguntj3eca .sva ktinthepastetghtraces.HeoollectedS99,630)orthewlnet~ ' ~ M - Hemovedwithin24pointsofHendrlckotoraports ~e~11,6o)apsont mlle?l¢tum'owntown ~h ~d~ teammate Terry fabonte in the series atandings. Dveo-. ~t and led the.rest of the,way; crossingthe ftpish line _ heatingproblemsrelegatedl.abonteto261h.Jarrettis 19sec»nda;sboutsixcnrlengths,aheadof~BobbqRahal's 91 points back and Dale Earnhardt trails b oints 161 , . p y ; .,ReyneM-Meroedea:7be winner averaged B4;374. mph .,? nenr'11 nr'll roroc Gordon averaged 135.757 mslowed six,-~ Elsewhere ph rn a race ~ k r l timesby371apsofeaution. -" .OfERMONTInd.-JohnFOrce'eemedSlOQOWby - The oil slick that took Jarrett from the lead also rc- b ft C i h 115t th Bi - d i d ne ~u eat ruz Pe regon n t e e g ng wnc e fo,mv thnrwahoe sultedinspinsbytheothercontendersatthetime.None Shootout,as1ecialeventforFUnny~ars7urirl}(the; 9f ever there was a time to be runNng sixah or sev- """` °'°'rvanona,a: roruro wn o.rn n suvrwr ad from NHRAby',winning the U.Sf~7atln~ I oday. enth that was the time; said Gordon who had d ~ ropp Force, Jlm!Stites ,, back from the leeders after a poor ph stop. 'All the lead- final quallfy'mg for the U.S. Natlonah • - (pro stoCk) and John Myers-(pro'stock"monyle)' ot ub ll hi th ; ..Y e we ers t ~ Mark Martin was thiM. the onfi erher mr nn fhs Irad . No. I entering final lBminatlpile'tddey lVy..l6,QUalgilf ' lap. Brs~roundbye'in7bp Tony SchumaPherwillreoeivea -_ fl+d el'mrinations;' iepladng Blalne Joh' hson; the top Molson Irki . Y . aualifferwhodiedSaturdavfrom9niur7escuffered1na VANCOIIVER, British Columbia - Michael Andretd thrust himself into the lndy-car championship race with a dominating victo In the Vencouver Molson Indy. ILOMdt , PA Wlynl Md~ondad Itwasthesecondcwrsecutivewinandseries-leading DALIAS-.RonFellowstook~advantageofTom . fifth of the season for Andretti, who vaulted past AI Kendall and Dorsey Schroeder's hard luck focan 11.W9- ; 6„apM. 04.785 Unser Jr. into second in the PPG Indy Car Wodd Series. second Grand Prix of Dallas Trans-Am vimory over ~ He trails Jimmy Vasser of San Francisco by 14 points Kendall. Fellows, driving a Chevrolet Camaro, finished with only next Sunday's race at Laguna Seee remain- the 77Jap,100.1-mlle race in 1 hour, 19 minmes; 44 een qU6 91, 1996 ing on the 16-race schedule. onds. Danville's Scott Sharp and Alamo's Greg Pickett, . Vascer, who came in leading Unset a two-time series . both driving Cama2os, finished on the lead lap, placing champion, by 21 points, took seventh and needs only to sixth and seventh, respeedvely.-. '. . . ~/~ Re1625 ^/~~ ail~llWararaHddCLffffNeB I crash as he completed that run:l)n Stinday, Elmer TrNt, - 53, diedbf head.inJuries when hewaa.lifted from his motoroycle after completing a 232 mph~exAlbltion.' . Welnld Ornk CA COATRA CD4TA TIMES ( o Im FnneM1w-9eYM1nd-asn Jen I r` : Ald bee Mendry b91,9d! i s I U SEP 2. 1996 P1552 I mmPRd dd CLII'PiNG d
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I/eicome to Tar.pOrvugn--5• :he shadow of home, hall-of-famer r~,~de,the~500,.his P.ersoriai p~ayyrvu~ lu a_qrBento.~e`14oiouq~l`: . mboo~ 1a ~ . Hro,l )RENCE - 1Yhen. it to the Southern 500,gton Raceway could easi- renamed Yarborough's he shadows of his home- :ale Yarborough carved a ough don't whether it was te the Southern 500 was ;gest thing in the world to ten I was a kid or what, iink I wanted to do better Southern 500 than any i the country" he said. "It -me." ig in I)ront of family and 1 was no doubt a big moti• factor. ere shouldn't have been ore pressure because I I to win them all no mat- .ere they were,but I did -re on myself to do well at legacy of suc- cess still unmatched in the 48-year history of NASCAR's oldest race. Five times the Sardis native drove his way to victory lane, more than any driver present or past. ,. Southern 500, when he nearly~ -. spoiled Bill Elliott's historic vica., tory which gained him the~ W1r~fpn Million. slinost beat him with ther power steering gone," he said.~ "Had the power steering hos< • not busted, I think we had him covered. And if had been'anoth- n er few laps, I think I would have beat him anyhow I finally got the hang of driving that thing with no power steering and I was running him down. He only beat me by a litlle bit (.6 sec- onds)." In his Hall-of-Fame career, Yarborough won 83 races, but none more precious than the five he claimed in Labor Day . weekend battles at Darlington Cale Yarborough (28) does battle with Bill Elliott during a race in the 1980s. toughest trach." banking to wave to the crowd. "I think if you see a picture It is ntting that Yarborough He was equally tough in vic• of me after that race, I think it and Darlington Raceway mixed tory, which he proved in taking tells the whole story Boy I was so well, because they were both his first Southern 500 victory In black, my eyes were droopy, I known for their ruggedness. i96g. was sick on my stomach. I think No greater example of that "I wouldn't take anything for a lot of that was the excitement can be found than the day that win," Yarborough said. "It of winning the Southern 500, Yarborough's car went over the was the last race on the old, but it was an exhausting race. guard rail in turns one and two original Darlington race track. "Ever one of my victories on lap 118 of the 1965 Southern They changed the track after was tou There wasn't an easy 500, flipped a half-dozen times that...But I remember it was a win in t crowd. I had to work and ended up against a light very tiring race, a tough race. In all day long for every one of pole in the parking lot. fact, I was so exhausted when them." Raceway. "They are probably the high- light of my career, just because it's home and it's Darlington," Yarborough said. "If I had to give up those five victories for something else, I wouldn't do it" There are no immediate threats to his record. Bobby Allison retired with four. Southern 500 wins, and among • current drivers, Dale Earnhardt and Bill Elliott each have three. . ...: 1"They'll get it. All records 1 A.. F...l.nm m~nn. nr lc/nr'
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~a'rre~C's ~igantic bonusv, little oil ! n a lips away o i ~ 4sthn;~7 CING: ~ - at treacher ol ORN a i~ J D a r 1 t 44 t C ~ k S t t : E , ll [1)t Y( s 4sU Intero~' ckrrs a~erJate x a r h ~ e raa charge. ` JQrsett e ~ Thouteod Oda, CA aupNe~ITAR ~ `. $y Dkk R[Insler shposd Yf~p thCO.n.rd-almi va1q-Ymmn "t(htAtaqciafedlYess thlgh~fth~d~ln~ Yn4n i;,DARLINGTCN, SC A few rn9 e~a tbe CORDOH ~ : Yontlst ~t~~/a worlh of oiI ended Dale ~~a'r'rettg mdl+on -dollar chase turrs U,.tLj!n.:d 1 r t7naJcidgKhun 1~fe2~ra spCCtalo[ cMD.,Alakth- 4.PWWY1~°l..w..iv.v.~.... -y ~_11I:III:~i.w91a~'f,F~t(~flR~trt~ C1CCC :-)lametoaStWrlyq\v ('n t . a t ' rgh llth ett T .'• ti~Ls~ " trave the humbletl,f I $luk ~~th e toinmmandinel~iVbuthe. . Plr 00TNERN 500: ~ordori ~hol(is~~ ~, ,. ' ' kliri f~~Strie ~ nfinaedjrom~61 ~,.. ~ '.-$-'Gordon became only the sec- 4opd dtiver to win three consent- Gve ttmes at Darlington known as 1he Lady in Black with a suc- ' sful defense of his Southern title. ; 'he 25-year-old Hoosiets vio- 14to a crowd of 6b,0oo.'7.4a .. , e to this old country track see - - '.,"'~cid from down the road in amden - one of their own - lhe oldest race and make a lot a.money : .... .. . :: 'f•`{ t '1r . - * . 'rneaescd.tNPraa rCRUNCN: Jeremy MayAeid ngnt N[s b'aie E,~rn tdl r tne Sotrtr>ern 5W ~vhwn was won tiy'Jeff Gordon.<• - But Janett finished 14th, two }y ~-a .~ ry ~'~ 3apadown,while tryingtobeeome nificent late-mw battle to beat m a race sloxe ~su nt~es by ,47 . rth 52 Iapsleft Gut Gcrdon renred great Dmrd pearson won just the second driver to collect Hut Stricklin by 5.23 seconds for laps, of~qution theshape r, }tuunded tum relentlessly Finally that often on the track "too tough the '~gyi ~o~n Selecl Million, a the 16th victory of his eafeer and olyal."the xo `edsue"klwxe as., @Rer several neu passes pn the [o tan)e.' ~tonuspayo&homtheseriesspon-o onlythesecondbyeChevmletm athemQ~}dtic tr8ckonthecv~.tight otel where Iapped.tra(fic .._~~ $or for victories in three of (ot¢ the last eigh[ recea. He eollected v cwt-bit Ilte fi ld ds usual ~'.,~~ often can be as d:fficult as'the DrVY -'Lsrn'- hardc had won three }najor NASCAR mces in the same $99,630 from a purse of $1.4 md- { The oal she fiat tc»k Jarrett track itself, Gordon got beneath Wnseoultive races at Darlinglon. year. lion. ~ . -~from`the-lead 7soresulted In ?Sidckhn at the end of the back-~Gordo1 wiltryto, make history! Instead, Gordon, the re' He moved within 24 points of spins by the ol - contenders at rstretch. next Marchwhen he goes for aN ~~ Hendrick Motorsports teammate- thetime None asafactorthece-' Gordon barel held the lead .fourthinthelkanSouth400. Winston Cup champion, mastered . Y this mishapen monstrosity whose movebrhea[ing problems ele- ~~-' through the tricky third turn, then Jarrett had won the Daytona e angles were determined by an ng : One by one, e iest fell by the was unimpeded the rest of the 500 and the Coca-Cola .600 -. to ~djazent pond. His series-leading Bated Labonte to 26th. .. wayside on a h and humid efteF-: way. , ... position himself for his million . N seventh victory of the season Jarrett is 91 points back. A bat- noon. By the 2 , trip around Ne Earnhardt, winless since dollar chase in the final NASCAR . m inade him the sixth driver to tered Dale Earnhardt, seeking an 1.36frmile layo tr' ' the t'a~e ame March and stll on the mend from major of the year. Bill Elliott is the ' 1O repeatinthetraditionalLaborDay unprecedented eighth title, trails down loSyic a non-vnnnel"ahorrifyingerashfiveweeksago, onlydrivertohavewonthebonus,. Weekend race. by 161 pornts after 23 of 31 races. end Gordon. t•., . was 12th. A viciory would have doing so in 198.5, ,its inaugural '^+rrdon emerged from a mag- Gordon averaged 135.757 mphStricklin'a Fprd took the lezd been his 10th at Darlington. Only . year. ,
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State College, PA l Cenlre Timee ShUCalhp1 ' MUbu MontlSr D2e,4pe SEP 2, 1886 /'//~// N4848 r+w®®PR RSS CLl PPINCS A U T O R A C I N G ru' SQO~DsI,~'krrutf t , ~Fh~cklv r ~ht ~ I t1J~r~t~jvaA~Ss nu/e51usSPnOrtq~'~ - , ~ t}ie s4arl, aa he a~c( `s fanvly stood % infroqtotthcos~ichedcforSl:-' milGonalreadv'``s,gned: and ~' .•.endorsed='tfiat`9ie;'would be~ awarded Sunday' U lie won. ~ . ~ , . `Instea4, Jarrettilellft despondent...d. ~.,and wdrn, o,deftcr'an early crssh" ~ }w r on B~ ~~tlw~i~sonl i ye r&°~' p~ ~;< "Tm" 01{""14~i di$'ay~nined and '• T .,wtsh we ba aq d other"chance ai It ' . . , J~~~ce¢y , ,~ ~~saidlarrett,whofioistiedldtky'threeebrates'defendirigbisSouWtrn.. 'lapsbehindwinner]effGordon.:l5W ti=l¢.' . .. Jarrett opened:the sea8on with 500,nik race. "Itvec tunes inquick hissecondDaytqria500vlct6ry.And sunxslpn Jarre@ pr~ dle.cwi-.. since:he rrossedth~Jine first at the crcte avssiting thePes.`.e~i8ers~deend ~ CticaCola 6Q0 uhi'Charloue, NC,I: ~~~kind,of dard*'ytvkrRl ~ ruc'e fans and.NASCARIOffidsls mec}anicqv4ldfakeawe¢k'tofar. t touted lus ch8nce to wm tlvec4 of o-~eoafeb~Tvte4tintotheforner¢: . . WmstoqCuA`ffifowAOrRvents 11he eYCttemCni;~bwlt 1'7iday. "hwJs E~$V°~'°rtoforhvteteberau.aethe ` whenlarreltbroketheiace's.quali- oarwasnit'p(istwtg''etthdendandlwas : :fyingrecordtosfartfromihepole: . onagoodobrcdorlablepace."2,. Everywfierehewpit,he~wasfoL-. Jarr " eft maeninepi[smpgandtetl :lowed by cameras and crow~& and dhreepick }L3 vew re a --hewasloadedwith'conSdence.His hrol,enoek,re-bentaloiver c~ontrol . ~ helmet showed a taticature on ~and patched the yyrelson the - ~;dollai bill with jarrett'st ictive:4 Passen6F;ddeoftheau.. 'where a paesident's migh[ be. The . Ford '1Ywnderbir~, whlch - Jarrettbreezedouteulyandlcd. JarrcttraqtdvlctonesatD~tonaud. .23ofthefugt45Japs..., ... Nuchigan,aMs seasori, got-;one'lsp : f3ut a few Cai~ worth of motor o~7.Q back on,a're'siart" Another cauHon- droAAed too close to the wad ast lilni . period pat jmn in postiori to be a, lap .. a mNion buc]®juat52.m~ into the- behbld,butJarretteoukbith'oklform. . . . . /~. 1 . . . __..
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Merklu, BR 1aurnel Mlrnq I Mel da ~' 9unEt7 SUN 13,410 II SEP 1. 1999 Yev~n.VRdeiCLr lINO! I Dale Jarren:relaxee:Qurinp teatlnp at Darlln9lon Internatlonel- -.Recewey. Jerrqn,poef for;the Y17¢efppMlNloq today In tne 9outhern ~~ RACER;X Alt eyes on DalYe,J;arrett'eµ` dash) #or"lNinston";;Million ''DARLih61'ON 6~C. - Alfheulih he M,a vlebry Ifiy ot a mlllioe-0ollar honw, DL1e.7Mratt x1lltw focusing onromeWn{ even bigger In the BoulherP SOG. - . c" . . . . . . . . . ~ I ~ He loa aikot It ol the last llmo he 'chaUenhed B,e Mgh banks of DviW~ Interd.tloNl,ilattway: Olveo e.chola'In MarChhetween~.mhlfn{onlLlobry amentabetter rmakhqaktefuhldoplWtwnuld . , o I ' IWrhlnc pWlUooan the Tton9ou0100, JurettrolHd the d1Ce . . n Eelorl,.hda l6thylettlWm 'rwthM'.bout96po1nUlntheWWbn Cup chemplotWJp battle. . .. . , . . ..'We,~were bold at that time,' he nld.~,"lLey asked me on the radlo; -' . 'What do you want btlot' I uW,'We ame here to wln." '71u1 mechbae ool changed ae the Nye.r•old Jarrett kW 6undey to ' become aelYIhe..eeond drlver to coAcet the WWton Select MOnen. The hono.,l.nkWhy1H11E9kttbNLlMU9uralyearotliM,{oerbthewWer nro~ ywr. - ' -' o/threeo/folirm.JorNA9CABracalnBuI -JernU pq.dene everything pruWle tu'pot hlmwlt~b poAtbn'to wlni ' PYnclee IaMny on the rtralea Ynort d11MWl track led to a nee record -'wlltNntt syeed of 170 i31, rqph tWt pul his ForQloa,the pole for the 47th .BouthBe -~WOy baecondarybtliONrll~ot:u}dybNWD,Vumalcovetad'.~, ~kyewWtanepbcY~eraeloy,.IattetL4i1oue141o,~nWt.of It, wJl~ayw.even4 w I rc~"[tal,wp.4trll.nEiooAbecauaewewerecelyBve,oreixr.ceantothe . I - .drun;' Jarrell'aaldof the 7ran9outh atntep. "Now, we're i2 races into .. the eawn.We're oo1y.137Polntr back.We've got to look at that . ;eirmptowhip.". , . .. . . .. . . .. 9o,Gah.ttlb'4bWeeoeleotB:J. BeyqoWilvnlQetbMMlts`raddlae eelehnMn In t1N'wWer'e circle oo1y; B JMnk an yet there without PutM{ hk title quM d Jaoylydy; ~1)Uwrwila: raa sponsor Mounllen Dep wlll be the big coPmrak wlnner.. ; ''ItllmeanecemN9hraadhaYhl{to11n4heeventhorel0fhinetudof ONNIn{ 1hN, we'n fldn{ to wnu! In.nd Qet. W," Jarrett rald. "We cao't . take Mut chence a{Mn." .- EvanVb1mu, JernttwNcoW¢tµW,d001orwhudnetheDrytmu000 andfbcaQoLEW:'ThedlttemirehNwaenMlehle{fourNblhepombnce ;WwInWN'I,/1Jro9111cc.~ : . Jurytt reylyae,alut he.lur acmmplkhMto reach this pohd. W makpnoatloKtodpwnP1.YIt:BUllcabov wko~'ewuPlnnearbyGmdeo,,fM1ahMDayweebndhaepeWIamaa7oa ; . .. ~ NA9CAR hdep ly rooled lo the trkdltbp`of the Uouth. And this Is Ib : aldatreeeon.it tt.ckwhentrNunohhe{WpermanentreepenllnWracW - , commuNty.Jarntth.r(WedbwinWl7MuqhekuchplenMedTheLedy . In Bl.ek. Ev.rydflva rrant.b win here;' he uM."Il'Y such a difficult race ~tnekbArlw•jCaadrlvar'eWck.lbplaroundhen1or600m11eew1Wut work'• . . ~ makln~ 0 rnlepta b a hard day's . , . . . . _ . `_/
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Florenoe, SC Newm 8mnneI Md Aro IAuradai p 81,888 ~ .I P,UG 29, 1996 ~ N493g ~//~// ' •-'~°®®eR£sSCLrPPINGS I Million dollar moMent Elliott's stirring victory in 1985 South~rn 500 still one of NASCAR's greatest episooes By Benny Benton Sr[m Emra. DAWSONVILLE, Ga. Eleven years ago, Bill Elliott walked away from Darlington Racewa,y with the largest single- day payoff in NASCAR history - the Winston Select Million- with a caz h`e feadily admits was- n t even the best one in the field.. "There were several cars that were probably better than I was," Elliott now says. Harry Gant ran real well. Dale Earnhardt ran well. Cale Yarborough ran well. Cale was the last big challenge, but he had a broken power steer- ing line. The main thing was I was able to steer clear and miss everything that happened." Elliott said after the race that "I honestly don't think I could have beaten Gant. Whenever he was right, he just went out." But Gant blew an engine. So did Earnhardt. And when Yarborough's car devel- oped its problem, Elliott tinally let himself think he might actually win the race. "When we started, I thought maybe I had a top five car," Elliott sayys.'ps people tore up cars and I dodged accidents, it started to look better. But It wasn't'til the last little bit that I realized I had a chance to win the thing." To get his million dollars, Elliott had evaded eatasti•ophe several times in a race which drew 14 caution flags, he had overcome those with superior cars. But most of all, he had sur- 'vived the pressure, a force so overwhelming that it was almost incomprehensible. It started with the money itselt. After all, the million was more than anyone had ever won in an entire season on the NASCAR Winston Cup circuit. Then there was the need to prove that the feat, winning three of the four "crown jewels" (the fust race of the year at Daytona, Talladega and Charlotte and the second race at Darlington), could indeed beaccomplished Only two times previously in the history of NASCAR had a dri- ver won three of those four desig- nated races, LeeRoy Yarboro in 1969 and David Pearson in 1976. They did so before they were proclaimed "crown jewels" or before there was a bounty for winning them. They were just another race on the schedule. But the heaviest weight on Elliott's shoulders that weekend came not from the Winston Million, but from the fact that he was being forced to deal with all of that hoopla in the midst of a heated points race, which had Elliott ahead;of second-place Darrell Wa~lt~ip by ~ust 138 points entertng the weekend, "There wa~ a world of pres- sure on me," Etliott said. "There were so many~things pulling at me anyway, ause I was run- ning so well that year, doing so well in the points. There was pressure the whole year, and then to have,this on top of that...There were people there covering the race that weekend who had never covered racing before. That's how big it was." During the weekend, Elliott tried to stay focused on what needed to be dpne for the cham- pionahip chSse, but people wouldn't let hifi. ' "My deal at that tlme waswnrk- ing on the car," he said. "That's part of why we were running soo good. And I resented anyone who took me away from the car- spon- sor commitments, the media. I wanted to be working on the car, seemg howltwasrwmh~." E1Hott said the actual race was a relief. "Once you get in the car it's easy," he said. "That's what you work toward,'that's what you build up to. Ypu know what to expect when you're in the car." He knew what to expect until he won. "It took a little while for it all Bill Elliott receives his trophy for winning the 1985 Southern to sink in," he said. "After the race, I was like 'man, this is great!' We stayed in Darlington overnight, and when we came home the next day, that's when it really started to hit me. When I saw how many fans showed up in Dawsonville, how much attention I got from that point on (especial- ly his subsequent spot on the coverofSportslllustrated.)" The celebrating would end a couple of weeks later. The 206 point lead with which Elliott left Darlington would later evaporate in a three-week span beginning at Dovet; DeL, where he suffered a broken axle and fmished 20th. He finished 17th at Martinsville after a wreck, and 30th at North Wilkesboro after a brok wheel, and suddenly he x of the points lead. Elliott, despite winn races in 1965, 11 poles ani than $1.3 million besid Winston money, lost th points title to Waltrip points. Certainly it was a disal ing way to finish what ha a banner year. But Ellion take solace in the fact t Labor Day weekend at his favorite tracks, Darl Raceway, he had done the ceivable and walked awa a million dollars, someth one else in NASCAR W Cup history can say
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~ ._. ~ ~ ...,. e oe ~," ~ And Sheteam"Js putting together e Car for the evept ln the hopes it will . ~en hettlr~i~tt the$tr+ong Ford t> CargT6uhderpirq which nearly -on €eprintrdSe~there . ;.:, s . ~. •. "I".~tw. ~4~e'bp`hisusualhabit _ ~ ' ` . usoh 6randNatlonal ' ~gy o r,~ `. °xar . ;~ ii 8d' ~ .even thoygh~ ~ ., cs''tvhleli0 In1995; and~ „ e; hemthjs.o iil Sbuth:e'r~°rn'¢06wbul~`'~~ ~ li Prbelaiin~ re ite ,.Ilu lmho°u$ ~ .._ ~ Wouldnot,Q ~(nwn. buttie'.wottid~able,ttlple:flatra 't ckwhicht§qy~y9`hayyu~ae, . t"Thesedays:lvit>i~tt th~g . rason is hard enougtikd ~U wln Uiree of four~~')~~;y.e r~ ~asonwouldmakoltthaf ~aA ftit~c'/t qtp, k s a :`~ Ymiilio 7 ;lla PARLINGTON 'Wh> oq thlt~ ~f~C(,. out all en .hz will go thrqughh~tbor Da a 51qnwil)be'~kend, you wondeA !t a m illlon qollure'~_ o han htough Erom the tur~e Dg1eZJazrett sets foo~ thth tde ~w Dar1lnRWn Racewe t '~~ ott,ltqd@ win the Mountaln Deu ~rg h6 n"csst I n} dtµ• gJh~ ~f I the elusiveWlnstafM Ili n ts con''p and!pndur'bd 1t, but•t ked, his every move wtll be follo~sed,~tesbnlAd'not'bg~ng~gminaiandreexamined _ ~rpors,tify~te.attenfldi Sy-himself, he will facglthe sam~sh,J~Bt*~ , laught of media and fan frmizy tha w,ltl~ ii the ~ t spendl re teams deal svith before'stich maJor ''$g ll ~fianicel`f- tts as the World Series und the NB tn.~ ~~ve,anoth tls. r I aA t~~' g'h4B ~ lOWeveC 1teflPrlCeOf(a7nQ'andgler oto attwDlgladlypay fhatsapartp[ityoutust}iavetodeal ~" i's, t&, hesaid;^PttisIsano 5 ,Ingt en5lttlrig~ro ours rt' pP°t7°ntt tq therace,thatielt~y Po ~rox even more Il s an . More"`Bt fS trtunlty tp getexppsurc for I ord bu2z over sn 'a, his m pnA~ 1ty,Care endFOrd CredltSo thet s t~d'pway, n,a~p a We have to'd0 WQ Just tyave to make t~moskm morebleracth foreverythtng Vhat we have to do ts be x ell ,t e."5 ~b [t L~~a-'dltTleulRtlm' Iwhenwe"ahowup. That'swhylm,r ~QO"ttovk:lisck,And~Ag _ N,oy:MmysclG~.,,, ~ speed EdiZohu.t8enrcy 8e c N m 4 ro m .t Y ea the aloney'would be nlce.'~ ~ Who Wqntdn't want a check for ' a miRlon~dollars' -- 'But Dale Jarrettinsists hi.c, un for the?' elusiveWinstonMilllonmiSt 1 epat •cDarllugton`22'cowf~ i'ib .aoutthe money.lt'sabbutcl u,nr comethtng% ,, jtoreeluslve .I,atlnautotac Ingh =~'~ , M% ONyone other dtlver; Hill Enitt'h oax won the bopuslll thq 11 y h ears itas beer otl'ered• And just Pour men In th a7 e year, k:historyofNASCARcompetitionha,e ' donewhatJarrettisseekingto ' accam ~,plish . ~ . . ?' Justtohavethisopportunlry9s*>` ' emendous"Jarrett said • B ~ ,.ut we Just u't want to kave theoppoti;i ,.runty; we ittotekeadvantageoftt Decause~fn!'~ . t thottgh I feel lfke got a nbi umor eats leRln meiwho knh .ox s weaYh IPortunity roaycome:alonl' .g agan;Iw Ynttograspltmllllel ~7 can. -~, ton MWi ut the chance tor the n~ . non,darrettlsetuoyinga•, ro dhis wlldeafyrream&°'Lia t~m formed•eYRobef[Yat"dlg; ,est thraeotttt~c t,airlggestp_- ,r~e Dayfoha 'riclSVard4u0~ , e has silenced t}~e crit tor underaChie ..,,., ~hown signaof, fiecom; I
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'd'H.ic"It }~~D~ t5e sla ' w wl has ~ y ~`~~ ¢fd'G8y18~Dt1~~ tt U ~ ...-...' in tie David homfymg crasti at Talladega_ . d af IO victo- b~~ ~~u~ ~aze~py a' 'racesn~in . ~t. But JaroU wat prised Whes tt bappens a "' - - szw s^ .- . [t Ls uronic 'that- a,a be wm t do it by racmg ~by~ ~ 1 have been m ,-`~ And Jarrett woo' . Jarrett.t . spmet_11'2mahc jahlatid optmt brg'~ bycks by turnmg it woul~seal~t4,gQtmad~' o,.~. pttoamatchr3ce.~,.~.e e.,_-~•~ t '`Whenever~two destrt toIi'd totxd' nvr satorrr sueem focus on 4oe anolher chances are you have to beat the 'll bthdtk d And o en up waCupg givenay. there's someone~dSe;uw the race5, and • that Dale F.arnhatdt is . ampionsbi}` fi +s;particutarly at a - therelstoday'.', . ' place as;chyJ] ;gingas ^S it'soi° , -o, n sttrprse Darhngtoo." .'J ,. You . come dowqto the end of ~bave to race the, - seo- " be's often the primary and instead of ~ rae7og"tbe- other . have totmtead with for tars." ] . ... ' Eernhardtisa- " Erhdt ^id th k sm 'anarsaeey to seven-race Chevroletlu Spartanbutg, SC HERALD-JOURNAL GnmdlN-SparbnWrs M.1 Ana 0 ,' GMU10ap . MAGG ., kllq B P9,916 L~OIC~~E HUG 31. 1996 52270 1609 Paduaab, RY SNn AUG 38. 1996 P4958 P//~//~/~/~~~/'~/ N2B1B PAaSSCLlPPINCS 6:Mit•i/V~PfLSSCLIPPINC.S Martin- -16adsBus~i~ qualifying ''jj Fro~'~..&a^r - jThe plan is unchanged at Darlington International - DARLINGTON - Mark Martin needed just one lap -; Baceway despite Earnhardt's history here. A vtctory Friday to show that he will be the man to beat at the Swould be his 10th at the track, tying the retred David Dura-Lube 200, again. . - " '~Pearson's series record. - ~ Martin's speed of 165.799 mph put him up front for i ~'he ironic part about Pearson's wmning record is tod.y's Busch Grand National sexies race at Darling- I that he vrona race driving for me when I was hurt in . ton Raceway. It also put him in ..•1979," Earubardt said, "Nowwe're trying to Fateh him. prime position for his fourth 'rm getting a kick out of that ' straight victory. How about if Pearson woold relieve me and drive .. Te;ryLabome, the Winston Cup ~ this veeYendP I'R start therar and he caa climb in at series points leader, was second at v ~-the StsK caution, then go out and wm the race By the 164.880. Chad Little was third, fol- ~ rules, I'd gef credit for winoing the race and tie his lowed by Ricky Craven and Jeff _ ! remrd I7t..tiave to ask him if he's mterested.". Green. N8 CIR?EMIIG IN THE PRESSBOt Ned Jarre.tt does not "We like to start up front but want to take the microphone and again describe the winning races Is where it's at." ,.~ final lap of a milestone victory by his son. Martin.said ... :• And that scenario could present itself Sundayy when Winning Busch races.at Darling-.. Martin ~ Dale Jarrett tries to colled a Sf~mt7no~n bonus for ton is where it's at for Martin. He ~ winnmg +he _-Southern 500. has won five of the past six series races at NASCAR s;~ The °>der'~Jarrett, a stock car racing analysf, was oldest superspeedwaY, including this event since 199A& i banded the microphone by CBS when hiss son battled pnly Spartanbmgs;.arcy Pearson, the son of Aall- ~ Dale Farofi=*dt over the final lap to win the Daytona of-Fame driver David Pearson, broke Martin's ; 500 in 1993;, " successful run at Darlington Buscb events. •I'm going to insist that they don't," Jarrett said, A victory today would leave Martin one Shy of Dale when asked if he thought ESPN wotildgrve him the Eatnhardt'-5 a11.-5_cne-F_erie_s mark of 5ve_conxee_u_tive -,~gooy. ..r .>,;.,t• .r..,. sy~tion hasworked.well at a cou- - Victories in a single race. Earntiardt blew out the com- pie of the events where it has been done: petition in the Goody's 300 at Daytona from 1990 to 1994. It was Mar[in's second pole of the season and 15th Busch pole of his career. .~ Martin started midway through the 48~ qualifymg any with Latwnte's time already posted. Martin got his doabt ~ Thunderbird out fast and fuxious. As soon as -he ; etnssed the finish tine, he shut the car down and did best not go around for his second lap. ANGRETTI NAS RECORD tAP: Michael Andretti, stiHand you I Busch series points leader David Green qualified sore from a crash earlier this week, ignored the dis- ~ace, ; 16th. comfort Friday to win the provisional pole for the you I EABNRnRRi'S REUEF GRiVEn.• StiN recovering fmm Vancouver Olsitish Columbia) Molson Indy with a Wres'Wres to hi std left eollarbone Daled laf 111616 That eclipsed the reeord of S a c acsernum an, recorp o.. in Earnbardt might not be a factor Sunday in the South- 111.013 set last year by Jacques Villeneuve, the I ern 500. He might noR even finish the race. defend'u:g PPG Indy Car World Series cham2ion, DAItIINGTBN STRIPE: atndPSn=" has brought many changes to the old country track where stack ®r rao- ing became a Labor Day Weekend staple in the South 46 Septembers ago with the inaugural running of the Southern 500. The guard rail put a stripe on most cars that tame into contact with it has been replaced with an mdorgiv- . ing concrete barrier.
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Ai5~ I 1~ °~ 14 ~~ ~~' ~ R~K ~~r 0 z ~, z g g •CL .~ ~~~~~~~~~~~ ~. ~ ~ ~~ ~= ;~t 0.81 . ~ ~ ~$~ aIR te I.t ~j aFFR/ rOYr ll]aYa1I®®/n~ eeseN W & -~~~ sesd-teanu ~'§ A . ~i nreta „nrn drww nwae uop 9t'+umos  JARR From page 18 ' "I awsaiein~'s/i";u31G+Mw•r+w+^r+m"".^ . . .r:wnarxwwr..wwNa uw a a~MaiW w.a. 4nAlMMe.{Ml~ln. ' ' .aT~rWteb.Mxetl,. ' tr.W.n,..~MwaMMUa' . te1IaIMJwIMK~ar /e11pMMWrq1WM fe/eilMMMerYaM,rWi . nwr1==1UW :.' - pnlnry1MM11eR/. ~...no~ilew~.r~r.~MwMini.~ . can queGfy would have donc m' that ur. But it's mine;feud Pe'e not gettin4 ie' Jarrett w01 drive on 5unday the same car he took to victory lane carlier this year at Charblte , .:endetMicfilBan..-...,,`,:...~ . ~ I Nie other wine this .eason ' include the Brkkyard 100at,.~ u0deiwp+ir.6uw ~ . , Indianapolis and the Daytone . SM' I ~. out of eae-at the end, sllowin7 Not ooy wlll ]acrett have the chences, pressure of the Wineton,'la Million Wwlon dlion cauM be Cordon ro Wte the checkered flag. to contend with Sund'ey";~ An nmtNo-alitetime :opponunlp~,' ',Weohenbokbackendkkkouo enterathencemaGghfryyRR(o,r ~arattWd.'Bnlwchrvete fookadcseDeuveeofthepdnbwebst the 1ucroBve Wmaton Z'upt rea wl'lA€ bit pklWe B we 9nd our Ihe' ' aon poinue championehip.selree in a eiNetlon like we.~d fnteedditiomtoUe $l wllbn, a Currently in third placq Ja[rett herelnlheeDrlnB~ensre.Werle winwouldeleoMtlarrelle676,000 could mrpass Gordon and hp or mshort on Qae:.~e un't6onus6rom'Unoulfn[wrinnin{the-: Isbunte wilh e&rong ehowi08 Yam6k aM et.y out thett end fio- rece trom Ihe pde. If he reine Ue" . SwdaY~ Irh 16th' ' -' , raa e~ lakaUie points lead, he I e4:. utth.dthengestcerduc would geeeenther L50,000 hom Whlkheprumleeshe7l'po Iar out' to win the $l mJliun, he ' In¢ lhe TnnSou[hHm {00, bX(he nn Winaton.,~: aeys he won't take unnegaaery r... --
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nu ® O ' ThecrewofotJeffGordonnr '8~~oro;Vn"d aon ~~ '(~wlnnln x t R.141 after he crossed the tinlsh Iln47 f arrett, n; , DARLINGTON 8 C. (AP) - A "But7mmri tlnl, k-~d' fewcenlswonhofollendedDalela- Oown;wfilklrylnQYok rUlsmdliadollarctmsemokinghlm seeunt(drivertoal .. Just a spLcutor Sunday as leRGordnn ~ Select'Millpp, o~Uon added his name to a shod hst o( Buu 'Bk suieslpollrof (a vi who have the humbled 7he Lody /n "'of f tllOJor' qASCA Binck. ,::, „ ...r,< . / •Iand aFey Wilh a commandi on tlp Insteitd Ombn,. usual; ac ,: ~1 ~6N of 36TJops yt ~ R,~a om , y kk ~ 1188kn 101ematlpa IrcRd'a Srlb a ~ 1'rtlt's F0M-suddenly alipped up rhe ncdbyan pd „ high bnnklp8>qnQvt I ~~s- I" Ir~g sevypq(oc bUween;lumsAnrhe.• •o P t~Qrtrr~~sh6agteii ~7j - 'Ihe took him at of contatkn in em in Ihetroditknal Lab,x Day cW~oq qhy . Salhem 500 and kfl the W~p~s eekendroce: . . die35dB~ 6f ' 'Sele<tMillliaunclaimqdfCtlhelhh a0"oM~IlemergWftomam'tgNdk)nul,lhetM,y, soaightyear 7 clntkte•roce~stohemllut Un,anon-wiruror bY ~QDL ~ SrrkklinY Pof}ltYOf Y ee~ard 524 aptkfk•bu rokmkaaly. Poqth '. glock" 'th successfuldef f lkekdri996301rom . ,yFpmsesanBnlrRht~ lmflic.otkm c75~ti4- , Tne 25•ywrold Hooskrts 9ktory FIey1laVMwl(tdn24polMSO ~truok • i proved gmerally aanppom8ng )o a arkk Molonports tenm ~iriadM '. crowd o 68 D. Muny cmne to this ~ Op Fedadeddghrb8ilg .. Er . 8 _ ims7on ~ ffmm .d'[ue"sbwedtix:qr~et 77 of, d8ur2 wutkn(ltUpegg mNl t . ~aeenuLL ehok~ oi'thE d .r~Ehkay`IbdalrrJ'I[~~,.i'~I . If; dm e. tlee he hed HG, ~ M ~xrrGOQ' it By 6tere Rallerd 0ennett Newar.Servlce DARIINOTON/.B.C'1'- D11t Jer-~ ' rett has a mWion ard one rmm~s to~ want to win SSmdeY's MamGin D ex. .- gouthernsdoatDat~IIr~1aNeosany.'',:... Far a menwhqmUl lhb"seeenn hnd'.: akYLV7 aly marginrl s~cress ao the':-Wimton L1ipdreWt, he'seyt'tbe one reason autwelglM Ihe mllga'. : 'JarrettNcabedythec ,:nromeolea . and ttriver k casb fn on )be Whuka:I . , ;NNIa, a Si rnllNa-boeus' ow16.'-n ,~ ~ASCIRT':blg'-1our;.,, s~ YncrDqktu (the-. , '/ GTarlolte (th loatt g0a'p ,eag e i. . )} lit AV9 ime ~ ndDU tqn~ilhe'°oldnt;a _ I Thb dA°t e atrtp _,_.-~ ihasheen Bill EIIkR;_abo Cardon becanw onl ihc'eaaW IM. S. 2 fortlw . drlver ro win three wncecuti~x 8mer - td~carttrarWal Uw `slDarlington,krawnm"Theludyln o,C,lreviolUlnlhelmteigh{fdq2(+ w, a enseo to , ~ his Southmn SOO lltk: ~ - bLy,mllNa. -,ry Labdntd IA Ihe serks rkndl old country lrock see a kW from down bnting proNems rokgefedLabonte lo u n. Ihe rdad in Comden ,- one of their 261h: :~., '~%Bm`/8mfdywlnl ~ "nig-alhe merb"f . _ . . hoeh'nvehJxkrdgo.GOi'1 tebNUfNdE, NY ~ur~ Mdbu 0tlsrdU D60,IOt AUG 81, u88g oy " %A~t~&tl otherdrlnytybotblellae4hroapithe° Ill,clr'hith-badkeAlturns was the IrEtqeda IeaL4Yr 4a Mek f!r ne tlrqyJt;gqme laAtyear tn the Dayloue! P:h4N°o.Th0lutdriverto NI.4,tqg6piS~Af". r M „ /+rrMhnpeed broke 0e nce aYeh7 Qtp4mp k9f1¢757ArUis~lygeSby, io Ad1rk81.,Tha ISsR' „qkk,bf, tld NAreh++ rRo.tbpl"- dee filthht,peeat ~ pNudFld o,preray, "B n9Pr.q'~ a8em- h~~a three strelthtlli; cpghe 1yquC-toa~~,~{rtou+rue t3At4e 'CprdorihecilpQrtYNevy, - 1etprytn~helet(senor.lw . Ceq/I ))adlue wet Nlyd-Gstetl lo a~, Fo~d lu[alnt a hp at 170472 Feal; ta6f0~e,Cbeviqtct of Qorlou L llen•I drtek atonpcrq teammate, Eeai hndefyNeapM1708U - . . ~ ~~yp~V1/nNCh~yyxeeheatat„ ~'16Hid`b~W~T''ordoflOW~ 91eg NtFltldOq:i; . FI. NodNg IA MEitENBEN . Mondq b tt,t07 . ~ 0 SEP 2. 1886 N4182 P2112 WY®®11LreCLI/I 0e L ~~®®rll&SrCLIlelN05 MtryvIIltANn, TN TMIM tnrrriN Md Aru irldat 011,I24 AUG 80, 1888 ~~ttt N50g8 rd9YWLY /1 e9SCLIIfINe!
