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Hut Strickgn (9) tanqles.wgti Sterling Madln (4) durinp llis GMY9oodwrerah 4U0. Dele Jarrett w~Ma raa. -AP . . . . . , , +- Jarr.ettcont"inues hot streak - . . .. tt was the thirdconsecutive - By HARRY ATKINS • - •. .- .. .: . "- . . --. . News Chlef news taMoes top-BVe finish for Labonte, who BROOIfLYH,, Mich. - Dale has never won in 86 starts at Jarrett added another memo- : . Michigan. . rable moment to the best aeeson vlctories and has triumphed at Darli.ngton on Sept. 1,-Jarrett The key to the previous two of his career, and continued the least once in each ofthe previ- win tiecome Just the second Winston Cup races•at Michigan frustration of Mark Martin oussevenceasons,remalneddrivertoclaimtheprtae.BiBEl- was fuel mlleage;but that with a victory Sunday Sn thee wlnless in 21 races this year. lkttt won in the first year it was wasn't as important as staying GM Goodwrench 400. Jarrett has five top-five fin. offered, in 1985. .; - clear of traffic in this race. . Jarrett, whose first Winston ishes, including two wins, In Terry Labonte, the Winston Last year's GM Ocodwrench Cup win came almost exactly his last six reces. Cup points leader, alipped past 400 had only three eautfon flags Bve years ago at same Michigan Jarrett, fourth in the Win-- Ernie Irvan's Ford with two for 16 laps. In this year's Miller International Speedway, outdu- ston Cup standings with 3,000 laps remaining to claim third 400, there were,only two cau• eled Martin in a battle Ford's points, also is in position to win place in his Chevrolet. That left tions for nine laps. In that race, down the stretch to win by .16g a big bonus. He has won the Iabonte with 3,137 points and a Rusty Wallace went the fUta152 seconds. Brickyard 400 at Indianapolis, comfortable 134-point lead over laps without stopping for fuel to It was the fourth triumph the Daytona 500 mtd the Coca. Dale Earnhardt and Jeff Gor- earn the victory. Wallace's av this season for Jarrett, who had Cola 600 at Charlotte. The raoas don. They ara tied for second. erage speed of 166,083 mpA in won only four Winston Cup at Daytona and Cha!•lotte, along Gordon and Earnhardt, both that i•ace set a track record. "races prior to 1998. His first ca- with the W on Select 500 at driving Chevys, finished fifth This race was much slower, reer victory was Aug. 17, 1991, TaDadega- Jarrett did and 17th, respectively. Jarrett's with an unofficial average as in not win - and the Southern 500 victory gave Ford a sweep of the speed of only 139.740, because of In that race an at Michi g . ~ , thls one Jarrett started 11th m comprise the Winston Select . two Winston Cup races this eight cautions for 28 laps. All Dale Jarrett ceiebreles after his the field. MiDlon. year on Michigan's high- 4th win of the year.-AP Martin, who has 18 career^ Ithe wins the Southern 500 at banked 2-mile ova1. / See GOODWRENCH Page BA ,\
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Beaumant, TX ENTERPRISE eeau m ont- Port Arthur-Oranpe Md Area Monday D 89,610
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Rooky mount, NC ieleprem Roo1Y Mount Mol /lraa Friday 016,8e2 AUG 30+ 1996 N3660 011®®PRBSSCLIPPINOS nc„ id`d~ twaF ~atnhardrs' pCrsori,l Vla,er nd,~y,Darhqgr on Intemationai Racei3a`v 'oIn Its 46'years the'SrShsVdlffi-~~.- ~f1t=1t+x cult traG ~9qpthc > If S ~r? cµtt h~S be~p hvlyt~l ~nnly , . ~ <. by,the~greats of ttle ~bty ° 3 ~ ch8~t( (~5,~'ar~ttlazdt;~SeektDBjl,~nti~,r ~ a P Dav~ ~SQR e P~ ~sregr C - " ' ' IQ ,til~tq"fies~#~t e sonpt? "; :treacherous : y 500`?= eae=shaoed oval whe?e f:vn rarre~ ~ , _ 1 lnto a match race, seven tton Cup champ ton h~ f~ o wm •Ihis tttne Whenever two,drivers stskt' ;; , ~~,,: tr i boHtev~~ r. rlot bemuch to focus on one another cha N r~ ~ ' ` of p~ ~tlt is ~ stdl ; are good _. they'll bQth enc~ ;,~ o ree8ver[pg~ffo~ii'a'terrible acci'- watchiriglfsomeone else svtp tho : dent_five weeks ago, and consid- races and championshtps,'pa{f( ' ~ ers`, hilf'~ottly 70' percen[',L cularly at'a place as challengt't~gt • ° heaitfiy" A`' as Darlington,": Jarrett said., r ,Sull 4y wu~ntng NASCAR's "You ,have4 to race-the track, . oldesi race, .JatYet[ Would 'deny every• secon . him d' mstead of racm$ t - , h ~7 sp3t ,,.,.. a"nqt in tthe irecord the other cais /~' _.. .. ~ , : . . .... ut he won t do ~gtt ha~ Liicliied ~P it by racmg ory~ tnthe Daytona um~on `' bi ttG And o s h ~ y on Eanihafdt , _ rt ' not ¢e 'heaprng are rumannually•' t c b unt t e g b t ~IyslnS}or r a~e Ahe .~ ~~ -,.Y $.S •
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AUG 81, 1996 i;1J=;,4}!'i1i~'%1..' ' fuacolatadFraaplwto FVnp br the top spot in$unday's Southern fiveconseculive victories in a o„',iiis, IL Cammrnhl•Nrwr ossrun MdAn BMSkq 020,019 r9qe.,runmVancouver,::;, , ~ , .: ., . ~,AndretG.40e.fsetest„ . : 6o rn 189Q te 1884..,1; . - ` ~t,0~e~ ~Y'(. ~800' at.. Dayfow blew ~out dhe ieompehbon in . suigly, rax. /T4e ,Intimiqttor diecomforl.Fiidey,:to witi the 'diitf Yrthd'ttiiq ~;u'ash esrlitr'td~s:week,..ignored the ''!i'>'rY,ANCOUVFrR;.' British 5-~yry:.'r"Tm feeling good, better by i9 :4[. .. . .. Y. Fncouver olsonlndy,,; isttlon'. v: Vweekenp`,thefiour,",Mdretti uidsfter 'alreh9insioo ~ph'on-the IA03atule; 30-turn ' winding leader:' a'as temporfry"crcuit 'a! 1W Chad'LitUe through downtown Pacific Jrd,' fowed bY;RickY Plax, , .. , . and'1sE'GrfcN I• That eclipsed the record of g~li&d-to shrl up front, 111.013 set last yesr by Jac- qhuddg'tahes la wheree it's yues Villeneuve, the defending ILrUn:ssid ^ ti' ~. , PPG Indy Car World Series Bjlsch;, races - at' champion who is now racing in a WFcrO R's at {or F,Qrntula One. .. . . tha} aron fivepf the Aqhetti'who ertashed into , ~ reces;at;NAS- s:tire whg 7hesdayduring a s~ destSauperspeedSveY test: seasiani at.l.aguna Seca t* even4'smce _Raceway iq Monterey', Calif., ... vhwwlha croann-Rnaln wll M r Ycareon: the'son _runon Sept. 8, was undergoing Farhe'driver Devid thenpy' in the series medical btokeMaltlq's sup facility for'e slightly com- ul'.•`iun'+st DaYlington :preapqd veytcAraeand some eveMa' muscle strain•aroundhis left ry;tpdy,}go~ldaeave'.ahoulder:..,~ . . . . .
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Orangeburg, 8C Times And gemocral Friday AUG 30, 1996 N4954 ®PRESSCLIPPINGS T'tNy QU 0I nE ha 'Efel ~'E:CoMlnttedfromPag$8A''i'3-~'~T?~~e'.a2?Y]~fie tnan wrr .+i. .:xe- t . 'nn~tnal Winii4A-aea w ,two.owleruriverewnoaoaltwttn.. provlae °.;_-'• 2•.'i"' ;million-dollar; pressure-;-;,19$5 :~ But'Elliott and Waltrip c ~onus winner:Bill E1lio4t altdx `seled Jarrett about his~lau '1989 bonua joser Dariell Waltrip`- 'faire'"attltude rFor botli`dri~, ".They said it was difficlilt, to , the pA ish~wed Itself at W s ° ' ' handle everything that wa t .~ gbftf ~ -• on around them,RJarrett said `="ott•won his 10th,ra~ c But Jarrett looked crisp-eor~ raoei'IIf"the~2~86 ``seaeon'at d nt = Rf i ` e goi t a t} ' l o '~'~5~0 a d` eld ' ~ e us a e r ng o w i ilth r n • a S ,. assure you," he sald anf fresh : poin~ 1~ bG~ Wa~tiip for th as he laughed with aponeobar- ries tltla $u't, EIlie$t finiehe lington and NASCAR officials. He bette'than=l2th n2liis next said his team knew the obstaeles races and losE the"chainpion . , and the rewards if theY should •Bill wae` obviously a pi ' ` :; a' "HeVaIdJ fd~igot why ; 4X iild he was here an$ ir to win the race,;,,jarrett sakq.t tvs race cnat ,: . SIn= day aetrially sufl•eied, ~ez= Jairett eays he wIll race,the +: rs, eame,c,ar {te won with at (;har- lif- ' lotte^Nhe Coca-Cola 600) and :, Michigan'(Goodwrenah 400): He 11 started the season`wlth a.idettirv ': at DaytOna+to enterithe4Labor ' Dav:weekend wit}i"a shot toyoin : Elllptt`~ the only bonus wmners m : Its 11-year hiatoiy. : ' Ln ~r Despite solid testing last week N Jaiiett unoffibially broke the • ~ win their third Winston Cup, young man (29 yeara_oJd) at t Ynrljor this yeaz time with all that attention,?' It is definitely a d2fficult slta$ rett said. '' tion"he said "He eaid it was so difficult 1"lhie is really nothing'more him, before`and after;-to han ' ~. ~ • . . thereare anY cars in front af : than a bonus _to us Ifwe win ffwe everytlung" : ; you, it's like there are 100 eare In ' don't, the worst we're goirig~ be Wgltnp said he had 'o d fiont ofyou," he said. `' °' ' .-~{ , race record with'a lap of 169:666 ° mph=the driver knowa the perils -• nf DarlinpFnn (`~r+ttino hAhiriri n: v httle;.is like falling be-hilid a lot;: " ~ ~ ~ . . , L -__
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8toeWon, CA RECORD Stookton tA.! Ane klontlar SEP 2. 1996 P1500 ~/ , ...,..._,.,, ©I~IL©PRBSSCLIPPlNGS-, 8am WeIeome!
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;tvs'7_ f E] 0 ® ~d ~rQf[Off.ry~2~;',1 kend of DoAinghm 9 N Y:a.bH..um... .~'loChwlth'!Wr he(miQion- was.nice; said Ij n1e~REllion but'it'stheaccompdshment q rs thet has stfyed with'him ihe past ..~ f li~decade'ThaLShelpedhimtemam ` " "keble„adS3Piteafour-yearslump. I BYeiythtng~changes from year + dwe. ow.we were fortu-.. : `pGspid:;:- ' t's the fcat that has ~~ .,. .,.~.bQmomy:_ .. . a' 'llqts maybe'. a uf lt's'rcaiTy' rE a Ing a~Jlato wear_that e,g, r 4 6itlyy'8ver~} time'they . P Y yk{ntro~uGa (6lliott) anywhere;'it's '. r4 slhon IMJIet,Bdl ttrh t I~g. ~, ~;tMoga money hes worked its,wry '; s ~tQdv' into`Winslon Cup recing.'Ilw'sport lsienother'f~' Patd out on1y,:S100,00U in its fust . Cm poseries champronship 25 years ago'. ~n't lost , with $40,000 to the wmner. ~ 6O E r t. . aKn,enQUiaBtelkewemflyiegevery• , causet t wl~e[e ' 7arrott-said. "Hejust:sae of. - ~med letitdtrft,letting'Ihestalksalopus." '~,~h,a I vE :'"'-ItYwb[ked;weli, until the plane ~~ }'&He hed neariy stbypad-Then it~htt a Kr -'r 'ditch The nosi went down into the e rain on mud and ~he teil,straight up- Theym assur- . scrambled to safely with just a few ther would scratches 1J , ' south they Jarrett trudged through Ihe mud- dy dy field in seardi of a cab: HeYound ~Igational, one and rode'itthe rest of.the way , ~~vhicli';;~;~td-(ireepsboro: : ' j{i ept¢tiqyi~¢ bli.'ie ~lwceme mo t I$ e 6oerded a si q engine .' ailieg fell. ene in Rich~. - - - `--"- E eq~ibuqr'ettti~ eo,~e_ . f~ " ty good:nrgl ,' e a se-ePtv3n "iBTy . clesg.in the second " 3;FI•'farrett `pow:part theESPNteam thet`,, 'It - le"vise'Aale`jairehta:run ~ ~ ' B~~II/ t.p pSe'ecthtrlliolr¢onas ,l runtlr afn`.~{hef Southein~500,; au ~Ecn~askcd how mvch'he '. nadethat day.',~ .
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laulMlle, KY Ceurkr•Joureel lePh/lllr MSl arn eammq oau,an 6alutal/ BellevliN, IL Nevn•Demooret al.t.u5 Mel Aro o eo,2ee RU6 81 1996 I AUG 31. 1998 ' Y ~~ a~a~/~~/~ N27eB /~~~ N281e I {(/~y~1/WPRaeRCLfPf/NG5 WyWRR/faRaRCL/RlINUS i~:_, I r( k.,1h f• 'T_1 N^e ~' forn)Ua 111Bb011-IloBir k1 .. , l. t III ~16 SDUttlem SBO::~:4 ~ pole.a~th ~ larreEt wins pole ^: ~arrett~on ~ ~uthem ~ .. ~,: "a y~ l DARLDI(}TON, S.C. - Dale ' 1 ' Janett proved tbe value of extensive - D~rl~ngton ' ;bY purong hiroae,f an tho Y Y T- •t:_:~_~:~,~~...~_.~..~_. . In , oMating... troublesome r„ .. ,JarroM.b quabfymg racord m . ~'.;-for;NASCA&'oldeet, taee.with•4' ~;nmof170.934qlph.Allthepmctidp' swloe:lol+ 1366~mile tnck°paid'off in justCtbe . 01 .'t", T'he 6idldvei the laaf'$ibath atti6q'' a ba .acoaa pola. of bis-w~oa= aDOjfteaure.~ «rc«. -- --.. ~ `, rd"v 'Ja'relt. /auaA ibrake';me ueoart~*t,um ' meemmanmor . ~m~~ar~e`"°°t>lwa~ebs°mile 4aWyqa.lei MeENro,aetopdPole . ,{17D~Ir,f serlea~md.. Udorthe atattof ri"", haad`>+'tdoa ~out . 4~hevro ~ pH . . d4am aleowon Wt ~ , l ,~n$jttlJ~Obl`LaVla p8alaen ~~~~ M/~.~~~yn y LYbel 4 Y.~~ ' 10., ttie' . RJ,;ReynoMs; . ;¢hree~uffoup,. iDonusnf,l ,iJe}roth:wlll,be•. 00 a ~ ryy Johm~ .. aM6rxofae7~79 lut b3 ye e lAtidteryi•meefc 11116 } was'eeS~lnf irsh`4q:.wem sP13797,e miao'. ~. whdctaetld~l~Cdeyaoaadlambled~ • fromhht k+~a~~}la .. # Dale", wbtlbas over the Md el~th ~o~ 121h . . i 1 ~.~ecaoq K jRT . ~ run ~.& t ,tM.Buuh ~ . ;B(h,"*fLara[teR'IAtA.; . for'the fourth. . .. '.Wder.`Davld . . ~ . Sreary~m:aeneh ~.~.~. . n~epSo,vislonalr ~.~ f/~e"~rtSql~r6`w's vsncouverMol•• . . aon Ind~' ,}vI {h•a°reeord ;IILeI&'. mpB;laL ~Yd317~nJle temponry • dreoit,M Brld ColumMadty., ~AndrEt~;~k•he~.¢ft, tfir~ee.~wmaue,7 ~. , R~anepi~n Mopter y .Calit., where leome mufi• ~ ~ idr a -abghtly cle , stiaiu ki$imE~(ile'IeftehoWder:^ .1 " • -B enHeM`was.seconddarteYt'at~:.... II1.e . .
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Bedtord, PA Aazette Balukay 0 9,915 j AUG 81. 1886 ~®® N4646 ~ PRRSSCLIPPlNGS (baleaia Q3"^ ' j ~ DARLING ON;'3 (AP) ;~trg~oro~cn Dale Jarrett credtta exteneive test ~ glvmg~im,ir "15dd" . ing'and eomd°aound advic'eff"e A# pole he wp~"~Fltday ~t< S>it of a'caPZh~ $1"/nihio7~,D¢gYueRe`~i~~cq11~( ~d.iivm~ with avictozySundaytnthe South- eeemedtob~tvha e6 600traek Thu~e~dome Certamly-that paid off a lot," testtng "' Q~the Jarrett said of the testing that to get m,`e" th made his;run seem effortiessY a you to gQ~,~_~nto -`ii rraty at tr,oLblef~omi Darhngkon International Racev"ray have ~ ~.~;And the a9~qearbld ~Jan ~ L~e3~ a ,) `u'st_ a a1 2h, 'rt dafTerCn43~ {e ~ r'oli'~ot'tIcornF er m ` ried a j~t"bf stlteou,g,~ rc;d "w ' ~f ` t£c7tk fef'24a:9dAltb'S7 ~'elt° .tt~8u t u the ce C with a run of 170 43'd ta'.;'`~I e- ng I-rea pract!ce he had over the~~aet, onth i~ yau at~he 1 366.,mile tr er ack reeuin'- ~~,,.~``1 ok jufltFth~~°r;c~nh _polo oC hu:~4'meton ;.""ra~r...r6t'arnrweY ~ B g a81<y9~' qger' 0 n e'r}ittd x 0 3D x r~ ij:r'- ~ 0 1 o. Itiytone 0: but ~ rs ~t}J~ ~1 T+,i , ° Sf four d the' i tho`, ua Altoj;t hascy)leb~~l tpa~` ect~vhlhon ac"co"mpSsh- y winning the S~outhern' in 1985; the first ye,@r the'~~- er~d ~Two othere p`_hed tfi 1 i.. Daveyil; atteu PtE tO wm. I ,f at Dar i' hebpi, J,<i~~ ` 6 win for the third elraight bme aE :tt~„would 'ge~Qrmore tha t, "7Q000 Darlingtod,where two r~cea are ,rwiening_thetace, a bonus off run annually, went 170.839: ~- , 6,000 for winning from the pole -.Gordon was happy,.with hisd anothe,r,$5o,000 should he effert, but said a statemenE py Jar-. )e the tead,ih the series points rette car owner has him tvondering ce' , . ifheeanmakemuchofaiaceoutit The'only uther pole in'Jarrett'e ; Sunday , ., - "seesons ongtock car~raeinge . _ -`."Any UmeBobert Yates goes on- mter circuit came last year in, ~ TV and says that's the be@t metor e-0aytona600'-a race he won L. he's ever put in a car, you know.lt's . ,e.last dri~er'to. win from the pole going to be a guided missile out i~ the'Southern 500 was Dale there," Gordon said "We're just ardt, in1990. . going to-go out and shoot for the The pole-aitter has~won eight ~n top five.° :-.. t' es in the 46-year history of the 'O ' But that doesnt mean he is con- e{~~nt,the annual rite of the South ~ e ceding the race to Jarrett. Labor Day weekend.: : 'You never know what the-eace is ~Jarrett'sapeed broke _Lhe; race ~. going to be like," Gordon said. "But . 'ali(ying mark of 167579, set last ~ that88 bunch (Jarrett's team) has' ~ arbyJohn Andretti. The track `0 their act togethen" ' ark bf:173.797 was set in March ~ In addition to the winnere share ~ .when cooler weatherdictatee of a $1.3 million purse, Jarrett will gher epceds - by Ward Burton, be trying to collect a bonus offered q'ho crashed Friday and scrambled - by series sponsor R.J. Reynolds to f{om his burning sar. (
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8ummeraville, WV NleholaeChronlele thuretlsY w 6,200 AUG 22. 1996 N48169 =® P R 8 S S C L I PP7 NG S P,~~vlr47 i , ~SrfloVtSv~~~ r~Tlo-'1 n&)t3q' u~i;;'y almost five S, S C; then he will become onl rs ago ~p th~ ~ track, passed asecond dnver io win the ns[o'';~ c~.i1 , ur. r~~t.,acrcu luY6 Million. BillElllolt in 1985'~1 ,Nvin'ofv]996.~~-v --e-~ae~~vlrrOP9TEN~PINISN~R:S:-`~ to; posti,h,ts,;fourth, Winston ; the $J_Millionlsv A uni~g•)n;thI G~Y`ioodwrepch :.'t},e"only other'driver to have:woi on the ove said This team is" " ` tr m Dale, Jarrett 2 Mai'k Martrn 3) ; ett ~They_ do a great Joh every.~~~~ t~^'jrvan;'`5):~ kha All I d o~~l on te cr have too ts~ aJeff Got~liIt~es7) j Y e F":c( ' !J!!:1 /.;NVAfS!A4vaa,'r/ . ~.The wm°'moved Jar t rett mo'': JeffBurtoq, intrtiySp6tu4t. fourth place in the Winston Cup E POINTS ' 'mts standings, just three points, LEADERS AF'TER 21 OF 31 . bttund Gordon and P.arnhardt E V E N T S 1)Terry LaBo~tF, - Jarret( hes won the, Daytona 500,. , 3,137; 2) 4 e ~-Tgff Gordon 8nd D81e~ ' . ck a 400 t I d d h if he wt t~rCa-CG1a b00 at Charlotte, and th~" Earnhardt ~ 003; 4) Dale Jarieif -: y r n n , a iangpo s 3 ppp• 5) Mark Martin • 2702 ,.
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Columbia, 8C State Calumbla Md Arae Tuesdaf D 181,411 SEP 3, 1996 N4934 M®® PRESS CLIPPINGS P e~{ g $1ricklm1or theleat~ td eventually ~f vy 1 i the win in theMointam Dev South-t~ y e 500: rn tli ltselV4 91 a 'rrge`tts ~us a n t the wall earlyy in the race.'$ ce tiis ~ v recktatso caught up`~everal rfiore th l of e eaders Gordo had the best Icar left +; n ~~ri • ~ ~Not'that any bo ~y {,a5 ~nyf~mg ' agatrst Gordon lie s youn~ brlght 4 hkhd~ome a ,greal alker~ t~*"~ j ~ 2t s )us1~thaf~"}~woul -nav m e ~'story. ~ Y We ofrff4e, ac press; t our t"`Ip~Q~ ry' liow o't de a 9 3400 ,-puur best~o be,imparttal. On most days, car Seven -'races into ; la ~ it isn rdh h h e t a T e sarp old guys Ki ~, l •,nser decided his ~Sure t s~em to win al the time and, tf they , the win ed ra i n g c ng set a d ; C,grye a fairly, interesting account of took over the car fu~Gtime ~thewminthepost-raceinterview it O h t , vg~,4 eywin er the doesnR make that much differerice gt3 h r " ~ t s e re~ ect if _ n( to us which one wins. /` first stririg te~m; hjred S ti.(` guys ro ever'stra}S'in; s rh~~e ~°itrs hard.not to root for,hi ` ' Even Ray Ev rnha oon's ' crew cht ef admt~ted't~~e~ emo=` , t' tiohs "Of att thetp ple ~e had,;~o, aty ~Q di Huts' E'*eT h~a~a.llf ; rt ~d Hd.be ie;4nd;~t~lck]it7~'~~';IG c~, (kar - --: ~ , aoke),singmg bupdie$, Ev~rnhar>i ' N ° said.Ifhe had~vonth rac you ~ e ~A e er$ bbt that -EVerrih' m~uld `Ndve° ~~ atock{ dropped by vtctory lane to h'olti, m ` year, ; Stncklm to his promrse that tie , wlth would srn~ mthe winners circle. o~ cklin after his first win. Now; that wouldn't tiave cost 0D ~~ola Winston a red cenf,-,muth Jesk a j quS-te-' mdlion dollars „ and it wouEd have • been worthbout th J just aat muck .T r ~
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HilEon Hmd IAand, SC 41end Pubt Friday *wAasoca*ic~ppiwhi~~ , o 12,474 GT9N_- The only racing Dak - . Tl.'i Ja[ltdid u8day was 6etweat appoint- . - NU6 30. 1996 Cyyrfmgtno lbmx way. -..IerrQi" the most talked about driver oa theJarrettpolnGedtalxro N59856 *Imon UP aL'~ this season; was also the`-x.with rtd~oiMollar pcYy .., -u..i~0el ,eunedaybrtorchesflrteha ner B&l/ FdtlDlt µd'1989 %yoHnnV 'r. ®©IR6SJCL)l 5 ~''~`.~ WNS[DfISeICFt[v/I7~pppi[}](~110hfV ~_ ~ _. f S th h 500 T `y,•'-.~ ' or e wt ern ; Ihs dJfo hndle ..ey said rwavx la - -:.A~ moved trom a wit and ue breaMzst tI>y~'thas wy~ yoing Dn - th<m,' .._ __ le .: " a_.. Beialeyinanrlyafternoonshorrsavdstea1.~ ~. ButJarrd[~o_okedeinp, dent ::SOaBtopinhJl~Lglasvryp~.".hesvd- 10 aslc howarMt4voukl 'freah %11~e {)a[rV " - 7~ nt;?Y ~~ .zIj'j M- „ .. 7y i 52270 '_793 par.e`xvn n500andheld'a' SarttrtsaYihewiDraethesaitk 206 ~ .. (pr . at Cnarhnte (the Co<a~ 600):en? Cgy~ the'seriestitle.Bu[ with p _ . ~erie rthu~ I2th in his next' M1fichlgan (Goodu.cnch 400) fie~`~tzf6,cd thc ~'vent on to Wse the chanipi- season wrth a vinory at Daytonato enter the' ..-. . ~ Labor Day weekend aith a shot~tgyqia~Edo{' u;ly a pretty yowq man 4= as tne onp oonus,~nnners w~ a 1N µ.`~nv~ r~x:. / ,.,. P na. Vme u}th sll that ahrnuon ty. '~: an'ett . . Despne solid teshqy tast ~ ~ `m ddfiwlt for hmobetore : unofa ially broke`the tatt a o( c c.crythin8 " . 169.865 mph - ihe dmcr , ,plany n ed Ll~attentionand perils of Darlutgton's:kge niYtrac~. Ladenp Y rn, aa_d'hisert,.- , _.,. Gc'ttin8 6chind a Ettk. is Rke..WFvg6eiilad a i - uf [myµ wh9 he way here '. bC ho saYs , the raee:; Je<rcn sald."Fks. .-lf there?re aay cua in fro,gt ' iq0 :er.u.djy_;~tyll~c,~„azn-mrsuth4nr?6+~4 iguBereQ.'r_
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Oceaneide, CA NORTH COUNTY TIMES sae OlaOa Md Arao 6aturday D 43,000 AUG 31, 1986 P1356 111111®PRESSCLIPPIN6S Wrtla a ' ~ ~ ma th resald his Wi 'Jaire timed in'~L8:769~i the .Cheqc I ` defendin~`'s" ei7 pion Jeff Gord~ Gordon,~~n ;t~ird straigh~ tvhere two tacee went 170 833W :'Gordotl was~'happy e~ffort, but saic~ a s(at ;;'~drrett's cair ownef'has ;;*ring if lie cait make` -race out it Sunday. ~. " , "Any tmi2 Robert Pates goes ? : on TV a`n~,~n s that's'the best motor he ~~ ut in'a car, you~ know it~to be a guldedF; ' " Gordon said h~ ^t missile out.th e[e, Y~ In adc~tuon,;to th~ w)nner's ~, share of a$1.3 million ~utse Jar-iw r
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P458@ ©YW®PRBSSCLIPPINGS 1 lrngtym~~p~ • ~tvad,d, . ueau , eambhn'¢ on a or; ~ ~ ecise aArl°ffg ~i~' curtk, mqat diffi ~ Ja~e~t v~l~ race, recor qu ~ 1 >?~r~ ~.cz% pp.ba~, -17,041, ;4 $F9»itV~t ~#g ,Oa'e e, tuel stop that wpula cotn t amet- + , 4, ~iiiiskung P4srtiop m t e lYan leCt $.1 ter , Sout}i'40o; Jarrettiolled the dicet tou.a 500 and . and a 15th n ~ dilfe}~ence betw iac@ f Iie lest ~ , t ,. cost him about, 25 pornts rn,t e rn the ipts, r Wmstori CuP tJ}5mp;o84ht;YhAq1e $i3 op" ; i - " me he b,larrettX e,1t, W were ld at that t ~ne-0i~' corllplishedt`o said. 14te~T' ' , '9Vhat do qou want to do f f s d ~p~kk~q~o~~oi Wecame~~~~w!°rwti toyaoy~~o That mu ae,not ch~nged as Cam eP,thel Jarr.ett tnes today a speci$1 eocaa's the 89year o1d , to become only the second, dnvei to NASCAR is collect the Winston Select Million. tradition of th The bonus goes o he winner=of its oldee.t race three,o~ Spur jo%NASCiIKraces umph begets in the sameyear ,: - :-+ tkie: racing co: Jarrett has done everytbing failed to win : possible;to put himself m.position chgllengedTh (t_ ;l~wt~lr ~ : ng on't 4 , HL,i tlh~~g: track u~e@ to QomefirorrA 8 4@ ,fymg speed~Qf, and race chaminbn, Gff,Crordon; nut h~s:Ford on. who ln v1ctorv,yV`oql(oin Dale ySogth~rn f~ q, i;pruharQt• as~a~w~pneot,three .r~ ecandtary';to W g `straight DarliAgton; races. i w. ----- & ~ ~ ,erre t,t , wlu £o~i'; wmnmg-the Day, ; ca Cola 600 The l fu>?shmg fourth ce and wiq*g js, ,a • what he has ac~ ' h th~apojntt ' ~' downalavit ~ut ; :ew up m;>iearby g Day weekend je eeply rooted in the ' S`outh. And thjs is ,a track where tri• - ianent respect i unity. .Jarrett has , 1 17 times he has dy in Blac): ..~ '+
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Pinole, CA WEST COUNTY TIMES San Franaaoo-0aklanc-Ban Jow Mat Araa Monday D 32,954 SEP 2. 1996 P20206 ®M®©PRESSCLIPPlNG a... . MOTOR SPORTS Gordon steers ~ clear of oil for a slick victory Times wire services DARLBVGTON, S.C. -A few cents worth of oil ended Dale Jarrett's million-dollar chase, making him just a spectator Sunday as Vallejo's Jeff Gordon added his name to a short list of those who have the humbled "The Lady in Black " With a commanding lead on the 46th of 367 laps at treacherous Dattington ]nternatiana[ Raeeway, Jacrett's Ford suddenl,} sfiPPed up the higtk banlflng and scraped the wall between turns ROUNDUP' tnree and aarf Thattookhun«nof ntention the Southern 500 and leff the Select co m 52270 1814 FETRURTFE'~"- 1Y. :a -'~ ~:~:...J' SOUTHERN 5C~0 SOUTH~;~ti 500 Million tmclaimed for the 11th consecutive yeac M, I nssosiated rress Gordon beeeme only the second driver to win three oon- iVALLEJO'S JEFF GORDON celebrates his secutive timas a<Darlington, known as `t'he Tady in Black" ~ Southern 500 victory at Darlington. with a successful defense of his Southern 500 title. Jarrett finished 14th, two laps down, while ttying to be- k Vasser, who came in leading Unser, a two-time series come just the second driver to collect the Winston Select s}~empion, by 21.points, took seventh and needs only to Million, a bonus payoff from the series sponsor for victo- g~h sixth or better in the finale to wrap up his first ti- ries in three of foarmajorNASCAR races in the same~ear f, tte. Unser who.wa; fifth trail§ 6y 17 poiptEwlth 22 up Instead, Gordon d:vve to his set3es- seventh vkc-~ foi giabs at Leguna Seca. tory of the season. He emerged from a magnificent late- Andretti, driving a Ford-powered Lola, took the lead on race battle to beat Hut Sttk9clin by 5.32 seconds for the 16th the 19th of 100 laps on the 1.703-mile;l0-tum downtown victory of his career and only the second by a Chevrolet in circuit and led the rest of the way, crossing the finish line the past eight races. He collected $99,630 for the win. 1.9 seconds, about six car-lengths, ahead of Bobby Rahal's He moved wtlhin 7A pohils of Herddrk Motasports team- Rel'nard-Merceales. The winner averaged 94.374 mph. mate'lbrry labonte in the series standings. Overheating Elsewhere problems relegated labonte to 26th. Janett is 91 points back, and Dale Earnhardt trans by 161 points after 23 of 31 races. CL.ERMONT, Ind. - John Force earned $100,000 by Gordon averaged 135.757 mph in a race slowed six beating Cruz Pedregon in the final of the Big Bud times by 37 laps of caution. Shootout, a special event for Funny Cars during the The oil slick that took Jarrett from the lead also re- NHRA U.S. Nationals. Force can earn a $50,000 bonus suked in spins by the other contenders at the time. None from NHRA by winning the U.S. Nationals today. After was a factor thereafter. final qualifying for the U.S. Nationals, Force, Jim Yates "If ever there was a time to be running sixth or sev- (pro stock) and John Myers (pro stock motorcyle) are enth, that was the time," said Gordon, who had dropped Na 1 entering final eliminations today. No. 16 qualifier back from the leaders after a poor pit stop. elIl the lead- Tony Schumacher will receive a first-round bye in Top ers hit the wall." Atel eliminations, replacing Blaine Johnson, the top qual- Molson Indy ifier who died Saturday from injuries suffered in a crash as he completed that run. On Sunday, Elmer Trett, 53, VANCOUVER, British Columbia - Michael Andretti died of head injuries when he was lifted from his mo- thrust himself into the Indy-car championship race with torcycle after completing a 232 mph exhibition. a dominating victory in the Vancouver Molson Indy. NDALIAS - Ron Fellows posted an 11.509-second It was the second consecutive win and series-leading Grand Prix of Dallas Trans-Am victory over Tom Kendall, fifth of the season for Andretti, who vaulted past AI Fellows, driving a Chevrolet Camaro, finished the 77-lap, Unser Jr. into second in the PPG Indy Car World Series. 