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52270 lE<1 •Lq5tah1 s:Pit,:D ec5t~hl Jarrett's chance -at a million slips a: y as Gordon wins again 167'J Dale Jarrett was racing for a chance at a millxoa dol~rs out the victnry. <... If Laboate doesn't wiq the championship, he will certain remember :Onlyoce.thingstoodinhisway " - . ;. ~ - Buti[wasa't ty Wep,notstoodinhis ~Gordonhadto eAvtStrickGnlatein'theracem;.Daytona,RocJanghama"'i~dnawaddDarhngtnntatheGstofwhereladyluck wayl but'actualty underneath Lis way, win the tvent , s has xrot Seeu on his s dR~: Jarrett tried to become only the second driver. ~Cobtain the elusive :: With the win, Gordon became o the second driver to win three With Gozdm.s win. hg was able to yha'e labonte s lead to only 24 points ~Wngnn Million:Adriverwhowinsihraeofthefotu - earustheright consewtive race+ at Darhngtou ., g back-to-back viaories of the witheigbtraoesretnainmg.. ,.` .. ... . .. ~the,huBebonus:_ ~" -Soudiern5op.- .• . ~.~.u~ Jarrettretnainedinthvdplacetrailingby9lpqfntsashefinishedl4th.But A$er wimmgtfieDaytona500andCokaCola600,Jinettneededonlyto :.. Stricklmhadasurprismggoodnm pulledoutasecondplxe6nish.with short trackraces"toming up at Richmond, Martinsville and North win the Mountain Dew Southern 500 to earn'tbe etGra~: ~". aad led the most laps of the day '.'1 `'~ -- ' Wlkeshoro. Jatrett mayfie in trouble: .....:. :.. - Besides winning the m. Jarrett would havea~p added the Unocal It was Stricklin's best finish so far i- e 1996 season wtich was a good. ..9wrt tracks have never been Jarrett's strong point so he will have to bonus to his pocket for sitting on the pole and ~tte rxe sFawing smoe CucuitC hasn't dec whettt~ they w 1 sponsor a race ehaagehis fortune dhe wants to be a contender. Btuonthe46th1ap,Jarrett'scahrtapetrhofoIlaa ' edthewall.An ne~Ryeaz:'.~ .- -• ~ . . . . Sttinginfaurthp~neiust161potntsbackisDaleEarnhardtdrivingEoran unfortunatebreakthatle&hunoutofthecoamettbon rarSoStiickhpwasinneedofagoodrw dt~egotitattheperfecttvne-With vnprecedented4tghtlititle A1ong with Jatrett, ofher drnrers iududed-m the wese IdAsty Curui; Cty repre.~~fauv~s on hand, certauilY S~e them sonr '. ~s bad huk conunued as he smacked the wall but got thear Wallars, ~,mre lrvan and Dernck Cope 5. thmg to thmk abuut.: y7 y r; , ~~s =;f~a~~ oo[of trouble to batt~ badtaud fimsh 12th. Jai Mf~'.und w3'fhghand w~ whaz theymean wh thrysay too tough 'l~J®g ybnut somethtng to think the pomts race lust got a lrttle;' In the 5tst 11 rices, Earnhard[ lqoked unstoPPabL-'bu[ here of late it to tame r tishter a9a the 9outherm500. ; seems he can t buy a good 5msh. ~$awr• Whi/eJarrea f<wnd himself in trouble, JeflGo.don may have been better Terry Iabonte liad car problems the end of the race as his car . 'lhis week the circuit havels to Richmond for anotlmnrrghtrw off to be batk in the parJc ..._'" .-. ~. .- .~. started overheating as he was ru .. . andwentontopull ~7LebadluckmstLalionteat mmg the5ont leshmrn3ndudeaOaoe.Cordonandlabonte. Cordonwasrunningseventhatthetimeofthe~ a Y~-- -uPS~e as~ez~dedvpfuvshinB~l6tb .; Unh7nextweektheKSStalilisc~sed. .~ Pdnbville, KY Menid weaRmd.r SEP 4, tsss ~~~~t~~~t/~tt!/ N46391 .~iY~wi~IPR£SSCL(PPINCS
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'Necl's son' adds :y, Indy t1imph ,to dream; zv. x:~ ~ , , -.. BYltf/ w, BWW 'IIMnNnU'AlYll aTAVV WNITNa INqaNqr'oue - Dale Jarrett, fly- ; Ing through a dream eoason, moved a cloud closer to cloud nine in winning " the Brickyard 400 at Indianapolis ;, MotorSpeedway.V. . Jarrett; for years better known as Ned's son, ie' t makinemo AYIGItA01N0~ ; for 1,11108141 thia BRICNYARD , yeeq with tM1a , promise of new 400 : he:ehl. /,. hi! . down I the aqM1RMUlts - i:streteh. ` NASC•Wnotea, -. He now has ; pOEyOi ; won threeof .._ ~NASCAR'e-o y:9BEf L~pSt-tlg~tl L@Goe/ i season-t1m Daytona 500, Cola 600 and the Brickyard,+>. Daytona and arlotte se(tiim'up ;. for a.shot at the W' i lion at I DarbrlgtonSept, eT Ys.vitory was worth almost half ~ that,' : ($56a,035) and greatly enhanced Jds'~ stature. I - The victory, cou led with the mis•. '. fortunes of Daie FunhardtandJeH .; . Gordon.alsovaultedhimfromfourth. to third in NASCAR points ahead of . ! 9'•It-^"r.'t :, ; Gordon, two behind~BsrnAardb~and ~. ~ '~' ' P . : just 63 behind leader Terry Labonle '~~ UDak lamf( (righd uM hN cr.w dfi ,T ' ChamplonahlD meybe7 '.' hltle moretira '^1.P~L ~a ~j~N;+ ...• ..... , . 1 don'lknowwhyGodealdthisiaDale tnvn'tedtoNewYorkUarthechampl--teammatcEmie ' ' ' ' Jarrett s year, but I might as well go ~ on s benpuet). I m sure we I1 have a over.the Jsst• - ahead and win The Winston (Mil heck ot a party(n • . preper ~~q h lTh l'll t dt t ' on en goou en ry a Ye614tdas CIet9 devclopeV~~j~g .tOr-.,._di ^,_... ._...-.. . .J -,f JaYr~ttntops Speedw~y~s~k'a , „ M tM'°y:jd W blalisvo r~ , 1tlnitar~eleedi a (d to duel with rolet had no• " foFthevlctoryr eRYetaFdr~ a u ly e Ford dry', e~~; ~•r ~, Irvan h1ENC?,' , young Gordon before a tlre bleu on . cuses~I had th }eme.rece treekps ~ RACEFROM PAGp' EJ > his car with five leps to go He everyone eise t It s'e ie21 dtaap+ . could not get a clear shot.to the missedthisreceWstYearbec.ueehe 4 pointment ItK'a/)rly'recetowmetM, inside of Irvan. On this flat, four-tum was out all season with inJuries. Jar- •. my rece to lose, bnded 4plosid'g7t "' 'tiack, there is no passing on:the rett drove the No 28 car to thlnt' l,~bp nte;finiA third, the only '`outside for stock cars. -,place '' "Finally, on (ap154, Irvan's cart` INin:was dlsappointed~With ltiq, C eviolal ~t 0 e sconted out of its line in Tum I,'end resulqfaltJwugh he was gracious in -(subeGtu' ' Javetl exploited the chance, moving asengratulating Jarrett and eomph• 1' in 15th. i,~ , jnside and to the lead in the short menunylhe Yates or6aniaation, Ir - ''tbuld,Jle never gtve frvAn gnoWer tall Yog, tbh 1a t bt rflnr. )aWg I T~e` PCm h '`-pfiance. . breakfngthanthekttfrowehadtwoZ'~ R~k • -• The race' finished under yellow, years ago, In•an said. "We figured ~~'~ the raution cnminK out with the we coukl romc back here and have a very ttcoM 7 etrong o sh hps. leadmgu rue-, ~ 1 white Nag after Robert Pressley oodraa4, and we did We juat fell a !'wrecNed in 71nn 4,'fhaPa whao Jms ~IBiA ph Ahotl; ( ~ Tho athor tba lij , ,rknew he hdd won, and emotlod' ^;IrvAeplddlAarputhedGUOTuJq~'wAtA P~n ~r`t^ >I° -~ 1 end'theGha maYhave hit s=•Tluks V,tlaet outof ~ abtlle ' over. - I h `im e Gd idibl fli" hfil (R Wll'i ,ts1 ust anncreeeeng,e grave or oennyaaces engne ; te~pcrr, vroron aaid. "Tn will Ilore env liulr is amas- hnd bhrwn up q inp before), cpubinp blewq rlght•!m„t e~nd rnshed nn 1110, Inn h, wm bnphmn, I llql lnlln hl~,l lu dhb` IIINh, 'Mp g,L 11 A IkII1NY/~MIIN0/0f'/,'1 Ia'Ia au,Welhirkyanl,ll's)u.llnrl'uN- Ph(a/alhefun„Idthlwlntlmm~lh IONINII'IIIePqrN1A01npNYNml11111 hle• lhat fhe Yetea cera have Nniahed 1•2 back on the I~',aC. e wqt 4nqbie, t A hA A ln kAE F6m d NN{ }ry~ p~yy~ Y;`ililu~luA p~u( w11eFt i eA~~r~i l0 11V~~I~'~ts~1%~B'iRg~ N~/ 1 gcf lo ths poink This is eomething '(t 4/sa a great 6attlp" ItWli WId v 3(¢ -I'll alwaya remember and always It e great,olu• team cen comq ou[ ceught in P s"w eck - t on o -. h~ve sometNng I'll cherish the rest fuet and second IssC Gme ae dtd 38.-And Bem 3uputed ~yd4 o my life." that, I won the race. I guess I did it at y,eld to Skumer the fjret teeutwn: ~ In•an nearly won the inaugural the`wrongtime. . ' (Lap6),thecarUw~ ktsingtootnuch. Brickvard, raoinu for the lead with "We're not anina to make env ex- ground to make~t ^~ . . ~^:., .e: . . , .. .. - t f. . -......J s M HNaN Ri. HNr ).nrtt'i.xrary In tll. 111Ad6ad 11}D ~ , . n~h 'aCe~-• teammete'ebwocer.'H?'workedlm;l pgailiqttAeRoh-stdeJeriettAHTuro2onl.ip139jmd', •h o ' o ' a(amounted to to k eontr .. : . l into 1Lm 3 : Jai•iett did twt ~e 4 JdoyAuJ but,ha k'to second • ingJtiB '.- P1615d AE6.AtACE:'PA~B L10` /'. RlAhmond, VA TNIEI-OIiPATCR AleamanA-Palrnauq-Noassall Mllpaa tundaf tUN167,141 AUG 4. 1866 P5560 raa®®eaaFa 1I_1_fflNl:F
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Honesdale, PA Wayne Independent Friday 0 4,785 AUG 309 1996 ~ N61925 ~~/®®PReSSCL(PPINGS I ' ITherearea mi$ ' f forJarrett-to.. Iion reasons el pressure By PETE IACOBELLI the bonus hopes oellhe late Davey surcwasaboutdoublewhatitnormal• ' AP, Sports Writer Allison by win ng the rain- iy was.^ ,. ; DARLINGTON, S.C. (AP) - shortened race. ' There was little pressure on Elliott Darrell Waltrip's plan was simple. Allison finished fi th in the 298-lap when he turned the trick in 1985, the. Sure; he was going for the~i0 r~e yno l , e f ye~ the $] mdlion bonus was - Million bonus, but'he and.This t~i~Tt ~rryrMcRe etcw chief, iOt~f He had coq(e.rn wrt(i,nine: wanted to; enjoy {he weekend at Dar-. for Allison's No. Ford Thurider- victories and was dominant l lington Raceway and ireat the South- bird, ; recalled that n won at e~;ywhere. .. em 500 like any other race. Da tptta`and Talla a4d so most y ga ~ When he"crossed rhe 1me at Dar•"Wedid,untilSundaymorning," oftheattentioncame9tCharloue,the Waltrip said, remembering his try at lington, he instantly became "Mi1- third race in the sajquence., lion Dollar Bill," a honor that has racing history seven years ago. •+We Wed to stay focu'sed and we ''reaped sponsorships and a'strong fan "When I got to the track, the guys knew if we kept our _ s and did our following despite winning just once looked like they had seen ghosts. jobs, the million dol would come _ rl,e 1994 Southem.SW - in the They were uptight, and. I was with;t~te win; "~re " ~„ pas`' four seasons.;e We had a uptight." realfy good race car day It was, >I ij~y 6~n objective (in 1985) was Waltrip hit the wall early and fin- unfortunate Mother attue wouldn't to come here, run well and win the - ished 22nd, leaving Bill Elliott as the work out for U-.'s, ." race. Fortunately, we did," he said. only racer to win three of Winston Robert Yates, wl~o owned Alli• ,r<~ere's.pressure within yourself, Cup's four. major races. son's car8nd now ownsJarrett's, said but as long as you know what to do, Now Dale Jariett can become the he did not realize the,fervor the chase - you'll handle it." second to bring home an extra $1 mil- created unti)•he got tQ Darlington on ,._ Jarrett's biggest asset may be his lion with a victory Sunday in the race & y A momentum.HehadamonsterAugust Southern 500. "..1 never had high blood pressure, with victories,at.lPhe Brickyard in Jarrett won the Daytona 500 and but the morning of the race I felt like Indianapolis and at, Michigan. Last the Coca-Cola 600 at Charlotte. The my heaR was hurtink;' he said. "I weekontheshorttrackofBris l,Jar- other major is the Winston Select 500 went to the care cen~r and my pres- ;rett finished fourth.. . at Talladega. Waltrip says"it's crucial for7atrett I not to cave in to the pressure and hype. "That's difficult when the media is , buzzing around you, reminding you ' that you are racing for one million ' Waltrip rcaid. Le sorry end to his Win- JIUM chase, Waltrip came to 500 in 1992 and spoiled
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ooraey aside.Jar Is axcited abo~rt Darlington r e 52=7a =062 SOa,ROC d 6 Lgndmrk d Reoa ' r Br nlca sx HVSrEB • 'Ttie boaus' is great, 6e~' "d. yet [o win: And a victory Sunday - where two races are nuL'l annual ' "I think it would be great for get aw , with a few mistakes," ApBports Writer 'But this is a race every y wdulQpreve¢t Earnhardt from 'ly. the sport if he'd wi¢ it," said he said But, tbere's no room for' DA[tIa.yGTON, B.C: (AP) t waots to win.•• ; utttng his name in the record ": Because he is men " multi -- Earn6ardt believed to be dri-error a arliogton. Frldq ;la Jarr t , e 4savs no milliondl ~ B hi~ 30 ,-o-ecausee.won prevu sly',k oace more at the taost dst8-. pie fractures sustained a dev-; .ving at about 70 percent Physi- "It, built for 75- to 10- ' bonus is necessary to get him this year at Daytona and ar- culttrack on the circuit ' .- estating crash five wee ago at - ca118 ^ - mph ing-in 19511, and today crtedabout driving Sunday m, lotte; ooly Jarrett pas a ti. e~J But Jarrett isn't thinking of ~Talladega, and hecau ~~ he and : But he's thinking 300 percent we're nmg 165 or 170. One e traditioa-nc6 South¢ 500 W ll ra p 1e.017 RUG 30. 1896 co ecttheWtuamn5el -.;hisChevroletcolleag, shave. Earnhardt ' 'lapsei ncentratioaforevena You dduY need'auy,added Iiog.,The bonrtS'~es tp^^' - ' -" - enttve"b get Che - YYqutve got to-focus strietly-n been beaten in six of he last :<^But it's my job aad the jo6s-'., spht sd, and you eaa eastly.. N3G70 Psy.. QuD;for~.:vertowinttiteeoffourJd~," AR'~~youiown,equipmoat,team_,sevenraces,Earohsrdt°oesnot~bf39otherdriversto_;wiathat .wiudmewrecker•shoot - .s,•• Janett said au t6e eve oty; m.ajors ia t6e same year - ~yP d~~ drivin s le ' not'oa`what; , fiPUre among the [avori "•race, too,' he said. The -year-old Earnhardt ,~ g inefiis for a raee.that muldc cvHewiU try to Dut 6is F oo ~ snroap;else is doiag~ 'said the " So.t6e next install ent'of ". Hopi¢gto 'om Bill Elliottas asaid th kay to victorY istespeet '"--'©©rxcss cr.rrrrn•es ~n~er-,~w~= ~ the=POle ta quahfytnqto ay~ `39yeu-old dnver; who grew up ,'Prea,t ! ahowdowns hab)y ' recipient oE the bonus estab-- for sto~c ear raemg's origtnal { ~ I'o J H_and 6is~br•ethrea tn~-Then he must avoid bemg' tot faz from here fa Camden, - . awaits another Sund p ~hshed in 1985, Jartett has been -snperspcedway. ' ~~- +SCk$'s Wiastoa Cu drvt -u r ~~' 1 t D rlio - rvebeen successful at Dar- ! - P Diaafamiliarscenario -- --'Wh t ti t a a t t t a a g E t h d a es mg ex eastve y . ered arn ar t Earnhardt shares wRl) Jarrett n, t4e aanuai rite oP Labor,;;: , P ~. •_ :-Jarrett6as aiaed'A.'meaaure would like-to do is'win 6is lOUt' tlie experience of being a sec-:'ton. Because he winless in 17 lingtog because I show that - l Weekeod in the South ts tpe ,; of fame by'twice denying Dale„lace at the egg-shaped oval;Only - ond-geaeration star ia tbe sport.. ~ previous races here. Le knows respecW' he said They don't ee H6W[ pf stock eaz rsemg ;. Earnhardp tictory in the Day~ouar Hall of Famer David.Peanon . He resDeets Jarrett and is root- caution is his best ally. _ 1 call it too tough to tame for uoth- - oldestma)orevenG ;,:-:~ J-509_~~th2onlym8iorraLY e15- w0IIt68YOPtenatD8r11agt0a,hlgfOrhlm-mapumt ""Atmoatothertracks,youean :,illg. . ._v..- „ , . ,.... . . .• .,:,,..:-.,_.. - -e . - - . . . _ -.__...~.--.._..--. . .. ... s ,e__... . .. _ __:~ _a ..". , ....:_. . ..
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lenolr, NC Newe•Topic Hlokory Md Arle Friday I D 12,262 ~I AUG 30, 1998 N3630 M11®PRESS CLIPPINGS AU.TO:RACING :-rT ... .. -,..if _.,y~, ...e.p~. J arrett gun~n - By DICK BRINSTER He will try to p t his Ford on the and because he and his Chevrolet nP s~,t. w.we pole 1n',quahfyip -.,today. Then he '- colleagues have been beaten in six must,avoid bein ,oaught up in a of the last seven races, Earnhardt DARLINGTON, S.C. - Dale fami6ar, scenario. `, does not figure among the favor- Jarrett says no million-dollar bonus Jarrett' has ga ed a'measure of ites. is necessary to get him excited fanie by tvnctstide ying Dalo Earn= .' So,the next installmenti of great about driving Sunday in the tradi- hardt inCtory ui t e Day~tona 500 -' showdowns probably awaits anoth-.. tion-rich Southern 600, the only m~jor'ra " he is yet to win: er Spnday. .' "You don't need any added in- And a victory S day would pre- Earnhardt shares with Jarrett centive to get psyched up for this;" , vent Earnhardt om putting his the experience of being a second- Jarrett said on the eve of qualifying name in the reeo book once more generation star in the sport. He re- for a race that could define his ca- at the most diffi ult track on the spects Jarrett and is rooting for reer. - circuit. n hun - to a point. To Jarrett and his brethren in But Jarrett isn' ;thinking of that. "I think it wquld be great for the NASCAR's Winston Cup division, "You've got t.`focus'strictly'on sport if he'd win it"-said Earn- the annual rite of Labor Day Week- your own equipnent, team and hardt, believed to be driving at end in the South is'the Rose Bowl driving style, no '•on.wliat,aayone about 70-percent physically. - of stock car racing - its oldest ma- else is doing," aa d the 39-year-old But he s' thinking 100 percent. jor event. driver tvho grew pp not far from `Earnhardt. . "The bonus is great," he said. here in Camden "But this is a race everybody wants What a batt red Earnhardt "But it's my job and the jobs of ' to win." . would like to do is win his 10th race 39.other drivers to win that race, I Because, he won previously this at the egg-shapeQval. Only Hall of : too,": he said. ' year at Daytona and Charlotte, Famer David Pes only Jarrett has a chance to collect ten at Darlington the Winston Select Million. The bo- are run annually nus goe ny driver to win three Because he is of four NASCAR majors in the fractures sustain same year. ;• crash five; weeks n . son won that of- Hoping to'7'oin Bill Elliott as a where two races ' recipient of the bonus established in~1985, Jarrett has been testing ~nending multiple extensively at Darlington. Because 11 in a devastating he winless in ` 17 previous races jgo at Talladega,.. here. We pavo
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Baylcna Beach, FL Noyn'JourBal Frldey O.pen. aua6 'f1tltArla 0 104,e0e AUG 30, 1996 1IQ11® N1706 raassu.rrrrNCs Jarrett:- I'm not feelffig :pressure . '"'DARLINGTGN; S.C. (AP) -. The only racing, Qale. 'Jarrett did Thursdaywae,to keep appointments:=', ~. ;,. aarxett, the most talked about driver on the Winston Cup circuit thieseason, was.also the most in' demand the day before he begins an'attempt for the Wlqston- SelectMillionwith_quality,ingfortheSouthern600i ~ He moved froma'sult-and-tie'breakfaetreception~ --,-wlth' South Carolina Gov. David ~Beasleyto an early afternoon short- s-and.sneakers golf tournament:' Everyonewanted to esktiow Jar-t rett would~hendle thespotlight this.. weekepd,at Darlington Raceway. ,He,'peinted;to'.two other drivers.. who dealt with milliondoilar pres-- '' sure r198,5 bonus winner Bill E11i-ott.-and 1989 bonus loser Darrell . Waltrlp. . . . ':"They said it was difficult to ham ".dle everything that was going on ~~.r„ ~ ., . - around them " , . ' Jarrett said , . . Jerfatt .' ~ButJarrett looked crisp, conD-' ~ ' dent - "We're going to win this, I ' assure you; 7he sald =and fresh as he laughed with ; `sponsors and Darlington 'andNASCAR ofIlclals. He said his team knew the obstacles and the rewards !f .,-they.should winn their third Winston Cup maiorthis year. •'.'It is definitely a difficult situation," he said. "This '~fs~reeBy nothing more than a bonus to us if we win. If we don't,:the worst we're going to be able to do Is come ~ouof h`er"e"with-$IO0,ti00: I really haven't felt any.pres-. ,. sure any more than what a normal Winston Cup race wouldprovide."~. ...- SutElllott and Waltrip counaeled Jarrett about his ,~lalssez-fatre attittide.'For both drivers, the pressure `shoWeddtselfatdiBBrenttimes.iElllott'got.hisloth:of71'victorles in 1985 inthe};:SOitthern 500 and held a 206point lead over Waltrip in ~ tHe'ilriver standings..Buf.EBiott finlshed.'no better , tY;an 12th ln his next four races and,lost the champion- ship. , Blll.was obviously a pretty young man (29) at.that ~ tlme:with all that;attention;'Jarrett said.."He said it (w~ast'~so difficult for.hUq, before and after, to handle ev- ey . Waltr3p said he had est1oyed: the attention and let it I en~t~fhim and h1s crew. ."Fte,'sald he kind of forgot why he was here and tr9- 'I . ing to win the race " Jarrett said. "H1s race that day : actoallysuffered°.` ., 'Jarrett says he will race the same car he won wlth at).Charlotte (the Coca-Cola-e0D) and Michigan (Good- ~'vYr@ttc4'400). He started the season with a victory at $ytqna to enter the Labor Day weekend with a shot yq1Z1' Elliott as the only winners in the bonus' 11-year ~y.. ~~siDea"p Re solid tes last week - Jarrett unofficially ~airoke(or aherace withalapof169.8G5mph-the,`:drlver,knows the perils of Darlington. Getting behindd halittle Is4iketalHngbehlnd a lot, he says. 1,'If there are any cars: in"front of yoq It's like there are'1WCarsintbontofyou;'hesaid. " '. 0 ^4arrett also led the third-quarter balloting for,1998 , ' Drwer.oftheYear.,~.; !: During the quarter, Jarrett won two raees, including the prestiglousBrickyard 400 at Indianapolis, and , thraat himself solldly.back intotheNASCAR Winston 'Cup'pointsrace.; ..,,.... . . The son of two-time Winston Cup champlon and Hall : of Famer Ned Jarrett drew eight of 12 first-place votes and a total of 94 points from aa national panel of mo- torsports writers and broadcasters, who will choose thefriveroftheYearinNovember. .
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52270 1656 ie " ; DICK BR{NSTER didn't have many instrumenO~ assoc;ated Press "But it didn't matter, because?. friend of mme named di DARLINGTON ` As he prepare~to wouldn't have ]mown ho toA watcb kls son chm e 1}tgh~*banks of Dar ay. He hngt9n m'gursutt o,u~~ 11ioi dollat paYOII, - er, w ~ ed ;7arsett coul helg recall: a day, .,More Auto . The planep too~ ng:ago when he ed fo~ a few bucks - Rachg/SC r~ on a 15t} ` i1a n Nnzum assuridg a ve~`e ~. a dash f cash that included' a the weather would get bet ,te"rr.1 crash -but not on; racetrack , south they flew. If didn t ~ Badly in need: oints recognition and Nuzum's principal ,navigatij money, the elder; t4 became dne of the' was the Dan River,;which;bec . ~`_firstNASCAR dri to~ietwe.en races..t`iculttoseeasthecelhngfell: ~ ,,~n~a~storn~y Se~ r "a~tinooq'?n 1 ` £ ~-. ' I had sort ot dozed o,lff '` ~ Ond,~a.;a' ~~n o e~ ~ere ~and aftera while he' wpke m e oney m a man race; and'set oupt s~e weather, cvas ; geWng w weren't going to maiCe Gree ~~~ nsborQ Nz ,,;~ ~ '.= we needed a place to'set`it o ~ ~ ~m le featurethat night, . said. ton~ $.C. Tom - ~d I needed the pp ts, so I decided to fly ' ~, the elder 3arrett re bered, "I never had ,' Nuzum found a conveni n . any:e7cperience wi planes'and-.tlns onel aomewherenearAltavrsta Va ` "Ile made his approach and hitthe~corn, e pilot, a and the stalks went flying everywhere;" Jar-- Nuzum, rett sald "He just sort of let it dritil letting e them the stalks stop us.' car deal It worked well, until the plane. had Then it hit nearly stopped a ditch The nose ~~e . . ~ went down into the mutl and the tail straight- ' up, They scrambled to'safety with jusf'a few ^ e r ; further 'scratches. in search of a cab. He found'one and rode it al guide the rest of the way to Greensboro. more dif- . . ..rs.e a~ -i:e ~e.a ..a... . Jarrett trudged through the muddy field J~ sit turned out to be a pretty g~od nigtt, be-' backseat ~ause I won u1y class mRhe se~nd ~, ana sata } rarrett nbw part the ESP~7 'team • that that we~ ~ televise;Dale Jarietts run"at th'e Win= antltt~ ston Selectllion bonus Sunday m`t`7`ie- ° Janeft. Southerp' 500, Iaughed wheni asked 4 liow ° much he made that day. - ' rnffeld "A little less than Dale'; °gning for Svnda-he:said Imade.abo'~5400" i News Naplaa Md kee Thursdar 047,789 AUG 29, 1996 N1860 MI-®PRESSCLIPPINQS
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A:heville. NC CITIIEN-TIMES Arherllle Met Aria Saturday D 62,871 AUG 31, 1996 P3550 /~~/j~/ r.GaLT/~il® P R R S S C L I P P! N G S n ~doll t.,,, _~ " ~awamin ;v,rp, '.; ;7}1~ASSOCIATEDPRESS- r,... DARLINGTON, ' S.C:;` - ' Dale 3 Jarrett proved the value of "nsive. ~ tesdng by',pBWng }umself on theea pole F4~iday `for his 'tnDlion-dohat' S treasure hunt In the Southern 60D r rt:z Da 11eg~t~tt~t)r " In ]mgtoo. fntern~i~ , , J ~t broke ~4 4t~fY~B F~ ~ ; , . NASCAR's old~t face witli`a ran, ._ :; 170.934 mph. All the praetice he had over the last month at the 1.866Gmile ;' track paid off,jn jiet~the eec~ond pole ' of hie Wh>~stop« ~~ Jarrett's~ Ford Thunderbird! , was timed in 28.769 Hecorids edging ., the Cheviolet Monte Carlq"of,de•° ~; fending seriess antl race champion ~. 7eG' Gordon byA17 seconds Gor- 1 to vdin for the thlyd ' ;a ti'* tiasdbtKi'BD'PUess don, tfyip6, stratght time at'Darlington, where ° DARIJr'IG ',S.C,. - le larrett,ea~ pble }6r,Sund,ayt Southem 500 ' two races are run annually, went ~ 170 9, Imph la In ~Io~:88, ko~ert Yate,a Ford Thunderbird. 170.833. a Tp addition to the winner's olde to any drider adnbng three of ,; Winstqt Select 60l). share otra $1.3 million purse, Jarrett four'NASCAR m~or~in, the;same ,='- Jarrett's`speed broke the race wlll b@ tryng to eollect`a bonus of- year. He yvon tlie'Daytona b00 and qualifying mark'of 167.379, set last fered by serlea aponsor R.J. Reyn- the ~oca-~oi~ 600, bu~ failed in the a year by John Andretti. ;. a., . '_! ~.:... . '... .r , . ........ .