100.1-mile race in 1 hour,19 minutes, 44 seconds. Danville's He trails Jimmy Vasser by 14 points with next Sundays Scott Sharp and Alamo's Greg Pickett, both in Camaros, race at Laguna Seca remaining on the 16-race schedule, finished on the lead lap, placing sixth and seventh. I
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Champe(qn•Urhena, Il Newe•GaieNe Champalgn Mat Araa Saturday D 45,425 AUG 81, 1996 M111m Was: aeJa etto ~Jy~}~ `~, I~ :~{~"~ ~q j.{~Eq '.dtt~ ~Y1'`~av.-i~'*e~..'v-.i ,afa\u,itf A~~$~II'.~.{r~ BY:The Aagoclatell Dale Jarretf'~t~d~~eve~sltesting'41~UT0I~ACING^ROLJNDUP.. ~. and some so nPadv~is p, th ~pole he` ~ r won Fnday~in-Pfr$iiitFof a 1=~ ~ $ mllhdtt W ~ t ~ ms on ~ 8reer.: dr:l ~, ., bAn f le us he `vould coCt with Y>3.I; viotot~ K Jata ~'s ~ rc) Th~1qd rbtrd was~ timed Subda i h t t y n ehS~ou hern 500 in Darlmgton! an~28 ~~s ,~ • ,~5 ¢y~ r Ch ~Vx ~eY, ~`s ; Ot`?" fen, .keries antl 8(Ce~, Certain/yP, hat paid~off a lot,r Jarrett r champton ,J6if" or¢o b~11017 s~condss said of tha,testmg that mad0 his run seem .''Gordoif, thying to';lytti?r> dr the third ' effortless ~'e`rarity'at troiablesome Dar- `straight, time at "Darlington; ; where'two ;lington International Raceway. ; `races are run annually, went 170.833.: And the 39-year-old Jarrett credited 'i In addition to the wtnner's:'share of a crew chtef Todd Parrott t41th giving hlm~~$1 3 n}~llioit:purse, Jarrett will try;tocol- a helpfultlp . lect a bq"nilg offered by series sponsor' "Todd tdkf`m0 before I got in the cgr R J RAyttDlfls to any driver winning three that a lot of people that were driv#ng it iiiy of,t'our,NASCAR ipajor`a iri the"same year, . hard into,T,u1~i;1 seemed to be.washing (t; He wo,n'tlle Dayto Cola 60 na'S00 and the,Coca-a up,the rece t'r,abk 1'hat's'admething f sa0 but failed in tho Winston Select in testing,'=tihat the tiarder you:'trted to'' S00. ' ~+....... getin there,Ae longer it took you to get : back into the fhrottle.. 0 Aurdretti taksa Molson pWe. Michael "When you've got the en,gitte I have, the .' Andretti, stiff and sore from a crash ear- key is to be in the throttle•just as soon as ; lier this.week, ignored the discomfort Fri-. you can. I approached it-differently, let) day to win'the provis]onal pole for the the car roll to the corner.; That . way, I k Vancouver (British Columbia) Molson Im carried a lot of speed through there." dy. Jarrett broke the qualifying record for: "I'm feeling good, better by the hour," NASCAR s oldest tace with a run oP` Andretti said after posting a record lap of. 170.934 mph;.All the;practice he had,in~ 111,616: mph.on'the•1.703-mile, 10-turn the last month at the. 1366 mile tracl~ temporary circuit Winding through down- resulted in just the `seaond pole of hi town Pacific Place.! ~
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Circievllle, OH Herald Columhua Nlal Aroa Thursday D 7,411 AUG 29, 1996 N4226 /~//~ja~7/ /®®PRRSS CLlPPINOS r ~ t1INGT (AP)I j4np N;SC ` DAR , ~ ~ J,.. As he'p e~are to"aatch hi§ ston Helti' Irmb the higfi banks of Darlingtop _~. a ~" p yof tn puisuit of a milliondoll r. Ned latieU'eouldn't }ielp:but're`cah $',, ~. . iricluded'a"ciesh •-~but notlons day.long ago when he hostled fora~ fewbuc a~,Gryfew Call i~a`sh~for cash';th`l, r! y~racetrack. need of pomts, reCtigtu " ceilyf~ r~ ~ Badly in tion and money, the e1deT'Jarrett '''`I hat~ S became one of the first NASCAR backseat; an fdrivers to fly between ra,ces.?On a tneup ands 'stormy September afternoon tn titigwarseti+ r ~ 11958, he boarded a single-engme make Grg` " dQ :plane.in Richmond, Va., after:fin ~tte~ei~e, . -tshing somewhere, iqthe moneyin a ~ ' sportsman race, andt set- out fo Greensboro, N.C. S'"There was a double featurd tha night, and I needed the pornts;, so"It'tt~'e e decided to fly," the elder Jarrett "' epe ece .'J,arr ' ~ " of tet sort,it drift; I never,had any , remembered. experience with planes, a4d this one stop us ,,,- didn't have many instruments. i '-' `Ii,'worked wel "But it didn't matter, because , ha~ nearl .,sto~p the nilot. a friend nf mine named ditcl =Th4se w Eddie Nuzum, Vouldn't-have mud`and the~tail
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52270 1815 Tucsan, AZ CITIZEN Tua.on M.1 Ao. '- Jarrettgoe s. for million-dollar. bonus ::. . _ : - . . . 0 C~oWnplays the . -.. 'beaten in six of the last seven streak He has practicall owned . y D 52,T76 - - ces, . Earnhardt does not porary course at incentive of winning ~ figure the 1.703 mile tem the extra mone at the He will try to put his Ford on ;~o~ the favorites. the downtown Pacific Place. y 4ualifying ioday. Then So'the next installment of great Unser is riding a string of three AUG 3 0. 1996 Southern 500. ~ pole m 'showdowns probably awaits anoth- sti' aiBht Vancouve i t i r v c or es and he must avoid being caught up in a~, S~ay. P 1198 T~ Associated Press familiar scenario.; I Earnhardt shares with Jarrett has won four of the six races here. a second- He fimshed third and second in the Jarrett has gained a measure of ;~e' ~~nce of bein g DARLINGTON, S.C. - Dale Jar- fame by twice denying Dale Earn- ~ generation star in the sport He re- two events he didn't win LU ~®©PRRSS CLI PP/NG ~~ys no million-dollar bonus is hardt victory inthe Daytona 500 -"';spects Jarrett and is rooting for "It's another place like Long necessary to get him excited about the only major race he has -yet to i~-m a~t,. Beach," Unser said, referring to ra fine his career. "You've got to focus To Jarrett and his brethren in your own equipment, ~ and ;; too," he said. Going into today's opening of . practice and. 9ualifying Unser NASCAR's Winston Cup division, driving style, not on what anyone i0 ~a3'~r traiLs aiLs the annual rite of Labor Day Week- else is dohig," said the 39-yearold series leader Jimmy Vasser } VANCOUVER, B.C. - A1 Unser by 21 points. with two races -a-nT a end in the South is the Rose Bowl driver who grew up not far from t Jr, just shook his head and looked total of 44 points left to be won. of stock car racing - its oldest ma- here in Camden. . ~ off into s pace when asked to ex- Should Vasser, who has four jor event What a battered Earnhardt ~ plain why he hasn't won a race yet victories this season, gain one point "The bonus is great," he said. would like to do' is ; win his 10th ' this seasoa on Unser this weekend, he would "But this is a race everybody wants race at the eggshaped~ovaL' Only F. The 34-year-old Indy-car star, clinch his first PPG Indy Car to win." Hall of Famer David Pearson won i who has not won since last year's World Series championship. Because he won previously this that often at Darlington where two' ! Molson In Vancouver, is in the dY "It will be business as usual for year at Daytona and Charlotte, races are run annually. ~ midst of his worst dry spell since us;' Vasser said. "ObviouslY> Al only Jarrett has a chance to collect Because he is mending mulhple 1985-86 when he went. 25 races has had some pretty good results at th ces n Select Million. The bo-. : fractures sustained in a devastat without a win: , : Vancouver : and there's n I nus to any drwer to win threeqiug crash five wee&s ago at TaDa `4-~+ offiing oP :four NASCAR ` ~~ ,~`'bach to Vancouver this can do about him.' We just have to ~ ,+ m$lors 'm'"the~dega;' 'and because ~he~aad shis ~.weekead eould be lust.what Unser;~:do-our job aud, if:we Snish ahead i ChevrNet colleagiies ~have~ been ,^needs to end: his currentrace ` of hhn, then we're in~eat shape - quah$nng for a race that could de- But Jarre(t isnR thmlang of that. gy other drivers to win that ce ~ drrving Sunday in the , tradihon- wm. And a victory Sunday would ; ~-I think it would be great for the anothP1' track where he has been rich Southern 500. prevent Earnhardt from putting his 'sport if he'd win it," said Earn- dominant over the years. "I don't "You don't need any added in- name in the record book once more hardt. believed to be driving at know what it is that makes us so centive to get psyched up for this," at the most difficult track on the about 70 percent physically good there, but we try to do the Jarrett said yesterday on the eve of circuit - " it's m same Y job and the jobs of N things and make sure we stay gut `
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BeturtlaY lopm, OH Newn AUG 24, 1996 H4306 M®® ~raesscarrrr,vos I, .:, 'hrx r ar~klefor~ 'o `'C~~~AP)a Forgct'youraa'fu(i _ xr)ways and cotnfortabf2~ `>}unt~r , t)ta40.•~,k'of crumbfidp ojd ' hke No[th d~'` llZggers'-boys anl _~Y~ksinq de,for gleaming cp ~ ~ miVtg Sponsorsld"~ " sfory.~a~ ~TSuP4~~ Sowtm 1 ' ~~;: ~ ua[ungto~~rteeas a~[ y gooll 3hof ad; tne fjarm~' sayd Ro_bertdY`'rates kb'wner of the.F~id- ~Thunderbudd nVenJby~]ro is Seckiog Uyetl $•Imdltonbonus•[owmnerso t reeofthespb~ts„ r fqurmaJOr racEs,j jf ~a+ x~» a d at lees`t:Ja~Ce't'+YO>~ee,;~D }p~ton Southcrn 300(.f'6`erY~SZy~trjn'~gr~Yate se -b qil .. ~eus,yv , i~.{ . ~ ~.'.And whe{e;>7["T,h . 1 Brasmgton cl`eared out ra figId and avoided a fJs'h j pohd on his farm to fonn the tfack s unique oval ;•~fur'~n$ the Wii3g t in 1949. ning the Southern 5 The raceway qurbkly'becaroe aregujar,'stop on 1965 a 8oipg!j ~; NASCAR's circmt and join`ed Daytona as-onebt ~gr_?w,~n deJ! ; the series' most fatiious tracks. Drivers coveted "a"° ` 1aYrett kntiwsD ' Southern 500 utle,ltke no other because it meant : NASCAR'snewer' , successfully swinging:through the tight course - big day come at•D~aili , ' and finishing free of the tricky turns ~,him and NASC,AI~ For four deCades Dazlin g~ton stood as the mqs[ . f dauntin of Winston Cu challenges r ps ~V~ X~RY~ (pp )~- NASCAR spread to tracks 1'rke New Hampshfret '`Nnstot~Cup sto'bk^c'3r ~acia . Intemational Speedway and Sears' Point at -ners in parentheses and driv ' Sonoma, Calif., more hew markets and corporate Feb. I~~`Daytoda~00 sponsors were demanding racers break away Jarrett). ~ f~?' from the older Southern tracks. . Feb 25 - Goodwrenc •'1 think this is the best thing that could happen," N.C. (Dale Eaintiardt): ,. track president Jim Hunter said. "Withall those Taj M_ ar. 3'rPontiacSEi(dite (leff~ofd4rt); ;,. . Mahal's of racing, we'rejusf Darlington.". . Va. The track is owned by the same group that `Ivlarch Nrolaior owns Daytona and Talladega, so it probably has a(Dale F,arttli8tdt). ', better,chance of keeping its two race weekends Mardi:~4 - TranSOu - the TranSouth 400 and Southern 500.- in Darlington,; S,C,(Jeff Gordo ang•~tTj3'",7iirie lb a (IAW ut for'>:even r Poinl, Pa peff Gordon) bns~hana er ?'Jupe 23 : M,iller 400 3BNrdkh Yhore t(ira (RqstyWallacc) ( l~' the~LatrorUa}t Ju4 Pepsi,400Da ioa1 el~hng Mul ',~., w,.. (St ~ I[ r~'heUter~he JuIY'1~ ~Le`k 50 300,~1.ou r, xe vayJo I5a'nj ta r~~ "~ ~ , 1v ~xt } r `7At~ cel; S~ysFCv ,~~at~frin ` '~Jufy 28 = DieH s father Ned'did in Goidon) =ile'J /`rom wherc hc, Aug 3 Bnckyud 400 Iridianapohs (DTIe ,-- : Jri) ` st aretf- I never look like Aug 1I =' B,1 at thc Glen; Watkins-Glcn, Buthaving hts N.Y..(Geoff Bodine) te ,mportant to Aug t•l8 - GM Goodwrench Ik=alca 4f10, . ,. - . r ~ . . Brooklyn, Mich. (Dale Jarretr).- u 24 Gd Hadh Podr5Q0 -Ag. -ooy seaccwcs,. .. 1996 NASCAR Bristol Tenn . ' .;;r ' . ~ I l, ' - - hedule, with win- Sept 1- Mountatn 'Dew : Southem '500, inl Darli SC standings: .angton,.. . • yfona,Fla.,(Dale. Sept.7-Miller400,Richmond,Va. "' St 15 MBNA 500 Dv Del ep. -,oer,. 00, Rockingham, Sept.,22-Hanes500,Maninsville,Va. ~ ' ' Sept 29 Tyson Holly North a . - Farms 400, rt 400, Richmond, ~ Wilkesboro, N.C~. Oct. '6 - UAW-GM Quality SOO,Concord, m , Hampton, Ga. N.C. Oct. 20 ~-AC-Delco 400, Rockingham; N.C. ~ Financial 400, Oct. 27 - Dura Lube 500, Phoenixz .., ~ , - ~Nov..10-NAPA500,Hampton,Ga., i o~fX Pa Rtijsty :. ' ~ degaAla (Jeff