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rF',.~,~'.~~'61f[1EX HEASS~Q'AIEDPFI DA (}70N S C' ~} A!rS7ti1 ~ IIOnd~ddeanllOlltld'9~~t] : preeelveq6l{tlones,qW" lnl ~p of nlne 114ure fr ..iracfel uge'belevlsion dezle,t , 'teen"6 ' ~ ptWt/mWlonatrea,=;, - Wineton MWtqqbonue that De]e Jerrett ooWEaln,Sondsv 1„'tTp! Sonth@rn"Y~6W eounds kind o(- ! sklmPl~,,.rl!3 ~ r A few`week( neo Dale'ives ,"racing'at theBrlc$YardSor: eL d ' I most gH00.000;' sald Jarrett's ' ownep, Robert Yates: "'1'hat'i more than belfwav to the m1lllRnrF ..r'Ighttbere". .~..~~I F,,;.sp ~Jarfqtt'ontne dnto this seneo77k wltb'career earuinge,of 95 mil.ty lion ~HeI added enothet, $2 mlRion'thf4Yeer:wlth four Wln~ 'elon (.Upwietor7d; Ineluding,vlo-~ .. .toriei(ab:De'ytone,endQherlg ~'to.ef)lilni CPtoc.a,try,nt~ bmme;4off6red . to ..drlvere'~ , win thteg;'ef NASCAR'e';U, mpjor !B. Cl lk 1 aexka tl m~ a when the prise wae, l ;N I The(' r'gOpC lhl»g,°~n Regan,tl ybrle sdmhristia ppro(e~f . the Unleersity!; ,gouth N Regan;lFioy nmd~ efoilomk Im~aet.'# l tgcee "`- ~~lerlington i12D' a gaflost 1n the "o(tgheyuSRe.jONe@1 Ue6 otfnoru9 t},rowp el y'o , .' aten 1lkegolferTlger Woods and ~baekettlsFLYer IWba Bryajn. ,ll,,,="peopleCe5m19tetoamWldn I dllIN( /tWmlb oaM p,egc nume ~~tothem,y.ltegenpN d "1'hsl' en H otllereebn,~NASCAR~~1~aA N , eroµd! ulaHts beceUae ~theyhaVe¢' IosltoucpwlNtl I ~ s„ysmtolt r '7`he n@ion aes n~ce`said P ,oypf~{g' ~,I ~ llatt.lnitlt'~thoactOtnDllshn thathesetnyedwltKhlmthe;i tr Ir ,r ~ ", decade~,q.1tel'i~felped h1m r +dt1U tt;j1n me4i'bmlkAble deaplte a tb,~~y,ervp•fa2p;_ Ye6r'i1dn., . lD,'!~ '"'a .,nio'relhan Elli'ot "EvOryth~ng ~cbenges' hom l]BBeflile. t' year'tfl;Yan and'; we .lmow we L, 7asf yearf: o were`forttir,,ateto (win) It;he p,race§tb[fereq~ sald..,' . lmWlon Yates agrees tt s the feat ih2t '. Even, IP 61 i n'. has evetyene..talking,not the `soiihd'ns.ImptedSf money. r AnSi1~l~oitBollar%maybeijoes~',~ 11'tg098Ja1''butlPareaBymore f ,a......y.y."r~+7 eboul belnd Lble'to wear thet teaMabp 5o and woqk~tr30pw_ tag," he ieW •EVery time they .. ilntralurc(Slllol!)ahyMrore.'Jt'a , ann,.6ut-theF veu "MWIonDollar'8111.'" . , . oftho§etotG,w~YpL, innd Ihpldl, MI plltl Onnl 14pdn gIt1H/ AUG 81, 1898 pNl,m Kenonhl, WI iann M„Am /AYrnolol pl7,S/H AUG 28, 1888 N818e //~~//~~/ N5719 Y~~~YYeraeancLnrrNaa WYaY/fLrRe.lacerrrrxoa
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Purore, IL Beaoon•News Chlcqe Mtl Aru Frltley p 87,704 AUG 80, 1996 M2204 1 M0®® PR65tCLlPP/NGS I ;~ Jarrett's bid for history`~tem~ere'd by Earnhardt's inj ury THE ASSOCIATED PRESS . <- Darnngtoe, 6.C. - Dale Jarrett stands on :-. the threshold of a career-defining achieve- ment ment that would mark him as much more than Dale Earnhardt's chief nemesis. - Buttheracethatcouldhavebeen-Jar- :rett seeking a $1 million bonus as Earn- '-hardt chased history - probably will not - be run according to script. By winning the : Southern 500, Jarrett will not be heaping another indignity on Earnhardt. - . . Twice, Jarrett has denied Earnhardt victory in the Daytona 500 - the only . major race the sevendime Wnston Cup ~ champion has failed to win. This time, ~ however, it might not be much of a fight. ' Earnhardt is sfill recovering from a terri- ~ 'ble accident five weeks ago, and consid- "--ers himself only 70 percent healthy. --Still, by winning NASCAR's oldest race, Jarrett would deny him another spot in the record book, and do so at Eamhardt's :;p'ersonal playground - Darlington Inter- naGonal Raceway. . In its 46 years, the most difficult track on the NASCAR cvcun foc77ie lady in Black ~ would be victories fn the same.year.in the has been truly mas " « P ~j~ "I've been success- four most coveted 1VnstonCup races at tered only by.the . ~ve,Yee~.._ fulatDarlingtonbe- themostfamoustracksinAmerica-Day- greats of the sport ' , cause I show that re- tona, Charlotte, Darlington and Indianapo- one of them is Earn- suCCessful at ~ spect," he said. "They . lis, where Jatrett won the Brickyard 400. hardt, seeking to tie ' `_ i don't call it too tough Jarrett has tested extensively at Dar- David Pearson's sgries . '~(,~ l2 ,~'On r to tame for nothing. lington, Earnhardt not at all as he contin- record of lOviMorlesat t~' You have to be on ues the slow healing process from frac- the treacherous eggbe~ae' show thewheeleverylap.If turessustainedtohisstemumandleftcol- shaped oval where two not, it will come back larbone in a horrifying crash at Talladega. races are run annually ; t at'"I% 'heCt" PP: to cost you." - ' So, the latest installment of the big But he won't do it by By winning Sunday, showdown may have to wait. But Jarrett racing AndJarrgttwontcount, ~~m~~' theeWiwgston Select w~It seironPcthatDaleEarnhardt ~andnI tiNtt~l ly6 ti ' ~ . Millionbonusfromthe havebeeninvolvedinsomedram8ticsitu- the big bucks by turn- ing it into a match race. ' In71: TImN.k series sponsor ponsor for vic- ations, but I wouldn't call it coincidental," "Whenever two dri- . tories in lhree of four Jarrett said on the eve of qualifying. "In ' vers start to focus on one a' ther, ~ajorracesinthesameyear.It sbeen order to succeed in this sport, you have to chances are good'they'll both nd up '. one only once-by Bin Elliott, in 1985I beat the best on any given day. And watching someone else win the ra 's and Jarrett won the Daytona 500 and the there's no doubt that Dale Earnhardt is championships, particularly at a p ace as mston Select 500 at Talladega, then lost the best there is today. . challenging as Darlington,",Jarre said. e CocatCola 600 at Charlotte before the "So, it's no surprise when you come "You have to race the track-every -ond ayoff at Darlington. Jarrett has won at down to the end of any race, he's often the instead of racing thenther cars." ,; ' aytona and Charlotte. primary guy you have to contend with for ` ispect ';Evenmoreimpressivethanthebonus thewin." 52270 1675 Eamhardtsaidthekeytuvictoiyisr n
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i/ AUTO iRACING 52270 1672 Jarrett proves vvorth of testing. by grabbing . poW Dale Jarrett broke the qualifying record for NASCAR's oldest race with a run of 170.934 mph, " edging defending race champi- on Jeff Gor- don-.by .017 ~of a"second.. nssocwrn Pness .017 of a second. Gordon, trying to win' DARLINGTON S.C. •- DaleJarrett ' Today.,on TV for the third stiaighttime at Darlinglon, credits extensive testing and some. ` - where two races are run annually, went sound advice for the pole he won yester- t. 0 2 0.m.eNASCAR'Craftsman Truck Feder-170.833. i, ,. . .. day in pursuit of a $1 million bonus he~ atedAuto Parts.254 QNN1 .- The onl .~other pole in arrett's 10 would collect with aiZ`fory Sunday in F Dura ube 200gFSPNGtapedNational .. seasons on stock car racing's premier the Southern 500, circuit came'7ast year in the Daytona "Certainly, that paid off a lot," Jar-:` ° . 500 - a race;he won. The last driver to rett said of the testing that made his run `: soon as you can. I approached it differ- win from the pole in the Southern 500 seem effortless'- a rarity at trouble-;, eritly, let the car roll to the corner. That : was Dale Earnhardt, in 1990 some Darlington International Raceway.` way, I carried ~a lot of speed?through' A~retti Wins provisional pole Jarrett, 39, credited crew chief Todd' ~e" VANCOLTVER, British Columbia - Parrott with giving him a helpful tip. M Jarrett broke the qualifyingg record "Todd told me before I got in the car' for NASCAR's- oldest race with a run of Michael Andietti, stiff and sore from a 170.934.m hAll the. practice~he,had crash earlier this week, ignored the dis- that a lot.of people,that,were drtving_it'; over the'last>month at the'1.366-mile corr'f°r[ yeste;day to win'the provision- hard into Turn 1 seemed to be washing al pole for the Vancouver Molson Indy. c k' ck tesulted;in the second pole of his iCup the racetrack. ThaYs;something I ~ saw in testing ='tliat the harder you Winston Cup career. "I'm feeling good, better by the tried to get in there,.the longer it%took'- JarretYs Ford Thunderbird was hour," Andretti said after posting a you to get back into 1he.thr'ottle. -' timed in' 28.769 seconds; edging the record lap of 111.616 mph on the 1.703- "When you ve got the engine I havei : Chevrolet Monte Carlo of defending se- mile: 10-turn temporary circuit winding the key is to be in the throttle just as nes and race champion Jeff Gordon by through downtown Pacific Place. . . Y . - . . . . . That eclipsed the record of 111.013 set last year by Jacques Villeneuve, th< defending PPG Indy Car World Series;, : champion who is now racing in Formula` One. Andretti, who smashed into a tirem" wall Tuesday during a test session at~:' Laguna Seca Raceway in Monterey;. ~; Calif., where the season-finale will be' run on Sept. 8, was undergoing therapy-.. , ; in the series medical facility for a slightTS,' ly compressed vertebra and some mus-; cle strain around his left shoulder. "It actually feels better in the ca>?~- than out, maybe because Ym more sup-'!r' ported in the car," he said. "But I m"• ; OK" F. Bryan Herta, continuing the hot-, streak that began five races ago-at:~~: Cleveland, was second to Andretti, at-r 111,610. The time difference.: between3' the two fast laps was 0.002 of a second:=j' `i Lexington, KY Herald•Leader lexlnrton M.t Ar.n Saturday 0121,827 AUG 31, 1996 N24666 i:M©PAESS CLIPP7NGS
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Wifoonlln Rapldii, WI Ttlbune Prlaef 0 1<,1/1 AUG 30, 1896 N5768 a~///~ iil~ia®®PREE9 CLIPPI NGS Awln.in Sundays NASCAR-Winston Cup; Moumaln espert ot the Winston Selectand eam the ddver an DewSouthe,rn500woul¢bBDp1e,J@rf,@tps'1tiltdNctory:,ed_dUional.$7;milllonbonus:;:x~'--'" ._ ._,. AM11111on reasons to win Jarl'ett,after hug0 >+ seven races, Earnhardt does not bofluslol'Wh1nl119'' AUTO RACINQ `, figureemongthefavorites. So the next' installment of thirdNAS¢ARmaJor t,e'pole in qualifying today. great showdowns probably .`~DARLINGTQN, S.C,(A)S)-Thenhemustavoidbeingcaught awmtsanotherSunday. ~DaleJarrettsayenomillion•dol•,upinafamiliaracenario. :EarnhardtshareswithJarrettlar bonus is necessary to get him `, Jarrett has gained a measure the experience of being a seo- .excited about-0riving Sunday in-of;fame by twice depying Dale ond-generation star in the sport. the tradition-rich Southern500. :''.. Earnhardt victory in the Day- 'He respects Jarrett and is root- YYou don't need any added in- - tona 500 - the only: major race ing for him - to a point, centive to.:get, psyched';up, for . he;is yet to win.~ And a victory "I think it would be great for ~~this," Jarrettaaid on the.eve of $undaywouldpreventEarnhardt the sportt if he'd win it" said qualifyi'ngfor a race that could", frompuRtinghisnameinYherec• Earnhardt, believed to be driv- ' define his career. ''°, ord book once more at the most mg at about 70 percent physi- -' ' To Jarrett and his brethren in: . difficult track on the Circuit.. ' cally, , . . i NASCAR's WinstonCupdivlsion; But Jarrett isn'S,thinking of . But he's thinking 100 percent ~ theannualrtte bf Latior, Day, tthat. Earnhardt. ~ WeekendintheSouthisthe.Roae .'P'You've got to focus strictly -"But it's-my job and the jobs ' Bowl off stock car racing - ita on~your own equipment, team of 39 other drlvers to win that ~oldestmajorevent.'- -and'driving style;-not,onwhatrece,tooj'heseid. "The bonus is great; " he, said:.- anyone else is doing," said the ,"Buts thisis a race everybody' 49•yearold driverwho grew up - , Hoping to join Bill Elliott as a wants to win: ` not far from here in Camden. . recipient o( the bonus estab- Because he won previously What a battered Earnhardt lished in 1985, Jarrett has been this year at Daytona and Char- would like to do is win his 10th testing extensively at Darling- ' lotte,onlyJarretthasachan,cetq'raceattheegg-shapedaval. ton. Because he winless in 17 ' collect-:the Winston SeleeT~Mi1- °, Because he is mending multi• previous races here, he knows ; lion: The bonus goes ~ to any pie fractures sustained iq a.dev- ` caution is his best ally: ., ,. .- '- driver' to' win three of..:fodk-astating crash five weeks ago at. ; ~~pt most other tracks, you NASCAR mejors in~ the same-Talladega,and because he and "~n get away with a few mis- year. year. 1,. . ; his. Chevrolet colleagues have takes;' he said. "But, tliere's no He will try to put his Ford on beeM beaten in six, of the last room for error at Darlington." , ; ~
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Athlend, MY independent KaMlnklnn Md Ant Ieun6ar o26,t» AU6 29, I886 ALL TIMES EASTERN ` On TV  Southern 500 a I p.m: Sunday Is ESPN 0 Dadinpton, S.C.  Truck Fed. Auto Parts 250 ~ 2 p.m. Saturday 0 TNN 411 Nash.'nle, Tenn. : RkY Mast h sllll baklny lar hN Ilnl ~: Wlnitpn Cup vklory, yel law drivers ara nspeelM any mas tlun Ne IIMWe Wrplnlan. Mnl wlll long M nmemnared ae IM . polnhterforlbs/inlarkkyardaeest . Indimapolb Mo1or Sposdway In auglw 1994. B,a he hes enotMrrnenn be 6e ' nmalnbnK lor s paLwlnnGg pdaw "` mmee. Meet anrled Ilral at Richard ~' pNty'% nlal noa,the 1692 Hwtara 6ee ~. el AIMnM Motor SpnOway. . Llka maal drlnra, Mnt Myan ddNn9 al an eedy ape. As the afcry gosa. M ussa to mosk oul in a/e6S CarIIM at . age 12 and nca down aln rnadapra tendlnp he was a atock ur Ednr. His /lm reea err was HHf Chwg whkh he dron at ape 16 a1 Neturtl aNapeendEeneWespasEwrya,a Wlr Crew of the Week  Seems'.like this award usually goes to the wlnning team. But not this week. Give the nod to Donnie Wingo and his Smokin' Joe's team; owned by Travis Carter. The team kept driver Jimmy Spencer ; near the front all nipht .' long at And I4s not the firat note" ! worthy effort this season for that .crew. Spencer has Improved from 23rd to 12th In the points standings since Sears FToint In May. I '7sL~ Y ® 1{aM- . iRenoms~ ASK nm QUFSn~~CN7S DeurYour7bm, Do you not like Dale FrrnhurdtT It is preny obvious you do nm like the man. You put mnrc Ieltcrs on your prge thal . are Mgalive Ihan positive about Earnhardt. Have you ever been to a NAS- CAR raaT Take a look at the No. 3 Enmhardl flags In the Infield if you happen to go to a race.I lhougIn you aaan edltor - are nouo klrow yuur likes or dls- f likes. EarnAardt-Ihe man peo- : le Inve to hum, simply le<ause ' Re doesn't care if you like him or mH. He's no crybaby. How about belancin$ your let- ;lerc from the fen.T Ixt a see some of those good letters about Earnhardl instead of all the bad letters. Dwayna oreen ` Cerro Qordo, N.C. : DcarYourTUrn, I have long been a Bobby Allison fan. He was a pure racer.' He druve modieeds, late models, long lmcka, shon trscks and xlunned NASCAR with whel by today's annderds would have . . been a win by an independent. He was nmoolh We are today cnfiuying much the umc Ihing in Jeff . Gordun. He has run midgets. din, pavemenl.long and slwn trackx, He, tou, ie amomh. In a 200 mph wurld, he hal matund . rapidly. No, I'm not a Jeff Gordon fan. I mlher like Mark Manin; he has the car, and Dick Trickle, he has the hean. And I can remember both running the Golden Gate Speedway and Snowball Derby " in the good old days. . Mark Allen ( Tallehessee,Fle., olulr9lnlavaeka. Rick Mast will change teams neJft season. He won hp Ipel track aMmpWmMp at ya tZ 'Abbul a wsek alter my tem binh. MestwonnlneracssInNABCARY AOE:39 dry"' =' Buseh sxlea. '  SFOUSE: SMron ' WNAT I DD TO RELAX: - 11s maN.hls Wlnaron Cup denm In  CHRAREN: Rkky.13. 'NOINnp. Whera I liva Is malt/ . ~- 1666 arA tlniaMd elalb In tM 1666 '  CAR: No. tUQMen Ponliec Grand seeklded. be I lusl go home b tM' paylons 5ee In m un.ponsorW ev.ly pdk, owned by Richard Jackson cnek.' . . sllll bNlevea he eould have won Ov/  HOMETOWN: Bnrn In Leklnpton, 0 1VHERE 100 ON ewwn/mep,aNbnwaem man4 aM: N1 B4a lal. wMY Yow T,rn 4a TM onron awne, ea sc. 10.1N W NeN\ KC aapA. your Twn nwrt.y N rueMe W:wmy amw. rkaVenlqwmqom. . ncaMdhlsnamyam6Ndanfwl Va.; ncwllve6NRochbrldpe6atha, VACA7qN:'kkane.' . . >mx:ape.. .. Va. WHAnYrouLDDoIFI. . .. yytNfTONCUP .. HlsbelnnishlsaescanEet . RECORD:VAIwlanCup: 206star13;COULDNTDRIVEA STOCK 'Rocklnpham In tppa. . 0 wNe, tlvee poles, six bp5s. 26 CAR; 9 yueu Itl /ust die. It's aA 1. Teny Lebonts, 3,292. , MsatawllchedlromaFordtoa bp- lOanlorslhane3.5mAlbnIn IMelerdona.' :' Pomirc 1a thls seewn. carder eandn05.  k171AT I'O LIKE TO 2. Jetl GortkM, 3,178 . Ila wlll eMleh haek Mal eNaan wMn  LAST RACE: Started 30 and M. CHANGE ABOUT , 3. Dale Jarretk 3,165. `heehanpestesme.Meaulnedyhw Ished35atBdstolIntheGoodyb MYSEF:'NotMng' 4.DeleEamhardt,3,094..". aommltbd to ewltM b BNCh Mnikk 500.  MY PERSONAL MOTTO 5. Mark Martln, 2,872. n.minpmn usm m replace Mar9an  FAVORITE ORIVER:'Dele IS: 'Think back to when eveMhln 6. Ricky Rudd, 2,781. 6Mphud. EamherM.' started. Think ahead 1u when e.ery. 7 Ruely Wallace, 2,688. . 1ds beat finish In IM Wkubn Cup  WHAT I DRIVE DFFTHE thing wlll end. My Ate. compared b 8. Kenny Schratler, 2,671. ~~ , -. pnlm ran ceme In 16p4, wMn M Iln- TRACK:'A 1996 Ponllac ha6 Y lusl Mte tM snep o1 a flnpse 9. SteR1nA MEdin, 2,639. A Nhad 161h. Het Mbhed 21at In Br BonneVMle7 That bekp Bn case, try 1o be , sMndlnpatMSetgma FIRSTSPEEDINOTICKEF. Mppy,• 10.EmIelrven,2,838. m
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lancader, PA 8unday Nevn ttnosttly MuAm 6undey SUN 101,198 SEP 1, 1996 ~~®® N29750 I PRESS CLIPPINGS .' .. . . _.... •FT.1(:'r %DARLINGTON SC (AP)_=t11 > i; "Wewerebolda4tpattlme"t thoughhe}eaviG,tory ghyofamil sa1d.;TtleyaslCg.dt~~ the{ad Yt sa ;Dalo Jarrett,t Wtia&i3oSt'.Ycant'to~ hon-dd1lArbijqus ~ ,, .hd 'mttl he.fmusinR onfsomethtng Wecame eretorql ! 'I ., ev'epbigget lntfi~Souttie~50Q i-'=-~at muct~~h"¢!~ti •u..inctcitrn#AtnYH~elast'tlme , .JarS`~ttSS9'ttlfB,t~ ' he'challenpS th@ higti?panss ot only [ne secona ` p Darhngfon>Infe-rnafaonal'.Race the_ Wins :$ way. Gtyen a ctioice In Macch be- b9nus 6an7cedpp tween gambling on, a victory or tnauguratyear,.% titag{~~~ alatefuels~ thatwould w.inner offtht'ee 1YASCAR rag4 cemeni a better ftnisFiing 6osltloq , f ip,' the TraaSalth 400+ J~ar<ett. , Jarrett h` ' " •. ` 00+fc r t¢ l`olledthedR•e ~ p~s lbe } and r415 `~16f~ fh4lsh t• to wi+L t're f3e Iast t cQ$f6f~i gb~~(t"~p"~ln the 2cult'smost' t~t ek~e¢t WiEistouCupchafipl~~p ~t1e - race re y~aMpeed .. ._...-:...._ ....F...F.... . . ,vnu1 ' arrett keeps`-focuks ori c 54~ m dµ~y itti~~f e. hQ grdW1 aa ~ hearbyrCgmr}eri;the t.abor, ay weeliepdiS'dseclalaccasian;%#u?A`. ,NASfT~R eplYr~aotCditl4he: 7; @c~~~itel@ t~~pf~~ fatrett~p~fdile~ titt~eshe~i chA'Tlen dThe geLli ~ ., . . r 1 D1.Y:.L IJY{ ; • a. i - - driver" wants to w Et~C ~ y r he sa+d It's such a diffi- here , j cultrac@trackto'drlve Itsadrlv-`I er's track Io get;aroundej;e' for 4 -, 500 milea`~rithodCmaklu a mis- .; takels,h~~d(1a Jarretts 'stifyfest cdmpet~tion figur~s fb' cdme<from;de[ehdin8' serids' apd'race.chaipioa Jeft' Gordc .` ,+ ho In victory wog,l,d Join Dale`'111iardt as a winner of threestr 1ttUarlington~aces.- It''cobldg,be, a inatch'.race nf sorts, but'w71gn Gordon starts h1e ° Chevrolet on;the outside of `the' front;ipw,'he:also will be eogni-, zantofthetiigplcture s1tiP Jimet.tih asaid mmd ~,Pt)~at ~ Earnhardt o"vercame ttlost,ofX hdgd,-polnt3 decifit to makq the tltle"raFbxlose'9a9t year'jtyBt ~ dtdri't co[ne on strong at the e;1d 6I la'stseason~~ ~ - ~>"' + ~ ' . .;
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The Winston'Cup circuit COMINGIUPC l'he Mountain Dew Southern 504 on Sunday gton ' WHERE: The 7.$66 mile Darlirv( Interrtatiortal Raceway at, DarTmgto n, S_ C., the ~lRlost famous - andpossbty toughest -{rack of them aIL r~ ftti<, ;pne. 9tvi17g him the,'367Japs but couidn't hota on. uoraon near -...,« ~ ~ ird of the four croxn. , the;end_ He managed to outduel Rusty- e1S5nttle sportathe. Wa)Jace ior5econa....JUSi a WeeK earuer,, uthem 500, the Earnhardt and Wallace had clashed at ` Coca-Cola 600, the Bristol, but the two old rivals made up "- Daytona 500 and'the before the race and had no incidents. ~.Winston 500rJarrett OTHER WINNERS HERE: Eamhardt, won this year at Elliott, Mark Martin, Darrell Wattrip and a person tawin the this toughest of tracks?lt's'a little easier bonus so far has been ' than it used to be-now that there are two _; . Daytona. The only '.~ KEY TO THE RACE: Who can survive , 'Charlotte and . .,< Terry Labonte,' yn, a .. Bill Elliott in 19c5.: t.; grooves, but it's still a tough ride. L4ST.YEAR'S WINNER: Jeff Gordon' ' THREE TO WATCH: John Andretti won a snuck up on Dale E2rr hardt at the end of surprising pole here last;year, Ricky '; the raceto win by'a bout seven car lengths Craven hadlhe top speed in practice la_~t " n ' ' ;fihished fourth ; Cup week, and Ward Burto Jarrett can win a and set the stage fcf his first Winston THE BIG DEAL Dale cool'$1 millfon`bonus if he captures this points charnpionshix Earnhardt led 208 of " here last year; ~i nc _.. ~+~"-^^-s .. . ~ . . ,c ~. . . . . i.( _. . . . . . " . ,.. d , Ou+osso, MI Argus-PMss Fllnt Met Ana Wednesday 011,642 AUG 28. 1996 N3204 [11111©PRESSCLIPPINGS
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Kenlon, OH Times Friday AUG 30, 1996 /~~/ N4296 ii1\T/®® P R 8 S S C L I PP7 NO S ~ uq tCldlvc;lvN 1 S.c:,• IAY) jany drlver"to wlnthree'ofdo r Uale Jatjett says no mlllion dol-_ "% NASCAR maJbis In the sw year-4 _lat•ybpqqs ls~rlecessary_(o get ~lnt ~. f3e`wlll try to put hls Ford on ; o e%cited 6~i ut driving Sunday In + the pole In.quallfyl,ng today, Then`; ~e traditlon-rich ~quthem 500 -:, he musCavoid tietng eaught up (n; ~ Y Ydd~any ~ilado --'o4opis 't r nee,,9ded yajarhllYsoena:= , a s. . . .;; r . ., tncre~ ~~oc'~ tp~v h~~ up for _ ,~ yt~:J r~~t has,,~altine a measu~r+= ~l ~ ' ~ ,~,{~~tit'a~d n lhr e pfr •~t°+ 4~3~SWlf~:k ~ f a ce U»t ci,Wd `; h iC ~ ~ ~ - ±t[51rn: N.'I ~•:-" t~ rn ~r e n~ 4~Y1 ~N tV Htt'~~VI~lns~or~ b~jp',cn~7slon; : wouldl grevent ESr~rtjt thee annqal'{itC p( jrabor' Day ~putting his namg,ln the recoltd VYeeke'nd 1n the South t's the Rose ; book on e more atthe most dlf~l-' -Bo)v1 of stock;.car raci"ng =-Its ' cult track on the circull. oldestmaJq evertt., -What a battered Earnharot,~ ~tfe bonUS is great,'; he said. ~ viould llke to do Iswin'hls' lOth''But this "is; a ricc eyerybody ; race''at the egg=shaped oval: Only;` 4 Wa t 1 n '' a n s o wi fl ll of Famerid Po wo ,- Davearsnn: ~ecause te uon previously that,often at Darlingfon ,Nvhefe?; st}ifs" yea`r `';at Daytona and { two races are ruti aESnuasly.; rl~tte opl} Ja,rre~t , has a t, Bec~au'se he [s tnetiding ~u q~1}ance ta !colle,ct ttle vynston _ pie fiactures sustained In a dey-t,' Sel`ect Mlllion: The t dnus gceB to ' astatipg crash tlve.weeks ago at ; : Te~ladega; and ~ecause he artd_ hls Chevrolet colteagues haie, been beaten In slz of the lafst sevecgs ~arnhaSilt`does nqt tigure aniong fhe-[avorites. So the next 7tistallment of . great showdowns probably~ awalts another Stinday q~~ a Earnh9rdt Shares with Jarre~t"' : th@ experlenhe of being a secan . generatlon star In`the gtwrt:'eT cn respects Jaixett and is r3o~ing for. to ~ hlm - to a point. ., ~ "1 think It would, be great Ydr a ''the sport 1f.he'd;wln•tt;'* safd ,., ; Earnhardt, believed to be'drlvin'g ; om i at about 70 percent.physlcally.,g ° i Hut }ie's think~ng,i0arperce~t~~ Darn~ardt ' ; ~]Ailt's,any Job,and' ,~f 4j ~ 39 over. CiJqi~"~L6"tt8'i~lrt ~ too."'he'$aidS
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52270 1666 I~!1 7. ~''_., •: `<I <.S 7. ',~ : T „ . . ' arretts pa,yon The Associated Press ; just a spectator Sunday, as Jeff through the oil,"'Jarrett said_"I was crowd of 60,000. Many came to the cent pond. His series-leading Gordon added his name to a short upset because I:knew we had the old country tra~k see a driver from seventh victory of the season made DARLINGTON, S.C.:. Dale fist of those who have the humbled car to win the race:" "` down the road in Camden - one of him the sixth driver to repeat in the Jarrett "and Jeff Gordon had the 'The ladyin Black." sarne plan. Jarrett succeeded and With a commandinglead..on the lost Gordonfailedanil won. 46th of 367.1aps on the treacherous Welcome to Darlington Interna- tfack,' Jarretts: Ford;;suodenly tional Racezvay., where.each knows sliipped pPthe high baaki $,:and that running upfrontisthe best scraped the wall'betweer~turns waytoavoid.disastet' .;• flireeandfour'I'hattooklurpoutof °1 was; just cruising around," Jarrett ,said: "I was right where I wanted to be." But'heslipped on;a fewcents worth of oil, ending his pursuit of a million dollarbonus, and became contention3n the'Southeru d00 and , the time," said. Gordon: who=had left the Winstoa Select Million dropped back from'the leaders af6er' uncjaime~'fotRtle l Ith year in a.' a poor pit stop. "All the leaders hit row » _ , • the wa1L" "IInforturiately, being out there The 25-year-0Id Gordon's victory made me'the first guy: to go ;. proved generallvdisappomting to a victories in three of four major eight races. He collected $99,630. NASCAR races in the same year from a purse of $1.4 million. Instead: Goidon, the reigning ., He moved within 24 points of Winston Cup chsmpion, mastered Hendrick Motorsports teammate. the mishapen moastrosity whose . TerryIabonge in the secies stand ;: angles were determined by an adj* ings. Tarentum, PA Valley Newa Dispatch Monday PlttaEuryh Md Area 0 84,284 SEP 2, 1996 N4856 But he didn't, - and Gordon's their own- win the oldest race traditional Labor Day weekend successful defense of his Sonthern' and make 4 lot of money. . .. race. 500, title made him only the second ButJarrettf•inished 14th, two laps Gordon emerged from a magniff- driver to win three consecutive down, while trying to become the cent late-race battle to defeat Hut _ times atDarlington. second'. driver. ; to collect the Stricklin by 5.23 seconds for the `If ever there was a time.to be Winston Select Million,: a bonus 16th victory of his career, and running sixth or seventh; that was payoff from the series sponsor for second by a Chevrolet in the past, yYY©PRESS CLIPPINGS
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Ume, OH Nevn Umi MtlFnm Onureat 086,1/0 ~~ N4300 . Li1~71®®raasSCirrrrxos Ja'rrett gra°bs~' 1 pole . r~., w;.positxpn,~;; Dn>ii~urcroz,. I Dle`'dei`dL'j'ti~ Y ' iatprc~.rt•, exteriaiver tu9ting } try ` himealf~on D c z Ir ~E hre m5lilin•doLal t as it1t11e.~tlt}'~il rrJ~~ ~, ,. ~„ nTt~2lCgeuBMt .'tN TI- Inte1] ~~`4(I +~arfett bmke mg~~cozd. for,t~A°~ r tlveqturh~_ BCt?Ce" p! i mth titA aidoB' IttS ., pg1 ~~ h e'1 •vulton Lli tt'4' Focd1 Y1'h :was"Hmedin' 28.789 .,~ _ edging k'the Chevmlet^~ ~' ` Carlou+oP=defeq ssad ._~; race yeh.arnpwn Jek ~(,Gldop .D27' 'soipnde. (iordQn;?tryting win for,the third:'strnightkt at Darlington where'avrd°'r ,. are nin annuall,vR want ~170,83$ ?n_> additiontd ~ t}te ~of 'a $1,8 rn>7llopw ~ will'be hyingtyQm~e ~teenes s RJoe ~ tpm, ar~v ditl,ver;wLi; mngahree'of fotv NA£ 7ors m;then smne y'earsr~l ,.._ the~)qytona BDD and t}ie,COc~ +W.. Co,la 600, but~l§lled iqlthe ~..o. __. 9el p i tHe wontlre" ql RS~C. p o;to F! 6ti ~ ~a~1Im4D W(~p tive fipl s.sf25:~1.~ 1 t ~d'ttielasi i IO~fial rnj e ~PQ' i ~Y.tbt~seaSon bu ~8~8gC flnlt~l.~. . `,hiS~tt•C- ~ i ttoYR1,41n, S~o6:~ ,~ ,~,•,i,'.7 ~,~y°~''. nils~~~'.SU bOlhl ' . )f~!?'1,~ 4, , ~n hu5as sb:bCDko a's qg qtshbrokc`a~tr •t ~st6iytsnotgng dtiY~ atAnqh'Ddalet'!f ~ I nfou wortthre 6ehlstbry;bf~ .Io~Msnding9'` y1 !1' ala,>,~~; Ihe NASC(+A ~.aHl, ~wK+l~ a$e i yg~l iu a s~ci'%tacaJolnio6; , . tyrlkrlpecefinlsh ,in,~ .,.., ~ 8fives in race sincel993 brjt oPh{s lwo onc lsa this, ll ,+~'}ti~{ri:-: , r„s. .. ttfHlliott andDatrelhWa~yjjl,4'~ !heiour wlth' fa M,OoodwrenCbJ:DSaIaeA{!>hLkyt:nonesinct. thisaeaaunr ~pa b~e~ ~atrpi ghtg~'op:fis as, °s 4traigh~tapl6ves... Q &obbyT:abonte'tW sInardw(S.aboncw BhW9~5 Y:d ` tV, 11- t'lgaj Utdnv2rs~il " t0~ichlganaflbl ~ ~ . y,,. r,. ~th er, t~eArwasr . ~~ r b tl ( •~`~rF. !a 0 tlmen19j9; n ii,ofi t~ "u,ree, AUG 31. 1996 8oulh Bodon, V6 OaeNo-YItpinien AUG 14. 1666 1W 11,000 H40162
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Bunbuly, PA Bem I senmar o ta,ass AUG 81, 1996 N4954 ,~ i;:+r , ", ... -, p . i ., e pho ro ¢YThp n.rnotp Pi4rs . , 9apous workers,tow away the raee car of Werd Bunodot Sotith Li,9etan, VA.,efteriha'hh the;wall coming'out'ofthefourth;turn ' rltlr~pg,gusllfying'Frlday for Sunday s Mountaln;D.ew Southem . ~!M ~ rece;st Dariington Receriray:.Burton hadclimbad outof tAe ..~, , . , . , . {~river~~secures`Southern"500 polee. ~.,r . , ~ . /4bD~RtINGTGN,^$:Cn(P.P) = . Wmston.SekGt,5,Q0, . DaleJavett proved the value of -On1y,BiIlHijiotthaseo/'ectedthy . exfensiyetestmgbypqttirtk~imself lyyayna,~eie,ct Million,.acco Ua''rt'he"pole Fnday fot~,~ ,Il,on• `Tshing ,t ~r m-~` p t at bv~ .winninz the _ -... rV 500,ti~ the bonus.qa'_ _s:offer d Two oth rs ~ e • e , - ~"` Ip°' negpttattng ; ttopbieaoqto Darrell ~Weltrip,and the:1a)e. . oIS~r~ngtodIntemat~Qp@IR+jceway `.•Davey Ailiso_R-failed inattempti: b~~e~tt~bjoke the qu~lif}7ag record 1;to wm.the,lpnus when,theylosf;qt '. ,~ .•,..... e ' ~a ...,o .. a...,.::x: . n of 170.934 mph" `Al~ tf,e pza'o- „ Jarretthadbeen pointing toweid ' ttce Jpe"tiad over the ~last~tnonth at . the pole by testing frequently over Ithe"}f366-mile track'paid offirf just ,4he.lastmonth at a track known p's . ttheseeondpoleofhisWinstonChp ."TheladyinElack.',Shegavehilp . career. little trouble during his qualifying .. : d: J,arratt's;Ford Thunderbird ivas- ,~effort. He didn't appear as fast as tim,eQin2fi:769.seconds,e,dgingthe . some of the,other drivers, buttifs ChevroletMonte Carlo of defend- :line through the tricky high•bankCd ing series and race,championJeff turns was the smoothest of the A5 dprdon ~by .017 seeonds, Gordon, drivers who tried a lap. "• ~ trying'to win for the third straight :-The only,othe,r pole in Jarret('6 tiale~etParlington,wheretworaces-, f0aeasorisonitockoarracing'sprh. . ~ate,;run~annually, v{est~l9P.833. ;-mier circuit eame;ast year in dha ';y~lii,additiontoth~et"vlnpQr's,ahare . ~~Daytona500"=aFacehe'won:T~e. ' of e-S1.3 million purs'e~Jd'rrett will last driver to`kVinYrom the polein ,.b4iryingtocollectatioqaq;Offered~the~ Southerh 500was"DaJi: 'by series sponsor RJ.'Reynolds to : Eamhardt, in,1990• ~' .. t rarty Slriver winning.three of fout?Wa.~'he;.pble,-al4tef.ahqs_ wpn' eight ; ~NASCAtR majors in thesemeyeer.,, times in"tho:46,year history of the tiT~e~'w"oa:the'Daytou4~500tand the : event, theannuei rite of the South . iCoErpCole 600, but feiled in the on Labor Day ryeekend. ,~'y,'
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52270 1650 ATAT ;~l 616 N. S.C (AY),- . ~ui 7 ~?sayg,,no,milhon-doAar Yoa lse{•~ {;o get brm exFit . ~q . , ~'Sou -500. in tbv ~,~; wOiWdon'frYleed. any .added!in? ;. . eto;$et payched, .~p for im.the eve oC9 ~ could pefine,lvs~~ 3amdt and%.tus,brnhicn:tn tameraDavid:, O! ~ tl~µl'~sllx~osy$!1?,r'(f6f ac use a_ jl1G~ d.s. ip~cz~qcs -,T~'~ v " hFfve ..- bonus ~s'rgcat,.~ -.bcc m~~~ta,raeeevery~ Y=gollcagues Ila ' ,. } tat y'~haiwon'Pre .~ 'dCKs~£igttre _ tona and.CLaPqttc.~. ) So !ho.,ncxip . 9tt~~~as~a Fhance<to~cone,rthe Ys~awgowns ~! 1 wewe6 elcct Million ~e'yha u~s + $.y]ndaY=iC ~~ dnXer, to;MVt tlKee:LOf . . .Ata7orsutrthecsame "-I" uw~Y zu6~ ation-star m t6e- ~gycts to put his Ford onothc Jarrctt:and is rootung f4~"~o a m qualtfying today 7beA7be 4.- a=gV4Au or3., g.caugbt up ina fa- ..gtc jb'thulk /4rwaild bEgrFayf4r thc r r~,x,ca , y,~a 0.: spo[t if•he d wm it; 'sa~d ~<a gamed:8 ns.s`re gf bebeged,to be dnv~ng,at~apout_70 Z Dale JanBtt 51 ~~'S~~:a`-sr= t oome only,The rq` ,~1~` tgteq deaying Dale Farp- PGC44tj*YSicaUY~, dt& 'tSr~vZ ta~a` pre-race press'lupGtieon Thursday in Dadington rJarrett will be bKiding to ba , s~~a(diiver to win-,ihe, W{w nston,Mdbon UAs weekend m the'Soirthem 500 . , 8- . satd„ $, , the' e no room for ercor and wreckcryoa's can hook.easily wmd up on the pnly,m~•pr raee he.is ya to wm Eamhatdt• +?: rar~k ~?+n,1u, I985, arrett tCgun8.cue azDar }~~r,nFtory. Sunday, woolt# pte But II s my job and tt,e 7op~ of stvdy~at~ ~p ,ecause he ~pg~p N.,Fslvhardt.:from' putting;,his 34.otha Mvees.jo wm~,tbat~Faco ~~~'~n1e¢sm,17`Pt4n,,, '"haro he` IGwas:jimltfor75-;to I00=mph 'Ihe 45-yeazold Fa*++t.+~tsaid..t uQ iu t6e recotd book ottce more to0. ;:he satd c...- r knows on tsest ally iacing in 1950 and today we're nm- the key to victory isrespect for atak hF.most;dtfficttl5,kack on tLe cjr- , H4ping to joinBili )Aotta5,a re- ; At `mosG other traeks,: you can ..; nmg 165la" T7o One,' lapse in con- car, . racmg s onginal supers}p~ed- . Lm r•::: iII.\ra,.o m,•,~:c~:( capient,Pf the bonnswys_Sabl_isjgxjm i gqtaway with a few mtstakes, .Le cgQtra!h°n"for even a split second; "way. , ,n1 Lumberfon, NC Robesonian FrIaar 0-13,771 AUG 30. 1996 N3634 M1_M©PRESS CLIPPINGS ,Winston,Cupqkk vuron ^yai, , Lngto_,y1 tle_of}IabocD~(cck _ruaannoall~