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Branson, MO TBI-LAKES DAILY NEWS Suntlay SUN 11,600 SEP 1. 1996 P34616 1111®©PRRSS CLiPPINGS r{' 4I, ~td~ IE p IE e V 'T, ~ j j t . ~ umr hN t d~ I hcy~ ~ r,sked mo ~o~the rudtor'i Vh tdntio~' ,~irt tc dl'_i I ~nid ~eS~~~ ~ t Vll ~,fi; ch ngo-, pS,,f I ~q Jnriejt z,j ye ~~`'C ~3-xt be~orue only -cliek driver to~- colleei ;.;tfid',i - insl"n $elcct 41illibrl~r Tha.bqrlt~s* b~ked~by;B11k; ~I(iott io its maug'~ral year ` 4f ly$5, gbe; to the wipy~ . ~f '4hree ot i four r~pt+ NASCAR races in the saine
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Omahe, NE WORLD-HERALD MORNING ED Omaha Met Arsa Monday 0188,788 SEP 2. 1996 nutuon-= apydthat he ~ tifho~+q t`desnondodt and craagMK 4!m t of cpoteotton for E13 B [ , we p:,~c wuy; ill wtt woa I jeazs 3~just wTt straight tntv the waJl," he 3aid' -t,~AInt oKhl.'m dtsappomted and Aisti~, •P Itffehi3ins "Milliaa Do11a~Bi11 "~ . , we had aqot6et chattc! at it," said Jar- , the only m6mber of an exclusive dub.he; rett.-vtho,fiaished 14ththree laps be r)oined the fust: year Winston (Lp of•! pind.wipuer 4effGordpn.a a, , t: feied the award. _.. { ,:.~Jsrreit "opr ned the season wtth 'his x-- ~and aytona 500 vic hrf ~;the Jme fuasi ~ Co a-r~ nla s0o po chark,tte..IN.c race fa0s ; 11 erid:,NASGAR officials touted.. hi$,. c,h#nre to win three of Winston Cyp's ~I four ptap~eYen(s ., Tha,~4,ite~at. built .F{td~ when: Jarrett broke. tha race's quahfyytng re- j cord to start tkom the pole. ., .. . Eveiywhere, he went, he was'followced ; by cameras and.crowds, and ltd was ; loaded wRhh confidence. His hehnpt ~ ' showed a caricature.million dollar bill i wttlS,Janntt's picture where a president's ; tbe. . _f.}I. __ ......... . . .. .... . .. ~ . nts wnnh Yof tdotoi iS10 ~ d too closelo the wall~hup a:! . , dututQAb,ufJcS Jtlsl ~2 ttilles 1ntoUle 30a,.; mile raee: Three tunes in auick suooes- ~15~m lattett Jsm~led tht ooncreta, cnssb=~ I mg tb~, ger<stde anc( datts the dt~ k ' l ~ rn gb yoiv i ofal c x}vouldtakeaweeltlortz u rl .~, ; ; ,, ~ soon at I went'mto the co~ it Ln N N v 0 ~ ~ N T
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Wapnuboro, VA NEWS-VIRSINIAN li~l '~.1., DARLINGTON, 8.C (AP) - ` Da1Q Jarrett pr,oved the v,e4lue .: of esteneive ~tee,ting b putt3ng i". ' ~lie~pole fpr hir¢eelf tin hie millt3n~ ll9)0 y inthe y ,fi. ;mi ~U° Dar n, sCo a r ~ s 9oC l w{, v++~ w~.t{ Raceway, Jar;ett. ~ jwtefi the YNASG~AR's 17, ol deet >;ace ~wlth a ' ~ ~w ~0m' °8e he Win toii 6elect d . e t e ruri of 170.984 atph All; the' t i 1 ~mpa n .,~ practice he had over the;laet firet ~ear,.t bonus month at the 1.366 mtlg treck red. Two'_othera -~-;;); ,__ ,:offe ° 5u :: Waltrip and tS6e ilate Jarrett'e,.Ford Thunderbird','"11tl°n win the bonua w hen the; ih' 28789 'aeconds 't ried w aa u W .,angon. Drlit nt the Ch l t M d in evro e o e g g e .: J r tt h d` b re a een s a ~e- Carlo of defending series and toward the pole by teeh'~ fr race champion Jeff Gordon by. l ath a~ ntl th t que y over e ae mo .017 eeconde. Gordon. trying to rIs., wln for the third etraight,time - glack ° Bhe° gave ttle e t D liri h wo rac ere at gton w ar his s ~uble durin ualifyi - ., g q are run annually, went 170.833. ffort He didn t a ar;a~a fae . ppe e . In addition to the winner s;~~ the other tdrivere of , _ me share of a$1.8 million purse, but hie line through the tricky Jarrett will be trying to coilect Mgh-banked `-turns was ahe a bonus offered by series epon- Gordon hes the only Chevy vic- smoothest of thg 46 dnvere who , tired a lap story in the lasf eeven rnces: ole in Geoff$odiiii was ~hird f o The h`iy »=o~her p $ , ~J n ' k f ~tebt m'a Ford tu un " la "'~ 1'se` to ' ~ c p g ~ p I sons o s a ar~tt t c s ~ bai a° ~emie't"cir'cuit° at~?`170"4 2?Nqat oe h'the~?' came ~5n'the 1~ey`tdn"~' Chevr~(x ~'doh's'$'~dir"ck~ t~` d~won ~'helaeta Mqf~ p pis en's G¢0"' , - s.,. sdn~ei ~o ~om~the',pol@ ~i {~~ ~ 70. ~p~ ti. '~"i~.~ at. Knn rl` i ' rf3 m.l n 1. dlr' a~ E'ariili®~dt; in 19~0. `; "' neat &ti 1~lOFlf$; toljowdd ~tlie ">'ne poie-gttter uae won eignt rora or ayaa ~;ooucn "ouv times in'the'46-yeai hieto'ry'of j cham ion Mark Ma iu°I'~HiA E the event. the annual rite of the ' aneedpin a' Foid wae 1G9.988: ' outh' on Labor Day weekend. Chad Ltttle was a8"venth ii} a, '~ougwed by ~' Jan•etta epeed broke''tTie Chevy at 169.977 , , , ' ' ` ' ' '' 1Terry , f -o series olnte, leade ace ttal~ mark n fyi 6fi:979~'eetlast_Year bY'John Leboiitepm; a,thlr7}$e'iidrick ' 79:797 tdas se4`m Mareh` E~s"rnhardt;'witileWover .li thb,:~ u rl:nn1. mne4h i~futnss lvaf eir m..n}lie oc l.n nmirmian'n:N higher apeede by ' Ward record eighth Wlnetbs Aup Buxton, who' crashed Friday chaniplonshlp'j 9ualified I2th m"i' ° and scrambled from his burn- hie. Chevy Earnhardt;ie seek-' , ing'car ing to jom Tiall of P~mer David N Only Gordon - trying to join Pearson as a 10-tune wiriner at n Earnhardt as' the onlv driver. Darlinaton: tiut is hampered by v.ca w nau uauov ouaa.aaar avw ~..y...•w I at the circuit's toughest layout : ago in a horrifymg crash at y took a aernoue run at Jarrett. Talladega. J , ~ _.-_. ..
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Toledo, OH Blade Tolado Mi! Arae Frldar D 147,098 AUG 90, 1996 N4384 M®®®PaEBa cLrPPINOB ;Wm:, ~ aot oe muca as;a n t t,atm~rnt feQtvyl~~{ y~ ~p~ryRoiu ma~pr s~ill ~eco~~rom a'~itble acd~~ ra/ gg ittA„,bs~ep. 7lerit' tive ago, Yrid' ~osldere f~~ only once liy' Bill Eutott, in hlmaelf 0.*,;70 pEr ant'healthy: ., ` 1985. , ... $au, oy'wmntn~ nesaen•a oraen Elllott won the Daytona e0e on the Wtqston Se~ect ¢QQ pt Taltad er appc- wo 911! U~ 4~ tnea lost tae'(:e~a~Wa ~e at ' at rd~, „ dl_gy ,fotta Dr;foreAthe payoT( 1t pr Dei gtonal ; Race- , tonJarrett has won at Daytona and I 1 W n m ~ I ~earaz tbn moet difncul4~ ~ 1ts orerln ive l c~ trac~C elrcatt haa 'x~~wbWd ll~ ~y ~ : y~~ beea-truly oaty ,mastered by same me year lp tbe fonr maet co~etap " . greata ot tde pp~t lh~e of tbem, is Winaton GSup races at tbe 6wat taa} ; ~Eard~dt etieldng to Ue"'DatHd oua tracks In Amerlca'-'Davtana. A Pearaoa's sedes :record of ;10 vie- Charlotte, Darlington and ladl ~tortep"at the trea,cperoas eg& ehaped oJls, Where ~arrett~aoo`~ couiae. yard ~Ob '
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;<r t Ip n "y'fou Dit v 's Bi~i ~ t~tf ` 'aLey,< P ltsonand I?ale Jarrett -; to be rgtigtble; !oi tlie ip 0 0 ttli!t oa C~o ai 600~Din Charlo~ to pu't hint'sei( )' ~s Ua~ thet; t ;p-position to daim the largest sin Jatrett ts on 8~s gle-race;payoff that exists`<id NASCAR Winsto,ri;Cup raCtng ,' ~op, As4vr~h Ellio ~"Jarrett is going to thg worst pos a rb>l cbtntpg In~o,tlie sible plaae to finish4~off ~'J~o~ ~~Yt°Pa + Wttltnp; "Lhad A xhapqe"tow q~tt,'=a at lndiana ohs a~d and LWas hoping I:COqId wiq;rt p ~cfore I pot to Dan+It takes ~ o~a~brvearngy full foeus~gn Iust runnpr the iace ~~ w~~~~ r lfx alitq wo _a.~ rng the , r. s d Pe1to 0 n=ws 4 0 s~~h~r~s ~~, P, s~.v g ~ S?3tte horseractng prizb¢ (z~Krj Yarborou'ah~in~ {k~~ ;s Qnl}~Lee.Royr; 1969 and David Pearson in,r1976,: ~relable'~i to:bbmplete the °'~ `i lap, 4To N" o,314f•l$Ef'sii•.':1 §" ~'t77ie 's not a ]otof,'s ~ ~ o an"1V~ r c r~ ~ ~o^~ * ~ttg¢rttonaGsts (eft in this ~ four. tNp u~No[ msn~t us~ ~ ~ rtanoe of•wtn61 g ~ cro~~41~~`$ b ygA ah~f ~"They`str'll have lhat9nih + ing and you know wbat a',blg ~~al tt' t stteak thrs is. It's a traditton that go`es bdCk to Jarlett is on „ the begrdriing'when ' yoti won Dar- D,~tthem 500 ., lidgton,'Chaclotte, and Ddytona'' G'~arlotte ThaY was th~'tn~le`crown andrnot,; Kq t~.~t mandriveishave ever done5t au this ':Should Iacrett farl to'~oprplete ; ~on of+ the MrlltBn"iequvemdnts` heas ~ ing a(rgady ln,su[ed hrmsblf'4t lt~ ~'a ~ « t$1;O0,000 bonus for wiauing` o. ~SA" W ftrip, that s~~ ' drng to Waltrip, that's proof ` e ttie, pressure "e _ifdutt of coritpentiveiiess in 11 Its Ife Y i v,li' ;' `(Ibr44tC)'already, has won the : ht car at the. right races thrs year as; fat as g I'm' np "He s got , concemed; satd Waltrj ~'Darlttt~=` dqu$,eqgmes p ton`Iust h, ppans to bd'thc oldest he spnog, and < tiack we go"to Ma'ybe th~ track has ouldn't have lost some'of tts lustet' but the impo,~tence: of t~y~duthern 500 ~ here;,With as,. hay+ptffadetl" ' ~•' ~.~~r ..1 4 lacky?s.~aj problgm, ~i t ;td wIb"tbe'°bonu~ r~lacrolle'cted" . $adtngton stnpe tfiet;aftetnoon ` ht__ wall rn Tup 3 and~~ i `t~~f "ol;a 22nd place finish bah7nd eventual,race winner Dale Ebrp y hak[t s ., P ''~ ~ (larret[' righttunetl~ gp~ cars~ta tt He r,an well ther`'~ eopld've won it he ~ htt,{~rewall ~'~" s going d. in Y9 ~o r 0 0 e al t « a , nna soj~xns1992 , a Thursday Concord, NC Tribune Charlotta M et Araa AUG 28, 1996 q rgrrcll ~~~~~t _ ~ lpany Zer o are IO tlie tl~-a~out ~t~'4~ ' ~ om theru `.. the, Coca`-Coi a, 600; rq May until lha; ClftvE
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Laleyerie, lA AOVEAflSEA I ut1ntn Mgt bu 6un0ay SUN 47,000 SEP 1. 1996 P2860 [ILi®®PRaS5CL7PPlNOS ..-....f,1~~i.~ ,.i. .'. •..'. xrett vves , wi 4 g.-,DARLINCJP9N S C. (AP) -Al Jarrett has done eve u lumsel[ m% ail- sible to fetor ah of a b ~ ~ h i • s y I p oa a u y q A y .m alfon=dollar bbnus. Dale Jarrettwfll to wm Precise.:tgs.ting oq; qe focusu~g o,~n spmetnmg even tng- , emrs most auncwr aac s ger in tbe Southera 500. race record' tjualifymg He lost site of it of the las in i7o.s34mpl)tbatputtusFoido r March between gambling oa a vn¢- Polefor the 47th Southern tory or making a late fuel stop that But the race is secon to ~ t cov would cement a better finishing po- series champioushrp the Isitfon m the TranSouth 400, Jarrett eted prize in stock car racing. Jari f • " wr dt irolledthedree, . rett is fourth m pursuit.~o( He lost'and a 15thRlace finish 'e~naeJentsremainmg ~.•et"` ' . "~ ~` " i:+ cost him about 25 pomts. in the . That was wall aad': ,WinstonGwpchampionshipbattle. '.cause we were only five'or-si y ~ a' "We were bold at that time, he races tnto theseason," Ja}t : said. "1 hey asked me on the radio, of the TranSouth strategy: ;Now ' re 22 races into the '§ea~on t!'What do you want to do?' I said, we 'Wecameheretowia"I" .We're only 127 points back: We'v, i '' • That much has not changed as got to look at that championsFup ' o f I: a a -, ,'the 3&yearoldJarett tries Sun So embattled tobacc _ i;day to become only the second R J. Reynolds will get to hofd r h e vn ;:drrver to collect the % gStqp Select grandiose celebration ui t I 'Million. The bouus, bankedb~ Bill ner's circle oaly if Jariet( can g ;-. :FJliott in its inauaural vear of 1985. there wtthout outtinl[ his title que 1: goes to the winner.of three of four in jeopardy. Otherwise race spo ,~ major NASCAR races in the same sor Mounttan Dew wilf be the b ear - coproratewinner ~.. .. . . .. y n¢LYa'ua:hai?-`rarvcucutt !.~f~r~~i~v.~r%F:•:., fsn sevenm or,eignm fn- UaraenLirr.-.wno cImcned'=tne tffl_AAfl4fausRmg t m1 Pe 'u weeks e g°ingseasAl1 ~I ago ; F` c a ~ i C , . r r,, to'ECpme it{i ~'ndg t'ga"s ~~rr ett ej~}~t'~i oTies'in 11 Fqir s" He a ~ v ,,., , said: 4'Wecan't take "thal 'ch~nca "~l'e3 aB btlt'bn'e7a'o dunng''his'agaie.° . .. qingstreak; , ..,." . Eyendheloses Jarrettwillcol The race pa.t of the hfolson lect {300 000 for wmning the Daytp Indy 'Vancauver; .ended. tinder a na 500 and Coqa-Cola'` 000 'ftre yellow flag after eontact on the 38th~ differencebetweenfmLshingfourth 1apmvolving Jeret Schroeder,~ m"the_)jomts race and wfnnmg fs; :AlexandreTagllaniandCaseMont- }1amlkWen. gomelly'.r r i ° ~ . .. . . n l N i S i ' ~aJarrettreaHzes what t e hasdc W ,-arro,. r rd 4da lidv compusnen to reacn uns mc, ana makes no e,uort to downp y it But ~ts pole positton to'a'b°y who grew up in nearby VANCOUVER; British Col Camden, the IabarDay weekend is his (AP) Jeff Ward broke'~ih 'sTP t'asec>aaloccasion., ....: ' dayokl IndY f.ights"track record4 ~ Carpe,ntter wins seventh , Saturday, turning a qual.ifying lap,,' n ' ' to take,the pole for ~ 10alghtTop taAHBflti¢ at 302.356.mph Sunday s Concerd Pacific Cbd1- a VANObUVER British Colum- lenge . , ¢ia (AP) -_Canada's Patrick Car- Alex "Padilla }vas' second at i ~ d e, 1o-tum { w pCntter won his : sevenfh stra~h t 101.242 mph,on tbe 1.7-m lbyofe` Atlantic Championship street circuit, followed by~ Julio de , n~ race Saturday, leading all 38 laps . Castro Neves, Hideki Noda andT)a- i on the 1.703-mde,.1o-turn tempo- . vidDeSdva. , .; ~
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' AUG 27. 1898 N4818 'i W~i®®IA(SSCLIIIfNaf Iv , -ery,~ . ,;rreH'chsses mlllions, rdt IloMrng wounds QRISf04 7enn: -Wi1h gumpy' Dzdinglon Rattway, next on the - Wlnston Cup horlmn, this , d could be a watershed of , tau guys naneel Dale. First, Dak ~ man whc: at :' pQted.' for Ihe, JaRelt-Darlington. shaped like an _ tgg and narrow In the racing lanes, .. has a reputatbn for eating cars- ~ he}s eppmaching the week with an :'ddpdmWe pempeclNe:. . j:He wahts to wln /he smllion. of tuurse. and hls team has co•.cred stilually eteiV argle'g:dng in. bul 08rreh has sakl he wants the Dar. . Iingtan weekend to be an exciting ' an4 speNal one for racns and fans ' rc~rdkss of the ultlmate result. ; e,ask>;only.that llf be the most 'I :+VthouAi the odds are against andgRR.' :. . I . through the mine field wllh hhk march of questions. he has hQe churned wllh relenikss m- I 11{osiasm. puttingJarrett in (mnt of '. a forest of mkrnphanes and a repet- '. eoB the Itd. Remdds Tobacco Co. R Foni. Darlington Rarnwy . QLSUalbalancc., . .,. f~s the publicity rnachlnes of 1t has approached his date .. theentloflheralnbowaAh . ipglonyelt of cuurse, but so far I : Ne hasn't qnn+ed 1n prriaurr0lled m6ge aYS .' MWA T the TonDay- aaao.. Hembree ' ('acedde 600' ~ end Bdckyard 4tl0. .. On SuMae. Jartelt gets a chance '; Mt unifsual gold. A Nctory in the ~. ~Sopupl~hqn509uwipd~m(pmnpdkklhe He has won lSUrHnles. :. -61cl,udingthe. peasonaAhn<, p )a(Yelt. To dala he is Drherofthe. Year In NAS :; CAR Rcing: . . '' ~f8mhardt hasvsed delemMation 'toyattte beck from painful in unrs aujfend in a crash last mnnt~ at . Talladega, Na. But the reahly is that ' IN,Q even Famhardt. who has dol. . at(d the scientific trulhs of time and . spacce on more than one oreasion in . a~fldty successful career. can erase . Ih4 burdens dddving with a broken upyerbody . I ,^.~B showed Saturday night at Bris~ luGMotor Speedway. Afler hemg piQixd Into the wall. Farnhardl had a spugA night on Bdstol's hl@i- lunkedl cereel-W,vl-Ilke IracA He wa's passed and later lap bv . mSre mnnale and hhome . 14(~Z41aps beholnd uhe lrade~R , 6fQelfOordon'screwkc7tured . " F.anhxrdt efler Ihi racc aWUt do- laAng CArdon as he tried to keep c with erentual winner Rusty ~,llace. Such complaints often are , dlpected at dow, lapped traffic but blitinst never at Fsmhardt and his ~~ :bl9ck iockel, whkh usually kn't . fiiund in Ihe nmher regyons of Ihe `r redufl aheets. m . jhe hdtan I Ine for Pamhardi as , m Ih~ Darlinglon weck dawns Is thal +~ hCis penlously close to seeing his " shpl at an elolh championship cr~shed. . -yIM r5xnb..b.~p mNmn4e 1~ Nryn.mianeN.n Ilf.vk.k~~ sopx.lhmgde' JerRll binefunk. , " . drenchedof-_. Southemrace. trgcksin . 'hlbllhlsmot Ir§dltian. DdkEarn. hetdt mBs
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Union, 8C ilmes lAUnder o e,eu~ AUG 29+ 1996 N4966 ~®®PRffSS CL/PPI NGS ~ . n'Milli o ~ ' .j emeg :: ~~. relate to a million dollars. It's still "~ By PETE IACOBELLI ra, AP.Spot'ts Writer DARLINGTON - A million dollars doesn't sound asY~ '; taipress~t, ~e~ts;l~ $n~Qdtd: ~ . . pli s ' ame fi~ftre contracts, huge televtsion ,. .~ ~fda an i age~,t~jttmillionaires, the Wr de~lg<~ p slu ~ ~ ~, n "Iha€15~7{tirett could win Sundas.; ; ~ ;' Southem5~jbv ~~skitidofsYumpy. ~r rt r E;-:rAaf~)v yfeeks 8go,>Dale was racing at the BnC " for almost , _ _ _ ngh~? fo tHg n{IIhS Yates That's more than halfway ~ - tfiere ~jr ~ real ` Jarrett canie into this season with career eatningsof y,; r E .irM $5 milliontHe has 9dded $2 million tlus year with fquf 24 . }Tr'inston Cup victories,' including victones at Daytonait e a ,- and Charlotte,to set him up for a try at Ute bonus; offered+ :rrac .to:dnver8 who win three of NASCAR's four maJorac~s- l(µ. a.~^p~r~~ d 4~"Ik,~ . <:, ,f a;sdt+ett.,~'tn $vents ,theni," Regan said That's=anothe~~; ` y,' has gtin popLlant~ T~ec~iise ihe q t~neh wlthu~lelIfBns: ~ ~t emilliod,was nice,'said Elliott, but it's the accom- ent that has: stayed with him the, past decade. s helped;~tim remain bankable despite a foui-yeai ow,{ e i =! n)~Y'yid' " said Jarrett's car owner, Robe,t ~ 000 ~ Cle~ly an extra $I millton would bc ptce )3utlt~r,~te ~ iunti same amount Bdl Elliott won 11 years ago when thq , earu prize was first offered. ' r' pp $420 OOQ; wjuch ,s $20,000 more than Elliott for, }gs~9$8'title: , ~ y'eat, o y f`ur Winston Cup races offered purses ~ ° ~' That's a good,thing, says Tom Regan,' a sports admtn- -unde $1 million. istration professor at the University of South Cat'ohna, ,, Ev if $1 mtlon doesn't sound as impressive as it ~, Regan, who has made economic impact studies on the once id, Jarrett gays he still wants to be "Million Dollar ' Darlington raCes, says people get lost in the $120 mtlli.on' Dale '• ,u,'.,~ r. deals of Shaquille O'Neal and piles of money thiowh at„ 'nk' how many=good race teams have corrte I youngsters like golferTiger Woods and basketball play .+ tluouih here and won'eighf, 10 races in a season, but er Kobe Bryantthey 1~aven C,wo~tliree of those four," he said., ; I feat t} at has everyonng, not _ as fat",'but iPs ion~Qllais maybe doesn't go , mo1'e about being able to weaT that tags' he said. iy:~time they; introduce :(Elliott) anywhere, it's tl`Dollar.Bili,, ^ ' o_ t9^Y ' -nioneytha~ worked tts way mtoinston Cup t 000 in ns frst ~Ihe':sport Fiiaid but only~$100 ; tfjC" fiaiqptda§ht¢"25 years sgo wtth $40,000 6 ~I~ow the points champ gets $1 5 million anc~ the ' cn
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52270 1849 Nartiabury, PA Pa9iol Narrheuro Md /tr.e ::on Chevys ~ - ~ )he aov~ni[g`bodVs `-~- Apparently, Schrader made a'a " ' t Sor cpmpe~tltion, <handshake agreement with Andv .'~,e,~SIII'Ed1Ep0[~SSthatf ~~PCh'ee to IDake thelnovee aegleot.,: be~.made'imril , ~ing. one amall detaiL Schrader ;; " ~ pptto alta s4gned ae~a new eontract withBud " dwLro~~ andcaroamerRickHendrick over':` _ a7RODtb ago..Hnnmirirk apparentl}• i < iwilling to let' Schrader go, bnt~? weiser is unhappy u•itt}rcthetU " . '::! jn®enlent Dew, ton;:Chevradet beallowedtoadda -. svatouytotnerearep . 4~'-mch{5om Swzxto '~totLe&ontairdam. "., t"i~j"XT! _.. -This change wae not:officiaIIY "'sBmen released. Rather. itwasvasted m a : NASCAR~ . , ~ eYesuming Schrader does move =-' '}.~io a new team -and wLat wouldra _ UE11L_'fitesiot~Ii' ttun" be gained by keeping anunbap- I we@k a Yvmor~ iaBe.- py driver with the Hendrick , 4 htove ofK~ 3ohrader... team? - the likelier candidates e'Bci3weiser No. ?b to the to drive the No. 25 car next aea• , Ward SurtotL. ia probably going son a t : K ~~ ~ ~e _ k ~-k - ,.,-;~ . .... , . . ~ .. •
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D 81,600 AUG 30, 1996 P2742 ©M`,1®PRESS CLIPPfNGS Frlday 8alina, KS JOU RNAL t4 temp ers~ , arre bucsl ,Jarrett wouJd collecf$1 count the blg ~~ ~ lntoamafchrace.'`Y million'bonus with win ; i ,g1a ~ never tw 14 ~$ujiday,Politf~9Cr1 B - ~Aa~' la~ed Preas 0 aasoa 0 kl 0 B n2 arare 1 ~ still ~ , ' ~Yibfel~~r ~ fivee~v 4 ~ ;and co3d ; :&eatpe ye~W eT~fpur au~ EP8iinself only e m ~n F perce ous tr in Ameri hCalthy. a. C e, D ARRETT ' ' `stili;-by a here ning NAS deat race, : Jarrett would de , a e sted te' .t ~i ~im another spot in ,the ,_, book, and'do ao'at E deeth „p°~raonal plaYgiound L' A oce e frorit fr' t8n International Racevday, {o'hYs atern F Iri :ita 4¢ yeara, tfie most d e' in a horrify track on the NASCAR circu~ ~ T dega. ~~~ been truly mastered only byf, the Iatest inatalll~eti greats of the sport. One of theni ~s biglhowdown probably„w Ea;nhardt,_'saeking to tie DayidP' to watt. But Jarrett won't Pearson's series record of 10 v ~ hen I~a p8na~8g~ rles at the treacherous eeg-ah p~t ~s lroni D oval where two races are rwi ~- I ve ~y, plv riually. c si t ons; b But he won't do it b r~a'~"~~1 it en a,gainst Jarre&. And Jarrett. won't : said on the eve of qual~in ~ ~ J re n''E a rig~i t w mark: h~ •e tha~~A~le ~~ v ~' V;/~ 0RqCINQ 5air 1 s~ a•~ a ® 1 ef 1)& eq ° lit as edt ~ t W~L'4S~po . bQ~ to 1 ,.,. t ed Wl tistoll.Cup rAcea at the m0'st b; . ar
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Muscatine, IA JOURNAL Monday 0 10,749 SEP 2. 1996 P2130 1~M®© PRESS CLIPPlNG3 i' .~`, I ~ t i3~i4 1x Pnw "00 M .~TM , Dale Jarrett,'of Hickory;'N C hitS the Wall orI his ngM side in t three after rpnr1in~ fllrough some . ~ oil on the track Sunday dunng thepMountain Dew Southern ce at Dariinton Rac6way in, + ` Dadington, S:C. Jarret, Who lost three laps in the mishap, had a hance to capture the N/inston $1 ' millron bonus'rf he had won the race. } ~ordon slides to -vic Jarrett slips out ,of contention for'Winston -$1 ;million DARLINGTON, S.C. (AP) ' unclaimed for the 11th mastered this mishapen mon- - A few cents worth of oil straight year. strosity.whose angles were' ended Dale Jarrett's million Gordon became only the determined by an adjacent dollar chase, making him just 7 second driver to win three ~ pond. His series-leading sev- a spectator Sunday as Jeff consecutive times at ;- enth victory of the season Gordon added his name to a'` Darlington, known as "The made him the sixth driver to- short list of those who have Lady in Black," with a suo= , repeat in the traditional humbled "The Lady in ` cessful defense of his -- ,: Labor Day Weekend race. ' Black." Southern 500 title. ~ Gordon colledted,$99,630 With a commanding lead Jarrett finished 14th, two from a purse of $1.4 million. on the 46th of 3671aps at laps down, while trying to : He moved within;2,4 pQints treacherous Darlington . become just the second ;j Hendrick Motorsports team-.-.' International Raceway, driver to collect the Winstdn mate Terry Labonte in the Jarrett's Ford suddenly Select Million, a bonus payoff series standings. Labonte to : slipped up the high banking from the series sponsor for finished 26th. and scraped the wall between victories in three of four ^ Jarrett is 91 points back. A turns three and four. That .; major NASCAR races in the battered Dale Earnhardt, . took him out of contention in same year. seeking an unprecedented the Southern 500 and left the Instead, Gordon, the reign- eighth title, trails by 161 Winstog Select Million , ing Winston Cup champion, points after 23 of 31 races.
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Marquette, MI Mininy Journal B ' O 1 y~ ETEItiG BELII ' , } V, pat Up`i yeai- Wmsto AP SportS ~riter" * A~ % r W ' , 2~ , borft s .pARL1NGT_OnI~S,C; men otuy,liaixeu'wa-? ;' 'Ra'-n~. r-ry~a s f-+ r tmn'Y~tr'tiVinafnn ~vtillinn''~hac nn ~..'. ~+1h50n.ll1: 92 hd`VC tb`t}IC ; a i adiic$= f~Jatrett,'-:«ho ts ,'Labqt D'a"y w~ekedd.~Ca~) biddmg tp Ioir)"the exclusn e club shot af i r e ~r malor is th 'tDaaze doesn t need it He s. Tfie ot} ~Win-running too good right now,' El- ston Select 500 at T~Iladega. liott said Tliesday at Darlington Jarrettj-captuied eth~ baytona Raceway, wher8 Jarrett could •,.500 in`February and_what is now pick up the million dollar check- 'd~ the Co'ca=Cola„600 in'May. : with a victory in the Southem* ,'` It too$.two publicists,''about 500 on Sept:five;photog aphers;and:a hostof. Both Winston Cup 6tars have _; raceway officers'to free up :?arrett :. been testing cars at the quirky ;', for al~irief vtstt w th`. $Uiott, on 1.366-mile oval, and both have, '~Tuesday:'t~ been bogged down in Jarrett's "I asked him if the m l od dol- chase for histpry -' Jarrett deal lars was wonh all this. Qf:eourSe, ingwith what tt, would be like to he said 'Yes,'' Jarrett said, vnnthreepfNASCAR'sfourma- ' Jarrett comhsoto D3rlington jor'races and Elliottwith how hc loaded with momentum: after did what no one else has winning the Brickyard 400 atIn- accomplished.. dianapolis, and the.Go4dwrench Elliott; won the Daytona 500, 400 at :Brooklyn,; 2viich.; this , the World 600 at Charlotte and month, but, says he's treating this -the 8outhern 500 in'1985, the like every other Southetn 500.