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One win`shy- of . NASCAR triple 'crown Aasoc+etedPresa DARLINGTGN, - Datrell S.C. Weltrlp'a p]an was aim pte.~< Sure, he was going for.the SYI~=& aton MWion bonus, but he and hls team waated to enjoy theweekend:a at DarWgton Racoway and treat,j the Southem . 600 like any, other.' ~ race. ~ ~ ... ".:~ "We did, until Sunday motning, Waltrip said, remembering his try;~ at racing history seven years ago. "When I got to the track, the'guya" looked like N had seen.ghoste.; They were upt~t, and I was up" . tigltt"- . . . -,.Waltrlphltthe wall earty ~anq finished 2Snd,Ieaving Bill EISott as the only racer to wln threeof.Win- ston G1tp's four mq~or racee.'- , Now Dele Jarrett cait become the second tob~n¢ homean'eittra $1 million wlth a vietory Sunday.in the Southern 600. Jatrett won the Daytona 500 and the Cncca-Cola 600 at Charlotte, The other.majo; Is the Winston Please See MILLION / SD MILLION: N Dale;Jarrett; tight, talks I)itliK, ton`'sErategy`,with Ernie Irvan."Jarrett could become , the'second driver to everwin t7te Winston Million;if'he wins the Southern 500 on Sunday ws.a°It'e ditfionlt when ' the media fft , 4nzaing around ' ..yon, reminding you,I that you are'raoing ,, for one million dollars." ~ Darrell •Walt.rip. From Page ID Select 500 at Talladega. ' Waltrip says 1Ce ctvclel for Jarv rett not to cave In to the preaeuro,, and hype. . - ~ "It's difficult when the medla, is buzzhtg around you, remNding 3rou `. that you are radng for one mll~m dollare,"Waltrlp sald. .- Despite the sorry end to his Wln-,. ston Milllon chese, Weltrlp came to the Southern 600 In 1092 . and spoiled the bonus hopes of the late Davey Allison by winning the raln. ~-- , . r r t ~ 1 shonenedrace. :, ~ L pn p Allison finished fifth in the 208dap 1066,-the firat year'the ;1 tnlWoa He's told them both to run full race. , .• bonus wasolfered. He-had come la out on Sunday. Larry McReynolds, the crow cJdef. ~~ nine victorle and: was doml 1~ "It's like I told them, 'With 20 to for Allison's No. 28 Ford Thunder- ~nt everywhere. ' :';go, I'm out of here. Don't call on bird, recalled that Allison won at When he crossed the line at Dao- ' Daytona and Talladega, and so gttgton,' he, Instantly became "MB' 4 might have to get my pressure ` most of the attention came at Chao- Bon Dollar Sfll' a honor that has ecked agaln."~." lotte, the third race hi the, se• tbaped eponeotetdps and:a etrong~ ... . .....T ,. yueucn. .,.........,... ro r--.,,..~..~..".~~.,, "We trled to stay focused end we ; once - the 1994 Southetn 600 -.lu. .. knew If we kept our heads anddld ~e,paet /our seasons. :- our jobs, the million dollats would "My main objective On 1985) was- . come with the win," he said. 'B'e 'to come Aere, tvn well and win the.' had a really good race car thatdqy. -'raae. Fonunate,we did," he sald'. "It was unfortunate Mother Na- "There'e pressure within younelf,'.A ture wouldn't work out for us." `. ..'. but as long as you Imow what to do, Robert Yatea,' who owned. Al-.'you'llhandlett"- .. .. lison's car and now owns Jarrett'e, Jatrelt'e biggest asset may be his . said he did not realize the fervorr momentum. He had a monster Au•-~ the chase created until he got to guat with victories at The Briclqard - Darlington on race day. in Indianapolis and at Michigan. "I never had high blood presaure. Lest week on the short track of but the morning of the race 1 felt Bristol, Jatrett finished fouttih.. •:'- ' Ske my heart was hurting," he said. "At the time we were ¢oing for "I went to the care center and the win, we weren't running well, ` my pressure was about double, so we were trying to get oucsetves what it normally was." goIng," Waltyip eald. ~ There was Rttle pressure on El- "He'e got the right car at th6` liott when he turned the trick In right time and that's great for a 1 '., Jr ~; dtiver's eonfldenoe." . Jarrett says he has already had aninaedible-seas.on, so winning the $1 million would be, as in- Itended, a bonus. Thursdey, ."We just want to be within strik- f ing distance so they're not going to y leave here, theyre . not going to `laave thelr aeats in f t of th ron Ty Paname Cily, FL Nepn Herold Prnemr City Mit Anr 0 86,828 AUG 29, 1996 3 for 500 miles eeeing If thls Is e going N 1880 i to happen," he said. . /''/~ . ,'7t we can do that, win It or nol, ~LrJ~©ruess re.,rrr,vns ~~ we're going to be a success." - A month ago, Yates took his ~4headaet off whSe hls ddvers, Jar- +yrett and Ernie Irvan,.went 1-2 at ' :~74 &iolqerd and dueled it out the
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Hendernomtlle, NC 11mes•News AUG 30. 1996 N36t6 /yW®®laESaCLIPPINGS i gouigfor a $1 ~ 'l- hon bontis-.thig'wdekedE Southern 500 at'DSr- ' balloting foi1996 lington;:~S.C led the third-qudrter IRlver.of the Year During the quarter, Jarrett won two Iaces, including the prestigious Brickyard 400 at Indianapolis, and thtvsthimself solidlv back into the NASCAR Winston t, points nce.:, e son of two•time W~ton Cup chatnpton and Hall of FamcrNed Jairetl drew eight of,12 fuat place votes and a' total of 94'-pomts from a' national panel of JaLrett won the Daytona 500 aa tbe. WvYston'Seledt 500-at 1§Ila tfienlosttheCoa-Cola600 " --" ' - ' - °dega .. , CannnuedhompngelB`Chatlotte before thepayoB at Dan ]ington: Jarrett has won at Dayto colleG4he,'b''yoaGOUSelgct-Million and.Charlotte bonus from the seties sponsor for '. Even,inore tmpressn~atum th victories in three.of four~major :bonus would be vietonet :in.~th ' same:year. It's been same Y,??r.in the,fou; mast cove -races in the . done only once - by Bill Elliott;'in WinstonCpp races at the most fa 1985. . . ..~ . ~. ,.,~ . ~., ous,[racksedca'-~~.Dayton motocs~oiU tvrit'era and broadcastrU',i'vh0 w71 ehoese the Dnver' of the Ye6rIn NoVemW, lotte, Datlmgton and lndianzp~ ., v,4iG But Jatxgtt won t be sutpiised where Jartett won the"Brick- when it happen9 8gain c- 1 40D:. ' : , ;.' 'ft-fs trou[c;that Dale EamFardt ~ , "Jaaett has tested extensively at and-~I,have been Involved in some Dar1ington, Earnhardt.not at all as ,:dramatic situations, but I woutdn't ' , ;hepntinues,the slow Aealinq pro- 'l call it comadenta),' Jarrett said on cesafromfractu(esspstainedtofus .theeveof}qbalifyipg-t'In;order-to . ate~num aaA;aeft" collar6one In a succeed tn thts sportt you have to homfying trash at Talladega ~ lieiit_jhe beat bif'4dy grven day.'And 'So, the'latest mafsll~uent of the - therbs vo doubt"tbat`Earnhardtis ' . btg'showdowrtprobabtywtillhaveto the`best theie,4B;'today, .. _. _ica>~n. . . . ... ,..::.~~ ~ N m r m H ;~
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® 0 B R B S otsa; mil.l~o ! 0 " e rdy'ho Fg,~trd, all I~ale'eve(, llf spprls; seidhxs', V~ >J.irett„ Evenfwhen", arl I r1}ojttip 'thealniest sporij he 'ne46r' IaCked`confrdence•`~ r; ~ef {~a•Jss ~t~OaU :for hts age,.bul' that nev tsto jhtm ''1~ Jerrct'_ -began'wheh.hls/" felhe~~'t~2-uood rn half~anQ r~ga"veytlr clubto'his(r,year( sa'~VId'so~ ~~tad,dn t mk ,long: , t>gfon>' 1h, , thought thev son•r'' _. xlyould,;bt on grcens mstead'of en But nobody eK Mtd hjin to'Iollow .I~ rOs,m school, he wass ihisfathtrsfootsi,ep9;baledtsplaycd ~,` v~~y, • rsand ue thoughl~he cdninvenatu`re•ahd an mterest in pen , ~lay goVprofessioneh Ick,and•ball spi,ns,m his fonnauve~'~ Je{reqi who toutof ~ d~ farpily', thou ht thal w,s 4 r.. Qa ~ • ~ rap{t le Yigs 10 . n faq;'we ~~h '~ tnfd,~ 4l ''hlm:7n,that dtiecGon."~ 6p 0. rsandhourses '.!],:1tt10dt, 4dLknawtlmt.he"•h8d . ygl,pglE ~a ut(j uo4ld never let planl'ed youngest son's day •' d`hldhim de mind~ m ~ yrearsago to the epr.-,11, spmthe'sso(ull ,~hen•`-h' rothe,1965Sou~them5IXl r brother,Glenn ;lan~ti<j8~p hissecond)`IASCAR ~, ka up every trcharnpion3tup.'fhe e'vents~ofthat dey •rhrnng to;baat had aa;lg tmpact on [}ale's .BlJpre '~ F let himsnn plans;ik?, p E yc s I';l Ilinever for~i,'gomg to victory dnve that hulpcd lane Ahat day;' said larrelt, who-was F urdeller man ~ at 'at the time `When we got home, iht led l,Despnc u~holc-lown'was.in our;frontiyar~ t SchQo fquafucabiGl'.o( P1~,alARR,k'iTpaQeroA/ 4X MyMle Beeeh, SC Bun NewB Myrlb Bsuh Mdbu 6undey BUN00,4e4 IlM . SEP 1r 1996 H495e ®PRRSaCLiPP7N0a ab~h;(bu4 `gol(/,br.' .~..~~.. .. ~~ ',lanoit rNBxe~ hrthe Wr¢,pd Or ;QN~, who can wln the WlmtofiIIIilYllay.:b , By;TeRrytfARUq'.'. THE SUN NEPS " . . ., , _. 'DARl.1NGTQN Whde'paCtto~ ;j ingfor,today'sl pm Southem 500at Darhngton internahonal Raceway ~~ thle larrett needed a break.' • Fceling the contrast of going Srom a. 'steamy race car,;to ktl air`Condiaonvd ,. room, Jarreu•COllapsed`in his.chair,~!.cmcked'open a :Cold Mountain A•v.• 'and glanced benea the ;plastic' cap, , after takin~ga'long~rlnk: "i gollvo. 74," he said,responding; to his draw in the title sponsor s pro- motion tha4piomtses 525,0o0to the until thts season. luckyconsumerwhofmdsthewinning , . ~..~ ~ car nulnyer under the top of th' eirpnp ~rr,~ a,racm~¢'legeqd,~ "He's not-even;in llre1mce. tBemg lhason of '. Even if Jarrett had pulled the lucky ~tiale Jarretnk6t a laste ofthe spott an' number, rt wbuldpay hiro only, a fmc ah;eafly age• •.rWh- en Ne~ fntre,t4~t!I~ to' 'tion of vrhgtC he stands to eam by win- leave thetr, homl:in Ca tt(~e0:a . In fact today's pole• m tatts across flr~.c4uqtr ning today s racp. te,Y~ h sitter can become 15AS1kAR'ssecond oungest sonlwas'alwayY'wlth, hM; .instant mdhohaire with a vrctory ~ 1Manha_and the kds Nxnt to; 8 1p A win would'make Ja{reµ, the 6nt,, of the raFSs, but there were a nyM ~ driver in more than a decade, since Bill ofthem that just (DaleJ nv`djrld gOjf ,, , Elliott did it in1985, to claim the, guesa r( sparked Ars anleRSt, the,e4i Winston SelectMilhon, a bonus paid )anett shtd ~I+;re~lly~g~,~{yed to the winner afthree of the Wmston himu"sttN Yne,^loo , r Clip cucwt's.four crownjgwel' aaces. ,"1 can rememberbetng ai ttit;'IrA~ 'Besides Jarre t, 39, knows,from ex• 9nd a}'tp wnh:the; ptty pnd'P~ f~~ penencc ihal'moreeffoii'goes into` sons~k#iawmg+thatb~'tts wQtd„ ,~ wmning fh9n tiy s,mply twisung open ing to get to go~.to vtcfdry lqtre,l4s~Dz 1, His mcing career is a slory nx811ed ~We,wuuJd d~'a~¢ chak''ro a soR drink.l of hard wprkk with few rewards, at least."scorebonrd' lo'seb 'who'ivas'going=FS
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La Crotoe, WI Tdbune t. Cru.u Y.t Arn ' BelurOq D 14,5" AUG 31, 1886 ; De ~ D7?C; ~ J foikheq~ftr', -' iusulf be P .' wouldeo ~ Simday in,the:SOtt E ` CertelnlY7~t~i ~Pa~3off a - lot ' Jarrett sai .d the teeNNg l ' ° ` ` r hls t hat made,, ,:. uty 6eem " t ' ~ efforlless-a rarlt} at ~ ~ :% I ~troublesarqe,D&rhngtpn~rt ;. Intcrnationa,j~ ~tY$~:;qAnd the'S9}?~§r~p1dd$r xcredited orew eh~tzf T}k1 ~ ~Eas'COttiN_1tb. Y~g~fjni. ~ , were one f , the' that.th '6 d'e in ther~~~ tn.feµt e,a ' 6 n ljgo tlfa ~a t rough'th' '; Jarrettbroke@ , -go ord for t1AS~AR' oldest - . . ace with'a rmi oPt70:1R99 mph:-;~. : 1 the practice,he.had over the~~ ;last month at thet.96¢~mlle ' , ack resulted' iust e:aeCo .~ JfedAnf hU~W B tim j ~ IN' DARLIRGTOT;S thou ~ h t~ a vie r-; tl b ~uhtii ~i ~~i e almetA na' everiblggerfn"theSOUthern'"$Ud:"' ':Bd etstgh`hf.~,jhelgattfine, the a ee ' eae h d ' mQs h lt t ng gq h;;banks of ~ q Dar ngtg¢ Intp~ja ~on Race~ ln r•,way~,Ot4en a'chol,c'e,fh aar~nbea'; bWtr Zweewgamblingjon;a'vt,Gtqry or 1 1 .'rAnaking.a,lato.Jtue7;;etoohhat " opldYCetpe t erq7/nlsliing . pdBfN~n inyttie, th p00, JacrettFnlledthg a ~ ~'~}sm j?iIHgllost, at~`d , 6 laa ffn•. .i ~'tfsb'µcost hlm about,E2~ pojn,t~1n ~ ,CI~,Rlnston Cun Ic amplopphlp ,9 ~ ~Jtfrretthae'do etprything iyi l ~ ' " stble toput hlmeelf({a~ siy ~ ,,,,, , ` ' ; , UQn. to'KdJIwP[P~f{i - ; I Spe c rculks m at[ 11 mp ua if ng hc~7 thoftWle ee'condary W~ . Vea champlopahip r, J f ttt3~,tehE~bcn rz,.~ 8 &~ .r ;uotiw. I ~oMsHokor~%,C ollmbs out;of,hls~ pol,e'posltlon7or Sunday s Southern ~~~~rlington $C` a
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arre r fry ~; I 1 RJ.Al.z~rr $akes So, ~ tnla 0 'DaleJar~eUts.denled' ;way'6„eEctorY, loro::Ga sm "Gordmq wQn Ihe,',Southera,'~ 8 {~rRS~07t IIGQJ>I~'OcS tor tba'eecond,~ear,;in a to+ h~~~+~~~5 g~o wlWRth¢`~7atiSouth' 406 ~IIn Sa}ch' A:J ~~P~w~fl rS ~d~a PeatcbY Wfa .d~ i.¢r~vloully: IUtClfi/)'~1R"\~{{w~.,`S~ 6mg'rig4ta pe 1' By.7fioTai Maa~fdmr:T„"'. ~'DARCINGTON S,C,`W+`-.It .~~ ~l~~tao -be {lete ~JaROtt'A ddy all; or that U'dtk Ao san~ldate,~iul5 ~eWlq~~ `tt~wri ' y NP,~3w sihe~titreigAt; lttvas J 3C'~otdoa mek ~~&~:~P`~ #' ; Race ~ ' 'mtlGof ter an P a~rn•,SOO~weeWd'Ii~2f~ceCoW~otkt'tn-•6~ * , the clinchiug ttdrd' ,IJarrett aet hlmself uplor a huge ~? ~' l'`` paYOtt' bY wlmrlag the p61e paltlaa{t~.llaf ~:on Frlday bU~ oq;Eundey, e`l~ost"_~,~, f, betore he coul 'kt01e tnta.~in(btti~ ~ e,rre ,d pae ~ t ef goklik'f the'QnU= 'gotre.:FlWda~he{~eqpd~n~~. h tdtiol•r;`he'1'dki , er, race qar,bad g~t~,~e ~ '~9!rdblaqoo 11iT~i M * `------------ 'IyqlV~iy~b~`}ti~~ota~tYakb'(` G Ireck aad belplqasly, d 6n~a Nq,,~y>}, i12~~„183. F~ ~ Ford slapped {ke wall,'1brRe 6Us~'uf r,~lQord~9.n~.wae the onlp,;dr., l e8ra that had b6ei1 immlug In thQ `%La trealla},Q•~hanee e~ S1ieY' .lopfl,qeloUkdJarrOltlnacoecrCte;~i~hhamp/oaabiD who ~l~a A c~ga line, InalqdWg;lda teqatmate,f; problema : Sun~sY Po,inta~6 LrdE Irvan. - . Terry IlsbadeslWshBd"+nY6e'j ~'Asaoonasl,went.lntothecor-.: bahlsd I6'28th„a(tefi°,de~l1 t ncr, the car Juetaook #t/aad iventi•1 ovePoe~Uryg;tnroblem( ,8p~j(/Cj I atraight3 int0, the, wall a QiN6e, ad g ~ai4~~ ~• polnted Jarrett i '"Ikeewlhadhlttobhardahdlli~ldl,duttav . i40u bu . the h ' had bent too much stulT 'Ifiey get '*ppiple~lCl tb , It back a lot.better`lhtn I even-,~6qdpol-E, n i wea y~r,wSeCt ¢ 'thoughtaheY.cauld:fd wiahl Ibad-, ahr'12tIM~atid another chance to4rin It, eapeeially. .ZAb6nle'6Eldld¢ ,. _ wlih a car thla 8ood. 1 think I could!.~~D9~,(a baqo won" t" Y 7 , Strq.g ro. , ~ p.u Jeriett ImmedistelY darted,into u~s t t6' ihCpNa 'aM•'hle' 6teW'did 4vhh3~ f<i lldng It aaukl to iepali8he damagey~~~ p Nechanica acurrtedaroued the; b' 1~ I ps~ brulaed machlne; replacU,g atbFpaklt rq ,. E n anyofie t~ ken ehock absorber~+aad meodUigab ,' t fmisE.`.d whatihey e6uhl on'o(ka' wa6udedR?J t top• .-' parta. , + ++sikv3 0 ' eeasons. ... But the ttm6 a~p(ltoa~pl(~R X f <,-~ cost Narrett three 9a~te~rnd fblOed P6 l6111d} ~6dkG ~ ~ hit hopea ot Wlanhl~'Ute }fe . , , ,ecBptm~a Fkn 6et~ z. f ana a laacl,~ap~e6t ~~~ no morb, ead'w~'Up'14ib,ciw ' 'I9t' 6PP~~1}!' ' lapr behl6d 'feader/ ~ +~! roeiaa 61R apa to`Rbt ,s 7 A•':'tPed dacbtret •'+If there wos ev,er:a timp to ba,. , ~~ r,1+,•. nmoing dxth or'sevenih, thal was , trled ta: push hlni the 11 me; 5 said. Gord6n, wpo nA ake hlm,uep up hls llree•' I RE hydlevllle, NC ORRERVER TIME8 F,yIN+uu Md An1 6 n.im SEP 2. 1996 P3580 W~~ll® P18J5 CL_I PIl H08 g Y
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I \ Winston Cup . I ; Jarrett has amilliowreasoins to win Friday ,,~~.,,,t, ,7 could ,7 ~.~.,-.~-~ onty ouce - by Bid Elliott, in 1985. ; ~t41SiFS~ttt~S ~~y ~.'OI.uLL LLe4+f.~a.t, ilOMr1V*Y ._. Jarseti won the Daytona 500 and the Winston Select 500 at Ta~adega, thea lost I The At:o~ted Press .~.In As 46 the-most difs6dt trarY on the Coca•COIa 600 at Charlotte before aLe y~ YY~nWIY~.,..nn IIMn11Y1 AUG 30, 1996 .. the NASCAB c7ncidt has beea mas- i DARS,,INGTON, S C'.- Da1e Jarrett teredi on)y by the of the sport~Gne of end C JalTett bas Won at f'RtF~ ree d h 8 ~ffi p• Ly . stan s m t ~ threshdd a~f e8reerdefmm¢a5m . them is EarnhsNt, seeldmg to tie David ~.en mole tmprr.save than thebonus ~ aChtCPOmPAt fbat WOUkt mark bim ud Paaeam's ~* ex mmM nf te.nrfnnns vf fho ..,.u F.-.nn. n. .Fe F.x,n $OIe than Dale FsmFn^il'3 CtRMnCmp4.. I tR8chP2oU8 igg$bapefl^ OVLI Where~:;tWO fenr IDO8t COVatW Wm8t0n Catl 8t raC2S thC -B d the that d h i raCe mul avebeen Jar races are run annualot f t i Aeri -. ---ly. msamousracksnmra - Daytona, rett seeking a $1 million honua as Earahacdt .. But he won't do it by ratl against JaC . Charktte, Darliogton and - Indiau9polis,., chased bisW?y - praba6ly will not be'rm xett Antl Talrett.won't oount~he b[g buats where Jarrett won the Bxlckyard 400. . c it ~ - a rnr n~ to se pt By wmning the S.outh by turning it into a mabrh race• • : ~ r a ~ r ett has tested J .., aa 500, Jarr~t wiR not be heapmg anofhrr ' . .. ~•9~y a~ indigaityon.Farn~^~ ,. _. 'NPhenever two drivers start to 6ocus m' tou, Fmnhardt not at all as he eontmues lhe - one another, chsnces are good tbe}+Q both 'slow healing proceae 8vm flachses sus- - 1kue, Ja~~ deakd~l0&ab~mdt vrr ~ ~ end ~ someove • elae wm-~ tained to his a6emum and-~ m0arbone in . Cnn tnry 0 the ' rtnru1~v ~d~ .. race tbe aevea-t®e Winst~.~ champmn ~ as ~aDmgio~ ea Jamett ~g ~h ~ . . bas ~led ta'wpi;Tpl~Lmt~~K!bowever iteapfd.°youhaveto.~ethetra~teveryseo- S°'tbelatestamstan~nd ~ttiebigstww-.f m,~~7 tnat~emar3ofa~~,'t,t~~ Eamhardtis ?oad'ms{eadofradpgtheothercars. ' ~f do~pnp~Y cviRtiavetovvertBut7anefY::. N•KiBed'when tt . . d 1 Earnhardt that Dale rdt an NoeMaxa, PA TYna Nefild PhnUtlphh YMAn. AUG 29. 1996 .. :; for The lack.d , a -. ;, bave been involvedia some dramatic sthua- .. P~~ - ~ouhave~~ttiewheelevery1ap.`,lf tlons, but I v~'t caLL S comddwtal,n . SbD, bY >~B NASCAR's Mdest race. r': no[, itw~ oomebaekto eoatyou,° he smd: -Janett said m the eve of quali(y~mg.'7n or N4774 .Jarrelt woaW deay hrm anotha spot m lhe , By Sunday, JatiMt would ooIlect der to succeed in this aport, you bave to . ~ lecwd 6pok aad d0 s4 ik Ealphaz'dt'S $~`,:. t¢e Wmsfon~ MtOwn bonus hom" the : heat tpe t~t a~ a4Y g~md~. : Aud ahere's ..; , .:.. . .: '- . i:ass ccrrrrHCs ~„Pqm9ot' 4p --~ 1~~~ victa¢fe8 bi thlee of Iow' m d0upt thaf Debe;Sarnhatd< Ss tbC bestB Date JerPett NtluW CppOC~ t(! w6min MVilMalt• Sd9GL MilGon Slnda ~ r + y g y 4 ~.. ...,. ; ,.r f' y . . .... --- ^ - J1te~OC3v1oeslntLesamaveanlYs~iqe~u...is-teasv: ..... .~...-. . ~__honustoLLVIGO1f,BSltlttueOGftotRll101QPrataslttyhOS81tt9~t99[. .`_ . ..... liviarlington winner • r»ay look like a million bucks ; ~ i 1 Backn 1985, Bill F.Iliott was Monda and'ES-esda f t t ' y y or es b _ ses- rsviRe offers its est event of modified and late m ra~ w10 Hansell have entered the Gold i a able to win three of the four major ~ . sion leadiugup to the Miller 400 . the season, the Jack Rich Coale- make the show. I~Ata Howard Classc. ot in tune dcorm }1NASCAH Winston Cup races. For . fheleSep t 7 However;ET'~i e up Peg g by 8 tI that aceomplishment, be wasP~d Skimer h~ ~ fill in for the still- ~~ 60 in which 510.000 goes to has just an 83-point lead over her first eagle at an area course a m~lliandollar bonus b BJ. ~ the wbmer. Alsq sh+eet s~ wID Kemiy Gilmore in the sportsman this week -. ~; Beynulds/WSnsWa y h~g ~dt Per6aPs.l~ not race.at Big Diamond next - mod~5ed point chase; And in the •... .. ' No one hh'•0.a able to do that Per~ps, SldnRer could bR in vear. There is talk that truck rac late models,-Fd Atkins leads Terry walt INJJ Stadium offers Bud- ~: agaia Bowever, Dale Jarrett is in .. . - .._ ."' ~Y ~wr ~t Dar. °gt°°• - ing will be added to the Friday - Barhlc by a littte over 150 points. weiser Raciug Series madi5eds, ; a position to get it done this wmners. include For night shows. Therohase for the crown w01 go Pro stoelrs and s[reet stodes Sat- They In~ 15th round ffiO5- the S . . • . - down to the 5nal point event, .. utd~ at 7 pm Double poinfs will . r; weekend "m Darlington, S.C. pomffi Jarrett will join nme•time Dar- >~ T~ ~~~ '~' ~• of the 16-racePPG IndyCar World East Windsor QIJ,I Speedway which takes pbme Sept 7. be awarded forracels tor this Martn, threefime Series will be Oe's'ented in Van- oHers a full program of small block On Sunday mp~tt at Grmdviem special weekend event Modifieds defending ~~ lingtoa Raceway winner Dale NASCAR champion Darrell Walt- cnuver on Fans can catch modifieds, street stocks and S NAP 70-lapper, while each '~` ~n' Rmky Rudd and~ race, ta~yed, at 5 p.m. on sportsman racers staRin at 7:30 t~H'ilL ~ ~ i t f th R i f d ~ d' ethe th di 7 . . '~ U w a g s p r n ser es uv e ~ s o e o er v a oas will run in W n Southen 500 L k S :r champione :; JeH Gordon as some of the 45 Tomorrow, Busch Pole Day, the Heading into the 1o0-lap race, p.m ~ a a fare Featmed will be the EWSA 50-lappecs w ° less s rintss miem s ri t d .. ! g P p n s an • .: entries in the 47th running of drivers will face what its is con- Jimmy Vaccor is 21 points ahead Cq Saturda NASCAR's oti " su h d very well Vatl S Y~'t' Mahoning muv sprints. At Bridgeport QVJJ Speedway, gmal perspeedway sidered the tou~es~ one lap in - of Al Unser c and could ey peedway m I•ehighton ob - Coming up Sept 14 is the annua- there will beracing for modifieds, ?'race Sunday. NASCAR The fastest 38 drivers become the champion wben it is fers a gigantic fireworks show al- - Bob Hilbert Sportswear Freedo~ street stocks and sportsman. Ao- ~ NASCAR Winston Cup drivers will make the field. There will be all over. - ung with raang for the small block 76 Sportsman Modified Classie, tion gets started at 6 p.m. The will compete for a record Dar- up to five prOVLsionals. ~ lington purse of nearly $13 million, Just so Jarrett does not get .~. . 1no~~' ~t storks and four- which will pay $18,000 to win. This Monday night~pe~~at sprint show plus an exba million for Jarrett bored waiting for his million-dollar On the local scen Williams cylinder racers. It all gets started is tjie biggest event of its mnd in attracd a taclduster 22-car field B of a several recent show- o rtuni e' at 7• the nation and is expected.to att- with local talent Fred Rahmer ' y w~' - ppo ty, he has entered the Grove Speedway in Mechanicsburg ract every top name in sportsman " nosing out Billy Pauch for the vic• in~s be ~s the only one with a shot Dura-Luhe 200 -- a 200-lap NAS- o6'ers Super SpoitsmaR and Sprmt . . • modifed competitioa tory. at rt. - CAR Busch Grand National race, car racing tolqorrow night at B in The next-to-the-last ' t t om eveo _ p .. Just a renqnder that as part of -. . . don dg dFarnhe udgt, a seven-ti le d~y ented by AutoZone, on Satur- what wilt be tbe ]dst win~ sprint of the season will presented at the Freedom 76 selebration; the Penn National brings its regular :; car race at the track unL! Sept 27. Grandview Speedway in Beo annual Gold Classic will be pre- season to a close Sunday with the ~'ASCAB Winston Cup Series Eamhardt was at Richmond In- . . . thelsville, near Boyertown. At least sented Sept 12 at.8:30 am. In fact, Citgo 100 forsportsman modi5eds ~} champion, will be seven other ternational Speedway this past Big Diamond Raceway in t.S'me- 13 events of NASCAR sportsman Norristown's George and Pep that will eam the winner $10,000. .;
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. t1me;'.saldAo ~ Darlinqton, &C. - Dale Jarrett an& tm `ttiei _ . ~]effGordonhadthe.eameplan Jarrettl~'~~A,~the;lej ehpceeded and lost'GoNQtf raBed' ¢t Q i ~ y ti,dcon: r...c , ..,..i~t 4}~ Welcome to Datlingtdn IntemaHo ; pl Raceway, where' each' knows_ _I 1 .:Funmng uP;frontiis the'best.~a9?'.~ ' id disaster. i ~ .^.'•'lwesjusj'ctvlsingaround; Jart4ittW, tl'he925 _ Id I wes , right wheret'wanted to ge b ,. ,~O ~ ,, l.~ f _ '. - But he slipped on a few cents worth"COUnty' treck'C:~' % t ll di hi it Wi d i md f C - o o , en ng s pursu a m on• roa n o a e , :9doharbonus,andbeoamejuBte wintheroldes~. t. tor Sunday as'Jeff Gotdon;add~,~'oney ~~ name to a shbrt 11M of tho®e'who'hav~e But J ~.r the humblad "The Isdy In Hlack ' down whiletry1tf~ toi , -• With'a eomman llad bn the ' second'drivertd}eoltec!' lectMiWon,ali 96th of 367aaps on~e'treacherous dnUBpay,o, ~ttack, Jacrett's Ford euddenly sllppad ariae'sponeorYoemetorie ~ _trp the Mgh.b and,ecreped the :,fowmtVor:N kac nw y~allbelweentthrea'aridfow.That~yaars.1 tt<taguj jYc?p(~ a " +{ook' him^out~ofywntentlon dn:the,<r~rtlneteed *(io(rlo , ~,, uthern 500 and left the,inetonSe- aton Cup chaitpiojt; , ;70ct Million imclaimed,for;the llth >ahapenmonattti~ " Xralghtyear.'^-. t ttt ;>q,~ fr~Ce ',detentdned byfan ' - ' Unfortunately beNg ~oirttt there , senes leadiog iaiade me the firstguy to go through the ~ season made 311; Jarrettsafd."Wasupsetbecatutel peatinthetnWitionat ' _7cnew.we had the car to win the race ; end raceMeti 3 pIJ1 But he didn't, and Gordon's success: :Gordon, emerged ~ ~al defense of his Southern 500 title cent late-race battle to beat ~ :Tnade him only the second driver to win . Bn by b.23 sacon(ls for tbo`1 v1, .,2hree consecutive times at Darhngton of his career and o'be seconil ,_- "If ever there was a time to be ~, t; ~',hevroietlntj~el~p~trec r ~. i P F.. .., Izr .,~ f~art,~arQty . Inca Match and ~. aun' sdll on°the+mendifrqqi ethordfying flcdl[ ,creshfiqe;aee,ke agq was 12th Avio• ' ' ~ td 6a beetds'lOth at Der; . ,-ryeven,, 9 H~IgI x Aamd PeaT n ~sOtt tiro the;tratk9 too~ te ton t otame?R. ~~ a ~ haYnhardt i won;hree con pd .; l . saat~.L rpqes:et'Dnrl~ngton.:GordonE. whl v ro make hlatory next Mareh'. '~y3'•;when 6 goes,foi a fouFth in the 7Yan•- Ile,O ,South400..-''- -. Jarrett„ , n ihe,Da,ylona 600 2: and tie tq position th se4frdoP' a~ chese In the ' Ipi lYnel N/L4 o~"Qt,'theyear BBI' " ` ' have won the ' ; ElUott le tha' ni driver to bpttus deitt~5ap in 1A85,`its inaugurel Y4ardH`~~Ji~k f~ r r,~ u ~, ; y only rdoP y- who also won the 15 j Telledege.}'ace.thaOeft FaCnhardt re• ingr~tn • t F ' ~ x r«on p ~A~hereiy"'~teJdlt~oa~ith~~.roken the, or d a mina dpkY'mtlillyd~tum,~the~ii%sunim :,Thevktory.wasthel2ththisyearfora,
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Worcester, MA Teleqram & Oaretb Woroerter Mat bee 6e1urdar D 111,410 AUG 81, 1998 Naeae PRESSCLIPPIN6S .... .. . . ... .. . . ' ~. sf± ljq~0 (7r_ yrti, . .,, ~ • DARLINGTON, S Cr-,Dale Jar•' . rett. credits extensive testing aad M81'tlrt`Wlnb~ olel some sound advice for, the Ipole he p won yesterday in purstttt q€a $1t~i1< DARLING~OM~ C~ `trr wl tA a ark Mar rY in the [ abor Day weekend race. rrS'r lion bonushe would collect ' ' , w that Terry Labonte; •the' Winston Cup . victory tomorrow in the Southern tin needed just pjt9lap to ¢ho 500he,ll be the anan,to beat at the Dura- series points leader, was second at "Certainly, that pald~off a lot,° Litbe200 agai'„` ' 164.860. Jarrett said of the testing thatmade hisrunseemeffortless=ararltyat;. , troublesome . Darl3ngton; Iyternn-, tional.Raceway,;,.,.; ,,;i; Jarrett'broke 'the'/'qualifying , record for NASCAR's olde8f'race ; with a run of 170.939 mph;;AB fhe i practice he had.ovef the la,st month at 'the 1.366-mile track resulted in }ust the second pole of his Winston Cupcareer: "- J,arrett's.Ford Thunderbird was fiimed in'`28,7@9 seboneedgingathe"` ChectFolA'Muntekt.arliCAtd6f~ series and race champion Jeff Gor- don by .017 secon,ds: Gordonr_tr, ying-i; ,to wln for the third straigbt,tiln. at;,t Darlirigton, where ttvQ;races arg run,; ; annuaBY~ went 170.Q3$.$;'/ >' rt u' . 72i;;~ In addition to:the winner's share' ofa,$1,3millionpurse;Jarrett+Willbe; :' ;try,ing;to collect a bongs,offered by; ; seilea'spopsor R.J..Reynolds;to any; ; ilriver,wllining thr.Ge:of four,NAS-, CAR;majors in the same year. He won the Daytona 500 and, the Coca•, . " Cola'600, but failed,ln the Winston'` Selectb00. In addition to the big bonus, Jar• ' rett would get more than;$7Q,000 for, , winning the race, a bonus;of $76,000 : for winningfrom the pole and anoth-;;z er $50,000 should he take the lead in, , the series points race. A ",Martin's speed of 165.799 mph put him up frontfor the Busch Grand - National series race at Darlington Raceway: Ifalso,put him in prime osition for his fourth s tra ight v icto-
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Naplel, FL Newe NiPIN MuAm Thundsy D 0,759 AUG 29, 1988 nMeuntaln Dew So V~J N `~~~~~~ ~l ~m®® _.. .,, PRaSbCCIPPI G] • '{e~oJarrelt ame~inteo~thls eBa anSVlth career earn=~llt 4 really more about heing able to wear that tag,;' •~~k ' t mil t`~•he satd °L•"very,ttme,~t1[yya.otroduce Iltottiany~ a e . ~ahotber ~~ ll~,~dre~e .i('e'Af1.~4P11<flutlan,~J.lk!~isakty.B+.+t~ ,sports, auto ra'ci~ig,rrtay stfll,,.h„o;v'ed some catching up to do. „ ~ r ~ , Byl'EfEIA~OBELII other reason NASCAR has grown in populadty,iAP,Spanswnter becausetheyhaven'tlosttouchwiththoirfans '`-DARLiNGTON, ~S.C ~A.millron dollars ' The million was nice; said Elliott, but it's the do,esn't sound as impressite as`it once did •accomplishment that has stayed with him the past~r.ran an;era ofnjne-figurGbontract.q huge tele~~i,;'sdecade:.That's hclped him remain bankable de-sion-deals and teeq,age~~~ltimilhona'res, the spiteafouo-,vearslump: uN7nston Million bqhtis!that Ual6'~Tarrett could widt~ `"Everything changes,frbm year to year and we,8unilay, In the Soulheth 500 sAnfls' kind of eklia', know we w ere fortunate to'(win) it," he said,•, PY. ,r,~;.A'fex ue@lcs ago9rDalewes racing at the1J• 1a[es,agrees n's.the~~feat that.has everyoneaBtlelq•ardfor algosCS600,000;',seld Jerretta catrtalktn&notthemoney,~~,', , ' '' now;(ter,-Robert Yates."%That's oiore than halfw,av to I s, . 6r ` ' -' - -„. A: miUion dollara niaybe doesn't go as thr but ' Million, glvea, Da`Ie; Jarrette few polntera : ff Jarrett takea, the clieckered In Sunday's ~ Check, e, 61, ~ t;;~ Compared to,.'the~money bein'k;tossed around elsewheye in • InagTc'numbarto.ttieuf4f1Hegan"'said.a"1'hat,lan=,r butthoyhavenkwontfireeofihoBefour,'hesaid,' ,Veople'can relatg pn.ddl rs I{ !r ough here and won eight 10'races in a season' o ~ n ngc r a,v u es e o l ona.an ar ottc to set-.f; -, tdega-money has worked its way into Winston httn;y$p!for atry~-a, .the bqnus;•;oftered to dryyera sr,Cup,raeing. The.sport.paid out:on,ly$100;0001n its' '}vho.wlnthree of f15C`eBrs fpur niajor events .',.! , first serieg championship 25 yeats ago with $40,OO1)' CJearly, an extra,S1{nllllon d ould be nice But to,tlleiwlnner. Now;the points champ gets $1.5 miW it rs the sarpe amotihtBill Elligtt won 11 years ago_ ~ lion and the runnerup a92Q1100, which is $20,000' Gwhenttio~prizewas t~(,¢~p~pd~N,.°' morethanElliottearneq forhts18g8tttle, -f, t`Tffat'd a good hl~h~~laey~'otqsRegad B~aports ,, ka~ ~st yoar, oAl four~Wmaton Cu races offered, administration prqfeo { the iUnivqrdrty: of Y P >8ouInipActt1?~.Carolina i~ega;lhsds'~itiade ebonom/c" Dursesunder$lmillion: 'studtes op{he s9'Ilrlrgto¢xeces''sa}s`pbo-' Even if $1 million doesn't sound as impressive`.. ple ge(,lost in the ~12Qj7n~tllon~dee'Ip of Shatryi,ll8 as it once did, Jarrett says`he still wents •to be" ONeal.and ptl@s of'ryoney ttiFQpn'at youngstera~, ~•~illio nillion Dollar Dale" Ukengoaferu. sketpal p@ "Thlnk~ bow mang-good race teams have come:. l t t l • ~di~~vi~ ~'t0~- ~ dCh~ i ~~'----~`~~~ ~