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ooyleilown, PA Inlellipencer Phliedilphh Mei Aru Sunday SUN 51,712 SEP 1r 1996 ~®®® N4630 PRBSSCLiPPlNOS OW 4 0 . F,vK~ .e. ~-~.p~ }~,~, UY'"'7""~' ~n& ~~ ~ CB th ~ ~ CE'iFllBnt Q.~ ,# in- " Ah;-TranSQuth ionjn 400; JarretE.iolled the'dice 1 zj; ` e lost,j and a 15th;place f1rAish ~ him about 25 cpoir~ts ~n "§he- 6 > n C7up championship*l)at- tl va 4 Y +~ ' . .; , e t; ix i bolcli'&Li.thst ti .n radio; I s8id; ? c ~edgs ~hq ~t~~ ~tas riot, the $~ye6r~1 J ett, U ~ y da~ ~, te~ sgcP~t : drive 'to ~}feet~the Wington Se•A lep r~illion; he boriiisi b,atZked bv~ill E`1~1 t ~n,if,s~inaug year, of ,1,9,q "s ;tna i " of three of ift or,~V S~" ~t: races in the e Yeart;,r e;very i Jarrett ha done~ , " possible tog t hiin estingself in 17 tion to vnrS:;Pr~ctse t n he', circuits mo¢~t,,,difficult ttaq~ Ie3,; to a race recoFd qualifying speed of 170.934 inph'yhat'put his Ford on the pole for the 47th Southern 500. - But the race is secondary to the ser.i'eS;dhampionship, the ' most coveted prize,'in stobk;car racing. Jarrett'is fourth ~in puti- suit of it;`with nine events re= : maining, !: . . n . . ..>s l. i~ftex- ~hampion~h`. IR_L tTGTON4S:C A1-' victory shy or a " o~us;,Dpl_g_;;1 " Btt ' '~" n on .so. ~ t
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Ashtabula, OH . 3tar•6aaeon Cuuland Mst Aria Thursdar ® 0 87 0 g; h~'~ VA AUG 29, 1996 4 oc jy!~ 7 r Y~ 3+t t~fi + s~.~in, 4,t 3'~e ~ ~ r 'J~'( s ;; aeia.~ ~ ea i 23 PP ,;t'a ta < ~.i{ J ~ kI~ , i ~i t; ~ 4 a :q Vt 1=x 1 1et f Z Pu~1 ~1~~~~~ ~ A~~~ I y~ l' Ji f+ Si.tl Q fu t!I1~1111 S~ ~ey ~t iF i{ s 1 X i':+~~ ~ I~l{An.~.~ 'fl U'DI S~lo~i' :~Axh9~&E ~ h .. R I ~.:a I~( tte ~ ta , r t s i~et k~ F3%hia rA1='ta$ a
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Mndlmn, WI Winantln Blele Joumel M11ba 8i1k.. Gtlur7ef 080,585 N ® K. TtaYVTq/i t . U,~N~Jf,INI.. lils`ceri°puplHylnprf ~ay,for Sundayb WIn- durlnp -yptqn C}ip'~D ~aoe,at berhnptqj,8.C.,: ~t , ~ ~ Ivr AUTOMAGING puYpuit~',•w ~ ~ L p vislonal pote for~the ~ VenCO 160n IndY . '... , . : ( et~cord lap of,' ` i 1e$d 7G3~ty~le~ 1 the neYCei'clRdit~ p do~vntownPeciflePlace d~ p ;,wpp pecond, ThlrQ ' sl44 V e5I p ` fi~te8 pifeat 1 •,- ec t lm P AUG 81. 1888 Fbnnee, SC Mr~~~ MAMim D 31,529 AUG 28. 1886 , ;'DARtiIDJ~4`pDN +-Delele~nen'squestfor : j~]~~~,, Is no something tor hlm ~ hiWcabouldowntheroad... ~ the leality of teYhng for ttr .. ce~~ got `mde~vpy nt ". ,, .:. ,mgtaa''Recvpy. atreltwillspenaatoteloflhreeEeye . 'towdocktFemysteriesof-tMtrectc'T~oo ichto.'fYnte"andfindeveryounoeof'j ...~advantw hieNo.88padCmdttIi. In Van. !Thundertrdcenproduce: . . ~ 7eeovel- u ; ,week I
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Grand Island, NE INDEPENDENT Monday D 28,000 SEP 2, 1896 P3732 11111®PRESS CLIPPINGS chance is ruined early s.: DARLINGTON 4 C. ,(AP) , 1`I'm OK I'm disap ointed and , , p ' At the Southein 500, Dale Jarrett,, , wisti we'had another chance at posed with 'a check` tfis' carit" said Jarrett; who finished , couldnRcasd• 14th,three7aps behind wmner ' . treJffGd'~~ ,. Jarttwas ~.eoron._ all's'miles'ju'st - Jarrett opened the;sea'son' prior to the '" with his second Daytona 500 vic- start,' as he`'; tory: And since he crossed the ,:and his`fainfly`. line first at the Coca-Cola 600•in, stood in front' Charlotte, N.C., race fans and ' of the over- NASCAR officials: touted his sized check for' chance to win three of Winston $1 million - Cup'sfourmajoreveatss already signed ' Tht; excitement built Fridaq " ,laRaft ' and endorse&' when Jarrett brokethe race's` Ln=_ that he-' qualify{ng record to start from '~ would be awarded Sunday if he " the pole. ~ won. Everywhere he ivent, he was ° i Instead, Jarrett left despon-' followed by cameras and crowds, i- dent and worn out after an early and he was loaded with confi- ~ crash took him out of the lead dence. His helmet showed a cari- i„ and out of contention for the cature million dollar bill with Jar- prtze only Bill Elliott won 11; rett's picture where a president's years ago. might be. ~ ~ . ;,:. . . ,. .. .ti . F . . :. I ': ~ ~1~ I ~..:. i . " ,t arrett s ' 'otl
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bimwyuu, iui ChroM9M MvNqen kld Atn emwer p u,Na AUG 31, 1998 N3200 '~~®®raessreonxr..a -k f r::Jarrett guns. J b for:$1 ~ million ,,, prize };eeo,plarod 4"Proas DAR7aNOTON; ^'g.G~ ~Delr ; ,Jerrett roved /he value ot eafen- sive tae~ing by putting himeclf on '•. the pule Friday /or hls mllllon-do4 ' lar treasure hunt AUTG RACING in the, gouthern ' 500. , . In"negotlaling troublesome Dar- ~~ lingtonjInternatlonal ,Raceway, ~;.JatTett : broke -the qualltying record fon NASCAR's oldest race . wilh a run of 170.934 mph. All the praclice be had over the last munth at the 1.3ge-mile track paid " off in Juat the second pole ot hls. ~y. WlnstonCupcareer.. , . . y! ; Jarrett's Ford Thunderbird was ' .5; timed In SS.769 seconds; edgitIg the ,,y-,Chevrulet Monte Carlo of detend-ing serlee and race champion Jelt' Gordon by .017-semnds.Oordon, ~;; trying lo wm for the third straight -. Hmq, at Darlington, where two p~ raCes ate run annually, , went tmn~_170,Ig~38.~y,jf„9 ~.. In adNtlan to the winner's share k~ of a 11.3 million purse, Jarrett will Ibe,tryingtocallectabonusoffered k~1 by 9erier spotuot' R.J. Reynolds to anydrlver:wWdng tLree of.fcur -'.NASCARma~nmthesameyear, v~He won the Daytone 500 and the.Cuca-Cala .go0, but failed m the ' `.wimtun fietect Soo.' - :-~ Only Bi1lE11Wtt hn collected '.'theWine gelectMillion,eccom- ,. pIN ng thet by winning the South- ~een 500 in 1985, the flel year the ' `boniis'was offered: Two others - '~ Dairell Waltdp and the late Davey '"Allieon - falled In attempta to win " the'bonuswheomey lost at ' Darlington. ", Jarrett had'been pointing to- ~~~ -ward the pole by testing frequently, ' over the last month at track known as "The lady:ln Black." She gave him little trouble during x'' ' his qualifying effort. He didn't ap ~^pear as fast as some of the other .. driven but Me Ilne.through the '"tricky 61gh-banked fuies wai Lhe ;`I tamootbcrt:of the 45 drlvere who 4,.trledalap. . . t' ^' The only other pole in Jarrett'a ' I10seasons on stock car racing's premier circuit came last year in '' the Daytona 500 - a race he won. The last driver to win from the ~pole in the Southern 500 was Dale ~~ Eamhardt, In 1990. . ' Jarrett's speed broke the race "'yuaRfyingmark of 187.379. ~ Dun-WM.'110-MerkMarnnnaed" ed /ust one Isp FrldeY lu enow Met he . v.ill ba IM pwn toheel at tM Dura-LUbn 9 f99, eoaln. Marnn'a apeeG of 105 70 ~ ~GnnO Netlo~nel ierkstraaelDerli~npn k rorRecewaY. !t ebo put him In prime . r poeltbn for his fourth strNpM victory in i the Labor De~ weekend rea. Terry 'LebonN, tne Wlnston Cup asrbs polnls bader, wes fecorA at 15n.ca0. Cnad Llide was IWd,1dWw+d br HickY Ga- .ven aM Jan Green.
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Midland, MI News Saplnaw Met pree 7F.he winr#on ~:±Gup circuit coutuq t1P; n,2 a + ~t oow . ou d.n s«~rteRrsca a sr„-rfay ,~1lHEAE;`}lw.I~>-m3a Qartc.glpn ~~ - ?lj~ ,amA11oi7atF3aceway at cna rt~taerr~F-,nc ~ssrWyrfough,,a[!: ~ o -tr3ci{ f thern aN. .. r.. . 52270 1860 ona,gnarfg terrttw 36T{apsputuultHt'ttwldotfGoraonnearthird ot rtur tour crown Vie eqd, fierEtartaged to outduelRusty. ,.I~Sirtthes~xrl-tRe WF.lFare for seconC.Justa.weekearlier. . :'ScH~ham 500. th" .. EaTNIFtrdt ar#. Waaace had dathed ar .. : L~rif~Gole 600, the &~; tAd th9IWO Old ri+ialS 1riHde up ; .. E?aj~a Sor and the Oe(oreth®.race,andhadnovu.idents:. . Winstnn S43;. tarrett OTNM SNOWEFIS HER@: EafY+harAt, : vq0 t{us yvar at E4i'tk lNaAc:A%t9tt, :'L7arteif Wsltirp &Mkd chd doHaand .. . _..Terry L8b4nte. TM C+Uy - KEY TO T},E fiAC$: Who can surwv® tt~c Ar3(em to Win ine ' SaK}hesiOffiHL~tS? If'Sa Mfle ea&er V1Hn it -n .:. ' Mrxts so tar haa be4n -u8etf M E1eTfOw. fhat there 8rB twCT gruawc . "`B"I[ Ell<att hY~j985. .:.' . ;..'but dCa s1l atough cfCe. r; . ~ ,tJfST-YFJIR'SY1Rti1fEA:~JeltGortlon , THREET4 VY.IRTCH:,fufln Andrft :-wona ': swdc up a rt Dhle Esrlihcirdt et the erKf dwrtxtsa~g poia t>"~ tas2 yeat, FiidcY :: ihe race to wm trjaboart eoveri c~r IertgL'~ CraveRhadUte'tap8peetS;ittpraG4cbfast ard snl !he sta9e for hrs first Wirutu,r, C,ip waekanA Ward E3uitOrtAttiShed tpurth.: - poin^ charrP~sl.ip. Eamhardt ied ~h.19 ot ,7vrufastyaar.... .. . .. .. . ..
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Ann Arbor, MI ~ Newr ; Mn ArOor MdMo - ' . .. Monday D 67,706 ~~ riUG 19. 1996 ~//~//1~~ N3166 W~frVyWPRaSSCLIPPINGS I ~ ..... . ......_ ..: _ .. . ............... ........ . labont', extends Winston Cup {lead , .~ Third-pIace finish in Goodwrench E Also,'Body by Jake' RACING NOTES heads to NASC•AR crowd. point-wise, it was another top-5 and ; PIoM Nfl13 rllRUV Ap x7sr woRTS we W a shot at it.-We've got to go out and run like we did today and BR(H)1ff.YN'-• Dale Jarrettwoat run ashardaswecahandtrytowln .'the race, but Terry ~Iabonte also- some races. scored a victory of sorts Sunday at 'You can't just ride around and collect ~. Midhigan Iaternabonal Speedway. waya to Labonte went into GM Goodw- to go, to c~apture the ch mpl- ~ rench 4001eading seven-time dhar}i- onshtp" pion Dale Earnhardt by 76points in . Mark Martin, who finished sea- lhe race for the s n Cup drW- ond wentinto the race in fift.h place ing championship.: >>~.; . In tite standings and came out in Isbonte finished third and' now fifth but cut his deficit 9'om 445 to ; leads Earnhardt and 1995 uhamplon . 435 behind Labonte.. Jeff Gordon by 134 points. Earn- BURTON FALTERS: After start- hardt finished 17th on Sunday; Gqr- lng 1roM his first career NASCAR don was fiNh, polepo position, Jeff Burton saw his ; Jarrett remained,in fourth place . high hopes dashed eArly Sunday. in the standiags;1t47 points behind The 29-year-old slipped quickly I.abonte with 10 rpces to run. from the front, losing the lead after :I:abonte, theY984Winston'Cup, thefirstlap,droppingaslowas35th champion, wash'Y about to take his and ended up fudshing ninth lead pghtly. . - "We said aB along that sitting on "We pieked'up some points on the pole did not guarantee success Dale (Earnhardt) and lost sonle to' on Sunday," Burton said. "We start- the other Dale, (Jarrett);'Isbonte ed out really bad, but I'm really said. proud of myself and my team for ~ sonot giving up. We worked our butts NOT YETr Dave Marcia will have ~ able beginning in January.. ~"I finished ahead of Gordoh, . ,,,:-~. ....• ......,,. ...,...,..'-------------- ... , ~..... ;:,~^..~.....,..ywc».mm..~.:. . .. . ....:. ..... ......._ . e 400 widens gap to 134 points. today to get the car better." to wait until next year before he can NALLACE SPUTTEpS: There break Richard Petty's record for w s no sweep for June race winner. miles driven at MIS. sty Wallace. The Miller Beer Marcis needed 143 laps Sunday to . rd driver suffered engine failure pass Petty's record of 17,390 miles q went out after 77 laps and fin- but his Prodigy Chevrolet died after !s ed in 391h place. 35 lapa. The race. Sunday was Mar- 1'I wasjustjhixed from the start; I'-cia' 54th start at MIS. hadallkindsofproblems," Wallace • JOB SECURITY: Bobby RamiF said of his weekend. "I didn't qualify ton, who was 13th in the race and gobd, then I got itito the wall last now is 16th in the point standings night (Saturday) in practice. The will keep his job for next year as the IROC car ran like crap„now this driver of the Richard Petep, STP thing blew up." ' . Pontlac: They agreed on a contracl The engine in Wallace's carbSoke Saturday night. a piston rod. ` .. NASCAA FITNESS: Mark Mar- tiONDON ON BOARD: What ' . tin and Jake Steinfeld of 'Body by . waa only a rumor on Saturday be- ;: Jake' are hoping to cash in by caple fact Sunday when stock car '. bringmg fitness to the NASCAR au- owper -Felix Sabates announced 'dience. that Robby GotUon had been signed,,~ Under an alliance between Mar- to drive the SABCO Pontiac next '. (in and Steinfeld announced Sun- . season. day, the pair will create, produce Gordon, a five-year veteran of and market products ranging from ~ Indy-Car racing, will leave the Der-, fitness apparel to fitness videos. rick Walker team after the season Television.programming on the FiT and replace Kyle Petty who will TV network and products - to be -leave the SABCO team. Petty is ex- 5 marketed under 'Body by Jake/ ' pected to form his own team. .-Power by Martin' - will be avail- :,
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a In dy points title comes down to Lagun ASSOCtA7ED pBESs Michael AndrettPs pcRect day was Jimmy Vasser's nightmare. ROORDUP1N6i- Andretti thrust himself into the IndyKar championship mce ycs[er- day wrth a.dominating victory in happen,^ Unser said. ~~°Iaguna the Vancouver Molson lndy in S~a wdl be one heck of a ba[tle.° British Columbia that moved him within 14 points of series-kading q~riuian F[tipaldi, Andretti's Vassw with only Sunday's race at Newman~ thvd,-d,Haas Racing byacing fellow B teammate, ra- on lag the una Seca 1(rrace schedulRacewaye. remaining zilian Gil de Femn,, Unser, "Thete's no doubt about it," Andretti said when asked if he feels like he is now fn aehampion- ship battle. °1 don't thtk JBnnys ~g^k.^ to sleep veq well this It was the second straight win and series-leading fifth of the sea- son for Andrctd, who vaulted past fellow second-~eration star Al Unser Jr. into second place in the PPG Indy Car World Series. Vasscr, who came in leading Unser, a twp-time series cham- pwo, by 21 points and Andretti by ,29, was seventh and needs only to finish fifth or better in the finale to wrap up his lirst title. Unser, who was fdth, trails by 17 pom~th 22 up for grabs at Laguna "We're still in the hunt for the championship and anything can Rahals teamnute. Btyan Herta and Vasser. . In the Indy lights Champion- ship. race, Canada's Claude Bouo- bonnais passed Tony Kanaan of Brazil two laps from the end and on to his first career viaory. went  NqSCqR: A few cents worth of a7 ended Dale Jarrett's million dollar cluse, maldng hun just a spectator yesterday as Jeff. Gordon added his name to a short list of those who have the humblod `7Le Lady in Hlack.°. . With a commanding lead on the D'~arh~t~ IntHem~atronal _~Ce~way a1S.~pe)'d p the h Ford banldnd . scrapcd the wall betweea tams three and four. That took him out of contention in the Southern 500 and left the mston Select Mil- lion unclaim or' the 11th ~tl~. Jarrett finished 14th. Gordon eme!ged from a magni- fnxnt latc-race battle to beat Hut Stricklin by 532 suunds for the 16th victory of his career and only the second by a Chevrolet in the last eight raas. He collected 599,630 fmm a purse of $1.4 mil- limt. Salinas native Ernie.Irvan fin- ished seventh and earned $31,070. Trana-Ane Ran Felkms took advantage of Tom Kendall and Dorsey $chroeder's hard luck for an 11309,secood victory over Xen- dall on the Reunim Arena stn~ circuit in DaBar. . . .IActnrgyola deatlt: C~e day atter Blame Johroon died of mju- ries suflereddunogqu alifications for the NHRA US. Hatqnals in at~sme~'trart yeswhea - he frJl durmg ao e>hbit;on run. . Elmer Trett suffered se.rse bead 'mjur;es about 1:3o p,m~ wheai - he was htted fmnt his motorryde after completing a 232 mph arhtbi- tion run at Indianapolis Raccway Park. Trett, 53, o~f Demo¢N, Ga.; was pronounced dead at Methodist : 1 ~ypry~ hour Hospital later, in- said Indianapolis hoapital about a spoka- n . MKwtet. aawaarils adn (above) ymerday at the vnncawer bfolron /ndy race ue ari2sh Cofumbra means he woman Trera Jones. : andAl Uruerlr. jiane shor nr beotirtqJfmmy 4acrcr far drivers'rirle' l81' Seca
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I Brld61, VA HERAIC-CWRIER ' JeAn.an Cltp-Ninp.oarl-Brlaal Mondq M.t Nrn , 04B,B71 SEP 2. 1996 P5499 h 111K®®fRPS.SCLIffINGS , sidelines Oil caUses arretf's J , do.'w,n... fall ~ ~~ f ~ al Jat diderthi ~erett evyng ih n his power to win te J.JWinston Million at I Dartington"R'6CEWey:' He' grabbed the pole:on Fndajq:;a'q'tbe fastest F lapaiq'prachcepn,9sturday and ~ was lepding the Mountain Dew . I Southerh;500 oa Suddey Theo~eo thdt; Le had no, control over at' liappened. On `~^ the 461.lilap of the 967-lap race, ~ Jarrett's Ford found some.oil put ~ , down ¢y; enuthe at Sr er4~~ht 3. .~ BeforeheknAVrdhat~tvae. .. I.happenhe Wes up into the ., ~. wall snd hiechances for the S, piiRion-dolle' bonus wenQup in i 'smoke;, . , ... Vyl , ' bl h,eet metal .. F undbe ye lo' an ~ la B He-was eble to get one lap ~ beck.b,utthe damsge tookitetoll. :2 "It7wae`un7ortdugteaaid. "I tlunkwe:hadtheopr~to'beaY;We had a~bod~taee catt`I.eaw a car;, . (Brelti $od~ne) geti in tbe wall up'~ there but you,couldn t see-any oil, - ': and t~ere e not much y'ou cen do. I'don t know if aomebo8-v blew up or I what. !, . ~."Aep,oonas'I:wentintuthe --' w nt etraightTic{to`•fhe well. It's .. dissppointiqgaqd,that'e the thing J i about parliagEoB'i,'thought for a o , while we might bee able to come ~ baekWe got the;car bacpretty 00 ! good; but as the`ti9ek got'slieker, I-' ~ think it bent the right &ont ' o :. control arm out and I think it just took it'e toll'ae the race went on." ~ Jarrett didn't wia' $1 million but he did-pocket $100,000 for taking wins at Daytoaa!and Charlotte . earlier in the season.