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52270 1-679 oprpnse evQryon ~~ _' b l m e y eaViin f ~ th tin t ira~ g "spo ~a , Sehr¢d~r` one of the last , < .~ ~ „ attemp~cjuahf}wg:: eamed~fo~sth~ ` FourtH Is pretty good~nbSrt;I ~ wish we~could have been a1i£tle 1+ , better ~Schrader'sald ` I6thmk ~f Earnha y we'11 b'e9gbod Sunday#We'~{vVere lus;;bes.t,'4t7ie~the tle>cambunchous4~Adspnnmiyt ~ Yarrett noti ~ Sterfi4 Martin was fifth~foY x, Rqs yhonlo;w w ,,.,at.$ I w ~"I~arkjMarGnnand,'.Chad q so~th~iJno~caT°ti o l~_ e,o~hoppedFinto the,lYo 29 ing asaaceafr~ , ,,,, Cartoon:NetworkllRonte Cad~jof "posslbly~evenrafsecon ev tlt thelSraxClme and rolled 000€f;rom.W ns= 50 , ~ ; i ~ i ~ h h ' .t ent oca pg y, ~ , ~ ~a e and lea v ~ Dal arnhardt, onceAag~i(n ~ac~alie sam _ look n~r*fuslrqecotd~tyin~Oth YtFr`e~ra mftliiid aF. :k ~OSGE `I' ~~ ' nvictorys at<DarltnFIto,n ~aCe~va, a ' ;qli hfied~l2tli.~t~sa --€ : utof.the lead ,•~', cactoo far.into turn four, tagge&:.,- Remind~d oL the potential pay the wall aan~ Czashed, then; savs i> . q y,- ..15'~ S[[ ' ~ W ~ th a~w ~added, now . blaze oafihe frontstretch n> r't: ~, •: gUre7i"col~letetitneF~p : a iuL more:peopietgec•oui ox2yne~~~; One wh0 tBda~oIIOw fhaE lan -ttu'ottle than you normally see P yon,$' ' J_a&Cettr,esponded his car iga;jte.in a-speetacular.•~~ " -Fullnvi~nn.nnafitnr:RinlrvRnrlrl'. but nervous,.. ~.-, , ~. -' ---- -~ ~ • ~.:, iumned-nver ihP nit wa11 and ~ran' : I~p wui~n t l c o us res ue WrTapproac}ieAM, :ettle diffet- .; Ironically,; Jarrett said. ^ ently~~ar~e~5 yt,lr'~I~et thec~ Burton~"s_ wreckmight havye Y i elpednhis cause>by slow€ng : 011 into theyO, tst) cornei, aVd > , that waysj~carned~at]qtRo~ speeil everyone else down. ,; h t>' t~i'roueh there'and4bicke.d the "'O ",It certainlv ¢ot evervbodv'sf93 hrottle;up e;arHee,~,Tlimns=three ,-attention;?' 7arretttsaid= ` ': •f' : , andafoTii wete~iietty~sTic$"and vu ess vou ean`do foz;hut°somei u times it doCsn'trwork.out I it defimtgy'Sdded to same ne'. P ` "" •• x" ~ " ~ ~^ - maybe squeeung out of the thrai~ . up theie,'py~just~~ squeezmg de. U on;the truck.later, T heai d.. out of;the Fhrottle'ltut wanted to P Rs ~.:.. .~,.~. y.......~ b.. _ Z:
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iAu]u,la0,t9D6 ..., ~ , . • . ,.~/ „i 9 M06:FAELAW : ,, / t~ , ~. NO ONE TIRE HAS EVER GONE SO FAR TO GIVE YOO GREATER CONFIOENCE. s-~a~, i'ichclin's revolutionarv X-Onc" radial will give you better wet tracrion tharn any rain lirc. Plus more control in more conditions for more miles Ilion any other tire. M1CliEL1N SuppE, Onc ~ ELUEADETGw CITY 339-40P, 14 KILL ®EVIE. HILL 'it•4•1°6iJi 1"l %Z~ '.~'m not envious~j jous. They can't;e uran n e 91 'onq ne~16W1 =f , alltt D st t R n~i `od ~' t run.-z IiraRing and e 1t8 ti kudiQn:til'. drat`tt~W ''Ra S~huttthel , 4 atrt. Itt~.~ ~`t{1°C(ntsti;but- t nocked,ln p¢ It}g,~wetitr~an•ayy as ~Y,`e ende'd•up ! :he)race'wes belled v qss~e?, ,. :. belqg able~to sayi' i e;^nowthgefto~ i}h'~Clesh id~ y X-That~ 'driver' ps;,HvIefnly 5 a,ohaneeao race : i{the,twln'126 y s that set~ nay(~p) - . fth~tl" ybnaora. aoo n txe't~ceE Plpe baPSSd, The OelyM/snos, ElaDSn e::tt?; N^ Musgrave OK with his own anon..ymity.11n By Mark Aumann ' SIEEOWMIrER . ' MGORESVILLE - Chances are, you wouldn't recognize Ted Musgrave if the Winston, Cup Ted Mue r9vo regularcame up to you and ;yyfnstonC p'dd~ver«~ - ahookyourhand .°- - <th6 He finished seventh in the idS ~lnd t b'~ ttae.,o youeareoecon; {n± ~' Winston Cup point standingsittdfiih j ssen..annsracec last year won over $1.million ~-yusgravefinisht ~ r ;h',`;, . doll$ drives alongsidr races during the fir 7 lt : Matli' pn one of the4op 1995 to move Into tfib 1 I ohnr ~' ~-teams, Ircuit '~~thetVinstonCUpcslii Ings~"~ But T usgrave is nearly including a string of s t, ifhtl invisible n compared to the topten flnishes'ands x -sa r, majorslarsryraceweekend Y~~~o ,. ,.: , And to be honest, he likes It that '. Musgrave captured thC al waY tion of-the fans;but"suddeq~7 kind of like being in the his 7uckturned bad aftcr`th'G.' shadows a little bit" Musgrave fd hl~itoheR , . Heounsway'n:ts said. "I'm not envious or jealous ten only tvvtce over;the final (of other, more popular drivers) races of the season ~? ~` They can't even go lo a restau rantandeat.Theypaytheprico forthefrpopularity. "' "There are tlmeswhen;I bet they look over and wish:they< Ted." ''~ I4~- were just like :-.9t's notbecause 6[ hls pory sonat,lty:,~hgpott-spokeni ertlcu~ haPPYCoBPa Theypay eP „w, w ingIt'sJustthathe'suncomfort . .y~is ... ableinthespotlight.' > dlpopularityThereare y1~naS If .Ted has a mentor, a dnc "r =" w.hen I bet they look"6ver; et , helooksup to,itwould'beTenyt~ Labonte.~ThetouBh79xanis.l i , wlshtheyv,erelusd 'tl~d known for his•bubbly persoh I , ~~ _ Ted ht saV,B ty, but he knows how t fet t t8 the front and stay there. x.k Winston CuP,ddV9 d ' "Labonte is very quletan laid-back;'Musgravesaid•''He , just goes out and does the Job "There were a few things that (Labonte's teammate) Jeff happened to us in 4he second'a7`~o. y . Gordon gets all the television ha]$"'he said ' We.had two fleta ', :asw•, exposure and the girls are faint tires and three mechenical faB 'is cru .y ing all over him, butTerry's out ures:Itwasoutof-6Lreontrol ~'.thebg there leading the point stand With Musgrave sitting on the ;run t , , ings." : edge of the top 10 againffiis soa - tvle~ke Musgrave, the 1991 NASCAR son can the Rouse:Ra~ing teeln~deydg . Rookie of theYear,isfocusedon avoidanothersecondha]fslida7~rlghte getting a competitive edge, e,cn We dtdn t panic,' dMusgreva crash' if that means staying out of the said::!'Wtth our.steffand prEpa 1~ µre ~~~~~ spotlight. ~~ ratfon we hopeahe gremi'ns^~.th'~e t . When he's not at thetrack ssoii t nop up agaln:YOUcan tlelS<and t}i .tq ~ he's with his wife and three il snov.ball You heve to keep'refter ll(~ . childrenattheirNorthCarohna gnipB and put:it out t yom 16th i1 n home: And when he's not wilh hlsfamily,he'sattheshop.. Mtisgreverhasnt 1wonsa,_.~s 1Vinstotl Cup race,butlt'sfio' •' "I'dratherbeattheshop;xith •, a wrenches inrtiy hand, pbshing t rirom~a6k~ ot' trying or lack n cars around the shop or;domg , equlpment And~h'8's63d th&f ould" anything torthe Crew,' sald the ~1 firstylctory ccha)}~e;hf- 40-year-old native of Franklin '~tealri'sfortunes lr t;Fsl'~ 0 j e Wis. "That's the'way1 gred up -"'lv9e Just need so - v:IO That'smybackgroundPtop-fiveLnishes;""h2nu,u)r;}jrA'd, That background'inFludes like to whi a•race and rufl~'Up ive ~ running Wisconsin short tracks frgnt,It s my job as a dr sometimes four or five times a, hevp a good tSttittide ek,oE d" week:ThattaughtMusgraveto crew pumped up~aq:one r' conserve hia equipment; thlclgs going reasonwhy the Fzmily Channel rd 1Certalnly there S o o gh Fo rarely gets rumpled In the heat of battle, pride to allow for a hoeet or twoft~iy° ~ ykq„ a q~e, ^Everybodyuptheterunscon rutthat8notmedMusgravg,s; y~ e: n~ ~a 6~olewa ~. slstently and smooth Musgrave ay'[ie'd rather1et somepner.-~ i,twad'seally.ItkeY "You couldn' sald.t bully your else havp the epotllght whlle he to do }g~In ou2flCef~race and' , way to the front. The more races, `makes consistentstrides towerd put tha RCA:car.14'.the'winner'ss you ran, the more money you - the Winston Cupphampionshlp. clrcle:, . .. levei, ~On the places wine re lonk- :7bughto Tame." Whether we'g 'i th ~11 dh~ ard to comg to ls = ntoi e.wa an get t ~ g. aoing't n Our tcam eluaysa.;y;Daclingtonghipe"orgetintos glkh.f)<o ekiavea;httleextra >acoldentor,llkeintheTranSOw / ''~Rln 1 1900 h t ` ' hw~fo do.hvell iq ~~ apn a ave• o,come i ' W and4op'off~iLel dur/ 'the le i hecause our oar1, ng~ .. ;_Yarborough isfrom,;~fgwlapa,it'salwayadomethin$•: d'It'shis home`'fi-our.teamds~righton.tl ,-, 8~1de11fyywoll and'~lverge of-'capturing ite flt's2;w Aal)~atMSeflinBton, but we,,j ~;-jrremy Mo~ e7dts aJk11-tir ave'doflnf~t~4iere.xeneeato ":drWerahthe-NASCi1RWirub ItseF n~ltkb"(ve~"alwaysjkrasesome::+Ca ctrcutfand amonthty cn ~t}'pgb~",p~blcl)~t.f}ISkack `7Lq;;f~t~aWr•fOSPEED'~5-:"
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© fA ~, yv"~t~~i~:. tnmae fh0 0 6 E~ ~ali / ff 6{ ia Pol9'. Ca ry ;htvS,'~kA1tia3!S r~4c:• f f ~, { ,_.. :... ;Wmslor7"~iW.drlver Dple plarrettp Sunday's Mountain DdviSdhth4 _rn ` DS,RLI~iGfOM 'The . -$anduu(pehYee q ~al ~'Jarretl ;hla n51Npp~ doUaqp~_~y~gSAA . r 1tnAwlny tkB' ' Ifig a7good { ap 'at thp'~Wlnatohl t aarr tyyvent.outand ~r .t~i~~l~mt'xttl . :.CeT e~ redia•~d,to _~riUr'g S ero 5o6~~gotd e~ 170 B9! 29.769e ,y nt'amucheasierto'ryn}heraee~ ;Nat39uwadi'tofto{n fraitt~tv -(t s not eady, to 0 h~re. abi :agood tn ~'~~1abt°. ka . ousy k peld oHherQ ~ Hodine he o, u~ th 45 cetp ppo atta}npted to ahi~ After, tbat onlv oqe: _- thr a~lened to4aEethe (op's •bwaq„ defending Wiastbn" = pomt¢,rkhgtnyion Jeq Gordo ~" rua~..,~ ,. m,.. attemo,on.el,DAdinglon;Racevifly',tefl~r Jarrett wonthe poleior . :. r i- ~ . ~ . . . ..~. . ~ ta kt;r~...y~ sn `F.vi .. o..u.aa~maN.ue pafendlqg Npnston Grup 'champlon end winner,of the last two Winston up races elDadington•Raceway Jefl Gordon, straps himself into his' Sr before!qbalHylnp F.dday. afternoon. won the outside pole 8end will startnext to Dale Jerrett In Sunday'$ fioutharn 500 ~i ...1." . /,l.n
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52270 1674 Success in qualifyui::~xoves worth of testing DARLINGTON, S.C. (AP) - Dale Jar- as you"c4n. I spgr,~oa~hed it different1y, let the Coca-Cola.' 600, ' but failed in the: rett credits extensive testing and some the car, roll to the::no er. That way, i car- Winston Select 500.: - sound advice for,the pole he won Friday ned adot ofthere." Only Bi11YEllrott has collected the- in:pursuit of a$1 milhon bonus he would Jai retl2broke~the~ g record, for . VfT ° elec~t,~Million, accomphshing ,collect witli a victory Sunday mv the NAS; o ce-w1th a•~run , of ~' y; the Southern 500 in' PSouthern ~0 ~{] ~. ` 17 ±th, `prnctice he had'over 1985, the "first ye,ar the bonas was of- Certauily, thatpaz d off a]ot" Jarrett' tli ~ontl~aLFt~„I 36fi mile t~clfre fered.-Itvo athers,- DarrelLRYaltnp and; %said o£the,feshag thatmade his run seem sult9~~ se~'ond pole of hIS ;:the late Davey. A1lison = failed m"at-- ,effortless - a rartty'at troublesome Dar- Witasto ~~ tempts to win thebouus whenxhey lost at ?ingtonInternationalRaceway. ;, Jaett'O~Thupdrrl ird w~s'.timed Dazlington Andy'"the`39-year-old Jarrett credited- m 28 69;sectin'~ ~tg.the Chevrolet In, addition to the big bonus, Jarrett' crgw~cluef~Todd~ariott with givulg ]um - Monte C~arl ` dmg series;and race would get more than;$70,000 for winning a helpfu7 tig. champion, n~by 017'seconds. the race, a<bonus of $76,000 for winning "To~ told me before I got in the car Gordon' trymg~t wrn for the, -third' from the.,pole and" another $50,000s thaY a lot of people#hatwere driving ir~n straight~te~at~D~lingtow where two • should he"talte the ]ead in the series, hard into"turn one seemed+to' be washing ", ra Y,went 170 833 points race: ' . -~ it_ up the race track ' That's somethin~-Iw ~ wmner s share;,of a Jarrett's speed broke the race qualify- : saw m testing that tYie hardery ou,tned, $1 3K arretf wiZT ing mark "of •167,$79, set last year by John : to get:in there; therl.ong~tit toolcyou to to cpllec~aboniis~of~e;ed,by n Andrath : ------------ getbackintothethrottle' sor,RJ~Reyiuolds~o any drsver~vr>uuluig: Geoff _Bodme.~_Vras third-fastest in: a:; When.you've got,the `engine_I have, thr~e of~four Ne1SCAR maJors -uY:. the Ford, turning a lap"rat l'70:472 Next carrie the key is to be in the throttle just as soon same; year,wHe won the Daytona 500 and the Chevrolet of Ken'Schrader. Waukesha, WI Freeman Milwaukee Mat Area Saturday 021,024 AUG 31. 1996 N5762 aaMPRESS CLIPPINGS
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Gordon enjoys hi~s ifortune'sapt . .~+tf Jarrett; s 'e,g~'Pen~, ~ t ~ ~y •' ueweoxtnnµren,m,vrass witLout warning.rGOrdon, sud 6. den(y stmgggng after kading 16 o ` `DAR£JNGTON, S•C• -Jeff Gon the first 261aps, bad Mte Yo slo , . don walted untR the 8nat161eps andavoidthemelee,•" ' t '1 here Sunday afternoon to break "That was,a cntclal.part:,~the Hut BhicWin's heart in the South- race,",; Gordon salq attet„lity~aev- ' yktory thls year; tw;o~re ~ ern fi66. .. enth ,. Dale Jarrett didnR have to wait thsri aqvone eiae.,"it,look~, •ot ' nearw thst long• hu tt a lot of good caTR: II the Drivhtg the race of tds Iife, . •ever a time to be atitU7 or ee' th ' StricklinseemedpotsedtopuRone andfadmg,thatwaslt" ~^~ of the biggest upsets ever at Dzr- . A' long green-flag segdtdnt .lington Raceway. He'd led three between laps 82 163 ~ ~ c .; gumtng y s u appen timcs for 1431aps and needed lust the contendess 4 ' 'a Qo•to ~ Moun ~Southeitt 300.at s few days o ' 16 morG for his fust Wlnston Cup half that metq,Jimtyv 8peposr'kd . ~4~ .• .ag •. Apparently, Schrader made e. . v1MOry. -- - three timea [or 69 ]epe,' ¢uEldt fhp ~, Pu'Lagtdnr qteri'o;et tyfonte.. That is aot tha only exempk-~ handshake agreement with But Gordon would have none of wall end fell from contentloa; R• ne UI„le uVnt weu WWR w lq,Wt16-YHayuO. ' catch up to Stricklin with 41 lapsStricklln wholed remaining then hounded him for. 46 60, and 47 laps ld ; , , , . 251aps.Hefuudtv rnadealow%tde no'mntch for Gordoti passentering iLm $ onlep 352 stretch. "0nce Jeff g - and easily took the lead.jF:.. kpew I doukln4 ho ld ' Once in hbnt,.there,wes;no =daid"It s dleappolrt , ; questioning the outcome. Gordon ;haqe,to'resllae iNa, ' -. lly ' beat Stricklin bY 6-236 secoada. eYce._ ptlpna h with - thlyd-place -Mark • MartbCe4yeldtWe" almost a full lap behind. The Wlth 50 laps re lapped cars of,Ken Schrader and of leadlap con John Andretti rounded out the top- reduced to Stricklk~j , five in the 23rd ofthis year'6 31 fJn, lrvan and`Sdua , -Winston(.rp races.... : temaWng Itwasdowq The back five were Bobby apdi0ordon, )vRl,r~ ~~ EMelrvan Labonte Stts'lingMar- wltheaeltlap '; ~ , , t ; > e~ ,. lin, Bill EWott, and l.ake Speed AR To soane it looked Ake Gq{dph but seven of the 42 starters we re running at the finish of the 367-lap, f00~mUe race. . Jarrett's bid to win and carn a mluion-0ollar bonus from &J- Rey- nolds Inc• ended when he crashed at lap 46• He Antatted 14th, two laps behind and EIy11NpR•poorer thanRhe'dwon• To his credit, Jarrett took it welL "We had a good car, the car to beat," he said. "But I went into Turn 3, tdt some oil, andd went slraight Into the waR There's not yodg wesr it ouL" •, .- • much you can do about sometbing ,. Gordon thus becatne; otdy'.;tbe, like that Getting caught up In second driver to win thiee conseo~ someone else's misfortune Is part utive raees at'DarBngton RecewqV: . of racing. -., -.. Dale F.amhardt won in the r of? . i "I said all along I was more con- 1989 and both mces In 19Gox° -' cerned with something like that don won last year's•~, tt~Mtet;i §00, than 1 was with my car. lt's disap- the spring ~ita[u9yuut. 406,-.and : poin6ng, but that's the thing about Darlington. It's sl-dl the toughest i( "!'(KdnR'giorv up with ftte , •, place we rece•" ppn°oY Darlington llke a lot of For once, leadingwasn4 the eredid;'hesald'Tdheard'aRthee placetobea~qefJatnetyseeond- horror stoties,then I fouftd';dht--: ,,ryp~p~rehbdriuudng Rusty when I got hereJust how hd'e;fliby - 'nValiace arr ourlh-mnning Terry had been, The place will b~•~pu . labonte Ldt the oil m water flrst, nnudngNatornwdngE(kh;..,. ' Jellereonvllle, IN Newe LeYYnlle Md Aru AUG 81. 1898 Nluneb, IN Sler Prne Munen Mst Arrs Mcnalr o42,oee SEP 2, 1886 N2570 /~/~~/ • -°~Wty rrta s5 C6rlrtMes - ~ Around the 'are • ~/ Rules change? ~.lhat change? By Monte Button [be niles ere the san qes they ' A DBNaI DEAL: Latest NASCAq Thls Week . . were for the Mtller.40o 6t indica6on is that last week's BRTST'OI:,~Telut Yes,,'',. -. Michigan,fNcourse,thalyace . nimortage-namely,the ' Yrgtnta, NASCAR has was held on June 23• -'1' move of Ken Schrader from the changed its rltles; agam; and in a' The rules weroyuite diffemnt 'Budweiser No. 25 to the Skoal typlcally sutiepU4ousTeshion. at the GM-Ooodwrench40e,, ' No• 33 - is probably going to :theMi )ugenracethatwas'~ - 6eld h Be ;~S ' qda . a~uwed 6 add aa of seman4cs bung played by, Andy peuee to make the move, Carlos will be r Ibdlf mch (fro"~m;,n to 6) to the NASCAR otf•icials•t.. neglecting one small detail. dear spoder+yd~A'quarter-inch " On Friday the governing ;, ,Schrader signed a new contract n19th to 3t'} to the liont air - body'vice president for with Bud and car ownerRick ' s _. , competition, Mike Helton, ~ - Hendrick over a month ago. . '.,'Ihis change was uoi otficially . assured reporters that no - Hendrick apparen6y is willing relea.sed Rather; 3t was posted I changes,would be made until {L . to let Schrader go, but in s shon nouce on thi side of after Dailington;so aa not to Budweiser is'unhappy with the . alter Dalelarrett's prospects of ~S anangement amston(.Lp,'vckngWhw' wit4tdngtheSit6i11ionWinsmnlt"pgsumingSchradardoes. {uked about lp the standard line Boaua tiqnove}o a new team - and ' t vps that lherE was no rule'The o(ficial take on that ; het would be gained by - e1~nge at ally; comment bow t4. "Oh,no, we ~eoping an unhappy driver with "vlTro mlas.9ro.the same es said there would be •no changrs qe Hendrick teaml-thc likelier was riding along toying th ,. W l t , , " he'duuntete~ Stricklin. "No , , . didn't have any choice but't~ ~pl t`I •. low hfm. I was better than h1q Ott' ) Tum2,sothat'swhere;p.eededto ' makemymove•I,final(vSoCljgqqd~ ,i rUnonhlmandbestNmdnwntM lo Tum 3• " "Give Hut credit because he was . • really strong all day: I worked him ; over, but he kept running It hard, - getting It sideways. The thing :1s, ., though, If you"restdewsvs,.,here - agaiqSundayatte3fuon . . ere at~fictugen " said a to the Fapde (wltioh JAirett. Llndidales to drive the No• 25 -~ o sQQke~sman which dtives).'fiis change is t Q the ck•next season appear to be -; r4r;' °. Chevtolets." Wud Burton and Derrike Cope• ..~ n ,' . ... ~ ~ 1 s
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Picayune, M8 Ibm Wednuder D 5,430 AUG 28, 1996 p/~~t/~a/// N3502 iliW®®PRRSSCLfPPINGS DARIdNGTON;S.C i m(AP) ;ic;, Forget your, f r~t fr1 .~~ oga ` `' speedways 146 Qt,~dl~lui - `` ury bozes crumbli s 1il't r?g+ r ~ h ~s a~eway^ bnilt=for,6ootlegge[9nd, ss Tor re stop on rednes bemgswept ~ gleaming newn~~q~wpalaces. cuit and jad~ed'D Far f1f tbe neW: faps and spon- the siies , ir . sora corrting 4 to"!N~A~CAR the lkrvers' covete4 sport's biggest story:~otdd unfoid UUe, like oo`fO at Darlitigton RecewaY, its oldest, meant~'su~8s~i v thruugh~ superFpeedway. ' Yi AWhen. Dale 7arre~t lir>es up to. , t `' for the Winston h{ilhon in tho: Southern SOon Su: he'll It basically on the satneslayout as~ Fireball Roberta andiBuc~@ ~kerra. ran on back7tn Urep 950s l+ Dir,lingloh le~a,~'~retty i' good,;shot "~u~the~prm,"~~sa ' ~Xa~esqevnenoC=.r.. u Robert ~t~t~~~~ ~~~ ~p~~~/. dr Tlr ,"'T•w7~t3E 0 !~!° r nusio s •s;rour P~.. . ,... _. d'nt~f tati~ . Seple [hie WI ~ N~fjSCAR selltnB out or sqnetlnng tpat t mak` ,'lisas: Aboutei lota oflnone~ chan ..,. Y ry9 la 4he peopje hands.~ ~~i {%! ~, u try tliiss~cut Who are keeping (But)thcy've kept Uungs i~; j`, thtngs m3Sp?ddpecuve ~ Jarret :{a'and gottene~good handle oa' safid;lmsuretiiey;veltadmany~bgg~e7~>b(nk'rUtese rlc6t}ecl~sr ' mqnY opportunities that we,don't I tliei weieihere inttie leaner'ti I;now abtiut,Yand never wi11,"of csn'still:be hFr_eYpttdiidqlwyll .N thi?s tsYhe beat thtng-that;;could huppen. those'Tqj'~Mgh,ol's oj racing,, we'r.e.just ; probably lies~'beaei i l iggest bang, in years 'The race ' ping'its`{wo'race~l t as bcen ;'sold ouv:jor, seven ; . ~:; athe TranSouth 400 weeks, Hurtter, said, andd public 5(10 -.in futuro ° relations msnager Russell Bran- hedules '{ hamhasturrteddownmoremedia' es f~a exp~t~bar ~ requests}harihehasprocessedfor , wind,d~likexNprth;` the`Labor Day weekend race. (NC) .s;;Wulaton,1 "Dale.7airett will help our eince 19Ri1 tlut he1d, sport whether, he wins this thing . QOD'3people e~ N os~ ornot' Huntersaid "Ihewayhe ' ~ mitof the 1997;sc ule. handles himself his pa8ence~ his " ~s tices wrll goa/; tbe~ew personalrty."; etTexaaMoto%S~eed 7arrett is:also excited not ,tbe other to New.}i(tnp only at his shot at capturing the + which csn pack l. ~,U00' Wtnston Mithon;but also at win- nmg SouUtern-500`like his the sard Da~lrngton has,' father, Ned;;did ln':1965 and at ml~arnr~~yse~nding ., doing'it only;40 miles from where otm8 ' he'grew up lnFOamdenr; Car ~~.. Jarrett l2tqws D~ulington ~ wiU;.i "edh ;never"look`+rl1~t~'NASCAR'sl; . ~u s~H iUt , newer; fanoYer'tracks.'But havutg'';. ~ ,v ~bUsmc c, toy;hls big day,come at Dailington is ~7 fi ~ • ~cnore, tmpogtant 'to him"and
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RWO--11, (CmtmuedhmPsaeaD :.onfirmed.'You've got to create excitement tn make performance aetter. We've 1>eea doing this for 13 years aow -webe learned a a and hopefully we ®n operate ,n a championship level with ooth teams.• While the famed No. 4 Chevy aas n Pertner lined up for 3997 (Jeff r Putvis?), several drivera d rldes seem to be up in the air next year. Ken Sehrader ia s trongly rumored to be interested in driving the Skoal No. 33 Chevy, while Jeremy Mayfield supposedly has offers to drive the No. 37 EMart Ford or stay put and return as the driver for Cak Yarborough Motursports. Ward Burton's." name has been mentioped.as the next driver of the Nm 33 or the H®dricYs No. " 25 Bud-mobile, should Schrader gallop out of the garage. Morgan Shepherd, Steve Grissom, Mike Wallace,. - Kyle Petty, Ted :.fusgtave and John Andretti are also. - among the drivers alledgedb' looking for new parlung m tbe garsge area. Part alpuizle fell intop1ace Friday aReraaon`when'~dt afssG.ennouneed .a~three-yeer deah.,tq Buteh -,drrvar the. Na 75 Remington .Arms T-Bud for ESock Motoespoits Stry,^ tuned. .~. . No longer BIH-now Bnstol- Motor Speedway hosts the first tiASCAR doubleheader under the lights on the 'Daytona of shoR trecks,' as Marlin raBs the . August.pight race in Thunder" Valley„when the~ GoudA 500.takes"oBSaturdsyst7:30 p.ml ` on ESPN. Tyrry::,l.abonte, survtved a:a las4lap Cuodwreach poke end . slid across the finish Bne side- ~ -,vays to win last year's rain-de- fayed. Gody's 500 on the World's : FasfeeCShmtTtaak. NASCAR has also eonflrmed... :he- firsCWinaton cup eveat: ;chedqled for the new CaliforQia . Speedway in Fontana, Ca. wild oe June 22, 1997. CBS Sports nas setured the rights to televise .he Texas 500 from Texas Motor ipeedwqv next April 6 and ,wner Bruton Smith has . mnuupced plans to build Bria- .ol's seating capacity tn 130,000, nhile Iooking into the possibility ~f placing a dome above the 76degreehighbanks.Honest . David Green holds a 41-point ead over Randy Ialoie with seven races left in the Busch'~guest next Wednesday on Grand National Series and the `: RACING CONNECI'lON Craftsman Track Series roars .; (WWAC TV-53) at 7 p.m. Call back into action sunday with the .-1-500-545-0053 and talk to Western Auto Parts America 150 ~t Fuller about his second year in from the road course at Watkins ': the big leagues of stock tar Glen (ESPN,1 p.m.l , .,'raeing, Get Connected Former North- '- Nert Week: Jarx'tt goes fer tbe east modified champion, 1995'~ Winston Select Million on the Busch GrandNational Rookie of ~:14ack Tao Tough To Tame'-11 the Year and Busch Pole winaer .' years to the same weekend forFridayrs Food City 250 azt ~CarmineCatalana'sManDollar N61MIb, NJ BridBMgn Nevn MilMlb Ed. Ylatbnd M.t 4.. 9aturdq 01,590 AUG 24, 1996 N63741 52270 '-E53 BMS Jeff Fuller, driver of th Bill EIBott won the fira_t RIR $1 N0.479anaeo^`-•••,wlllbe•`--.miBlanbanY6 ' rRaSSC[ . rrfrNf.r "'^.r "'~ . . ._a_.. ..,.,. ..._. .. . ._._ _ - arretf'wins his iourf.h; eyes Winston Select ' aon -nu ngns anvets, nama rae NASCAR Winaton Cup drrver ' b:aek where' he, won his.~ Ndlonger au 7outsder Jerreti sh at M1S. Combined with ". -; Wmeton Cup event RWO Lsela right at home as is comfort- ' J Gordoo s fifth place finish :'~asamedrivarhaswona' ' °aMewrth,L~s `autreimdmgs at DtJeF"mr .rt'a17th-plsce. ' of superspeedway chases at the) Car.r owqer,,. Rabert 'Yates' RobertYates Racing. ,.ahow,ng, "labonte, the 1984 ~ World Center of Racing in.` 'seand'team has already drnven '~"It's~prei.ty incredible, htau't ., F~ natun Cup ehampi`n, February: And this driver ban';L tn Victory Lane in three of the aoy enough about (RYR team .i4rea.sed his pomts. lead tp-a also won a total of 1,100 miles ofj biggest races in motmspnrts, and manager).. Larry MeReynolds, --n-higb 134 over the two events at Charlotte Motora Sumla7ls convinringwin iaMirh- Robert Yetes and Doug Yates.' fo~}'uer'champions Jarrett sits Speedway and twoAugust raeesp igan "sets the stage for Jarrett's ' And m3' crew rbie& TGdd Parmtt, ~1~~~~~''points hark; . qtMIS - : attack on: the Tmdy.inBladc.' Nat daes a tremmdous job week ~,-~q~ th conatruct,on of a new b f rt t e art a moMrapo The seme driver won. tha Next Suaday in the,Mountaia in and ~out. To, icres `. e~-o s Dayfona 500, CocaCola 600'and I1ew Southen 500: Janett raoes wbole temp. eome );.ogq{)_tys,pnd (~hb wellu4derway Btirlymd 400 iu tbe-naroe " for history''and asbanm ta win thee thutgs that a[z hnppening ~tng),o4 Var~:.1G.JdorB~ Ma; -... ~ s theWiaetoa3electMtllionwith, hem,ImuldnZbeha~pierfortbe :ysesoa. -. h l k ,-, ' ' ' o y e bunch ; ldeaUwpm w RLiht"e Wit C;t NASCAR {~ egcmernsopup? a win as o r, .. wmq Dale Jarrett has regafned, speedway..- Tiee may nat say it, or even hre<urreatstatus as the bottestr 'K feel like a million" dolLvs show ~itroq' the euts,de, but'if driver in moWrsports. Behind the,~riglit naw with everythu~g tbat's . Jarrett is thrilled with ~s seasdo wheel of the Na 88 RYR Quality= Sone oo and the wax wetti'nm,' . so far, imagine how Teras Terry Care Thunderbird, Jarrett has: JarrettsaidfoBow~LgEu.(ourth - Labonta.looks at- the 1996 ~almost singlehandedly..led-s=y winiftheynar."It'Sjuet.pte,men_ ,PoMoCoo assault'onthe.oaee~q dous~~and there'seao,rmson ta _ Labonte slipped by-M1bL4N ~tthough4to-be-invincible. Chev-d stop now. We miglit ae welltake "Eraie IrviuSuadayhad.pulled :iul&MonteCarlo. i--y4sumeofWinstm' outan'important:third'place ... '•:.; . . . .. .,.. -`-.- --•, eld a sotond . planstq fi . ~ ston (.~CP:. team, m 1997: -. ipeedway jGng and two-' Daytona`500" champion- " Marlin wtB]mvea teein.;' ne~dyeqr. 'a_;_ : ' to d th secod re goingoen werejustp~ttingtFiinge .owau Lerry McClure Terry Labnnte (right) aM uetw titief Cary DeIWt talk atratagy ,: . (SeeRVQ PageR-3) ; WhWit hM lahOMa atep tlte peklt stfndkgs ae /Y-. ...
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High Point, NC ENTERPRISE GnemEero - Wln.trr.-Gr!em Yet ar.a SuntlzY SUN e<AOG SEP 1. 7996 P3620 L"=IAESS CCIPPINGS Auto racing J a`-}~-.rei h , y Darrell Waltrip and thr~,µ '" ut moae u ' a'+'~C. ~. ~.! spot in /tbe 42ca~ffel~: yn~9erinyphnlfW a . a~~'j`r t ,i.~s . = .+. Yatesownet~Pord tarned th~' With" 1 uulboa bgn on the table, Dale,Fnday's quaUP9ing at 170.9.44 Jarrettro4"sthe diceln today's Southera JarreltwontheDaytona5 500. ",f00 at Charlotte to position ~~ Apeocyya,~oJ ~ai>`~±however, it isn't \',1/NIrIDiGe ~Wi_n_sto_a~ Hiliioa A dtive~mu gamble. ••1•o g2mblea." ~t eVP~ts to cotld.'t ttte = ' ou have drivEr BJI ElGott m 191f5~ 9. •• pe rlatms " ' ~ y p _ gunn env ~arrived a~ = pn Dar ey.~W,e~ but fell~bort;of ss e 3O~ Y~ weekend datstc, tahle Cor you anq ,~,hhs is oefu O ru~ . . ... ..", .' - ... "and'we have beeu' day r ~ JatiC~t otor it when the 47th running year. We wanted to wia the. ofNASGAR ¢ oldest suPersPMdway, race teLea aceomplished thaL Charb thegrccaaflpm_ He starts from the No. 1 rwrgoaLsand_wewonthe600 1 nson • VAZv~T•.. .. dies in crash ssoa.rso rr[ss CLERMONT, lad. - Blaine Johnwn. ihe NHRA Winstou Top, ~ I~1 peintslead~; died Satmday-. ~ . fmm injuries sn0'ered when his car went out of control going 300 mph during quali_: Sun He walks with a bouace, ] doing interviews and signing au asifhedidn'thaveacareinthe he feels pressure, it must be in ' his shoe. ~ - What's another millioqdo r E t ge~ hIe' rkirtg.but'p erry Labonte m the =ion~- foday s ltneup,- nPg°by Y96 pomTSS. ~'- .. { w seem happy ep,ough tha oa Jarrett thu weekend.'- ant to keep the point battle Pomtbr~t nolv," ¢ew ctief erlaresa~rsV.ke a cattht~r, - ~e~th tqi,Wmnmg; a {~{e¢Alalce going and .'; an, you~ fistDall is reall,y, ~~ dontyqdLvyour curve for" p Cor[anate~-,.~~poiuthett,l,e~~D~.tideJarrettoq wnextmu baa SOO, this'W the Oontrow LaSonte,pho qualified e~ghth, Jarrett seel as another _e of TeacE'Gutdun by 114 pomtt with nine races leR .3 n stackeil or e uorked and 7arrett is tbird'm poinis,127 behind the ]eader~ '`would male i~ '.. , r,-..,.~ _ . .. . . cv . ',. Taphs, orld. If heel of o Dale " at the It's a million morn than his it's the,; start of today's Southern 500. ..o amount he: gured :. Darlington as the net~.worth of -. the entire World . when he won $30 in his first race.19 years ago. s~ tRowara - ` hy~•Robe' dt E "' krt~~~betor~e'4the Rric~ard 40D~' ~ale.~ arnGiutll~ , of plah ttk ~ , ~_ pt`~If•'{iaid'~q/iwhenwegottolndranapolis ~foDowsHC~IaM la ~~arrelt~pteked.ap another wta scoring at ~-ti.~bon~ a ' od CocaL ola M'ichigan two weeks ago;. _ attenuoa ts focused wmthtee°;~o.[ teste~ltwicedae•a~Da~mt~~fonaaduweWta]ot• R'$htnow'theX,~" mts.Otil99ae ofemP~ss oh'trYmg. `YO-`wm Lhe:Wle. We~~lowaceyatt~ g,9 ad the tfic~t „~.wenr„jed W atat~.uR~ ,..:SQ we could run our ,<» avey-:Alliko ~. .e thati8oal~Pnd<U„4rGary DeHait r the'mtltig ~ `" °~and we have a ~a~tng ont e mo Labor :Ua tace se~up~ly'ood dbout Sun , p*.~ u tt t in he per eCt~ e table.A~.'r ~em Gke'ild~ • : or. wit1~~ih :•.Imf~AS r. ,~L' rS. j azne with $1 mil-' toD of the dice amble at all. . Y^--rdr ~- u~ 52270 1621 onus Today's race IN Event: Southern 500 ' - - - .  Where: Darlington Raceway-. .  Distance. 501.322 miles (367 . laps)~i . .._i . til,TrarA 1366 miles '" . '+>~40 Purse $1 407,252 -+• '_~p 0 . Defending champton Jett - . .; m Fastest qualifier. Dal Jarrett, 170-934 mph F TV: ESPN (!rve) out prize NASCAR banquet in New York. `"The next season was Elliott's fantastic year: He won 11 races and could do no . wrong; except the country boy from the ~northern Georgia mountains despised the " media and most of the fanfare that -~stutounded a winner. When he arrived in _' Darlington for the Southern 500 with the million up for grabs; he surrounded himself with South Carolina Highway Patrolmen. He had his garage stall roped off to keep the media at bay.. He became the laughing stock of the garage area" Darrell Waltrip hung a sign
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Marlon, IN CBronk&dd6ung u.mn Net Anr Frldey DOt1A04 AUG 80, 1999 Toledp, ON lentpter, PA Bhde irlada New Ere Ndbrrr N tAna . . 6under eUN00e,1d1 OatuNq D4e,00E ~ SEP I. 1899 AU9 81, 1996 N4384 N8558 I N4749 r~r//~///[///g~/ ~W®® I afa~lbaMiallEaaCLIrrINaa ~ iiFNiiiibii1iiee PRa.fdClaaSSCLlIIIMab ~rrece, tt~Ja~rett' guns f or j f ocused on Winis~on' Cup '. . M'/Y' ,„~r'Q .'AaaarA^reur"•~ ' `~(, i ~.janardl erA Jlmmv Ynter lurnee Mnaa ~ Jl~ Nl ~~ I ardollYla IM rMel rannd of VWINykq rar DARLiNDTCN BC Although' me vancauwr Ablson /ndr. '~- ' he ts a PntMS'.aDy nr a mlllinn• Lnerel aNdnNd AINhaN Andralli for DARLIIKiTP!{jS.C: (AP) - Dale dotlar honuu Dale Jarrelt,vrllthe ,. the Pobane Velsx.oul plmaaN In e ooue '' Jarrettsnndeont6e,thr,NtloldofaCa-~ leCtlahlg;oh'.plGelhln`evae bl er:.; 'Patlllal ro-wroP W IM rerln.chemPlon• eehievement that waukll 88 ~ MIP In tceeYa 'raa. ' . mar~rk himan/e much more then De1e, ,.}Ie nttle lost site 6ottthea of Il6p6ar the last time I leeeinP eMlnM:ooN afelAelaaeceasan~w I .' Eernherdl'schieftuNrteals• Iee challenged Ihe high 6anNa-or," ..Zenerel, the Inevnr roakN who wes Butthereecthaleeuldhavebean- Dtrlingtan-IntanaGonalNncewa 1}n, NIerlM.aned,rorouneolllrt.trbh.' Y'•i l'tanerel'r.POb-w4Wrq 1qb76 In hls Jarrett seeking a $1 million tanua ea61Yan a'dholce n klarck hetireea": Teruel-Geneul RKInP Revnnd-Nanee Eeroherdleheaedbisnry-probablY pmbnn{ on a Wetoryor maNn~ a': :wes anl om of li bor vealarMV on Ihe will notberuneccordingta ecriPt. BY hre rud etop that wouldcemen a. Lhu-tMb, laturn lamoorerr abWn that ' wlnNng the Southern a00, Jarrett wiU . better fln4~tng p0elGao In Ihe'han-. wrwsud N Irack record el 111113 ul 8outh s Jarr¢U rolled,Gte.dice a raer eao hr JxWn Vobneuw. ' rlnt he heaplog enother ndignltY m'. DD,y _ . verur, wlN poea Into Iodkva 1n~bY , EerMerdt He laar: end a leth ptacetnlah .. _..; y7. raa labina a rl-Pmm lead ove rmmer-: .. P, , -7wke, Jarrett h96demed Eaa- cost'hism about 35,11)(111916111 'lhe u' , up i11 UNar'Jr. M Ilw benb br the PPG . Wlneton Cup'champlooahlp EatBe D.N Jarratt WIII start hom the , hai Car Work suln Illb, Nered.rram ne600-the' t ld U Da i l ' n le y o v ory haN 'WowarBbotdatlWtUme,"ba pplatOdaylnMa upt tIN" IIMroflNhar111.711. .. onlY malor,rece the eeven-tlme ~~pid „rltey'~eked me ao Ihe•adlo q . NALL'11F::FAME; The bte Dewv Wiatan CWp champlon bea fa{led to ' r mlllbll 4r bOnuO. ~ .'W/utdopoUMamtodpP eatd;'Wa -. a ~/ Alliwn one al,lhe,youre run a Nak wn. 75da tlme~ ho?.ever, lt mtght oot n k nn we'ro Wma • ar ackq .' the nma ol:nh dxm. was healq wn iajR ; ~b!e aeGM -6omg Inducisd wtlhu7nouuv vaslermv mlo the betmueh of a npht,EarNlardt Is s' ~ :~ iLet mtlchyse chaoged ae the y In and (et~a~ JafreGAOtd,r:'W;E '. NNbnel Met ~ Prau Auacbllon . recovering Irom_e.teMble eccide by- eucldJafrltt~'trlee LadaY to ca~l't•titka`fh6shONce gdiih >Rnm+• , Hell of Famr•c', J aT ~~` ' , Bw wab " uW cOroidere hiroeel Jrtfelt'0 aGttest ceanpet lan flg- .. Alte kducM wei M-vwr-qd banb ,n~Iv.rnhYa1thJ+lia _,~~ AVII~a; a Nkaki°drlwr on AM NASy. Kr~ .,..CAB'kItNN.wl,d.blrM,k one'of IM arNl; ra'ce. Jerre wuu derul m lu .~.. •','_nm.-~.•,••,.~^•~ rw,.®...ePtyLo .a~'9'n`~feY6TY ,. o e. eno awned nrs'ertven ev u f orean er « Rarnhardt Y' a"~ wlnne7 of tbree me recrl as Flaoell Rabrrlt, Junior . spot n the recpl'd book and do ao a. ~ W ml g ~~ oo WtOn a1Ml M Rarnhardl'e pareaoel'pleY i , atralghl Darington racee , Jolwan ard CabYerborouuh. , '.'- Alllson Ihe•tone<NdoFFemergcn-'m m qraceofaortr rl' Int GonalBa W~~! ^ D tW Y i , g a erne lt%Itl(3fgAbilnhd16k1MiaGml .awuglra o t> l/<hlr'Chevro- '.ovAtme:,oraPnn. :In iu /e Yeare,uhp mod ..ihe y~ihree 0f°I kr a sla veefq maryyepkn wtqn M wq: 4aokooW9NA9CAReItCldt ' '.ryAgC "' ( tbe~fMnl row ~o0kb of tM .PiM!:1911.SNe:wn kn60'. _, _AN Ca:n the eaw.. 1 tWnt'or'tp^big `w•nw Plwllre a:MNcaolar:'meklre M WJW ml y;by the Irul mastared' pod Jutett haa done ever tWn 9 e y . y g 'i I . e , HUre. ~: . aooraach tn taneeeae suoenoeedwer In the apnrt. Dne of,them"Is Ee b to put himeeN n poaWOOl,o,~`]1In s tt'e'gelting dotvn;_ta ~~,.,~pt0o- I~A ~ aeekingntleDavidPWr'Wn ~R(etlaeleatutguntheciraalta'ploel renl`:tlma Ne Wd'1'nt~thlt . LAaelrrgWlNf:•TerrvLabonleend-thus '' oue~gahap d oS'alrev here tao~r~ I, ll~fy ne Speed of 10 031 mphihartt iWlntp dellNt bAidekenjhb~•.titk regce ~~~ ~wr°,IVe Inllreg~ MDno p: , ere ruoannwlly:~ •, '~.'' put hla Rora on'the pole for tbp~;47tM ButhewDOtdoltbyacngagelnat~ 6ottthern 600:' .;?. claee.laetyex :Wd'dldn'tLntnem la wM the Dura•LUM fm veslerda9.'• Jarrett. And Jernll won't eount ihel; :" ; eNt the race h aecondarp to the alrong at the end ot'Iaet00asop, and GrenTMd Nelllwaie~ f Iueeuna k Nhe SOUha IRn~SNl big bucke by turning It Into a matclk'sOrlea champlorohlp, the mqeteov ttut a what we want to do' 16b ~mamn,s dumR+nrat al the Ireck, . race. eled prlae m stock car eacing ;Jar. Yean"r v .: Ne MO wanF1~lW ~ IhrM Ilmat b a' . 'LretthfonrthnpdrsultofJt,wlth Ipot~ICyceK'~ f0~". faI ee bPS avaraP• l f l t f e b I d l d l " on vern a ar o I w a r o-j r La Whenevef two , . qn on one snofher; ehencea aa gaod evente remalnulg : . MIDYDAR W AUfYINM. Mw a dav Ing 11/det mq, N a raa fbwad tor 70 they71bo1hendtWwatrldngaom "~+twesWellanr~gooEbnGwe ggb'wNh Nullrelkm,.Menylwla Aba bwOVbwautlenMx ~ ~wewereanlnveArsUft'acee'Itdb - h i hi e i h emp ohe D ,, elaew nl ere eMc ` ~ ..440 seaeoni Jarrell<41d1'bf-UNy r '.. pameWarly el aylece ea cbeRenging :.,,hauBotlW e6,ateev. "Now: we'a 94 ., .. ae .,a<u„p<va, ..., racantdtbBaalon We'reonlYl heve to race the track every seoorN4 ar,t^q Og~~We ve got to ~ g ' lb lh d f " ' arcere eo Intee o racing Sythihi ' .. t camponep .14. y9 } EarnherdtaldfhekeYlovlMOrylp eo,embeGliOtaWecognot';A.J."t-~t~r respectforTheledyinBnck, Aepootda will get to hold itagrandh "I'w been auccesetul at DarBngton ae celebration n the wlnnpr's:elh,`,` beauselshowtbatrespect,"heelid. cle only If Jarrelt can.get~therq "They don't eall It too tough to tame without pulUog hit: Gtk`'qtieOtY, in fornothing rdy. lNherwqe ra¢e a "YN have n be on the whecl ewry ^1N1°un rlew wlll b¢ the blg Co{pu•i ' n > ~ ~ w ~ '1 ~~~. 4p• If nof It wlll come back to ac.ael n tearoco ~lfit / dlu` n n m ato l g to fnSh aeventh or eighth uNe1 ~+aley''tltinh~n . •~ collect the ~17natoa Senet Million 6o- ` nue trom the aerler a o f i pons r or v clo- : - pale Jarrett Iiearayh~0ouM1 r ` NesinUuceoffommaJorracea In the , 4 wrcfneY.' : ._ ameyeer,it'ebeendoneonlyonce- I byB11iBWUt'tnl9m. Jarrett sM'sslle car` . JarretlwonttbDaylanaNlOandthe a, Wlmtp S l ddOD d T  .. t D a at nBe agethan *v (~. ...IatGb tkce•Cpfe 600at Clurlottebe .wlnS"' ~~~~n~ , S.,QuthE -. rore Ihe avdea! nv:u^n,v, .r.,,w, t ".. , p . x.- yJ85kBdnater_tJa~.LP-..• . . F,1'enmd'ei~upRalreGuntha,bb P9aullaWdler IA M m ~ r ~ t - m W p l ~ a ~l ~ll~~oq-dolleSpdyp~'~,~ 1ett n f.l ip acesatfhemos~m velltdhis ols tre~o drlvingB tratc~' In Amerlvs ~nnvt,,,, ta' t,nL: ~herhbOU Darlin '~uerD161plroittandatagton end'IndlenepohsOt hta ualltyingresultFrlday that where rp'ea JarrettwontheBdckyerdao~ „I .loseemaqultellkey.; gdodre4mn . tahetkrcarthane dae,'!heaNid andnrtrlaedrivinnareatough'
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FiWE9Pw11M0eNAdwqa.EYnME1Lb'v._N.G.FiHetArplMtAq.fa7a-. ' .. '... .-.'.~.._.... STA'R?i?~NG`UNE : ; Up•andcoming atewan.........P. 3 Jarrettlookstocashin . P.eSi Musgrave'ssnonymlty P 6 r f1.leyfnld ~~I~~In. .P.6 Nelley Earnheidt s spirlt....... P. T nl Following In the lootsteps P Ksllerromalnsopnmistk .P.9 Te.n1 Kellpgg's unlty......... ,.... P. a ' ~ ~Sreeo Editor Benny Benton Wrlters: Henry Miller. Gregg Hampton MarkAumann Mac McLeod Jeremy Mayfield . Lee Spencer ~~., Photographers;., KrisTrahnstrom -F-' DavidAckermae +,~ ' Wenda Christmaa. 9 -«-Ce ornlet,.lv JerryAyers Graphl e = Ryan Stalvey t]77 ; ~ Sveeois p blis Dn Ihe Ihlyd gJler6day ef BVB p10Tlh~ I Tosubsrnbeb cad (9IX!)917L397 t : :.. Sentl letters to SvEfo, 310 6 Dargan St Fbrence, SC; „ SPEED is a pubhcat orrof - The Carolina Group a division of ' Thomson Newspapers Inc; Otc Enqutrcr-3laurnei Have an`i op. inion? e;; Share it in SPEEu The "Backseat Driver" Is a section In Sveeo that is dedicated to letting the fans speak out. sendyaurkttersro:. . .. SPEED - aaQkseAl:DriyBt. P.O.9oz~100528 Fbrenoe, S.C:, 28507•0528 ~hoping Dale Jarrett : s : s~his Whinston Million 4 hopeyou ll farglve mefor temporarlly,toea•...Yates Racing andErnte Irvan lnto one ugly ~ ing-aside the rule againet-reportere ehowing public spectacla He dldn't. He remained a team ,.blae when'ihe5outhQ2n~600takes. placeon -player,lettinghts rformanceintheNo.88car ~Sept. lat'DarlingtOny I must admttI'llbe ' this year sp,ealta'~,which team is.really the. ~:'pulling for DaleJarrett.{t':.;. . ~.... `. . second team." . .. . ;t ,I'm sure'Twon't be3he~only member_of the There are a few other Winston Cup drivers ';;mediawho'willsklrtthe:demandforneutrality outtherelikehim,butnoneanybetterasaper- t and hope theNo. 88FordCredit Thunderbird son. . ' ' '•fSnds its way~nto vlctory circle that anernoon.r GoDale Go. Thechalfce'to'witness a driver win the,. -.' % "Winston M o`is one,we.might not see agairr. I wish I could have seen Dale Earnhardt's '-.ever ',+~';~facetheotherdaywhenhecameon th '~Onlyo qlvverlnelast2Dyears - radioandsaiddrlvereshouldbe `hes wln throe of the four pepalized~for reckless activtties on ydesl -~ r~i,wntjeWel:?races r ' thetrack; : ce'eablt e at;Daytona ~' Ibmust have kllled him to keep ega'and Ch1pd the sec,f ?i from laughing. ndraceatDarlin on ~$'Ystb ', ` He couldn't be serious Not the And tt wiaoqly get mbprediftlcult4 Earnhardt we know. Not "The ~y~u~ . ft~tl6n ao Sfn'~" 4mt~~ t"Didfie forgethow' e A6 Jar `dl f]/Elllott who '~ name? - accompltshedt~~'eg~1n4e851"botit~ ~, . Didheforgethowmany.carshehas~.d point out,'s~decad,e,ago there wore sUK, . g~yy'gent0a left along the side of the'treck with ~ to 10 teamaFdith a legitimate chapce :--: black paint on them en route to his~ 1~ofwlnninH'd;a aToday;thereareseven WIneton Cup.p champi• - . .perhaps20§~~~. •..,.'. - onshlps? ~-:But the onc~dtt•alhfetlme opporttmfty to be He dids~ "ineluding me" when he auggest- ; present~forta ptirt ~f hietory isn t the big rea• ' ed the sanctlons, but somehow I don't think he :" son I m p for Jarrett• Neither is the fact will feel the same way if he is stripped of a win , ~that h1m'w~ilgUd;millilm with a tlrettyear for nudging someone a rear end along the wati: wonderfuls ~. l]CIO rjg.b¢qause h one of I do give Earnhardt some credit for creative - auto'racing;,.and he f7ngerpointing,however.' ie:glorlous moment Whilet blame anyone directly for thfl he won As Jime°4~preeident of Darlington '-accident at Talladega, whtch left him with a. >EvRaceway,~notea,when the facility.held Dale, . broken sternum and collar bone, he certainly . .:Jarrett Day~7a8t month, Jarrett got up at 4:800 made it easy for us to figure out. ' --~ a.m:'in the morning and drove two,hours to On the same radio show; Earnhardt said. - Darlington the day afterhe hadyust;wofi the -> Stetling-Marlln,"one of the two principals '..~ biggest race of his ]ffe,fils firetDaytona~600, in involved, wae not, to blame, and that Marlin ordertokeepaiwmmitmenttosehool,ehlldrenr wouldnevertacerecklessly: ' That'sthek~do~ DaleJara;ettis: That ustleavesuawithErnfeIrvan. He is httlqble in'v~t'~; graclouti in+defeat, : j OOO ~ ~ and a gentlem"nn I7 the'face of criticlsrm He races eleanly.tih t 1 r ite4hls~competltorsFwlth Benny Benton fs senior sports writer jor.the' ~ reapect ,. -Florence (SCJ Marntng News and th¢ editor Dy, . He covld have wau~+ 19`whole situation u itb :.. SPEED. .. ., ~vs TI1E;I~I~N$ZON`<.M11110N; ,'' ' SPEEDToon gs; :f~race team witlil, . .lwantt0:eee "tBe cla,as`L4
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Ilon DOller Blll, ,UaVe0.~r[eRrelnerece BdnbnNe,IrlringUtbbyepdnl ' ' 1%N3Qto elonMillionchue,Weltdpwmeb;mspedepoosorahipsnldasyu er'neDkeltddNem . FMMetuewnwrawew-qm.bYdecingreconemaecnnco. the Southern 500 In 1693 and •leofnllawingdegpitewlon(ng7ps go,'IrgpoutofhSFe.l)on'tcellan 4 sr,.elnsOelpnG,unrreraNdrrw,5:' ' epoiledihabonushopesoflheWta!;cnce-Nei99<Seuthetn506~1n md.3lmlghkbYPqEogalWydtet ;rmynoenH'a~,,,.' ASaodaleoRaaa DaveyAllisonbywinningtherein-'tAepeslfourseeeum. e'Y ~a eurecheCkMag®n F r
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Friday Sumter, SC oe, IL Sumter, ftem paGlapraph Ilem 6umter Mol /tru AUG 30, 1996 0 211.11111) Saturday Bbominpl 8C Bloominglon MM ~rra AUG 31, 1898 6umtrr M M ~no 0401671) FrldaF 0 80,880 e/ N4868 N221B N4966 PRESSCLIPPINGS /~///~ /ia~~/1®faLaECLIPP7 ~S aW~/~/ ~Y®®PVE55CLlPllNGS t~~a~~ a P~e s Todd iold' Ame befo - ' car lhatl Iot,Of peo +.-Dale.derret{ credits eidensive ddy~ng'Itln 6erd I teeling and sonie euundadvlc€?or ~ecmed lo be'wgehl pole he a'on FridaUrsolt the y In p race trpek That's so of a 81 m111IOn-preysr~swt~ In testln~that th , ` eolleet+'}v,lthur¢rGled to ge,4,U O,erB, Ylctory-tSrlt~dry- look you to ge0back I '.In the So tle 4~AOJ1r~. e y Whenyouve go[ '' b av¢ the key~(s to b telP"i ytl Jt ed ee , euss soo y ~lraL peid of7 8: proeehed It dlfkrenl },bt' aerrelf' ,. rollttheeorner o..79t (.idofthctEsiu -rieda,lOtfspeedth Ing ihat made 1,Isrun seem~ Jarrett,;broft0;.th eRptlless erecord for NA9l:AR'1 rerhy Eet lrou wlth e rudOr 170.934 bleso~ a Dar ~i k~I¢ prncllce:l~e fiado JIpR[p~,lSO) ;a~,Uaf[OlS - moqlh 1 e 136_°jfJU' -~otern`affRnalReceway-. . - " lu}(e :sl the - And t earvold .Jerretf cred-. ~I~ WI u~4l,Lp c9 r~ -y ilM ere l et Tnddk~e°¢f~tt.with Jait~:,iror(I Thi yglviag ht helPNl timed l~ 2k8~7@0 8eco '! H?l Tn lho° ~hevolel hfonte CetloM defend- Ie"that, were `1ng eerles and rsce chnmpion Jeff /o.turn,one Gordon.by b17 seconds. ~')t up ,the In addltien to the wlnner'a ahare -. ctbl ,I~w. of a$13 mlllion pursc,derrett will ' ~ ~u tu'CVllect btTd re( be trying' soqus uere 7.JoA);er lt by.~erles aDOn6oF RJ Rreynolds to th8lhRany drlve~flsJI/diing three-ef'four . .N.4SCAR dsJorB;-h~ the saina'9oar:: r" +r" I 1 ~Ite wonjlhQ'(Ae}tona 5Q0 and;the;'. p~ln¢ , ' 800t0 l-hrot p ,vbul felled the .I n I a-k' nsJ~ Select 800 .,: ~ et ttie'car Andretll wine provlsional pole t„ ~~~' ' I cnretn : parv ntlcheel Aet4t,. 'Nf ed sore n w`ere° fL thl'wek Ig ~ .rom a cras earlierse- IIQ~/ng . nored the dfscomfort to wln--ihe m et iece . Brovlslonal pole.forthe Vancouver ~ A1111~e IAOleonlndy'?~; o, he` la}L '( m feeling ~gooQ, belter by ute 'a ,~taFk,vjS .'hour Mdrcttl,e4ld,atkrpostlnei;. L~.~iccort( Iapof;1;Y.§16 mph dn the I ., ' 170(uDy"drv .3 mllo 10-rn iemOrar'.. 'elfd I'hoAon uu wlning trug downtw ~Pfa .accplace. AUG 30, 1996 r3C".ri > tEilhB ~1~-G,otSi,~i'rench 4d0;ih6':.'~. )lirtvitcl~gan~ace[halwas,heldn ; '-i:fetvdaysaago 3 , ', nsio~^~ItcltYt~"ISi e~pmple of I_.~SI F~~ it! lton;~ , j-~. "fchags neJ I
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'` -...even though I feel like:I'velgot when this opportun . r}'es, the money would be nice. lAp Who wouldn t want a check for a mlllion dollars? But Dale Jarrett insists his nm for the elusivstajyflton Million on Sept.1•at Darlmgton Raceway isn't about the money, It's about claiming something , evenmoreelusive-espolinaumnc - inghislory. . - Only one other drlver, Bill EBIotL has wonthehonusinthel3yearelthasbeeu` olfered. And lust four men In the 47-year history otNASCAR competition have done what Jarrett Lv seeking toacam-- ~ plish. "Just to have this opportunity Is tremendous," Jarrettseld. °But weJust don'twanttehavetheopportumty,w6 wenttotakesdvantageoff40ecause even though I feel like I've got a number nf years IeR In me, who knows ]vhen dhls opporrunltyroeycumealonjagain.l wanttograsyltwhllefcm , ..e••`.. . .",. ~vm+wJ(lm W fks ehanc W Inston MlBlon, Jarrett Ia enpylngfl season beyond his wildest dreame, fn a newteamfarmedbyRoberiYeleshehas ~ ~ , , wonthreeofthectrcuit'shSp~etprlees Llkeiather,liketon9 DaIB. -theIlaytona5ap,theCOCa-Co1a600end NetlJflrrett(rlght),Fjl)Wever,: theBrlckyerd400. HehassRencedtheerltiuwhkhbWet• special.Andtowinthethin7of edhlmforunderachlevIngInle95,end DerlingtonNOUldJutbeunhetqvp' ' aaeshownsl~ sofbecpmingthedrlver Obvlouely,themoneymeanial expecledofhlmaseHellaf•Famerbeonn us,butmore(Impoftan~ h~uat11 Aowever,avlctory N theMOUntaln tlgeadwlnn herefltDarHngl Dew Southern 60p would put h1m beyond. ItsetorledasWe;Jmrett reproach.ARerell,hewnuldnotonlY elw~ve hadegreat andfuspeC haveclaimediheunanalneble"trlple - DenmgunRaCBwaq.Heepente crown,"buthewouldalsOhavedoneft oftdsyou06<naMgupa(n~t onatrerlcwhiahfewheveconquered. ' anlhesatNthegtatWSiandest "Theeedays.winnmgthreeraoeainaesanelght-yesnoldBredayhisn seasonishardenoughmdo,"heealdn wonthebIissiumraceofhisratearm TowlnthreeoffourepecBicreceeine -dayhesaysmepbedMSmrreet' =ai seaeonwouldmekeltthetmuchmore Her~ecalledgettingtumeethls'chl Is a million dolia,irs~ DARLINOTON - Whemyou think test session will be about all he wID go through Labor Day that Nhen we get heri~~we I~ik' weekend, you wunder if a mWlon dollere to handle-tha'medle requests isenough. •- ' thlngthetgces'wlthlL" ~~~! From the time Dale Jarrett sets foot BBI EBiott underwent tAe~ inside Darlington Raceway until his quest ny during his m1Non: dolLr; to win the Mountain Dew Southern add and endured it, but he'admitteS_ and the elusive Winston M q~, .,resentgd ~ot Re~n¢ ay~et0~w~ .. pleted, hls eve7y'move wID ollowed; ' car for all Ihe attenilon~.=~~'~~~ examinedandreexamined, Jarrettwillhavean~advatt By himself, he will face the same elncnhedoeanRspmvlak><af ., onsllaught of media and fen frenzy that with the.meehanfeLaepectt( entireteamedealwlthbeforesuuchma~or He7lalsohaveanother,atwo events as the World Series and the NBA from the world while he racqi In Finals LubeBaeoSaturtlflybfore- .neHowever, It's a price of fame and glo .ry race. Jerrett wDl gladly y. I think lt'e better m•be out That'separt ltyouJusthavemdcel- ingthansitting aroundthink ~ with. " he saM. "This Is an opportunlty to the race the next day,"he seid.' help our sport grow even more. It's an More than anythmg, Jarretl1~ opportunity to get exposure for Ford busa over his million dolterdaq:( Quality Cere and Ford Credlt. So that's take away from his what ahoulld whatwehevemdo.We)usthavetomake mostmemorabletacln`momente' time for everything. . it Is a difficult thne; but I don "What we beve to do le be well-pre• to look back and say,.'I wieh' _ pared when we show up. That'e why our eNoyed myseH."' 5er of years;^left in me, who knows ) n' - may come;alRng again. ...vWtheleamIeputt1n¢ togethera~~' new carforthe event In the hopes It wiB be even better than the strong Ford -' _QualtlyCareThunderbkd.whichnearly ,- ',wonthe'sprhigraCelhero:'` •. : . . I ~.'Jltlkhllhbit .arrewM.asoeepsueuaa - BhpdNtb ~ uscrananal ihopingmlearn ckn put to use on Sunday. ' pWe qn'eee what the tBesSire'going , t0AhoNlOngttleywBllae(, ' whetklndo weerwe'regolhgtoget he ^ ,, 4eald "Hthera'ssaomethingweneedtotry h :ontheBuschcartogetreadyfe[3untlay,'.i rthenthat'swhetweBdo . ~yifti. . '- Thee'e no doubtJarrel.lwW be'reedy for his competitors mms the green Dag . on dmutey: HI9 blggeat fear (s that he fon .rgafddur1ngtherecetheblgeestclul•~. lOngeretDaiiingtonlmYtbe.therrare•1 ~bufthetreekldaB; .p. reminda~4(.tpetio thoi ) ~. ~. end upadentedcarlate- Inthence t when,behggedthewalL..0<i~^. 'E 'eWem "YOrikracethiehackmaysin- . ,'Byoustsrtforgedidg ~ `waiatD Ington:Hisdad faelap; he sald. . ~ -:. thet,itcenbiteyouetanypoinLlustllkeB '' . . '~^-~... mecmnhtgoHtumfourlntheeprNgtry• ~ heroes OusandFeetun6nm . utgtogdOntheoutsMeofalappedar. . d You' e,(evlMOrqlenethatdey,enwjuetgottobackoRthatexhsBtlle thedctthetwhenthefamflygotbackto ' Mt~~ttomahe3mu~pessee onthe thene.tday, It eeemedBkethe "tralgbfan'eywherethimare alotse1r." ~ wholelownwaaln0ur8vntya;d" ... DoaRexpaclJertatimmekevuny mlatekesunderthelntensepreasureof '~ twWseemlflrgthewholeworld'sin trontyardifhepullsoCtheWinston :~theweakend.'T1meaRertlmelhisyeer ' M1ffilloul~ ~'~' huensweredMebeylntheblg~.: ~ ..Jarrettletek{n¢noclletk%Inplsn `~'4thinkitgoesbacktothechallenge,''. ningfur,theparty.lIeledev0yn¢onaof -;.tt+ecompetitlon,"hemid."Whenyouget thetaam'seevenallottedtesFaedEla -- : totheb1g~revents,youknowthflt . mnelderedpmciouerommoditle,. •,e~~ery Onebrio$stheirverybestequipmreedaveofprecticeet gtonlster : mentandfheyarothebestpreperedthat {t6lemonth. theywBibe..IgetppforthsL" _ . . . . .., .,:~'9a'..'.:..` :;'iitll`ii'aiiii' ttsii IiS°kmh':;; ::;
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0 ~g} { ~' lF~kfti;3,i~ = BunmoM,a.L; Jat~r~tt'pt,ov q ax e ~iee hlm ie on Yhe;:po afa ,1L1~a mlllto •d v~'e utlt'~.in& . ~~ p °~ .'`~tie "`k'a~1e e.w sCA Ue~7elda 4raytide ' thA ;~qpnth% 1 9 mlle trpclt„peldeoffc the seeqrid~pale;pf;lde`eton,yG`~,p' b a6 0~ a BdlB~B t18:C Mon e CarW of ' rlyerand,raoe lu ' (iordon tby loi ,~ A~, tY'the~thard, eralgh~~l~ Up DAfI n,/where'tw6 nuall3 ~w $ 'sYonal:Dole'aor the 0 g n 0 s 1 lrr t t(ve',~'ulc 1M6~ec6 ,71i ZiftIDj1 ~ t'neteompet(' 8fq,&t,Q! 7 BP^%to 1*3 U 1a,9 b: e FS-SPECTR1JM ~rev~J i' .. lbt(OEFyLore a,rei,'~pP4 rbutrWll c an eeveTe hee$ lydur f~d,'Ikom Itia''mot hJnrll e roh~51 I•,di~}ia Its a , mp,'ovtr 1993 fnn(ist;aud,Nn w ovs i4i 1P1ui1Es, nef'e share of a 51.3.tnillt , purse;Jarratt wl>t,bir, to;CpN" lbqm4. ea ~~ Ve~~ ~ ol` foUe g` the,aaae~d9r~H and the Cqea~ ne." but tbBed In''th- ; ~"~lC:$el~t BDG rii ~Bill lilliott h (ntecte~~the Wlnettui I '" M lon ;acoomp f'tb,V )r)Ining~th$ 500 17~R19881 ihe=ncxr, . tttet bon,its was #effeted;, otherak~+„i Aarre11::W,d_. and.the5ate Uave' lgt+nfaoc~ )» nttemp;fitt q;, th@ bonug when thay ~ Darlington~r ,Ar(k5f,.6 JgrreSt~ab~ been![w {o,»e)•d~/fio, lwle.bvi~i ~ ~t lFa4det)Y• AYep.~tla~ rnoLyth t$~teFk<kngt The' ady,i11,B1adK.? , B"v5~},pn•tlttig,'ttqnble=. tn8 h1a;e~tRBSeBor dldn'sriappAer asy;l'as, some.ofathe other...AKh ' buk Med17~e Utron , strl5k r`p~gh6~ankg~dt1b @4t dL1A?t~R nhdro~'~nf~aoaa ~ •.: yulCOW'kN,:,edtub'CcTu ' bia'y+Mahat:Adrttt+ ce,ne, '4e't 9 __ -_... CI:e6L1' ~01eaC ]119Y8'm } mlld'•1Pt cult wlddln(,brough.dbnqpSV4djPeario e' townP,ecUlcPwcettr~~dautxe :Slet That;eclipsed the repordp 1oA . Of 111,018'~eet,lastlyeaXyby 1 A vfctQr ,,, Jacques•=Vllleneuve, ,the•de , ,feave Mq[t~ln fendh7MPP,G indy Cat'~World 4, Da1 LerlSp~'tC Serles hmplon whofa now~t_r/PC~.m racln8:ln"FOhnldp Une. ° . Aqdretti; ~vl}0 ~aiqdeh lnto a`ttre waTl' Tue4da I durln ,a teat,sesslonigtiUi guna. Sam BacewaYart-Molh tereg;whefe the season•f1n %aAon, CA BTAR-NEW6 LuAnOn.r-Lenp Boeh Mtl Aru YonEry Dt1,1M e„pbp 047,070 owe~stalldng}ir lttlmanA~nca;1~ :~ b a(irand SI, ~Jh]rtirelf oIle dapnnd ' . eLS Opun"theyblaWpeetYhelroppo-~ ~~ va,p.~ ~:c e ri'l~Ye el wttil, '.~.!.~., I)eed ~r6eh oewa9 Yark ~Li'1': "dAsdat fGr~tOUrlater,eeidt _ bF c , ' ede a 6 fwt birdie L+P6reater Mtl- . embered ee the onal3Ybutli ,i; id thr111 the wfter bo,th :'. ~,il' AUG 31, 1998 t~L P341f1 ~/~/ P1378 W41®®FRRSf CLVP/NCS iY~1W®PRF%) CLIPI_INHt
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i Frldar Welch, WV Newt AUG 30, 1896 Dublln, GA Courler Herald be,oae Thursday Alheet, TN Pat•Athenlen I I D 111,038 ~ AUG 28, 1996 I ~~®® N9010 i PRESS [LIIPI NOa _ e _ a fiar!ett: S; DARhINCTON, S.C. (UPI) . S~ay Ih,A I started a-'rsnlt IAWhcnDaloJarmubeganhrsracing s. rcau,(~'gs~rlhattwoofmyfrio ` ,earecratHickofyMotorSpwOwayi ~"bulll,"r1Yfk7lfa ;,-NoqpCerolnu<19~yFaYSago.hCffiU'uc~~ , adoeLtOdnvenfribndrs!OffHiS)ir3l r h14{Mil~~kncuqlh0~ victory in thealrccl awck dmsl0n I~weOUA 1p y' .~ / „S; :waswonhawhopping525 + r'.'Ifimsh pmt~abztmghtand~, .. . 77wwarstpottabouti6)ancttdwp t p $25Fjh1y~Dqt};helpFd mc got lo keep the monoy: Ii wcnt to the some jjpm somq, carowner. peoplq Ii,tpwiBaloq "1 thinkbackm 197/atHrckofy . diecqrJy 1¢,Oyihop8hilt . A MORE MILLIONB: The victoth•asef,l Tenn., by Rusty Wellaoe booetAd thlf foBq' aver the.$1 utilhon mark in earlt s fo ' He became the eighth drlver inN~07 surpass tha magic money mer$ ry`' ~ ~ _ Dele Jarrett, who has a chanoe to win e; bo~bQqaa;,wlt~ . , daever~}rMUnp~ toryinSundey'eSouthern600atDarl'ngf~i R,tl flor~r~he~li=~,;z $1,888 990 Defendmg eenes eLem0 01l,49e 4followedbycurrentaerieslead0y a k<at $1486 T48 e~, +i I;''~ , . r r-[feven hme 1,SiaetonCup clia ~ t~t,. . 1, 6 ~~rhfei E1,400944 followed by MazKM A.! 3terling Marlin at $1022,81 "ottd Wellaceai ,°~~~ 51162,982, ~ertinistheonlyoneoftheelghtmilliopeireswhohenye2towl ~Q~ N3090 ' 11®®® -rece this eeeeon. ~ ~ ~ `~j on t`' ;w-Cloeing tn the $1 miUion, N wt(A nine reae reul reessetrrnNOS gl.er•entsehedtilearetwe '" atdi'1~?r+,RlekltRnd~~01', , endMichaelWalMPet,! Jarrett e. _ I DARL'INGTON,SC. (AP) -barroll altrip end the lateDeYey Dale Jarrett proved the value of ex- Allison-failedinattempGtowin tensive testing by putting himself the bonus when they loet at'Dsg' on the pole Friday for his million• _ lington dollar treasure hunt in,the $outh•'; Jarrett had~~beenpoinHng;;to- em60D. .....".• ..iwardthepoJeby.testingfrequefitly.. In negotiating troublesome Dar- ~; over the.lset month at track.k'~tew,n' lington international' Receway;-':as"7Tie"J.ady'Sn~Black;'Ghe gave Jarrett broke the qualifying record ' him little troubledurmg bieAuai- . for NASCAR'e oldestrace with a-;iqing pBort.;Hedrdn't appeer;ae.' 'runoC170.994mph.Allthepracffice fast aeeamie of'theotheY-drivere, he had over the last month atthe.buthieliuettiroughthetricpyhigh- 1.866•mile track paid off in just the ~ banked turns was the smootAest o_f 'second pole of his Winston Cup ea- .. the'46 drivers'wlio tried a ~~j' reec' . ... . . . ~ .. The only.bther pole'nf Jarr . . I Jarretfe Ford Thunderbird was 10seaeonebneteckcarracing'epre-0 timed in 28.769 seconds, edging the ~ nder circuit tame last yesr; inn tbe ChevroletMonteCarloofdefendiog ~Daytqna'500-eracehewon.'1Tig,.. series and race champion Jeff Oar- last drivm.,to. win from khe poletn; ` don by.017 seconds. Gordon, trying the Southern,600:wes. Dale'•Eem'• towinCorthethirdstraighttimeet hardtin199Q'' ' ,.,: , Derlingmn, where twu reces am , The- pole-siiter has won; eight run annully, went 170.888. - timea in'the 46-year~history of;the In addition to the winnets share . event, the annual rite of the Boutb of a$1.8 million purse, Jarrett will on LaborDayweekend. '' be trying to collect a bonus offered Jarrett'e speed broke the race by eeriee sponsor Rd: Reynolds to qualifying mark of 167.879, set lest . any driver winning three of four year by John Andrettf.T7tetrack NASCAR mqjors in the eame year. merk of 178.797was set in Marcl, He won the Daytona 600 end the - when eoolef weather dictates Coca-Cola 600, but faled in the higher speeds =by Ward Burten,'Winaton 8eled 500. - who crashed Friday and scrambled Only Bill Elliott has collected fromhiebumingcer. ater.. . J' iC 500 c(~ nt Darlpt~p~vt5~dtho~ ~SquCmhngto acdl:. a way. Jarrcttbpgan'Ihcscawnby cppwr-" of the BtgFpur cvcnts• Lec' .~ .Roy y nqnt4~tnbediyayenm5ooln,rour YarbNu¢h1b1969andQu uwoson thatwm' K~yWraHOfmishodsmMd[o$icdNg'~n1976,'but;beforethcSl„ Madinm{haWirytton$elcct50Dbut millionbonuswas'offcrcd.- , . g facwr for th: .. JtvFlywpn IItC~'wca•Cola 600 to. The motivatinc 40- _ 7nm prspositbdrt[ ,551 mitlioai +year•old driver from Conover, N.C. ' r~notihEmbney,howevery . ~tttltt~. ullndrlvingh,g, 1 g r 1~ ' r'7[ will be mom of a fwlin of ~afJHarreUl9 t)rd,Thu9 rbird' 'v,ctory at the" accanplishmenl than anything clsc,:. dest su~erspLedway on the thatwewereebtetowinthreeoulof dt)cui6hevrouldjainSill fourapeciQemoea; saidlarrett,who , as Op only.privcn to tollect r also won •the•Brickyard 400 - uLtton Mlllpn ai i + NASCAR's olher major raa. "lho u accoryplislwd that;fwt fn ~mpneywllfbegreal.buljustknowing b ermmplish thia i baylnne 500, we waa.abla.n .,~+~`•thlitdayendGme,itwouldjustbea lvds,havewdqlhree' gnitaccomplishmenl.. , .. J FIRED UP ...Treck workere put out fire in car,ofWard Burton,': who was unhurt In quelifying crash eerious run at Jarrett.~~0ordon hna . Sterling Marltn'e Chevy was . the only Chevy victory:Inthe last nert at 170.11B;.foUowed~by-the . aeven racas i.: i_~ ., .. -Ford'of 1893 Soutfierri 600 champi-. i Oeoffl3odrneweethird-feateatin.on~Merk: Martin..Hia speed in a; . a Ford;'turning a;1Ap at 170.472. Ford wee 169.993 ` ` Cbad ;atUewae smeath ia s: the natan Seleet Million, aaam• Only Oordon. - trying tojotu Nert came tke Chevrolet of Gor, . pliehmg a y winning the South- Earnhardt as the only driver ever Ion's Headrick Motole teem- Chevy eb 189.977,~ followed by ro, em 500 in 1985, the first yeerthe to win three straight rams atthe' mate, Ken 8chrader: He went riespomteleaderTerryLabonte,irt bonus was uffered. Two othere- circuit's toughest layout-took"a 170.218.. athirdHendrfckChevy,at169.918a
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i Jarrett says title . ~ ` is higher her priori ~Y than million dollars N2760i ! BYDICKBRINSTER . . ' - (Tip~{~p~ MBporteWriler WwwfitrR SSCLIrPLN DARLINGTGN, S.C. -Although he is e viclory shy of e ms7- Ron-dollsr bonus eDsie Jarrett wdl be focneing on eome" ' . Heloeteileofitofthelaettimehechallersgedfhehish benks': : of Darlington Internetional Raceway. Given a cholce (n March •. f~ARL JNCTON. ~ ~ ~ _ _I NA ASCAR IRAOITION betweengamblmgonei. victmy m makinga lete ~ fuelsto Matwouldco-;t rolkxlthedice. . . ment a betterfinishing:- poestionin the 7}en-.. South 400, Jarrett He loet, and a 16th-plate finish custhim about Sg pointe In tkre Winebn (kso chempianehip bhe saieBle. 'We were bold at thet time," d. They asked me on the radio, •What do you wantto do7l said,'We came here ta w1n." TThat much has notuhen¢ed as the 39-year-old Jarrett triee ; seleFt ^'m.Thenomrs;benked -Bi1lElliuttin;teineugmei Lookingforamllllon .,.:° unnpgmrp, Iii Tlma And pgmgfnl 'ElI "Igaadar SEP 1, 1586 SUN rLgio N4954 adtaCLree_IN ehree toepre c4oeIap overtheweekatsdatDarllrpton.Jenenhas . .;yeerofl9 goeetothewnmerof affour mAiorNASCAR DaleJarrMltesis ~ie saminthesameyear. ... gy bv5uxyy'tSblNm6nBJarre16w11haSaNlem509NClorAwillwnigteWe>ston sea0erll on,4B llnnnbnb~caure(MPhdo) •. a J~rrett I~as put himself in positiori to take,~ `in Ma ~~ n man to beat oarfingcon oonBnuee eem page te -~" Jarrett has done everything { k to put himself in pxition •8dB'e tltast~di~cul~t track l~edo e record qsuL~lifjin'g speed of ~ 7~.~~,0~~y hfMtputNSFOMon `,yw pole fsr the 47th Southern 'ig°Wllut the race ie aecondary to : fhe gaiee dumpisnship, the most ~ p e Inetockearrering. `ustrrett fe fwrth ln pureuit of 1t, `Jarr°`t.sess"a~wjsee"-4~,,~,~~`~ Talladega oval eerompliehedtoreachtlilepoint ta pqeL,m.qxm„nsuxc..axuosa andmakre naelTorttodownplay _r trav it. But to a boy whogre w up 1n iiy~fnissrussrw.c,rn yqli,m.my1 . t. ' e, c: ~. . nearby Cemden, the Lebor Dey ~aw t~s gws weun,K taa, rxa>nuwMq Oy Mp(B H~~t~1~a •:yau,(st Telladega In April) proved wdekmd'uaepecielocceoon.': tsp ,qa'aM,Lm NYS.nLFr FpK7Rron :~1lC Asaoclaredprcss`n.' 'paniculady eostly so us because a NASCAR;adeePlyrootedin t~en 'I TALLADF.GAAla'=WhentheWinslanSelect50Dwinwouldheve the tredidon of the aouth; And taramms,wa.nw.NY rwrNrwua this is its oldest rece on e Wack /M ' < Wimmn Cup elKwl 'rolla into earned us the Winxmn Million 17 ' P . T~' Talladega Superspeedway, bonusdready; wheretrlumFhdomandepomWt " nentreepet4mthe up~awaywa,lenuspw.xwrwaTnsr everybodyknowstlwcartobeatis Hewasrefeningtothe5lmillion nlty Jarrett hee fa(I~ed~t.owin aB vi ~n &w W,., Gwa.q,µr r.aTnvdaLa, tAe No. 4 Chevrolet Mante Cerlo of ' payoff that goes to a driver able to 17ti :SkrlingMvlin.;winx as eechellen edThe• ~ ~f6e ~ Mk g M yF~ Bi,ag~~,~FF~~.~ i. ~~~ .Fo uro-theDeytonaSee,t d rac uryriver wante to win V. ~~~ceP+ue4rsy:9rLd t Morgan-MC• WimWn Select 500, the Coca-Cola . here; heeeid.9tlsuehadifficult~ axpi~LMriwpw.n,tau,xrrael,ny. ''^^r -Clure Raoing:608andtheSoulhem500. Lebonsethecurtentscrics Terr "'m5 t t/" h k d i ' y uua svecnme roce rac r ve sadriverY N0.tbat . to . ... '11setwaewellesrdgoodbe- track,7bgetaroundhereforboonp~s~tm'a°"Sn,Mq" xe•rme rn'mann• '~, upwith the pointlcadcr,seid,"Womightbe 'nWe we wero only five or aiss mllee withoutmakinga mistake x I L4rrLU.ouLnmw.,xy.weta.r ~ ' magic<ombinr able to keep up with Sterling, but :prninW NLaeeason,'Jerrett isehardda)'ewnrk^ ~r~ ,.tion of power ihere'snowsywecangelbyhim" ; Nid of the 1YanSouth etrategy. Jerrett's etifiest mmpetitiun ~ sm.'Nf~ 'endhandlmgon ' Marlin's saret at the restrictor 'NoaweSeE2reoeaintotheeea' figureetommefromdefendsngeo- ~ MFrusbwsaTtrrgaFaeinnexesqi. NASCAR'stwo platevecksisreallynosecretatall. }an ~t'e're only 137pointe back, ries end race chamlonJeRGor SVe'veliotkloakatthatchampi- don, whnin vietory would Juhs ~SSP~4wx's'~P~~~'~` I Talladega and uriesknows nbouthenginctbuilder ao. ~P• Dele EarsilLerdt as a winner of r~ µ'b' ~"' a ~ Fa^ Tin°a~~ .~ „ embattled tubsceo grant .' ta~s Daytona, where Shcidon"Runt" Pittmen. t threestral lstDarlin N pi a n l t b w b h ! " , g g . fu onraCee, . m , rs, c p Lwn,xk,qmaxrrorr RUnt enjoys t .. . tha sanctioning. Lsme mo _~aynoe wlll get to hold ~d f ld .nais ~endioee aelebrafion in the wi its o- en,uwnsto akt IndaL snwran xWer. wn., Fa I ' body requires the use of carburetor Marlin said as his team prepared his tsaristirdeonl ifJerretteen et ~d~TO'tAC-[Mwsraawn,msro tn^we restrictor pletes la alow the cars. ChevrolctMonkCnrlnforFriday's f} y g NAaeRnMlMp,frte cpal9qeM1M}L& eI1N /x,Nm,XYhp.lxn,.Mks 1 ' . . 'are without putting his htle ow„nmuie,.mvn.uw,r,.Lny~,n suf FtN"4jss~0Ita anym,NN,er~rapl„ran-. a Th~drivorfromColumbis,Tenn., forSur~idaf iracccicc and qualifying qtsaatfn~°°P°^~' Olherwles,rsee Y0"."'"+'b,aNa.rameN..n,ms.L~e w ud.s y ..~Dnatt^°unsemDewwillbet}re ~'BL.ivun,"w`N,.tw,.N.c,raersum.esp, °Iw~uwiw,wntansmssu.raete.a..~, has won two straight races at "HCCnloyswurkingonlFem.A ws..eptate wBmer. lids~s N• ~ Telledege and Ihrx of the hst foer lot uf motor builders hnie them. If u look back at the Kodek tesm's 'Ifltm s it' W i i t i i d h t ~~ 'Pe1°P"• s's• e nem rsg e gen nan c a p ate evenn; ng e Yo ev ~ reav -. 'mibflnlahaeventhor eighW in• p,y~, aoLeeeoAe,enLm.,aµC,Fmrnuiwu,e, .; ~F~~'+~tsMaLrusLSe,.u IitlbtrvstrHingforhisrompetiloras record, NeYvc always mn good et lonaendTelladege •~W of Miehin Igfh w d Da lfi i h d ' A l i h t r µp ' "N . g y n s e seron e re o on y are ta a ~i xp xaqaknpb Fsma , Isa,syrs,so,t.sy Cnmya.y.u.,,a... " II ' ~ s a reel quict guy He bAOeseinandaetgas; J c smTlldoeinbt Runt erv.au. etaaegatwrceae row,u. aidd.'We eaa4 teke fhat ~mahm.,en.mwLtwy~tt~Nws.+aronsMS•rwsimiavav. ' bolh I;mes to the aame ev and etww on his looihpick end he ~.d40tesptn. . a~sum,n:e.sLw.ar.aa;rucn..duunt. -. y~P"~rxa,sxe.,rurenn,. '. driver;' seid Dakderrcu, the only doesn't say much on the radio dur-'-~41sr~ loeee,JarrettwBl iIn)insus.,saosem.wun.,ramaaumuuax+xau,w+swmsaa,vL.resnxmx'.- orwtubreakMadin'asuingwOha ingtherace.Besicellyhisjobis ,900 for winning the tLm,i"sn. ~ . victory in February in the Daytona done when the car creNes up on iDeytomg00andCara-CoIs800I e.lsu r~,,,utawscnew,r.w,cr.vnw..~k~~~'oT«t.r,wLtWx.awrwltsw 508. Sunday,•• 11Le'di8'erencebetweenfinieh' ~ .fLtLtfhSnthepoin4receersdwln ud~liN qy,l lx PeqR.NLmnNF..1«aLepW ••Lookingbecktolosing so him Piltman'semgimahavewoneight -plate races. i t1~gL ~18 mBBon. tn~k~Na 6L4N, hILrL. uL. r«e tnroaLtl. K~~F"r~r• WM,M, xa, eMnaM- I by just two-tonlhs of a seeond this of Ne last 17 rcsnictm ,.. . ,~ .. . . - J ~_~