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Wlekee'Barfe, PA Cllhene' Voloe 8oranlan Mal Ilru ~ IiA a 0 1 sun ,Y ar 8UN 8 6 ; = bo SEP 1, 1996 of t tt ~ ' . oiit~°io~ine~°a~n"~d .ar^e~ielt`~a1jr~4Nia1~ -wilt:EotlectoO0 for winning-t hOAa . ' ' ` Tw ditference,een finishuig foj _ W1.3millLont,. he'basaccomoHshed to reach'this noint:%and maltes ta_effort to dowgplay rt But to a boy~who grew up in nearby C,am % den, tlse .1i~qr.Dey weekend is a'secial oCcasion r .. r N~5C deepty rooted m the tzadition of the Srouth; And this is its oldesMia a track where triuinph begets permanenE respAct in'the l ra~'t6 ty. Jarreft has failed fo win all 17 times fte has"'chat leng'~d• I.hdyhiBlack~4' 7`S, 3~Eve ~ r1 ~. ver wants to here, he sa d.- It s sucti1 ddflcult race . traeh;;toF`~dr(~e,~'lt s'a driver's track.,To get around }iere for,500'tqw.,~ wlthout msking a mistake•is a hard d' work '~ A& `~ t`' I . r_ . - : kci:~;.: ._,~. v, >, aY 5.,. . , ' ` ' . Jarretf's §fiffe st coinpetition figuries to .comedefending se rles 16m and race champion Jeff Gordon, who ia;victory would join Dale Earn- _ ~ hardt,aS. a'winner of three steaight Darting1on races. e It could be a match race of sorts, but when'Gordon starts his Chevro- iet- on the outside of the front row, he also will be cognizant of the big pla ture ~ "It's getting down to champlonshipXime;' he said, mindful.that Earn- `O i hardt overcame most of a hugepoints decifit to make the title race close t last year:; ;`We didn't come on stroag at the end of last season, and that's1 what we want to do this year.'=;; ' i
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D 12,474 AUG 29P 1996 N59856 [111®®PRESS CLIPPfNGS ThuidaY VIS- , ~ a? '~ .Da~frell Wattri wasep~e~ , ~v Spre he was going for the y}'mston , b, aroiil IyIilhon honus, but he and his team thatyou are rac~ :wantea to enjoy the weekend 'af~ lars," Waltrip satd : ;')Sarhngton~Racei'vayeand~~`treat e Despite the sor Soufherq 5001ilsehany bt}IZ ~rayCe~ k~tgti~ h~i o~'`~ ha '" 5bu l4n~ , 'We did;t un41sunday~i{ormngr o the;r~'E ~, ~ Waltrlp safd, iementli~rlitg }us,try at spoiled k>Ze nuS hh~x racing history, seven years ago. Davep;1911isonal~y}:, r` "When I got to the track; the guys shortened iacec . looked Gke they had seen ghosts. _Allison Gnishe ~fifth,in They were uptight, and I was uptight" race. y I.3Naltrip hjf the•wall;:early'and fin- t- Larry McReyrfolds,ithe ;:bMd 22nd; leaving BDI'Elljott as the for Allison's No:28 Ford 71i : V~;,racer to win fthfee of Vt'm$ton recalled that AlUson~wona rieupoefourmalorracc9o x'_;° 141 anil fahadegas'ahd y~+~rtt . T~I`loyv."baleJar'rett can become'the atteqtion canie " lott_e I`~pnd to brln`g home an extra $1 tnil• race in the s i lttm with a victory Sunday in the We tned to`,• ta~ ocuse ~ Southern 500, knew if we jCept otir, heads ;~5rrett won the Daytona 500 and the jobs, the million dollars wo Coca-Cola 600 at Charlotte. The other with the win," he,said. ".We rna)or Is the Winston 'Select 500'at ly good race ear tfiat da,y" 1t alladega. , tuhatC Mot}ier Natur'e wo Waltrip says it's crucial for Jarrelt not out for us. ' j+'•% ceye in to the pressure and hype, Robert Yates; who owned ~~hats dif5cult when the media is carandnowowpsJartet~' Hilton Head hland, SC Ialand Packet foD nAhad high blood'pr~ e"morh3ng of the racelfel$ h ' heart was hurtmg," he said '1 w"ent to the care center and my pressure was ` R%out double what it normahy was °;~ ,. Tl~l~ldyp~essu~e on Elhq Wck kaildAt5henhe tu~ngd the ,1 , 1985 th srlate.. year th'e.'$1 milLoil?'1>anus' wa min- offered. He had come in wUh mtLevic tories and was dominant everyyvhere. I ~ 29$lap ' ;Whent hee crossed'the`'line at Darlington, he instantly became Ctuef '''Millioh Donar`Bill "ah honor that has erbird; reaped sponsorshlp§ and a strong'fan a4ytopa,r followingdespjtewinoitigjustonEe~ ` fotfie 1994!'9uthern°500~ ul the pa9~'? ethitd ' four seasona, 1 Jarrett says he has already had an '. end we incredible season, so winning the $1 did our million would be, as intended, a bonus, d come "We just want to be within striking ' a real- distance so they're not going to leave , sun~to5~' here, theyrg'not going,to leave'their - i t wozr`k : seats ip &ont of the IV.for 5Q0 ~nnes ;~ seeing if,this is going to happeri," he . hson's said. "lf we can do that, win it or'not ! he did ~ we're going to be a succesS ".
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Jacluon, MI VreA end-s Jarrett's Citaen Patfiot i Jaoaaan DARLINGTON,S.C-(AP)-,DaleJarrett GOr,OTl Stea.IS S~1 Mrt/lrae andJeffGordqnhadthesameplan.laactt5uo (,j i " and lost: Gordon failed and won. ,, . Man da7 0 87,921 . ceeded SEP 2, 1996 Welcome to Darlrngton Internaqonal Race- way;i6here'each knows that running up front in~ Southern 500 ' 'ts the b:est way to avoid dtsaster• .j I was just cruising around larrett satd. "I, Wi}l•, '~,a+ ViCtO N3166 was nght ivhere I wanted to be "- 1,11 (. Bmh h d f f t h d d ~ es ppe ona ewcen swort o o en - 'nghispursurtofa~$l~mtlltonbonus,andbe; ofhtsSouthem500titlemadehimonl g v~V'l9rxesscetrrrxcs t: _ came jiist a spectatoi Sunday'as 7eff Gordon ond dnver to w'in three consecunve times added his name to a short lut of those who have lmgton'"" , +humbled',"Che Iady, in Black " 7 If ever there was a time to be rummn 4~Ith a commanding lead on the 4 th of 367. or seventh, that was the time,' said Gordo `laps'oh ~e tte8clieiriustrack Jarrettsord sud= " . had drovoed back from the leaders after :aenty;suppea up~rne mgn banemg,anq scraped~ - pI t stop. e 'Al9mthdeaders lutthe_wap " the wall be[ween turns Ihree and foui .. It was aii:oeu-.- ,. ~ That4aok him ouf of contentioit in ttie South`-"Iwas thinking to myself nght there a , , ern 500 arid left the Wiuston Select IyfiTlion'un-~ is a sign of anything, it could be our day claimed for thellth co'nse~ufiveqear ~' ~ don said , . . "TZnfoifitnaCely; I'ieing out there made me [he It was. But it didn't domuch for his audt __,~ t;gpa suputk+ec seLknewwehadthec.nrtowmerallydisappotntntgtoacrowdpf60000 ~ ~ . -, I the race °':L catpe tn this old country track sec a ktd ' p 1111 But he dida t, an Gordoryc, uceeszfu l detense - down the ruad, in Camden - one:olf the l_. .. on . -win the oldest race and make a tot of money. , But Jarrett finished 14th, two laps down, ~-while trying to become just the second driver >~to,collect the Winston Select Million, a bonus ,oayoff firom.the series sponsor for victories [m three of four malor NASCAR raceg in the.: samcyear j Instead Gordon the reigning Winston Cup -champton mastered this mishapen moustrosity were determined by'an adjacent sec ,• wSose angles . ar 11O~ ridvhiry of H seeg-leamg seent vcto the sea-- h h soa made him the sixth driver to repeat in the fio -~ traditional Labor Dav weekend race. .: ~ r-' ~ (iordon.emetned from a mazndicent tate-mce . ~x battte o beat~ut JtnCKnn by o,Llsds tor,, th nctbry of htscareer arid ony e seo- hist•=.Jgd by a CAey iplet tn the la;t nght caces. e col y, ' - o „']ected $49,ap$iseof$1•4mi9 n, 63Qfrom 1id,. He moved_iytthtn 34 points of Hendrlck Mo-'. c..w`t0isports.tcammate Terry Labonte inthe sc-. . ,en-_. riesstandinps:. ~ - . . ~ Janctt By1 hointsbaek-Abattered Dale tam om '_ tiardt seeking an unprecedentedeighth title, ', Jeff Gordon exults after his via pgmtsafter23of31iacesR iwn tssilrbyl 6J tor Sunda intheSot t ' e~500 ~ ~ r L k : y y i l i :
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Uneoln, NE JOURHALSTAR t noaln Mat Araa Mondar SEP 2, 1996 fvynt 'A. u -~~~~L~m ~Chor~dgrl h,id the~3e`ah~d GordoRt811edap~won.j; iG f; ` I Wetcome~t~Fl~atUegtonl Irtte way,.,~ }l~r£t ` ' ~ where each knows that 1 unning ug frQht is th be$t aeay„ ft vq ut it tH o Q ~u tg avoid dtsaeter ~~ ~ S a, 1hg. S§t o~ ~ ~4~ fp' el;generally ;~ 1 8is' ~~t ctuiaing'erdund ~J,a~ett'3atd~~~I'was ~dsap ' ~ ~ t 1 ns e'tothlsoW rlg~it ereiwan~~ tabe^ eA, m~gg . , t.. > Y`~lar, 7{l l1"dD;i~ TiI~ t`}~r Bu he ah i~a e a lot '" ~I' 1 n~~,rft~. ,-;•- P. 3~iltt_ o us and;>zecainA 9~t,a';ofmoae ator SundaY,as Jeff Gordon added his,qameltd aBut rre t fln~iC Pltti~t~d9 sWh71~'t~y1~'g ; Ji§t of those w7io-liave th`e hiimbled ',Ttie Gady id : tobeco _ eJii~st tTie secon~ ve ab col ect tlie Winsfoh, j ~;.. z~etect~,uon,,a oonus payott trom cne seft@s spotuv~.za h a;qoflimapding-head on the ~48th of~967:laps on for-vletailea itl thiee of fouritri8lat iNi1SGAti races Tn,' eOUp't~ack, Jar[ett'§ Ford sqdlignly sUpped the sam~ ear n~ ~~ ~~, <$_ ` .' ' ' ' ~g and scraped the wall ~etyte~h tqrns , Gordon emerged f ti arom cFedt lacFedtl a ~ee battl , _ and fouf at,took htm out'of conieptlon in the 0 beat "pt 5tricklin by 623 'seoaids fo'r the 16th vlctorg t , Southern SQ6 and,,lef~'ahe,V3 petptl Select l4fillwn un , of his at}eer and only the second by aChevrpl.et In`the claimed for the 11tf t straight year. , . last eight races. He collected =99,830 from a phrse of =1.4 "Unfortunately, being out there made me the`first million.4 guy to go through the ofl Jarrett said "I whs`upsPt be- ' Zar.re ' is 91 pbinta back: A battered Dale Earnhardt, cause I knew we had the'car to; _.win the raqe.", :- • seeking unprecedented eighth title, trails by 161 But he didn't, and Gordon's successful:dqfense of Ids points a, r 23 of 31 races '` Southern 500 title, inade him only, Ihe secoAQ ,dMj~ -r to averaged 135 757 mph m the race. ~~ e ~.