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RUfi 80,1066 oie, eyes arorrus v[pCttAOnlaGaTlo'o~derending^-4 InadolUOntotbewinner'esh9re; ~dhampIoo Je1f Gor - o( at18 mI111on Wne~Jarrettwlllae~: !~ n nCa, c~~.,., ,b~017 secd'dderpon trying ''trylog to tdllecta bonqs offered by;R oldetoen ~ eyo TneASeoaleledilees . -lntheTl,thtlnngerlttoo% ' bscklntolhethrottle you'vegotWe' DARLINGTON,RC.=.DeleJar '•Wliea." vx,~ ~ ` In jor(memlyd t Ume al series sponsor RJ. reU credits extanslve lesting and have, the key b to y~ some eound advice for the pole be be In the; throttle o,wbardYw ef~rdFun '. drlver wlnning~three of four NAS•. r •L" "GARmojora~mIhetame~yeer.Ke',. 11 •wonFridaylnpureulto(e$lmlllion Jurtse~soanasyou ~6•1~',weo)17,0 . 'bnnuehewouldcollectwlmavictery ceoieppmaehedlt SMtdoqweekappY h16at1orl..wontlieDaymae'BoOand•meC.ota-r SundaylnaheSOUlhern500. ' differently, let the lfeldaelatementbyrJ tCecar CAIa eDO yet failed m the Wlneton. "Cerlelnly, that paid off a lol'• • carroll to the ooF, , r,hu n1111 Monp6,f f he oan~ .Setecl5oo: -r ;; r Jarrettealdofthetestlogthatmade `ner.Thetwqylcer- • •IiqMuchofe eat Sunday.. : onlyBillElBotthascollectedthe' his run seem ertortlen -e rarity et rled a lot of epeed:, [Any UmdR~~~ ~gces on ' 0. Se1eU Mllllon, socomplbh•, lroublesomeDarlingtonInterna- througbthere. ~~Idseysthel{Ibe' motorhes . ngma yrplnnln4theSoulhern500 -,UonalRacewayr .' - Jerroltbroke . GP~I IDe~yb4 IC~golog .In1ggS (aeRrtlyearthebonuswatf- . . Andthe39-year•qld•Jarreltered W4,quelifyingrtr: ,pe~8ulr~eodllaere' 'oflereA'',tp-~.:r . - tted crew.cmef Todd Parrntt wlth cordfodNASCAR'r JAqRa~T~°•#sk rpol(atlid..S~e(a el!J~ Bo : )qaddlGonlollleblgbonDe,Ja[^ • oldeebrace wlth'a'ruo'ulend~totro{•thb'W~ 1 "remani7p,q00foi; . . givinghlmehelpfuldp.of,lje9Jlr o~,retlwouidgetmo~ 'Toddtoldmebeforelgotinthe mphitlltbepractlceheb9doverthe ra{HulWldoeta-"1{IG heLSCOn winningme'rece,abonuso(i76,Op0-g car that a lot of people.that were laet month at the11.g58•mlle ueot,,,qedloglhe rec<loJartU " w lor wlaninglrbm:tbe pole and•np, . driving It.lp hard Into turn'one' re9ultedlnjustUeeecondpoleafhLS .l,"'YOUneveFknowqhu l, EfeCet t a. eddlUnoal{SD,OOOCaouldhemkethe seemedtobewashingltuptherq¢e WlnetodLlpeareer: ~ r SoingloDellkeq"GOfdaqeeidA+HUI`IeadUstheterhxpolnhmce. ,.. i track.Thafe¢omethinglsewloteat- tJarrell4FordThunderolydwectoetBebunch.(ferreU~leam)nast-- t ' 'Ing-lhattheharderyou tried logeUmedtn2g.7ggreconda,edging0er~lhetrecllogeShE(3t;~{K is~ ~ Good-luck charn Jarrett family feelslike million By Bill Wtlter. tk»,Saanel rp«bwner DARLINt}TCN S.C.-Many Dale Jer-t rett fane from Hictcory, Newton end other amall North Carolina communities will be eeeking redemption Sunday at Darlington. Raceway. d who cheered the Fordriver'lo • victories at Daytona and'Charlotte'were '. no-shows at Talladega -theeecond of . four races that make up the: Wimton MiI- ' lion.:.. ., ,.: . . . .... Jarrett can still win the $1 million prize that goes to the winner of three of the four - mayor Winston Cup rscee, but he'll have to do it gundqy at Derhngton in the BoufJ)ern_:! 00 ~ we 6~ Dale'e wife Ke11eya at Talladega. When the Winston Million te discussed ~~vopwih• among family members the sulyect isn't Racing is e famll~effalrtor Dab JarfelL _ Y money~ ~ ebu w t ~ about'who le {~g tohlm talkot~~y~~ ~a ar .: be theT re t~o bring the~~qd 1uc1y liey llngton. The~tr~nga'~ thingle+thet s~o)t of j people aek me andldm~'you.'d rethEr wln~ seid. "That's becauee ft wae eo.funny that thepeople who were at D~ytona were also the WiJ~eWrs M11hon or tTie dhemi tdna~ip .,. _ at Chqrlotte. Now we're tElling them they . "A lot don'trealige'that he dpiEOn't=8e4~: have to be at Darlington because they all that money.They.think if he wlmi.thea.J weren't at Talladega. It's been fuq getting million it'g go in hie packet; not fmokingw~ - everybody 60 up to tie able to go to DEr that half goes to tgem owner RabarfYptee ., ~ GnyWn. -. a querterr goes to tbe government People The thing that makee me sick is that read the papw and eeb ell that,money;won ~ he already could have It. He Lad that aood and they.think Ehat e what he Snade,thnt : finish at Talladega. He was on Ster1'ng week•" Marlin's rear bumper, To think you, were Daughters Natelee and:Kenryn,eg~e ,, .takk7g`plr'" thatcloeewaePrettybi$. .~ :, and8,ere.ewereofwhat.ie . TalkhaeheatedupemceJarrettwonat It'll all etiUa bitabeyond 1S4yeer•old Charlotte onM~y 2g Tfiet lett lum ae tbe 2ackery. .' N M''~; 1 . only driyer elidMle for the run at a million Theyyknow becauge ~people talk to , the one who came up with an en'Ttus is all wonderful.' To me tlus buuka. . ' +' '.^"thDnr.abopt (t their mother sald but; glneUouldbethedriver.. . ' ieDaleJarrett'eprime.Hewasn't Fane have talked about ttqlhthe` :' NVhen it came time to race young when everything came to- tlme; . Kelley eeld•."They're pullfng for p~{ggga ~,{pqpE7, pgOg c ,; they`didn't have it;' seld Ned gether so quickly. He worked Jarrett, who won drivlnR chem•~' through the renke and that hae KADNY~llI, TN pionek1pe tn 1881 end'BK I hel- been very beneficial to his driv. Myat f~ .~w~~1 Dele get en en~loe, and he's ing, ee well ae dealing with life." Newt•=m~nel gFI.'s+'Dnrt,nrt 'm"dnwngwnce. . Kelle keeps remmding her -dy knaninr IN MMo ]ttpg:over with his dad, former racing champ g g to do a'ith'lbe irioney:What ara your plane? It'egoing to be an exdt{ng~de~' if he d.ean't win it '. reallyb7g if he duea win. We'd . ; have a mqiorparty.' ~~ r jt Kelley eaid ~ her husband hae CYewepE upSin it:. That taken it all in stride. tbat padqy ie winning He trulv takea tldnge ae they li't koow that tb8y un• come and daeen't fieve a Iot of tbemegm urdeofwhata high expectatione,"ehe said. dollsra ie TheZ're flosb There ]rave been times that he o (Umir own world. '. did havafisgh hopes and they fell e~ettj,remog mree{;b9ganpqthrough•!{'hat.waeamg{orleerh•. 1870kt'Hmkory`SpeedwIngexperwnce. help of his tathei Neti. ..From each situation he trieedetree' oolmatee An toleern,beitonoroRthetreck. ~tly;rauwchiefwhowiUbe-He knows he's fortunate. We're ipm ear, •owqer next'eeeeoN making more money that we ever and Im-Neweome helped'Dale dreemed. ' • builb~e limited eportemmcar. Many.timee I have written The';reaehed an egreement tfiat him a letter or a card telling him, 'thing only fiueban MaIMn R.R7us Preeeure ia onethat regerdlees o how .. Dele'Jarrett can oontroL many raqee he wins "the most fndq Dts/,15t MHA1O !A!~~ale will face•e lot of importantthrngtoueiethathe'e guuNq DtD/,iM1 de de before end-after the ourkide'daddy andwhetewon- ra'ce Ned Jarrett said. "I've told derful e~exa'mple he sets for them. RU6 81 r 1999 ~,eWe've~talked about all dren. There have beenl times Pat N50g2 the 11 -'. when we'd be walking down the .. ~~®® NI000 ' tar, Dale has J made his road and people would ehout ugly fe roud. thlng8, but be continues to set ex• rxasacurrrxca aaartWnlxca +~e doea a great ob as a em~lee for the kideJ' she said. ~-_ -a tetMD and huabqnd," ed aeid. "When bad things happen tadqv, 'He dleehimeelfwellin.other are th~ey going to matter tomor- Beforethe race at Michi- . rowR How are you going to feel imweqkaago)hewaeaeked tomorrow; do you wish your~ n the church eervke-the hadn't said eomething?" . ~; ! opening prayer and'afew an•. Withoutyueetiontheweekend ~ :' noqqoementa. He did eogood end will be ex©tmg, not juet for the P j: I'feQ it wee etreight ff'om the Jarretta. ... : ,.. itig f "I think this is excnor . m : femily~NABCAR nnd"u6,"Relley said. ? N ding4o Kelley', moet me~paze do of the $1 mfl-' It'II blow up the eport. It'e . hon talking ''~ exciting to telk about to ihink ~ !4v brothme talk about It all . about, but st e etill not the total the tlme;' she said. "Naturally focue. Yoq still go from week to~ people went to know what you're week." ~^~
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Jarrett gets- fortune :on S ByPH.HdPF[JRR.'- `~ '~~ uon~p . Sports Writer - ~ ~ four, an - -. Whm the gteen flag falls tu st:ut claim the -- 500, the Mountaia Dew Southern {100,00Qrace fans and 40 . "If we Sunday , dnvees wt716egin a SOQwt7a joumeY.. - ga, thea w towaad tbe NASCAR rcccrd booLs. .-, Janw- : 1'hettiehamTeur _3alc latren. ,r1... bng M. . .- Ja~ ,look to beai~ yi ` 500 an P. the sccotld drive~YO w~na641y~11V, Wiu.amna stonSelect Million -)oinmg Bill -a lot moie " " Elltott, who won the bonusiu 1985; it oeR : " 'ofits inoepbon ., .' .. . That the ycar The~ Winston Million bonns pro- the Wins - gram was aested by RJr:Rcynolds: . gism.. vn. •.,~ngJa~.a. :years La;,:also h , . ~ -~'.~~ rctt[* wlt`b~riocao-ahis:aeason; risen ttuo'-ecbattle aad'diSv"c`""Cul, -chamj p"~n&p,~ '~~45-b' %ainc'd° pppvYs'ritr ~~~4At wa f ! ~wdr~n ,• thp,plae&~',,,~-^'~„; P~manly. r1 th4 shadowVhis p~ti«t o~l t' Jafre .Y hryd a';memo~~..-fatlxs's ~_'~ • r" J.",, ".. Jarrett>s emrwdy m ta, a,fnts r.yl~ ~asoq = wimm~g`-a^'care'er'~ -Ned; vecrnever won a nul- - stahdtngs""'trailiag 1cader`Terrj+ a ~} OQQ'co pP . askitough one as Jarrett goes a er a,fast millaon .~ Continued from page 9pressure. So far, Jarrett has not to the last 100 miles to go~lhat aintense than usual. We're pretty. Eveu as big an optimist as I am, shown that the pressure bothers miltiou tbBara could be wan.' ., happy with wbat.we've got to go . dn't envision starting off the bim. He has stepped up this•sea- Jatielt rm well at IYarlington m badtlhme.wit0.' 'r like we did, maintaining that son and turned into a big-game . the sRring. He was leading Jeff Jaaar gets his rLance to go after 1 of co'mpetitiveness and aeutal- performer. .. - Gardon with 15 laps to go, but a theMiLioo Sunday on ESPN at I etting boner and better as we t mgether.° lecause of his position in the ots standings, some of the ,sure of the Winston Million been lifted from Jarrett's clders. He has fought the e pressure every week - race "1 enJoy thu type of scenano, tun-tq with Ihe wau aod an empty p.m. with hisfather: Ned, in the said Jatrett. "As big a challenge as fuel i6_nk cost him the vi.ctory, l~st booth. Known for caging Darlington normally is, this makes Sma,then, Jarrett has returned to his son to victory mahe 1993 Day- it even gteater. "the Lady in Black" for several tona 500, the eJder laeett is looking "T3e biggest thing is that I want extensive test sessions to try to per- forward to the opporntnity to send the fans to be able to sit there glued feet his car for this weekend. . his son to a migien doBars. . to their seats all day and know that "We stayed so busy (at Darl'mg- "I*ve been trying to get away - there's a chance when we get down ton) that I didn't have a moment to from calling his wins,°said Jatmat. . spare," said Jarrett. "If we were "A couple of weeks ago at Micbi- g putt3ng up a million dollars and gan, I told the guys that I didn't . : going to lose it if we didn't win want m do it. I want bim to be ttrat- ; the race, now that's pressure, edlilretheotherdrivas. ~ EverybodY s pretty relaxed right "Btu, if be's going for the Mil- : now.; lion, I may have to change my. , "(TLe test) wasn't any more mind.° f !~ighf,og5'n,ce$ andhas~fou~bt liondo - a"single=naepayoff.'. .Labonseby,Y27points ~t media bli¢ and the atitt"ppsnon °Neda I`won:~the champt ,"We're.a little surprised.onr= ~-since wmmng;tlte Cocas{'o7a't+00 at onshtp m 1, and won someth,ng eelves satd'Ja~re'tt. '7 don t thidc '[:l~artatte Mot§t' .iv MayU Idce $65,N I,thgCryhole ycar,~ satd we could h$vc.tavvuoned betpBss "Iba[~wm, coupfed -~ John 1rvt~ iro~ chtefron Ned Jar compWnvc week_in and week+wlr , t . ~Rg`~ iet['s Pord' nng~us wwo c8ampa as we've becu so far dns year:r~ m~ . `. . nw la-° oushtp~asQ a''4y"elnd Dale Las Se5 Z$sk; p~ l9 'Weny_Pnwe xLwlAOiu6 tbee. hu n re shot atfiame and : nday at Darlington-:~ for winning.two of the a'chance to win $1 million in ope ut him in positioo to race:lbat just blows my ntind^:: -- g prize this weekend at "It is obviously very excitingtp have the cheqce to win a miltioq,:iq ..' Tlla "I ve won ataade- one rce,c Ned said.t adds aed~ -- ,d'aliead yd'alieady be done," said - biliry to hts areei by Just havit~tbe ~ ~ye~opd tu SIC- chance to wm it- ~.. ;~- .: u S W W'}nssoelect -., But,tI hC,should winIthat . , :~B¢tti3e.peoplc at wou;d be a-major stepin-;pis r ve otfen caieer ~ ~ ' oth: Jt hld Cka secmg p.atmas caReras areayae :' ~ S a major step. ince joiuing Riobert u contagious with Yates a$ `a fill-in driver for, the SeleetMillion pro- injured Ernie-Irvan in 1995~- the - onDoBtq Bill:' camed Hickory native has beconie:ouG of • ' ' ' ` ' th clatmfnBe 'p!ize - . the most consisteur p;the for, ,dnvag o mCY., msOl ~rOt tA . WntSTOn~Sip~~ .' tug*.e," e on could crew ehte~~odd_F. " _sa~ bencfcf`or Jar -- : Ford Qua'fity Cmc
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MenOrl Ft, Wame, IN Journal 8a:etle Ft. Wsrns MNMs N2499 ~ [I®\11LIVxasscnrrerxes Terrm Neule, IN idbu6eatx tnrs 2rvd Md Arn MonOq 9 8e,491 ,~ nha durlnrtlnfeuE' SEP 2, 1996 lerenty Mayfleld tuna IntO,the IveC ------ --~---'} ~+~+ ~.~- ~ m ; .~~,~.e4Lw„l~j~l Gordon, crashpr`event driver from caslung,an~, s. t s „i` F.« .r IByDIe/t•B{tener s,~n.v ,t<r ~189VatedPre86 . w>rs ~vw" ~r'!a DAR1.iNOTON SC AtiheSop6einS0n ale Jartetl posed with a check his car coul4r~( . ~~~o-~~ ~ Jerrall was'.ell soules u;tprior to ttjestal/ , i s li. he andhis fartsily stood in front Oflhea~prsi2otl i~ - Ldheckt~j,,$1;jqlllron alreqsJq"ned,lpn endorseC thathewouli a3~ bdaCdsdfnd eare,yaaytp,•r N $CAR 5" won.•,; u, t- b ..=, .~,:,.': dnsteqd; Jercett Icft:dc 7; um , spundent and.wom out af cancie ter an early crash took him out of'JAe lced end the,ldp !t ofdtti fhrii bl Bill tkre ou coenonor te peny Elliotta ~wonl1y@ers'a~o , ...r. .? ,Aa "1'mOK~Imdrsa pomtedendwishwched uerit" . ano[herchanceetrt'Fwhofiqish<d re 2 -11 seid?yrc«, 14th;thrcelapsbehtndwinnerleff0ordon. ~-at'th ' Jarreit opened the sasonith hd '~pa-"' ,.e, wts secon a"a ' ~'~arrett's chance dent °'i~~~a, creehtookhimoutof f . ouV-o contention ruir e,d:early enly;4111E~1iPt By'Pet6 Iapobelll ss'Ish swe kiadtM .AssoclaledPress :. rt'n_sa'dJdl?! ~ 14th, three ''iDARLiNGTON~~aC lApl JafiCrordoP''%V ; Atthe Southern 600, Dale J¢a'~ti , Jerrett~~p9n~• posed wlth a:check hle ear his eecond ,$.eylonat5 ecouldnteash ry~"lxri: Andemce~te eedtl „ Jarrett wae j:all, amtlee Juet at the Oocet~4 pnor to the start aa he and lotte rNC.~~~aC@ < I family stood in front of the over -NABC{1B' o,~fpAlp" tod eised check for $1 mdlton •schande'to.jwrn three of t u',e elready elgned'and endore@d' ;,Cup9You;JhlaJocepenta t that he would be ewerded 8trrl " ~9'}re'expitem4nf 6uiltaxyide~ rday-ifhewon. ~.~ ,en'rdarrett broke the sracee local ;%Instead, Jarrett left despons ' qualitying~record to slat;tqfrotp, to'tCt 1~- . , . . ... . a.... ~ .. m 60D9n DaNlrrgton, S.C., on Sunday„n • onrietimerit 5Athe <~ lurrett made nine pitslops end fell Ihree laps' .sed, rn CAuiotte,%C back. pffJ9i5(s;~g}t)fQ,his, His crew replaced a broken shocl , re-bent a: - .:'~owei control arm~ nd patched the panels on the /: sengerslde'o8thc'tar., " ; I PThe Pvrd ThpnAerbird, whichlarrett ran to ~,~ictones'at Daylona°and Michigan this season, ., '. got one ]ep backonA restar Another oauuonpe- rrod put him in positlon .. be a lep behrnd bbt~i he wag`IoaCed w(t~ Varrett couldn't hold torm' , wed e Caricature rnil .', With about607eps ip,go; his team thought of i pictutq WhPtdapres . bringing in a« llef driver wheeJarreltcom-t f'pleined of heat exhaustion Hbwever he drove x ,, end kd 2J Df the Firsl . out the race ,.-. - -' wv(th o("til'glbt~ il, _~ , "Dele Jarrett drove his heart out today,", MI cosl hltn's'mrllion Gordon " could see the determination ' . setd.You, cS00.rpIl0Y9i!~e~7Lrce; Inhlroandhisieam" " '~' ` ' Ja(rptl~emtq ed Ihe:It was the second disappointing tryfor the ngersedeand'faustng'.W~'ns~~n SelectMillsonforJarrett'scarownert ,~, locelmechanlc would' ftobenYates 39" 9 . . , .., 'C } t Th D'Alli'h 1992 ~ ,, ,e lateeveyson cemeto te tht : wihe oe cc!oer; rtJuse Southern 500t his nqme 9rfaI rplrca check':, he se,d).'.7hwas' and the Ieed However, hrs team got bad Ihfoma '_ the cer xasn't pu'sWng. tion about a rainsiorm,'phted earllerthaa they+ ; . i Cgooddotufoable~ shouldhaveandlotltherein•sbottenedraceto.• ~-r: Darrell Waltnp -., .. _ d~o0bnnging'~inl a_ .when Jarrett corn- ~ at,eidtaustron How-7,j ~a out the race +~ i,t tt' e hlethearby irvredrov ~QoXdon eald 'YouN e^deterrnlnation rn hie aeCOnd dieflP Po~~ Seleetthe, VVFnston owner, ~ sl I h tattp NL~abpcameto1j ar I4 g~2et~ ~ t r~r6D0 wlth hts^i ,'°~ror4 ifDNnr en~h reF aand`the" F1 1ta~Testart,t~iyat~?tHc~ner 1stsap',gotbad ., ~ Pod;-put hiNlljtyyoCh eh r rt~.~.t e ramsto~,` g,apb4h/ndpbut.ypIt}bdttearher then should'-' d forin; h ave, and lost. therraw~ortened °` laps to'go, lils ~. ;racg to Darrell Waltrip r: ,:, '. ,.~ ,. .., .. ., . . .... .
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.. _. .....a....w...,w.~...+.w.-µ.u i:` Ned 1amSt• ed theb2t annou°cement to spbil"ttre (vri- q~ton ad.nin:=rration is that number ~~m attorney ' million dollar bonus, whieh has , _~ his 14 seas9ns i~n '65; adn- ~at the Darlington party. ._ -_ the FDA, among otherthings, ge°er^35 agrce with me. - only been awarded once (Bill . ... .. - will try and s[op brand-name That sa'td~ I Irope.Jarrett wins Elliott in 1985). Jarrett has won :°fng 13. of 54 sta[ts' and fin- ~~ '4ilsisjustaguess,but'. . .,tshtng second 13 times. He`Shere's a convention in Chicago. sPo°sorshiP ofsporbng,event~-"'thisWi @n-INillion on-Sunday"tivo"Df thhTOtYr premier race3 ` Y~~ 16 other top-five finishes ~,Maybe the timing ofthe ~- I'm not against anythitig that and gves~htj etompany some (Daytona 500, Coca-Cola 600). . and won $77,966 for the year, 'including a bonus as champion. . . ~ , r ...... ............... wm.bc... "Just' counting the incentive' arret~t shnuld' follow, father 'Ned:`- .Go ~°8 ti~that if he c~laim the 52270 1E39 WauCefha, WI keeman Mllweuko Mat Ans s„ub,y oxt,ozs AUG 31, 1996 ~ ~ -• - r Znver wimmng three ... of the ' ~to cliurch on Saturda 4 win on Sunda ~on Cup Sen~ Big Four ~PpE $ CLIPPINGS ~ ~ seasoa ..,. Y ~ 39 . isy hotgL ~ ~ - Y • at . , i,By Tom Higgins . His Grand National_ record in ]ast job weglanned to do befoi'e "In my lifetime, irs the first ~on by ta the sea- ~y,~y,N,uy.pw. cars he-owned is exceptional. goinghome. . . time I've known that Ihad high ~°n-openmgDaytona 500 and •• Perhaps Dale Jarrett, driving lncluded are victones in 1990 "We e back in t next blood pressure," said Yates. "I Ihe Coca-Co1a~600 at Charlotte - .~orldA3CAR's Winston Million and '91, tunners-up in '92 andday_ andipparently a'~.espark went to'rhe infield infirmary at .MotorSpeedwayinMay. ' i ~boniu 'sunda ' at' Darlt"ngt on '94, and thirds in'84 and'88:. : from wherg Andy was welding the ttackthe.morningof the ~-+ Dale was 8 years ~old when Xhad d.Eo m the seat race and blood rnssvre ~ dad dominated the Darling , '(S,C:) ay; should $nd . " 0 0 0 _ droPPe- ~ h'n ~ my p ~on field, bubhe rememtiers it ; 61, ~ to t' '.. . and caug n on fux. The bhae was twice it's normal readmg } _ i Y~g'~W g~ing ambitio°.'.Dale Jzr- apparenfly got up pretty high. . ~ Im'going tu get ezcited thts a at ~?Rac ~ °~ rett ex enenced an fncident -"We were ]jvmg tti Camden s ~Dale~~,dad,_ Ned, spoke_to p There was cup on top of the- hme too. It's not the,money ; s.C thea becausethat s= .thatt could have-ended his ran .~ and it eda rin around but s somethingm spe-i ~ ~. ,'MethodtstYuuth Fellowship ~~rbeforeitbegan. ~eN g •. ~ wrhere dad's cac'owneY Bondy ` h - p .meebas:from the Greatei' Pee .; . ' T.ong, had hisshop," said.Dale Dee-atea' on the eve of 1965 Du~-~ early 1970s, Jar- •tiVe bly shouldn't even Yates conceded to "choldng" ~' tt Southern 500. rett and Newton High buddfes - have bee in business after in the pits and oosting Alhson ~~ ' . ~ I~~ . News Pettee and Jimm A°d d h b d the th t It - y y ave urne a s tkevidory : I ThldTtt .,.g eer, ,a~n•e won the. . yarm ratmn. I omedeadedtobutldaracecar butldin kthea ow°Ha f g c wm car eo tiyehada ~ later one of , - dht th th . n, ~resse ngenat imned Sportsman thou to turi fn the l h, were more worried n' bl ad " . g ~one . nmg and m e quaPS ona e s Jarrett n aba+[ that seat It was ~~ ..sou[ltet':5(!0 was,Wgger . dri'Ia'on ar Htekory speeaway ' te`• ' , a a to Cwo shamP~ `--~_decsion_,t_o Vtt~~s ex :moCS.imeortant.than-a lot. - r.•~. . .. -. ,.~ . ~ - ~ , ~ ., r ,.avuau aaaxs.. .. , er.'~ our~ ,. ~~ .: Although rain wa`s ap- ~ theFlallofFame. ' bi th ond,.., N ~ ~ 4 ; ;i ~ g for e sec ,,~ ;~ fell 1heybaight a seat forthecar ..-. p,O'~~ O°f •`: .` Proacht°g; Allison and`s'everal' ~erahon devei' . Jarrelt, dpving aord Jront; Hanlo Matthews„ kaowa Seo°°d • Thiz mar36 ott>er front-ttmners wete• oon _Janett ~ red y maay to - iodu ' . ... . ,gtheb m Ib°~T)$y 31' secoo time team owner deced "ba4o pit road. Darrell' b s y~rs agd, he tor P. `~g excellent e4mP• fbe . . ~was'I an unbelievable 14 laps ment.. gobert Y willpead for Dar- . Waltrip and others remained on :; No ones saying they don't ~. -af.emd Of4'tynifCi-uD$utk'Hak "7 '•I won't'ever for¢et how .linnb.::' ' orhanrn fn ran- thehack Tiave»nraven=.. er's rrymoum op ute aacs ~; proud-we were ,o[ that• seat," turo the n Mtfiioa_: • Wal4rip;was the leader wnety' .17.. 0 a -:"-.~... . " i theu measured13736 miles. Jarret[ said "Itwas somMhin . The late Davey Allison also NASCAR' officials declared the F i , Or Ute record Dale Ja i rett sched " "The yo°ng'p`eop~~ I °teKwlth °One ~ Andy was wel ~ was b" for the bonus after -~taee ovei~with 297 of ~ a has shown an ability for 8etti°g ~last n. ghttold me as I left them . le ed Alh 367 d „ in the carr winning ~ ale:totwm,`'ay ~I recali the, ' paring~- 'victonous Jar~retPa,sa* ? be t ' - ace irt enaew. 11 hisogh t'eve,p m tbe'power of prayer, but ~:F rre11,Y'didnY"expxC'anythfngi: t lapy comp he Daytona an ,,ulgd oroundthe.difficvtt,egg Ist° 1'992`' '-so° fintshed hffik ' R : Darlington track, rebuishlpto ~ re Iie never has;woa a Winston , • Litp event at the speedwq, list-" ;- ing best fuvshes- of third m the .. . -'I}anSouth; _500of 1993 and '.fourth in the spring race af'94, . . ~yhen the show was cut to 400 . miles. Janett has no top fives in -; the Southern 500. ~ . . .
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Meueng4r o n,n1 AUG 30, lgge SGO M : ; WH&E The 7 30~t 1(e Frld41 M4oenyor 9141071 810,071 Frla4t AUG g8, 1996 ~ rruer n r,m nU8 36, 1888 ~.~~® N2g01 N2001 _gl„7,81f~YY r.evccunxas eeaucurerxca ---------------- -------- ~ Inlemai(onal Recewe"ydt~r5iig7oYp,xS.C_ ' rk 7~q4 rgrnwe-+andp~se~ ~roi ` j^~t :-::k W them nll 4 ~l Nenld Wlum/ue 8d Arn 76f~Gor. don neel r Q90 jo Wtdunl Rusty ?, a,Week sadier, ". lied qasned nt Is` mer7eup li011rq Incldents ~ HEfiE: Enmhnrdt,'~ ~ pe~nii Wennp ana - a~Es:,Whocan survNo ' I afl)wk.9N's n nttw nnsbr..,. . AIOWkd-f~* Oftlit" .tf e~- - R ace ruies. cnange~.~~wnat~ an It uSBd l0 p5" rlpw.tl19t them are .. Mo,veBLbut fl[t 4b0 ~tpypl~ J,4e;•p;., i ~ t .. I was 16~VKre we ry: ~( reorypclmun J+ko Hel:on 1, Chepp~ W-fj -- ' A 8y Sqh'eder µvsurGdre [ d: chen cs ,P° 4 C aSnP c pp~dP A'Agugry4lgMk~ changeatnll ~ lhe~ould.bemsdcuntil,nftet '-handelukeeyx.men4,wirh I d~ruleaereda BRIS`I'GLT Y es eon: '~flDazlington soesnaW alier Petreetoma)relhemove,"' ,, Yuginia.NASCARhaschenged -wercarALchi d~a yr y Dnle'Jerrensprospecuof . neglecnng0oessnxlldetul.~+ endinatyplcelly~NASCARs c ' p; ilsndena aio ~ g , aurtepUUou4fesNon. . waswc f r 4•IwinuingtheS null,onW,nston Schradersignedanewcontr~ . .;: Beginning wilh Sunday's IThc mks are U: onut ;,~''~ ~, ~ ." ' with Bud and cal ownv RicJr ,~ n H d i h S ' that . en r ckovmenqnt ago.j r MountainDOwSoulhemSUDet wcrefortheAL11U,4Q0~a5 r,77wbffin~l'akwo U ' O hk B ' ' chien U {Irel course , g te M to Che lvMo D l n vm n ar ing '.we,heldonJuM.7~? , Ce a will be ullow d to add a l ~ r o e ~ . Themlcdxerequltoa jgoJSnt h t 6 t h lfi S 1/2 , ( rom ) o a nc • to • '~. rear spoiler and 4 qusr)er-inch l-Ae1 ~ GM Goodwrench'?I00 (ht d a N f g nrsccl ,etne twlde 3/2)hf ic (from-11o3-3/4loteronl.~L ~(~+ddY9 aRO ,a .5'~}pl ;!nact<re me oniycnenpmo lficsell '1Lischen eweenv a J g mJCeseARaBw[rtwnsprrstadm 6<r!'ei'ticsbc~ngple}edhy drlJes)isc -61'to the,.YAxtumirlgSchnde(doeeme{ro ' 't~tie l d h ~ . t Ino erstoenewleem -4o w et .. ~j~a'PLOIFA, iV[.azest + wouldbeg4inWbykeelilng~.. ' rAicetlonls estrreek s unhsp~yddrvwithshe = ~ q/th Hdkl7lhlikB nrorrageasey~esooveeenceam-eev j ~ofKenScl:fude((mmthe " candidatutodrlveaheNo25, l , t srhoRrronceonthetideo e ,,, WinstonCuptnscksig.When OnFridaythegoeming k"~IBUdwpecrtlof.351o1heSkonl earnextsuso,q,+ppe><tohe + aekkedaboutit,rheetandy0lioC -y~y's.n~_pma,dentfor ~1~)No.33-ie ' .,. ~Nngto WUdBmt6nandDvdke -: ByDICKBRINSTBR r'~4r"',:;500- f:iryolmwml ''ItMnkRwouklbepeatforthesponifhe'd APSporrsWriler 4rZ' snctory S 'Bernhardifmm win`i("WdBandurdl,6elkvedmbedrlvinget ', DARLINGTGN, S.C. (AP) -Dale larrcu.t putunBby„00,pkonwmorcat ~~bout70RvicenntWrysiceBy.'n. - ' says no milliomdollv bonus i1 necaeary to gu r the mwt d llniW~ ±: n+But he 1 thiNdobr4 IODpvttn t BemlurdL ''. himexoiledebouldriving$undayinNavadi-'xr+But74ret11mtt fdut's'~' Buf6't5ny)o'eddtheJohscf39othvdd-. - tion-dcfiSouBwm3lID..: .,~ You'' c6y ve8oqy u oq -mwiqtlul4ece(too„'hateld. . . d "You don't need any added mcenuv~io'ger , equlpmtlo4.W ~- a`yle?0a rigl6Joln Bdl~Spu e11 recipient of B,e ~ psyched up for tMs,:' Jarteu said on tAe eve of.', enyaoe else ~ Up J9-yrmr•old~ :Eopoe unblitlad in 1983+SatrOtt hu been teu• :' quelUUyingfof4racethaleoulddefineh4cprpef,Z why' '7qGlndati exluqlvely4tD4rAn~6n seeaueehewin- ! To Iertetl and hb btethreo ly'NA$C, ' ,) Iike Iq do 14 in 17 pmvl?u41ace4 kre he knowt uutlon '~_ Winston Cup dtvrsio0. ihe annud dt6d(,,, ' Day Weekend in the Snuth It the Rofe'. e~rt tooel dbx~tsrcha 555~~~ get eway wlth ~ u 4tackoOrhNng n~onketmeio(svm s~. ... misMee__'Ias, dY' u~bveYnoroom . eTtw bonus is greeq'tlw 4dd.~ e ` atDeriloefta, f ,f . . .. Iraceeverybodywmu,mwm.'.Y4 - r 'vpek 7rwasbuntor~5to108•mphrwln~in Beceule de won.previously rh14 _ 4'~herroler' 9lO,:nd today we ro mnWngn65 or 170. onr. Daytona end CfierlottI only 7eerett he4 ' Ftla lui sc ' ,jn copce tloo tM_evao a 4pllt second, meolleclNaWlmlonSeJeclMi8loh - aieempng`~. d o5cyne.~ywindnpOpthewrceker't goestqany~Mver'-mwinthreeoffautNASCAR•frvddW, k."• • sA +' majonloNbsuneyeu. vi' ''BoNg` ofgaaz.hondonns"The41-yaraldPSmhWtreidthekeytuvk- HewnluymputhisPerdonthcpokinGual-"ttpsbba ' $6ndey!"'"H'~i Y{~{14!tory'yreepeetforltoakc4rreeing'sorigioal ifying' Then he must aruld bring quptu"'~~s* ds5fumtWa experiewc ; suPenpeeqway: ~' uPinst~wJivsoenario. a4rioWeepoteHe•. I'vebsensueevWlatDUBngmnb[eeusel larreu hugtlned a measure af fame by twke._ kspec4~used urd 1R~ P for Mm so F..show BW rrapep,'• he seid. "They don't call it denying DaleBamlrdl vktay in IIb.MYlne4. Dolm. '` 'r'}'.i• yr.;! , xy } too bugh to tune /arw.wblq.•, NASCARoff:c,aL. w+; "v ) f h appmeo yrswt commentn9w . p,no ne Hpndn tng,[o saidtheeexrou bynocAmgls IdS'chredergo,butBadweiset(is ~. (atheAo ( h7eS~ r , I unhappywtthlheettangemeou. . Clrolrvlll2, CN nU0 30, 18ge N4220 ®.aesnc n_rr_xc_s I . I
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Earnhardtff Darlingto~n fr DARUNOTDN, S.C. (qP) PeYnon Dak Famlurdl hes listeped ta /he, whan he volca eacA dme'he's'come ro .;~?tiwtlootpta Dsrlingmn Raceway. ' , . ~ ~. 4BemherN has Earnhardt Bnt heard it in 19)9 ; rccord•lylag 101h , ,..„„a, t' dentaPocoooIdelnedhi%[orthleriing his lul Dodingtoe,, Southern S0U.and rccin8 B B/ah reat ~p~edaerond ~b, u~ ~ ~yan v ill B®Ip David Pearson was eaked b lake• =7gg. por~ .IalLlhe.. Wt over.'. .,' SpulAe(n5006'andP+YNnfpF~l ]:i -- earson powmed the~ alo~' yyerling Merlrsi lnah Da ,,eun ecedenledloihvi<I in$ton. ' : - " '-d You've gol to,gel yuU 'They were alweya henn on 1911 W dtg {6aoggorv me,fiollering Dolthke.Davi ddrd.,cariiand gertln~g'' bu ...r${~'}aw IBemherdt wld an ARef;ywBkhtng~~MrdYeb~l[yMrcm ) him, suro enougfi he' A elped me e, ag ~d ypn I~a~ t erq d`ahe et vemendous amount on how tc' 6g naUack a•r're n~ to rvn e bt ,. around thu ncatnck:'; .- , he,,ter. . zr , "' Eemhardt u.ted IAetknowled$e ~punharya , y, for nine vmtodW.lt~~JASCAR a ~.+--I oldest su rs dw9 an3Ts pIng forpAis~eext eaenu ro~l~~~~ hearaon In SundayY Southern,SpD. ^lt'e like ncelkyodi'ja'' anyrecgg,„.. Yhhh' ro.ou wnc.te; guy woe best and you leam1how to'do It; ' `-* Earnhardt se1d~~S EembuOb.g sevpn-time.Win~loa p1 - . _ . LWpoABt~letr,t4lsanede ' a: anaggrssive, tlet•out epccittFer If pou get;Yo his way, too bad. Paraoi,'ihospon1 No..2 cereer winner with 105 vicroriea, wu momapetien br9pqt,wM1ich mede y e', 'oeturs sueceed at Dq1, Everyyoung~dd sUaooed la tor:=i , Dedfagbn pcau`the7 YOY lnurt TRee thd~. -R w'PI'he cuurtc 16 1.36(rm frym~~y ulbcS .oftrce6 , and fourth tumTM[3ita straighlaways and narrow curvesJ -A Ion is usually rewcrded w th . vipto Dadingroo'sge{• _, rather than'vtutorylene:','Jnfr;;, 'lhero are Lwolkey: Flqneon 'dlving DaAlnNtoo;pqfieri« ~ r- ~, :conceniratidn, a.Wip~tae,ap.Eri 'er Kenny Wetteee fi76Y'One Yag in either and you'ra'in ttrnubk: ''-Pc.rson; afriend of Earnhardt rdrivu,ded Rslph;seld Bamhei had toehange his inclinali«i ewap sheet metat. "We did whomp back and.hrlQ a little blt," be wid. Ooce Earnhardt kanwd oungtol,' Pearson said, the ricmries .t loglon aame tgularly. I WkedbDelequiteeblts getting around Lhia track," Peusod. add. ^1 don't know If I tapgAt Wm", any leuoru.^. I . Pmm 1966AD, Eemh.rdt vmn ! _ , e1x df dte 10 ram heW et Du/ '.. ~~ .• ;:...~~ . . Ingmn. 7het wy; elmnu to ;By ,. Diek Brlnster - r~ ~iyt,ry! III CIa,MI TbAH DARLINCTON, S.C. Although he la a /rllnew ehy'of a milllon-dollar bonus`Ds1e 7arreh gatk° liomething even bigger In theP oeueng on e.gp~ BW ' BueBq BUNBB ru ; . . } : ~Ha 1«t'sfle of R'of 1he•laet "tlm£fhqTChal SEP 1 18B6 lhe h~ph banks of Dulington Intemetlunef F , 'Oiveh a xhoice'(n'Morch betweeK'gnrAblin victory or'mekJng'a late,fuel atoc t'at~ +ltlon In It e Tre ~L11®® NB11g,~~;y~r11NBNpg{q, JamH rolled Lretdiee. 't:.. asa urrrxas plaheotth'me i.., He I«4 and a IgBIDraCa pl ihWlnatonCtrpchemDlorutilpl' onu ine,t;;,:'We weree buld at thal time 'u uW .he . eaked me onlhe radb ~Wlml doyeu weM,'we;ceme:heretowin Kyd ~ :eeld,, .That-much has notMrMgedfu:l4e 39:,1 . ~JarreH tdes S1snrlaYIto become onty thei ~ . driver to tolku,thel~' neton Selesnu~ll~,R bonus,banlred6y.BRI,lr/ltq~[1N'I(i'1J~ ~ _.. ' - t Iheiw)nper oa tit 1985 egoeso; NASCAR re<es In'Qln'qme,ye4h ,: Jarrett Aas done;every{itIOg P~ Q;to: aell In ,posilion:to w7n>vflracGE~Bd nR clrcult's most dBllasll.pack leQIYQ,ayrA . queBfying speed.o1;17Q834 mph that put. Southenl SDD' .on the polelor.the47thr{ed"" ; But ihe race Is aCeondary, to thl; `ahlD, the m«t toyeled.prixe;lq{stotk~D Artell,l8, lou,t}L JI!;pUSN~it1W. Ih with nln FIT 0 0 ~~ N361B ~~ N507g H_rNrBBIBOraeef r x 9 , eJnBt~Y60raeaa urrr xoa %{9 n f l[tRlf wa ` by$,wai ~tl e Mlu { wllh 841 dP~. . .Le~leeehoonyyyr .~, •It`nrber~thm?~oy6pdY; cl u 1 oeeoller°i bop o eDO.~y ( hbleeome ~ 4ee91s. a,rJ$ri~:r,t~d' d ~'Ifiat wm wdl and ._ we yfete<:dh~ aeeeon; tiJerrdt oLit pe urelx reces Into the OeW rkoSouth'strate~ NmJ,'We're 22 races Into'il ea.on. WE're only 127 polnys`lbnck WeVe got, eCNelthamQlonshl (~Even n he•loaes J dqpingltl)e "- coflec`I"11D6 'DYYtonelEOD ~gcaCola II erFncaiDcla•a flel aUnh In the" Pl evSrM`vAdning~a ~f' 1 ~>~, `~wh lU ~ihk .nd lrt d .. 41 d J ~ deapiy : at7P~B~ot~ `le to pd tt,d truk~'h~ ?perrMrlem reaped In the red 4teR Aal 1:~ n all 7 times l~~'Ja;T~ fy:PrNBr w}nutg,t~, 1 i~InlcWt Irau wra~t,~;,ddNeFit t alddve NqrrBat"e<°y I n~ N~t mtFV„ Aei and raCbjthemplon Jeff GOrdqB,~I NY wpuldljoin_~ Ne Pamhardt eB a I f~ avalghf b 1 ngton racee 't`'t~ •~ ~i ,~,('at~anrag '~one thtng_ ~ e o thuRqberttfYa,}es Ree q~, Z ~r.. . „ , ~ L Ipnli~ng I ek kno BbdgN dt:aa eNlnkh W~dklYtb .n• ! NIeNDry, NC Namd NNtlry grl4ra . Bdunlry . DB10Bf terntlry 011,941 NU6 31, l88g '•':hem Meaeid.,,".Il't: rB' ivgDBuen~^wllr~1.'. t (Iguree• o come lr'q~tt I bbrrNlavn, TN CIWm Tribunn AUG 29, 186g
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Wlllw•Bern,PA Cllhms' Voln enrNrr h,enh.. M.I ruo Tyrmk, PA XeNd Albsnr Md A,el csOASI I A116 69, 1996 p06 3t, 1996 ~/~/'~ N46B0 ~ WtsGlGrrrarcurr,xn, AutoRacing e--; N4662 {~_LB110117eaeas nurrxns arnhardt4,: ~ea ;.rronm ' CcBl6ttnm,PA . Jx0 ;a!*r1 , ,- . .. BfaNd ar 1~ '~o s {saOter/ 'PMlt/dr^/L Jarrett"sets ' g Mrlknr r:+ ~ = stR~"'~ DARLINGTON S.C, (AP) sald,. U e lapse tkelmerrnn 1 V u 1,/1 4*t yl ur I v- lenaq euNelAR table for Dale Fwrnhardt hAS Iislened ln ypuire ,n tr ylb{e } M hq lcnl lhing kn+inN drh inti the,vake each Iime hrs come In P~~ar n n frlr F e Larn Ihe ram cu nnd pv11in1, yr ur: SEP 1, 1996 AB. Dnilln~kM RACewa ', , n11 n dm er 1M1 rlph Ild rl+ylhm (,ndng" EarnlMr It wld. i M run EnmhanltRrstheaNltlnlYY ~mhardthadi ~heh n I1youcnn~;etynurselfr mhrbl i~~. ahlnab r+minn.nA m, hnd N4676 IDARLINN S~C. Dale' denlAlRnconnsidelinedhlfqtor tr~e dnidw~rm Mk nn~d riglit'nround IheracetreGk, ~M' h auus rAearu,rnnca 'n In to re h I h u fi' " l bl 6 g l, run n e rcl ald You er e h h. . Jerretl who will e Mlru to trin. the Southern 5(10 and recina Int k :Once Earnhnrdt 1 Med rl p- -E+ImhANt's quest to be Dnr- bonus In Suodey a r at David ar P Dli t h l h ~ A e on e m yrTs m s SI- sln~7Acuntdn Dew Southern $W at m take rrver. ~Irol,Pearwln Mld; t •Ichnks n1 WDaNin~Rm rnme.'r't~ulndy DarllugNn Rauxeri iot oR to a Pearenn powered the fnr tiyen' starlFtidayby yua(tfyL1g munprecedented 10th vkmrvrrflt '(II4la MtnDalequlknAiteb- pole In hlp Yad'NundprBVd Darlingh/n Out ~111r,R amunA,~YIrIs track," atlio.91/mpb... .,. .. •,I l rl r vn Pesyn~µm as7d.vly:deo cn+~~1~'knoW lfi Jatrell le a~l~l~~I~E_Ie for the : ~y µ,erenlwnye eadngnn ~up~umhl9AbpD; Ear(Ihardt wrm R7rtstao Sdecl Aouuu° aRer al°'-'me, hnllttln(,•,'G+I1111 ke Davld slx'.of Ihq 10 ram Id At D,7r• oW two W faur dedgtwtsd raas . did II ... do this and do DML"' Iinglhn; Thal ~was' elRllar •hi earllerNiheyeeralDeylarrand p.rµerdlenid:"Afterwctching Pearsnn's dlimineYe Irnm LBarlelte. UnlyBill.Elltotl, (n him;-spreennugh,hehelp~i me lp7-Al1~'wheq''new I ht'„r N~,tronliu'eeufthefomandMt-1neremerNnuemm~umnnllnwm ~ h et arouM ihls mMrsck" ~ lA rattxh<nnles Ihrre ,: ' ketedtheb[nus w . g . Jeff Dordoo, defenllNg Wirutan . plp ehampke and wlnner o( Dw EnnJMrdt'used that kndw- I 'IrsmSodh 400 at Derlulglm lest ledRe klr nlne victnries at NAS• NWI qualllledalongWeJarrett CAR'r oldest supenpeeqwny Na,(bevroletdl7o911 Md Is pre plnE fnr l+is nexl .y ~m~ u A " d s A th (x) ., . Sadh6ta50DQutCtFME 'e nY1x141Ux t< WI >WhlqnxrrrM1'. arwM L, keMnwnNral rMM.Q/r .:w i.r~,M-.w.:.M,.. wepm,wr.w,.awm,ns,•.wI ~ .... ... , I IIa 1M euae GmoM eb,40A IA e m e,w n4r. rrl\we,nra w nl. .M ee.Mnw.o.wblrwteke llnwnry,y~p wmelhbafkral 1W WIx.alwrnrMNnllawA. rrF,rMUAY.b,n•MMh[ae wm. 1 m len l.eM. n.xMeaarnb M K smexl/wl.rnrwres lll.m x"ul xn rexun ra~,,a ur •r; EnmMrdt sald. mmowemsxnnm,wwmonwa , 725 Emietlonto dn.Preclsetestlntonlhe .;eenslqr,r' . MarkMarllnnt>1152 ~ , ualrrwwnrntwa.v,awx EarrJuNt, a seven-Sme; W6. ~;He becnne eh¢ielghlh drfver Irven e161,192362,51erlin ~• Mar- cltcult'e most difficult track lad uanA,•m'r+w.rmrwne.waMx IiWn Cu P M~' In NASCAR's mp stock car dlvl• Iln at $1,022,315 and WnllnceA ngypesd nMx.aamlrmt.ne,x,aMat P chem In h mnile ot 179.&i4rm that putlhb PoM xtolrwearar.etavrnss.wx. his Ilving ns an a•ygreselve,lial-'slon ro v nu Ihe k mm .- Manln is Ihe onl nne n( lhe nmlAmnlY.art.fa/1WY,M4Mx t rp , ey y anP7xrywurorsr.mnw.m outepeedsler.I(,ynulP el inhisrmark "x elchlmlllkxwim'wlnhasyetlnonthepoteorthe47[h3outhern ' But the race Is secondary b Pe lhe areon; e rt'DNn: 2'en• ' u.rr a.n wx ;to win e $l mlllkwl Mnus wllh'a' "' In in the 9( mllllnn mark ,, ,rstwAewawm, wn ; ton bnd. +^ Dalelnrrett who hae a dMnce n e rnce'61is seawm ~' . riimMwaw rnn~x',awo. reer wiMer wit 1(19 vkNldes,~;vkta /nSunda eSoulMrnS(Al w{Ihnine h mcesrerrMlnin•nnA+ the ser(es champlonshlp, lhe car nlmtwus"r°°~b"rnn' . wae more n IIM . Ick- r ~r t DwIinRion, S.C., leads every- 31-event sdxdule Are tw+ rw+re remost emg~ Jer~rettpis fourthtie pur unnan x.,reasxsrwunMSws L P Y~ - a annup' wwr.ru.rMawm. ypoltype,whchmadehlm'nAw•i pne wilh $1,ASA,9Jl1. Defending wlnlns drlvers, Rick R,dd e( suit of lt, with nine evente re. mw/r.e,.s,xyMy,ayrw wiiiwm tural mry.suaeed nt.lA,rliry(M+n, ~i,eedee champMr, Jrtf GoNnn hns 69DI,a9R And Michael Walu{p nf inelning. '' /. I n1YWw' MntNIMwIW.wMw '.eeereabaropedSin for e eWe~r-'~'s1,799.7tIR, inllowed by<urrent SAqa,A15. .. , A , mlomwv.wmwMn,r,Awm ound DarlinEtm hean.lhelrrle a nnonrm..r.arr.r,wtwn „ Im M,al..s.a.awn¢wx,thin~: You must race~lhe nn,e~.~ir.oen.rrerwrarawx 'rACefrark.". . . .::. WIFeMYr,Mnmsrt>aw.tll. .'• '. nno.rxwnMrsm,wxw.rsro,wm ' The course Is a 1.3AGndle'rib- h".a~',k°+,ey,r,r' WwxMl°. :.Ibnn of treachery, fmm.ip bulb- e i nawn y~{ renwe, a nmHthlN and fourth turns ~m Ils MIr.MI„6,NMtwm:.... slrelr•hrxvav<.,vl,•..rnw: IIAW,rqrtMC nrYee:-!+ A/ '~`reseirMieYnually..re-' rM,[WWhWM I w rd d i n I r e v Ih aIrip mDAr InR- +•wlwnrrawm. m.+rs,rwn Ann .}ui,w enw,e'm•rm~wOrl~Mi eww ,. ~e 6nrAbre rather than v{rtory IelMwmxMY,MSh[„xwwN . . la~ smen vr.uxn 9!e!'9!4kr"As7s. _-. . . ' "There are two key elemenls to drlvinR Dnrlingmn /hl ti- ence Md concenlration,"-Win- sbn Cup driver Kenrv Wnilnce 6nrnhnrdl hA+ « ch v~ Rrerecnrdlying.l th Ilcl ry slncewiAr,fln~•hlslas arlinglnn rnre'(, the,*Tf~,nSqu 4f~1 1 n ~ yearsngnHe(Inis .6nlmiu Dillfhiptta (lC~Mnn3hhv ~l~~P mnnerupto Ste~l ~.tadln i Ihu,1995 Tmn9outh~,:, I . ' r 6 ler c ons lP ~ J Nn1•,mn'e master,wnuld+.uellyrrett emP grnb mint of the pre•race ntlen- jDARL(NDTON, 6.D. - AI• Iinn. But lhere Are other cnm e-I~ugh he 4 a victory My or e tharien this year. M i rAlWoodd4qIWr bonus, DebJSrrett arrett -I~xllemptln •~R be focusing on something 1 Ny h+enblggermtheSouthern500. (~ecnme the secrMA drlver In his• . He lost site of It of the last tnry to win Sw}Y Inshm Millinn time'he challenged the high bnun. Afw+, lelfTreTniC the de- Eanks or Dulingtoo IntemetionfendinA WlnslnnCup chsmpk,n, al Reeewry. elven a choice In Is going fnr his third consecutive 5lerch between gambling on a vklury at DArI{n1•,lon. rlctoryormakingabtefuelstop Pearson lan t,hqhered nb+ml'mst a»uld cemeot a better En Ppssibly sharing lhe.viclnry;~~~~trolledthedb~gouth mark wllh Earnhnnit, wl.om Iw -He IosA and a 15thplxe Dnlah wnlrhed ~n w up in garages nnd'aoat Mm about 25 polnts In the hahimt Ilre whtxl. Wlpy(pp Cup championship bat- IFanyhxi~•ha hMi ln break II If'-t I d.Aytt I d rather have Wle „ '•We re bold at that lfmq" _ Ibrc,+L(LrnShw~`nybildY+l ' e '"1'hey asked me on the Pe ' u n's nrn,m t y Arson sald rsdio; M1Vhat doyou wanl to dur, '~ s Isnld, Wecemeherebwln 5 ~r :'LThet much hes nut chengM as wallaCe 8tit t0 .aS,!" ,.. the a9-yearold Jarreo uies sun- ` ° ~ ~ NASCAR's•, Magic Money Mark ~ b~m~t the Winst • lect Mllhon. The bonus, benkM 1 .by,D111.Elllolt to Its Inaugurel ' ' l hl The vlcln IeetSalurden seeskuder and former chnm . 7 Y,' champ- yenr oI79B5 goes to the winner Rusns edsml Tmn al- b ! at b T ( b l NA9CAB 61AlS 4A f h e } y , ., n erry on n e n1 . o t ree o uur maJor. A 1 "11'e like en ute lick Y t! You"~I+I IacebooskdthefomerWInslon Seven-time Winston Cu raceelnmessmeyev. m. You watch tlx~u ywhn's me', Cup champion over tl,e fl m14, champion Date EarnhnMt F Jarrett has done everythtn~ bMtnnd ynu leam M•w~6~ dn IIl'' lion mark In eamingr I/or• tl+d fourth at f1AD11,J44, followed by Posslble lopu t himself in post- " ' ~. ,1
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Nodolk,Y0. VlaafNfAN-Vf[o1 Nm1nN-MrqmtN.wr-Memybn NnNa eunEet SUN240,d87 SEP 1, 1896 I r~r~e P5548 ~LY~II®rRaeS C61rrrNOS It was just another quiet family day; it'll be time enough for nerves today. sY Dog rntm STAPPWRlfER DARLINGTON, S.C. - It wesbusArese as usual around the back ~ end of Dale Jarrett's transporter Saturday at Darlington Itaceway. Llfe was so ruutine, a streoger to. NASCAR Winston Cup' stock car racLtg would heve been uneble to. , tell thet Jarrett was racing for the - '. $1 million "Winston Mlllion" bonue ' In today's SanBlgln58Q staflingg from the pole yarition: .: . . Jarrett's fether Ned,. himself a . two-tlme NASCAR ohemPion, was teBing folks that he'd never aeen his son so calm and eollected. "I've never seen him at peace as much as he is right now," Ned said Semrday. thought he had a flat tire. He need- ed a yeBow feg. . . Suddenly, as he headed into turn ...one behind oery flredberrp, Jarrett ; slemmed into the back of Brad- `bmty'e aer: Bredbetry crashed and the yellow fleg o+me out On the radio momente laW. Jer• tett reld hie cmr thm Bradberry, . had been all over the race track all night. But on that particular lap, Bredberty was minding his uwn ' business and covering the low "it certainly wasnR intentional;' . Jarrett said here Saturday. "By that ' tlme, I koew my tlre wasn't guing down and I was trying to get the positions back thafI'd IosL Bither he elnwed down or I went in too hard, but I hit him, It was my fault. But I didn't mean to do tt. And then he added: "Tve only done that aoe dme in my aareer. It was at North Wilkesboro about four or Gve'yean ago. And there was somepaybacklnvolvW." Jerrett wouldn't say who his vic- Deh,to be sure, displayed no ...r~utW few .eee~ tnmco whataoever. The extra pub- ° ~Mpgggs to Wx, and he ren be . . . . .: . , Bcity ts Juet fine with Idm. Com- "EveIyBIInH Is fun ageln;" Dele laRetl4pya, anJoyinglM W~db' Jerrett finished eighth In Satur• pared to the trouble he endured try- gfter spending some tlrne In ihe'sMdow of 19ammate EsMe Wen. .. dey e Grand National race and mg m NI Brote Irvenb ehaes N the , r, .. . } . '. .s - plsnoeA to reaerue the avanhlg for Robert Yates Reeing No. 28 Pordd good txer.iptc of thc vwiete end e Jametfe are good peepk.iLare Ws family. Thunderbird during the first half of turm of W s epon In.t Year, bd f4 b io Mer gentleman In the sport 7t will be hard m evea think 2p95, this attention is delightful wasn't eyen In 15 uuTOn Cuy, Ha than Ned Jarrntt , '" about the money when my Ylde ere '^Itde is much better and much worked with e' Oraad Nnlon. xIiut unlike Jeff Gordon, who has here ' he said, '4hn going to ohese more eNoystle to talk about," Jer- team. " 1i • t-"rollned,hie image ss a dean<ut, them aroand down Mro amund the rm seid. " is Nn again. 71de yeer„1nneY ha+ bqenfruo-~ ",; aPeakw-evil enmpetl- motor homee. , Be[ore.ltwaeebto(.estmlxb-dil.,.p,/na.JdmfN[rsaoYed.aN yynar~t~ti~ dqw his .„"UpW.(28-manth.-oid) Zachary fwultworktomakethingsheppen." Jarrett~tgfort6e-Win^ro - geslFamWne"'totime"`°`cpr,'ha'ou(alidut9-or7.30P"m.;you, Said Ned: "I think that helped mhon~ he Is'in'.the thick of the 4VIn- '7diotsl IdiotsP' he exploded at eanR ev<n think about much else preparehlmfortMssltuatlon." ..-; smn Cup chmnpiolwhtp battle'and Brletol In the spring of 1993 after but ebeeing him around and doing Outeldethetransporter,however, has'won%four-teces, Includlog the:eOlNdlhg with the lapped:.car of . what he wants to do. He'N help teem publicist Randy leney had a' Bric14'sM 400, the Daytona S08 ud ~lgobbylliWn and eraeMne mthe . keep my mind offo[ it. lonk in his eyes that suggesled a the Coca-Cola dOP. _ ~1~': ati~fJomth tlun."It's a elume Wtohlike Bm I donY reaBy eee a sltuatlon bmnb udgtd go off beMnd his back:.,:'.But lmwy . knows hu job'-L' that ;that ara out there." ;.of not being able to sleep or any- any sewnd . much easier because!of Jarretfe Moments earlier, on national thing. H it'e going to hit me, I think 7'm the anty one who's beehdutetanding'iharacter; ' Jatrett 1a television, he had throxv his drlv I'll probably be V1 ty nerwms be- lumping out of my skin," saM one af the maet congenlal and caop eYe hehnet agahfst Hl(tln's car as h fare the start of race, but I usu• leney. "I went to bed at 11 last eretive drivers in the gerege; and paseed. NASCAR parked Jarrett for ally get nervoue before any nce. night and woke up at 3 e.m., wide Ife no put on. .. ~ the rest of the race. "And I hope that continues, be- awake." :~ Perhaps It Is because he gruw up f ' ~ Jusllast weekend, late in the cause whm that smps happening, laney, a vetenn stock cer racing In a NA6CAR femily and; knew„night race at Bristol, Jarrett sud• I'm going to get out of this public relations maq Mrnseif is a whattne@a'J.AlmofNiehoneuee ~.denly,began falling back. He business." ' T. La.bonte`: breaks ,Martin's GN grip BY BOB ZEUIB . . beat him off turn two.I culdd reaNy ~from a Bery frobtstretch crash in John Andrettl to a tlvee-year con- srArrWRmeR"~. getbackNlMgasnverthere.". ;r;'.:Fr1Qye ffrst ro,und.of qua?Ifying, tact -is undaunted byAndretU's DARLDiG"fOTN, S.C. - For the -Martln, who started. from the :wu 9ulrkest in the eecond rouod 1n - miserable year. Nst time since 1992, samcoce oth- pole, sald tAere was actuelly en ad- Gle beckup Pontisc Grend Prlx. ' I thWc he's got a lot of talen " mthan veniage to not wkudng.''M1Vhen we Bmmn posted a lap of 167.174 Yarborough sHd, "And there are a MarkMmtinwenttovlctorylenein win'em aupeoplegetawfWsM.kd ndlaeperbourandwIDstart35ihin lotofpeophinthlssportwhohave 11 d ih d ld S 500 t bl d t h ~ NASCAR NOTES ou rn e one year an etoun e a .eys . rou um e sa 4 the Labor Day weekend Grand I.abonte led the most laps - 66 .. Only eight drivers participated in the next year and go the other way. National rece at -and inherited the leed from Ihe secnnd round, He'a yoing, ba's a good clean-cut Darlington ItiUryCraven wlth 33lope to go :1lmrowaeoneeigNBcantasuel- k.idendhe'egotalotofwant-to." Nscawe . when C4even failed to pit with the..,,ty-Joe Nemecbek was 42nd fast• Terrylsbonte restoftheleadere . .. ,.,: ,.edendfalkdtomskehisflrotrece WHICH MIWONt Dale Jarrett broke Martin'setring or three during the lastoffourcaudunpe- ;of19pQHewasMhontheliatfor aeys therek no question which is slraight Wcturiea, wimd,lg the Dure rlods•.The roeson? (]aven'e crew the fom Pravlslonal aterft spots, more Important if he has to decide Lube200byabomeightcarlengdu chlefwaserguing withaNASCAR::wMrll.wentSoJeffBurton,Ricky whethertoprotxthlehopesforthe over (who else?) Martin. Dick lnspeetorandPailedtegmhlmon'~Cnven, Kyle Petty and Robert WirumnCupchamPlonship-whk:h . 9Yickle was third, foBowed by Da- pit road, ..iheasley. !' pays * bonus of more than 81 mll- Wd Green and Randy ta[ole.l5ve Creven restarted the race in sev- '`- Mher drivers who failed to make Non- or go albut for ahe Winston otherrarefmishedontheleadlapr enthandfmiehedslxth. ~.:therux wele Randy MacDonald, MlufonwlthaSouthem500vktory.. "The Busch car has run good the' With his fourth-place finish Jsy Sauter and Robby PaggerR who '7t would have to be the champi- last sevmd races, but we juat Grand Nagtional points leader Green wiped out the Ible-Kemp Chevy in onship," he seld. "7he opportunity hednY been able to get to victory. new has a lrsd of 100 points with. a practice abcident before of winn4lg a m1Won doBers in a lane," labonte said. "This was ff Wa racee le[t In tha seeean..,:. ' ~-.,quenpMg. ; slryle race is gteat, but the chempl- nellyourday." onsMp6whatit'saSaboutandthat , "Ma>{c could beat me off mm SECOND•ROUND OEWJfYIN61 l. CJIIE ON /INONFITh. (:ele Yer- would be the ultimate for our rau four a little bit, but I could really Ward Burton, who walked away bomugh, wlio has signed struggling teem." J' .. /' . .... ^ , ~' .
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~,. SlcwEOrro[ .. DAWSONVILLE, Ga. - Eleven years ago;:Bill Elliott.~walked awayy trom Darlington `{ Raceway with the largest single. day payoff in NASCAR hrstory. - the W in ~ton Select Million - ~ withacarhePeadilyadmttswas- . n't even the best one in the field. "There were several cars that were probably better than I was," Elliott now says• Harry Gant radreal well. Dale Earnhardt ran-,: well. Cale Yarboroughran well. Cl th lt bih)l ae waseasgg caenge,<, but he had a broken power.steer-- Ing line. The main'thing was-l was able to steer clear and:miss ;everythingthathappened"'-- Elliott said after the racethat "I ~ ~ . honestly.don't think fcould have beaten Gant Whenever he was right, he Just went out." But Gant • blew an englne, So did Earn)au'dt - And when Yarbomugh s car devel : oped its ptpblem, EWott tlnally let ~! •.himself think he might actualll. , _ -. wintherace,_1:'_,~-~. Bill atlent n m e as a en ot:..th~at detue 8p•myt 'elAas he~~ ,c 1.9h Y . o. ~ s. ged acctdents, ittstarted to : ~-, lt s very Elat•, greater;i think I'm starting to . otle$ 30 rev look better. But it wasn'['tll the ,4Lf+,The,:cele¢i ek t 'v+'jb,p9 alrirookle • ~ updgrstatJ,d whet'Jeff Gordon' There wasr a v.orld pf r ~ S"lastlltllebtttha(lrealizedlhade sure S sbmaofstheaeotherguyscc-. yb onme EDlott s~l: ~t . our ~re,8oiqgYhroudh:SOmenypeo- . •.- ~4 d ~ me ari}tval~.. ~avs6h w& -chancetowlnthething weresontitny hingsp s ory,,p]~,R!eY,tsotnuc3tof.yourtipte To get his mill/on t¢ol/ar ]t ; $~ cAtSte{vertlboLter'get used to~., Elliotthadevaded'catastrop g ~jj n +~r dg~av~P~rn ttjt~~h ir: ntmdforthetUture; ',-severaltimeslnaYacewh h welt~ty~t~vint,eti'!rh -' ~''ttln e at Yea d dreWY4cautionfle s`]te ad ~1~ + t~aiQiastmonl ir,cm: .~ mly~goingtoget{~ .h -preesu >;~vho10 - 1 j Y f i;I3 u ~n Winston uep M overcome those wit lor, .. sup ;.tl~dtt thigv'on rob fs- h • : ~: ' -cars. But most of.all, h¢ h sur.: -th Y~'r ere peop,c th ~ `Rf o(mrtne, andd really , y.vived the ressure,a fo ce so . ~~ ~ ~ t?P ere~ba ; Hut 1 -. P ern+ering; tlL ? sce that week ni heee on wan ~ ot Wins on Cu overwhelmingthatitwa most .tshohadngvercoveredracing?f~~eboint8~udo orel'niieadJNo'more.than GET TWO GREAT UgECN VIICUUMS incomprehensible. ,:before That s how big ft Was. , t, ; It started with~ th money DuringYhe weekendi Elll9ttt', Ell ott!'ldespl ,'ve,run Wlthithe Busch Senes FOR THE PRICE OF I c..: xab.laau+tpn«mwx~.vau,a itself. After all, lhe m ion was tried to stayfecusQdon whaty reces'irt,19~$~ t endas good ae those drivers ere ~ morethananyoneha everwonneededYobe'doneforthecham thntl•3~1 I don,t fe¢1~IfmCOlnpotitive ~.+ mek rowel wen Mm ma+.rcmt r[ [ - e,e'r In an entire seaso~r onthen plonstAipschase,, but peyple:.`WI stof~pp nough to'be codlpetltive in lvaYaumtlskmNnMMLSdb ~<i A I'~ b A I A1)Y'1I rMR. „ ~PRints~ t 0rWinetonFitp,~~Jght.now:l'vegot Lt aM IXY[9. rV e,e'r.NASCARWinstonGupcircuit. , wouldn't]Gthittt. ' ~m' ~"M1WM'qMWAxIV%Wpe1M11l.lxi ` so time v.es ~ pAUCht;(ftoYl@@rmthat it Ary b+um~ ou umoin aea u Then there was tAa needto 'My dea)„at that 1. k~vm +r ~+.NAMIMr. WalQq mry84. MAat provethatthefeat,wltmingthreee working on'the car," he sald -la ~,a eventhink¢eD ot~goingthere 3e pMf 01 A kn') IfAptAx maaip, ' NNbroxAWmlkmrea.~' mWn hcwfetlxAxbMWaqelnwYAM of race of theown Jewels" (the That's part of why we were fnel'"yeal:"9 QtP~ I_,~; nexfyear,I need to go to schooh year at Daytona, running so good. And I resented ; take solace in t`-, ~Hth t r~ r t now Thet s basically what Talladega and Charlotte and the . anyone who took me away 1Mm ? Labor Day weekend , t r n i f{' I n~ need to do.^. blheAaa.pWeM onnepbb famv.aApnapHb~ CxeAOOn .Miut «f rx'.«+IX. w Mxl « secondraceatDarltngton),could.thecar - sponsor eommit his tavorite trecks,=l Indeed be accomplished. `mems,themedia." t : Although'.Stewarfgenorally ' movmnobcnd.d.aFv ~. ~. Only two times revtously in onee you get in the car lt s, Race+ia}; he haddon~d c m ~moves from•one'type of car to . thehistoryof NAS(hadadri- easy," he said'-."That's what you; cefvable and walFCedlawa tn ' another-,1Gtth relative ease, he . a'nilUfon dollarA+"soineth g~rloq c•Fhas'encbunteeGd some difYlculty . verwonthreeoCthosefourdesig• worktoward,that'swhatyou~ onq,.'TelseJnN SCA {d`~Q.inleaping&omopenwheelcars nated races, LeeRoy Yarborough build up to. You know what tq, ~p history can~'se"y ~ ' ~' ~o stockcaralr . in 1969 and David Pearson in • expect when yotYre in the car " >: ~ , t}~t ..!~~.a~,~.~".1976. They did so before they :. He knew what to expect unryl + - on[cx xom • .,y,pAV«yw~i nn/an. : were proclaimed "crown )ewrels". •;he Won .WD OKCM UPPWxt tyn«,rc,.MAwnmM> rowwwuex . sw.ba«beenmr.. or before there was a bounty for "It took'e liltle while For3t all SpeClB~~ ar To.Find~Parts "'425 Save A90 Reg • ; winning them. They were just to sink in," he said. 'Afterdhe 1 ., ,a anotherraeeontheschedule race I waslike man, thls.ls ti I (e~e AlBoth Only '314 ,;t~ "S &"~recke:d,~Gars But the heaviest weight on greatl' We stayed in Darlington v + EBiott's shoulders that weekend , overni htr end when we`cemd't **~ ®~ECK:~-s ' came not from the Winston home the next.day, that's when it ~,:TH~.Y.A~GE ~YARD I N ;~°~ Million, but from the fact that really started to hit me: When I LS DESIGNS he was being forced to deal with saw hotv:many fansshowed (iundy yp,j ) / 1 Forr,man Roa8-5 ~~ 422 N.HuUhes 81vd. all of that hoopla in the midst oPDawsonville;tlldw mucNattgp:h a heated points race, which had . tion Igot.from that point•on~` Eh. beth City, NC 97909 Elliott ahead of second-place (espedially h MoI,.-Fri~- ElizaUCih City ia subseFuentspot±y - Darrell Waltrip.by Just 138.. on,.'the -co Sat 8-A 264-3335 -2488 331 vek. oSports,.. points entering the weekend. . Illustrated.)" .. 9 . ` 1i1'rT"r+fs Wp l.y a . 1' f t ArV lotl made wlnning the p n illid ne has been able An S#O// k..:4m:.. ae ~ ^'Th1q hes'=been'by far;the"-- '~ rs ' r~ ~r toughestlearning curve I've had e-togditnrough~ofau.theditferettt s If Yb~ja~me t` oaii~ama e rumorea -1 , wtfn, name therAdalttfesandthewefg .;" 1ihecats'WestBlranradlgltlt'. h•es -. 1 ~„rJ«t six •w'iththefndy,cere,butwe:hare:~U ~nal starts in w'ings Hnd ground el'~cfa to help , ~ ydar,-old has tthose;cars "You don't have those : i ~ t(~'W1ns(on Cup on a stock car end}rou have dou- ble the welght and half the tread eewhirlgind widthontires:::There<Justbeen a lotof c ~ me ie h psfpo ppingup Foraman~whoisaccustomed~.'L~teck~ tl elenteddri to'9uick success, the:slow.,- w c" ,~utatjJ.hymap} as ; adjuatmentiprocess is some-. • b~IJeff Gordon „'tlmes"hard;to besn And some• Rlie ]t s'a ept)on to make tlmes it s p¢tiltul, too ialn' ``Qrlvers'pas[,very ' -"K'lththesecarsandtherad4"mdc 1 rxdr,gflch others. ,. els ,ahere's a flner llne of error., , ' Likg Gordon Steuart stert You'don't havee uch of,a 'ing.ra9`Irig'go+karts at-avery Bray:ateatowork~wRh; hesaidh yOungage(8n'Indiana, end A'~lot.of times, e lesson that I 11kg:Gordon; ~he's won on vlrtu~ Tou vo learned isidue to the fact ;e11y eY@rytJling that has wheels thet you wiped one out in the eyV•a~won•'tv(o go-Aart world " fence.~ It's :been really hard for- ~dli8~p}qf¢hlpsjin the late198ps, ' me to learnthese cars-but little . b littl t I l e Ytllfd~iti~ ~ hat tnhdge 1'o6ii'Yip°t ~ h r ngtoga weteata >~(Cordon'scareer.Y n. Qmcing.-iastyear ~FOr nOW;:Stewart•says"..he &the fitst driver in wants to oontinue his current to'+Jln•thtzetiUes ,~~r path;~ahich has him dri- eason national 'wing the Busch Grand National xy nt>car and slher ~r for}IarryRanter and com•et,•z+; peting,`on,the.lndy. Racing ~ Qlevictory he'' LEagueclrouit~' Qlttnapolis5oo FJ, `Stgwartisaid he was comllUt•'. 1 appearance ted to $IQ I:;team through,, ;~a'xhy~~exf~fwhdiS`he~7lllreturnto i .,t;.lic is~t~ v ~v eJAalktheexeite mttn~t~q,~ is'name exploded, +1ndSalYf~~itMotolSpeedwaK
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f MerhME, OH OslEeiea, CH ElhebelA Clly, NC ~, Narthbury, PA Aaelh ANaoee NeYn Tlmae C9IYOIIP M.M.A.q PVb,llnr Mabo Mrtaru M91Arn 6NSies1 D 8.004 s9sast SUN 18,111 ~ hmn p 8e,7M gun0q SUN 18,888 aU6 al. 1996 SEP i, 1996 AUG ge, 1996 SEP 1, 1998 /7e N4Y56 N25eE' R4pe8 N4618 a~/r~/ W~a~® Srll I/ ai/ay®® 5 fflMn9 g~,~E~EaldddlCLlfrINO! ,, ®®f16SSeLI111Ne9 `. . P ,f, :larrett puts car~o~n,~po'le f;Qr do~us chase k~ ~. 1 p iy4fsr.>.n., eo W wJ'rb9khe ts n~HVr.R A®oelaledpre9s . ': ~%Dal.y IIo4h~s-4mllocMdsbeWMntonSe LwipercdbylnlurbssustlmWBvawaeksagotn 7 d alla ega .,. py.wl~~gme ahorrifYmgaaNat psW8th DJGTONSC-DaleJauetlcsedhsrlectMrl ea DAR ~ ,..,5t.. . ~ L extemive leeung aud a~e sounu a0vloe for Ihe" Southem. x Atictmel ~'and ~aaesh ( ole be won Friday:io pursuit of e;51 mNllon'aWSfoi ?ba at hb p . . . bonus be would conect with e victory Sunday m•':'7be er wbn ~ht Jn earuerr t ncouver 1he V 1 l l f p e or ora p0 win the proWs We Southem 500. year history oI the evea[. tbe annual rise of u>< to 'Cerminly; tkar paid ort a loy" 7asreu said of . Soulh on Labor Day waeYend 'W bt0lson Indy "- nBalless-a- Usah.cequs11fy1nasr,eR~~ Andreln lep06111,61 {:1mreAtaspaed ~W srunaeem 8lhetmak thelesdn: .rarrty at troublesome Derlington7ntern4tsqnel 08,167 379_setdyt by Iuhn Ahdryld,Thc~,on the 017, 3.1p1 ,0• da~~m Wyf'c utt= rMCtmsrktof1739~wesktmMekk~-R'heCwindingthrough Recewey. r li,wA Me iMx.rA d 111.0 3 3 9d larrmt nrose mo qu r•"a --_- sdx'tIai hom zeer_ by1 _ urs~'JDenemn , -_..--NASCAR's oldest rece wuh a n of 1{70934 Buno4 wAo ~~ rc,~ ~ ~"~ eco- m~,. ..... c'.~J. "FSF",WSbumin>; ,~. da9.duAo Lagunsoing t6tsaP~ka''hY ~+8 J arrctl's Ford Thunderbird was timed In 28.769seconds,e0gtoglheChevrdlet,Monte iogabp ylnMalt~E .- b rJ Carlaorderendin serksandmaMemlilon7eR Kens¢q ~ fy yOR1~ tg17a' rorasHghQ~ . yqMbrar.ndwme ~ j g boedesbeM k4yhouMer, aF Gordan by AI7 seconds Gmdon; uying to win CLevy i{ae t e[~l'!6s'11~. . _ m . ra tlK thkd slraighl ume et Ibe 1.36bmde rreck af 1993 Sou6iern SCO;i~ , o u B ryan Herte eeod to Andrelll at sy atY Y11:61o The, 1ILtQ di eroote between the turo ~ ~ whuctwomcesarensnennually,went170g33. 1699g3 CLed~rs!k;s m'~O' tut0AD3-swunds. 'lnaddidonlolhcwmnaeshanb[e513rnU-,.169977,folJowPdb)<. 1aPs 1 lionpurse,7arrct[wlllbevying tocoRule"habonte,ine:hlydHmMrYt~et1 .Q16 r3,7mNw8e llneer7r,atllihopingtoo,meke '. ~ 'bonusorterMbyseriesaponsorRJ:Rey~pldglo. Dale hefdl!wiute99'oJef:Yhb,lastsix'dirortempohsts~IkomYy~sscrorWM>rar''any drivu wimm~g mrea o[ four NASCAR w• mooms ~niEUes e~ eIghihWlnNou uaaUn tm3ltd ep ofTT4d0. He trens'' jors in Ike aame year. He won Ne Ihglms~500 CuptLamp 9uaussou 97U1 bM (Levy Vacxr by~'b lo (h'twu ncp and a maxi- . and me Caca-Cola fi00 but failed In the~Wjpsuo ParokWl b B t0 oio T1a1 Of Emerrl)e"id r'.u"m' of A4.. aiieble. Vasur was e.I , Cclect5 . . • .d .• + 3 ... i 4 J lb Msnorod-"'h'a ~ Chasin~ ion cau :e~f ~eartacheT"Tan-d° pressure .n,...  D.arreal Waltrlp recalts MORE RACING f3B' "" utr g a`°w d yow ren ndlne i~ni ~w g~a ~~ a~a d~ a, i eQ oa ar EBb' a knnorrhat u9a t youtltatyouareracingforonemll ItwesmltmTUqateMOthsrNeture7treypedsponsorsMpa andastrung thepPESSuresurl'ollndinge llondollaris; Waltrspsaid. woutdn•tworkoittforus"r ' fanfonowingdespitewlnningjust : DespItethesotryeodtohis}yJp•.-Ro6erttYates;whomsnedAllh.rolncelnthepastfourseasonse hisshotatbonusin'89, Taey were uptight, and;l;was stonht[Wpnchav;Waltt1pcameto son'ackfandCowownsJarretts,', MymalnobJealve(n1988)wes :uptfgtd.^ . . r,:. the5ouU16rss6ol/1n19K endspoiled sai~-hedMnpt teallsethefervor' tocomehere,runwenendwinthe ThsAssacleledPresa .. Weluiphtitbewaiiearlyandiin thebonushopesor,theleteUavey lh6PJiaeeYaga'teduntBheeoit0 sace.portunately,wedld"Nessld. isbed g2nd.leeving.B18 Elllolt as AL1son by wlmwlethe rehtstwrt 1 D9r onraceday.;+. 'lhere'spr~assurOwlthln yousself, theonlyracertovtldtqreoo[Wln enedrace' . T kighbkadpressule, :butaslongasou yknowwbaltodo, DARLINGTON, S.C. - Darrell ston Cup'sfbumaIor . AllL<on iinished tifth Irn the 20& but l~~g of the race I felt ' you7l hasldle It." Waltripsplanwassim le. . NoWI)aleJarrettcen~cFelhe laprece'~;. 'lBretny~ttv~a hurthsg,"heseid Jatrettaayahehaselresdyhad Sure, he was going tor the Win-second to bring home an,j4Rha il inrry McReyvolds tho crew 1 1 went to the,tare center and my en inmedlble sceson, so wmning stunMiHlonbonus,butheendhls militonwtthavlclorytod9ylnthe rhief forAlliaou'e No. 28Ford praesUrewaaaboutdoublewhatlt~,theglmlllionwouldbe,aslntend- teamwantedtoenjoytheweekend Soulhemf,W.'_ h>; r 7fiunderb(rd,recalledthetAlllson ed,abonus. alDarlinglonRacewaysndtreat JatteliwonOseDay1one6Wmld uonetDaytonnend'1'elladeeaend There-wasBlUe on 'Wejustwanttobewlihmstrik- the Southern b6C like eny other theCacaCOleeaOatCNarlptte'I7,e so mast o,r t7m a1lenUon rame at~ E111tntkvlseljhdturn thetrickin ingdistancesothey'renmgningto mce. . other mafor 1s the Winslr~ Select cherlotte,=the thlyd:race m the 1985; the first year the 41 million leave here, they're not going to "Wedld,untOSundaymolning," E90at'lgBadega. ,e 46nueWegpatred.Hehadcomein kmvetheirseaLsinfrontoftheTV Waltripssld, remembering his try ~Waltrlpsaysit'aClvcla),[orJar WeMeda..a,Ixuaedandwe-withilineVictoriesandwaadomt-,'forg60mHesseeingltDsisIsgoing at racing history seven years ago. retl not to ceve In to the!,prasnre knea ll we7rd~toYr heads end did nant6ferys}'here. . to happen." he said. "if we oan do "Whenlgottothetrack theguys d endhqpe. ~ ~I, ourJoks-themBliondollarawoul WhenhecrossedthelinealDar• tlist ,wlnltornot,we'regomgtobe l0oked llke they had seen ghoeta. :"That'_s dlglcult wliepl7lPJMd:e 1Mnri-v/j+h16a `"^ "he ..1d 'ryre _]yyqtAN~nstenOY baname"MB... a succeas.' ~ , , , . ..;.,-, THE WKWN CUP CIRCUR CurdiaD' IUP•, Tge Mmmtafn .spm;: the Bouthern a6o. the points cha9nplonship. Bern• . 7brry Lebonte. . Dew Southern g09 On Sun• CocaCola 600, the Daytona herdt led 206 ofg67 hspe but KEY TD THE RACE: Who can day "' 500 and the Winston 600. couldn't hold offCordon survive this toughest of WMEBEThe1.896mReDar- Jarrett won this year at natertheend.Hemanagedto traeke7lt's a little easier HrsgbnInternalfonnlRace- CherlolleandDaytona.The outduelRustyWaBacefor thanltusedtobenowthet way at Darlington, &C., the unly person to win the aeound Juet a week earlier, there are two graoves, but mostPomous-andposal- bonussofarhas.EeersBIII.BartOsardtandwallacehad 1t'setlHatoughrlde. bly toughest - track of Elliott III1996, . clashed at Brlatoh but the THREE TO WATCH: John them all. LAST YEAR'a WINNER: Jeff two old rlvals made up Andrettl won a surprlebsg THE RIa DEaL• Dale Jarrott Gordon enuck up on Dale before the rece end had no pole here last ycer. RJcky the bonus H ha c9Yturea this l by about sevm9 Di ER WINNERS HERE: practtce baste Week and one,eivLighimdsethkdof cas'kmgthsardeetthestsgeBareherdt EBiott Mark Ward B f , , urton inished . DAtEJARRETT thefourcrown3awelslnthe_- for hie Hrst Wlnetnn Cup Mertin,DartgllWaHNpand fotuthherelestyear. , ° j JarreH gains poie at EtolttMtn 500 i~"""""""".,_....... ......... ......... ' DAIUNOTOM1',SC.iGN51-DaleJarteUmadethe i feslesl posslble start m his run toxard e mieion doR3rs IMda w7 m y m ng the polepoItb ,sn fortheSnuthemSOoWdsarett. ' I' /eJdRtetl~hnsw91l1alYarlUrh rluttered vlew of UarBngton 9attway's rront stretch b~nday, when he makes ihe drst of367 laps in search of victoq in NAS CAR s oldest superspeedxuy ,vxmfa win that wuuld eam hlm Nse SY(q8~ Select M81fon, a bonus payaNc to a drlsrr win- ni,>glhrttafNASCAR'sBlg}pw Jamry nents "we wme exdted when vx came tase. and this Is eren more exdtingto know that xc dr haw the rsce car,"Jartett sald. "We came here to win the race. 7bat's what wc expecl to do. StertJrg up us" gont unaJnly hdps Janelt edgedJeRCardon, whox Nendrkk Mm- orsporis Cherrokt was clocked at 170.g38. uie ofLve ru9 se.mr.,t rM t70banser •-once not ewsl a drcam at dlngttous Darihsglnn-In knt-round quallfying.

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