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Palm Springs, CA ~ Santo Rosa, CA DESfRI SUN PRESS DEMOCRAT AVnntbe-tan 9vnvdlno-eel. Sent. Raoa-Petelcme Met Af ee Met Arte JaRett silps; liordo Iwiriss Soatheni Si DATiLIIVGTON, S C ~ "A t ~ centa -worFh of'.o~ ended 'Dele , Jatrett'smillion ing dollarchase~inaK~ him just a spectator Supday Ns Jeff:Gordon added his tiarne; to ~~:' ' ahui{ list of those whd bave twm6led %'4e La.dy ln'Blg~ W~W a commtro.ing th of S87eTa~s at;" ous' + Darlmgton, sInte Rac w>tiy Jarrgtt's, ,ku~ deol sh u thtuhi i ing and scrap~ ti , tq~n turos three at'rou too~hlm out of c~ntentlot ~~ mithern 500 and left the'a andsent R ~.- retatning wall; cr tlie 1'lght rettiTuinpwa1i_' , fi At Dariington, 5 ~, tries tpday to Wlnthq So e spcond,drl,vej to~ ~ilitoa `the tibnu§~'ba~ inaugnrt~l year'dta~$5~ of fouimaJo,i,N ~ ~. . }t1le } ,Bnd,JfnlmyVasser, _ y ?round of quelifying f p11®®PRRSSCLIPPINGS j 1i1~7/®©PRBSSCLIPPINGS I Ao tn Yg:,r~^~" .., osse. Ew- m 6 ~ a ~ ,~4 ~ ~ i~tW e` ' Ia~ie and earold Dale iarrett ~00 a pd become onl q Select i!SK In lts'~ ,~ ~Ar of three effuiidfnt efii uver.Itfolson Ind ~~erl y.,. ... er tne 5 ~ ggi dort oS~.~ny eat: secire& tw.~l-ce v8k16, ~~ tq R e.R ~ 6 Th t'$ o r, ~ f~ d~d;rob -~ the States 1~ S( v. ~° ~,a V g~lasee3a Hanped~A o i1l~euel Cki~Sf~a~~f@stce three ~oi atter- -,1~raTtnds=atlhtblin Irelad'd;toren~tlnundefeAted anAZetelnlds WBO teatherwelghttltle.~amed, 22, droppedthe tormer IBFand WBCwoil champion In the second round and tWice in the nfnth fn tlie scheduled 12-rounder . }c; d h' Smoke Glacken passeeavilydavored Keliy ` Kip o the far tur`n, took coinmand at the t~lghthspoig, altd scoce?1 a rilne 1e,ngWvictory ~over Ordavay fdt6e f200,000 HopefuC,Stake§ for" '2•year-olds at Sar,atoga. . , . ; : Preas Democratriesva serviGee Monday 0 32,512 sundalf BUN 66,767 SEP 2, 1996 SEP 1, 1996 P1372 P!490
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Coiumbia Cily, IN Past & Meii Fl. Wayha Md Areo Baturday 04,018 RUG 31. 1996 N2476 1111®©PRESSCLIPP/NGS .Jarrett made g9.od decis_ian i By MIKE HARRIS "I think a iot;of p~ople ques- NASCAR's oldest superspeed- AP Motorsports Writer tioned what I was do'° Jarrett ' way. A year ago, Dale Jarrett was said. "They, 'wonde ed why I( The only ' driver . who has trying' hard to put 'tokether his would even: be thin ing about accomplished that 'thus, far is own Winston ~Cup team ` after leaving a very stable ituation in i Dale Eamhardt,-who •won the what had been a very disappoint-' '94 and and goiag to obert. 1989 Southern 500 . and swept ing first season witFi' Robert ;"I dtdn't;~kqow " tiat was both races in 1990.:• LVt j Yates Ractn"g. >-' going to ~o~itte~out o^, but I felt 1: A win would also :'make In' fact; he was appeared to like it was tHe'nght ing to do. Gordon the seventh drtv,er;in 40 just; be looking for any way but I've alway~C,been so ff a gam- ;; years to sweep both rades in, ~a of what seemed to be a bad srtu= bler anyr~ay~; r ?~ season:" : He- would ~~joip ation;`with"theYatesteam'await= '1 Jarrett~and~,Yates : talked: Earnhaidt, Richard , P,e4a, ing the return"of mjured Emie about~,hava' t ear team { LeeRoy.s'Yarborough, Sobby.. Irvati and seertiingly as nnhappy 1lefore "but didn t g' ethe idea a,Alaison; ;Davrd Pearson and $illi with'Jarrettaa lio was with the "m.% much consideration Qti( repre-,4 Elliott.' t r Then'soiriething happened to sentgtyvesfrom Ford ncouraged, change"everything. ~. ±`~_. , `,, ~ `I:ate' iri the year,~Irvan began' r+"I think that was e key to"it NOT `THROUGH ='YET: his racing comeback"with the happening,~>>he sai :"I think Despitecontinpingpatnfrom'hi's help of `most ' of- his old `orew.` ' wttat yon're seetng., wSs a cul.,,.: in jories - and haviit'g>fallept ~19§ " Jarrett was shunted to a second mination of what,tde started on - points behmd • in •the " champis' team car and began to mold his last ;year, ! the fitsC fivg, or six onship battle, Earnhardt is'stiN ' own crew, and it began to `take months of 1995 in trying to over-, r feeling `conipetitive • w1th nifl'e hold. come some things that had taken ' races reinatnmg Still, there was genuine sur- place with the rui"es and some •„ ••' It' "woti•ld be easy to,make` prise among racing people when things they had go(fen behind on • excuses and "give - up ori " the Jarrett decided to stay as the at RobettYates Ra~ing. . championship, but that's not, team s second driver in 1996. I couldn t be tti a better situ- Now- there is only genuine ation." us, said Earnhardt, who is admiration for the season he has going for a. record eighth had in the No. 88 Ford, with four HISTORY IN;MAKING: Winston Cup tide. "We had a o'~"i'u>"Cd1fi put in front of us, and big wins, nearly $2 million in Jeff Gordon already leads the earnings and a great rapport with Winston Cup series in victories we re climbing over . it. Once - Irvan and the entire Yates team. this season with siX, and now he these broken bones start to heal a. Of course, people didn't real- has the oppottunity. to make his- little more, I'm: confident you 11 ly understand why Jarrett left the• tory if he rcan win Sunday's see us in victory lane before the stable environment of the Joe Southern 500 at Darlington season ends. Gibbs Racing team after the If the 25-year'-old Gordon Earnhardt fractured• his left 1994 season to move to Yates, does win Sunday, he would collarbone and sternum in a where he was guaranteed only become only the second Winston crash on July 28 at Talladega, the one season as a fill-in for Cup driver to winrthree straight Ala. Irvan. race at Darlington Raceway,
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i nas guotl Woacy,ac sud. It's more than you win at most races. We7l take it and see if we can go afteritagain next year." Sterling Marlin wes never a, ! -0hreat to winSundaylbut'the ~Morgen•McClurereMotorsporta !'driver.hung around the top 10 all day before finislvag.eighth, - "We hade goodd car," he eaid. '' .~' "We fell back alittla bit,(early in .. the raoe) didsome'adjustingon it aandmadeour waybacknp-. . ' through the field, It`etarted ~ running pretty good. We had a', little bit of inconsistency with the ';.'tiree. .' . ~ .! "We'dget upw'ith the leaders, ithenwe'dSepback,.By,thetimey ~~oC t~lt o'~t~~ ~ting' C at leastSThesepa sL few weeke . have beea bad for us." ; Befbtei5nyday~:~erlinhadn't _ ~ Lsd a top~30 fiaiah eince teking sixth aE'Pornno in'July: In three of -~ tliefive racea efter Poeoho he was `involved inthree accidentsr~._ ' i ` .n'an'unu'sual:move Sunday' ~, at Darlington Speedway, . ~ I NA$CAR announced its 1997 Winston Cup Series schedule, 'three months earlier than usual. ~ I' They.released the schedule early . ~,because there ire some notable ' 'changes, including the addition of -. ,another evePt, making for a' , ; ;32•race schedule. Texas will host •ite inagural eventon April 6,in the paet;the weekreseerved for- :BrietoPe ep ring Tace.'Bristol'e first ~ iace Will now be held`on April 13, ', ,previouelgthe:week.ofNorth . i~Wilkeeboro'e first race. That track, ':ae everybody has known for months now, will no longer host WCeventa: '• The next big change comes on . June 22 when California • ~ Speedway.will open its facility to Winston Cup teams. That week on . this yem's schedule belonged to Michigan, which will hold it's first racoaweekeerHer,in'97..~NASCAHgave the circuit the ; week otT prior to lady this year, . khe week previousw.reeerved for . '.'1'alladegaasecond event. Pocono's ~. second raceia;sla?ed-tor~July 20 with the following'week~an ' otf-week; then cones the Brickyard ''400omAug: 2. Bristol'efall race ~ holds dowti ife traditional spot of . Aug: 23.-' '- Dover's second race has been moved up a week and.wiB,ba.held:nd n5ept.: 21 while.Nelv`.Hampshire slides its second race in on Sept. ~+ 14. Martinsville'epecqnd event will N ;,be held a week'later; on Sept. 28, ~ ; the date previously reserved for a " North Wilkesboro. - ~. Talladega's second race will be m ! held,on Oct; 12 the'week a@er the ~° ~. second Charlotte event. The circuit 1(as a week:otY,then goes to Rockingham, Phoenix (Nov, 2) andi . Eltlanta ~Nov. 16). a' )))/
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Fbrenoe, 8C Nevn i ersnm MdAru Wetlnetott D81,088 AUG 21, 1996 N4999 OW® reesscr.rrnxcs liri ~Leilaet~an tlieCh'tiel~~t'`~tFJDU 'ch(aaii~'ta'r: IOArr~tp:.tested a:tOtat ot tout`.cara onw Nead'ay,'his twb Winston Gu A~h.'Grand Na nnat.c.s.~md ~he Tekaco..; ~B ~ y ~ `, ' ` ,. lt ~ ¢aone Ford phjidmatp a~Ra,bOrt;., ~les tisdng, )~ ]rvau, w6o~was4fot eenf, ^1;', d r a a apee /4I1'vans ta , y1 BE.185& . th [ ,.1bdd Bodiae was thiqd wI a lap o 167.152 ' Ing etDadington Ray lie's . y eftemoon~ .I i rr ier than Andretti's.1995 qualityiog mark , y/insfon Cup drlver ~ " ° ~" ~" ° ~ kY~ ~Iks wtth legendery ddvei David Pearson whlle test- witlialapot169S73mpti,whtch-wasalepbeG ...~r-~ ... •..' ^~.-" *mphlfoyrth quiekept"upgng d9ti fqn'«Co K dtiv~i§?Btdy Craven aas aec~d p~9 Ja~ r. arre a so pos e e s es epee or ceg a. ar reld . PreseatedbyAutoZone, ca9 (803) 395-8199. o t t t t r , slightly,butwasabletocontinue , f,-. Laughlin (159:195,'. h)":E1ti0tNpadler;.DewSouth0rn~500ortheDura-Ldbe200. h 1- -J t t td(157 868 h` R d l t° -'fi'$ f (164.578 mph), Jqv 9auteS (164A68 mph), Lq+ hand with a lap at 18 783 mph: Buckshot mph) -: .--~ ~. -~ Allen Jr. (163.920 m~ and Randy McDonald Jones was second af 9 66P tnpt~_, followed -.-~,'lcstingwrll continue today et the traek. . ~ (161.233 mph)..Mcbonald scraped the wall ~ by Rodney Combs ~ 59.456 3npb) Mike ' For tic-ket Information on the Mountain 'Also testin on 'heeday: Bi11Elfiott among the Buech G" Nationel drtvers on .:° (157,615 mph) and Darrell Larilgan'(157.815
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Roeldord, IL Repieter Star peeMord Wet Arne D 76,216 6nturday AUG 31, 1998 N2410 ®®PRBSS CL7PP1NG8 I.::;Ot1 n The ~sodated Pi"$ 1 DARLINGTON, S.C. - Dale Jarrett proved'the ~ value of extenqve testing by putting himself on the. ~ pole`PYiday forhie million-dollar treasure hunt in the ~ 8otithern600 .. . ~ ~ ~ fniiegot~atingaroableeome Daryington 1nEerna=i ponal Raceway; Jarrett broke the t~ng reiwrd forN.~SCAR'e oldestrace'with arunof1.70 934 mph i -~ All; the practice he had over•the last month at the 2 i.36frmile track paid off in juet the eeoofid pole of his -, Winston Cup career. Jarrett'a Ford Thunderbird was timed in 28.769. z4 ~ seconds, edging the Chevmlet Monte Carlo of defend-' ~- ing series and race champion Jeff Gordori by .017 seb ~-onde. Gordon, tryingtowinforthe third straighttime at Darlington, where two racea are tun annually,. <Y `went 170.833. In addition to the wnmer's ehaze of a $1.3 million ;+; .purse, Jarrett will be.tryingto collect a bonus offered byseries sponsorRJ. Reynoldsto any driverwinning ;,° three of four NASCAR majors in the same year. He n; won the Daytona 600 and the Coca-Cola 600, but failed inthe Winston Select 500. Only Bill Elliott has collected the Zmton Select iw Million, accomplishing thatbywinningthe Southern : 600 in 1985, the firetyearthe bonus was offered.lWo , others-Darrell Waltrip and the late DaveyAllison' -failedin attempta to win the bonus when theyl . at Darlington.
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Chempaipn•Urbana, IL Nwn•Ge:eMe Chtmptn Mtl bu Sunday SUN 52,143 SEP 1, 1996 , K ! rl:~,~ 1 cr~wn ,~'4} f ~ t' i r. ~(r vfS . DARLINGTON SC,,(Ap)~ Although heu a. I victory shy of a$1 million bonus, DAIe Jarrett will - . be.focusingbn something even bigger in the Southern 500. . ' He,lostsite of it of the last time he, challenged the;htgh bankq:of pa,rOngtqn,International Race-:way Gtven qchmce tn~MarcJt betweeq;gambling,. , on a vtctory~gi~,inaking a late fuel atop that woul,~ .'cement a bettlt ffnlshmg:jo.~l(Iqn,in~ytbe TC¢Jru.~<. 'S uth900J tt d( o aae ~~~~tha Ce ~Ji'* ° NASCtYR'RbuivDUp'~ `xa: ''.,'Ha lost, and a 15[h pl.finish cost him abdut 25 'points in the WinstonCact; up championship battle. ! .,,'Xe werp;bold ~tthattimo e'said. "T,he ~~ "asked chs oy,tf;£ iay"S~hef do-yoe vlen.t tao6L'i .said,'We cnme he,re to'w1n." . '! Thqt mych haq not cha~iged ea the,39-ycar-old ./arrett tries todad`to ~ beqomg,only tlie`sed'ond driv o 'er to cwllect theRfinstot~ SeleCt Mdlion: The boru`s; ;. .banked by BBl~S7dURsDrit. inaugural y/ear bf 19goes to the winfier of 3 oP.,4 m~ior-NASCAR races in the sameyear:--:. ' . ' Jarrett has done everything possible to put him- self in position to win. Precise testing on the cir- cuit'ss most difficult track led to a race-record qualifying speed of 170.934 mph that put his Ford on the pole. Terry Labonte takes -th But the race is secondary to the series champi- Dura-Lube 200. Ma!kMa - - ^` ,7 ~°c onship, the most coveted prize in stock carracing: . ++3-i ~. Jarrett is fourth in pursuit of it, with nine events remaining. . ' winning the Daytona 500 " That was well and good because we wereonly diff bet~Pf~is erenceweet five or six races into the season," Jarrett said of race arid winntng is'$1-.3 'the TranSouth strategy. "Now, we're 22 races into Jarrett realizes what the season. We're only 127 points back. We've got reach this point, and.malo " to look at that championship. . it. But to a boy who gre So, embattled tobacco giant R.J. Reynolds will the Labor Day weekend i get to hold its grandiose celebration in the ^Everydriver wants to winner's circle only if Jarrett can get there with- such a difficult race trac , out putting his title quest in jeopardy. track:.Toget around her ._, . . "If it means coming in and having to finish making a'mistake is a day's work" . Labonte, the Winston Cup points leader, had won seventh or eighth instead of finishing 15th, we're Jarrett's stiffest comp, ition figures to come only once at Darlington, in the 1980 Southern 500, going to come In and get gas," Jarrett said. "We from defending seeles d race champion Jeff the first of his 17 Winston Cup victories, His losing . can't take that chance again." Gordon, who in victory wo ~ Id join Dale Earnhardt streak covering both divisions at Darlington had Even if he loses, Jarrett yQ'ti [~ollect $100,000 for as a winner bf three strai t Darlington races. reached 37 races. . /^+ I . .-. ~ ~ bendelea m® tcheckered flag in.the Saturday at DarliQgton,(S C.) International Raceway ' , back, finished secohd in the Busch Grand Natlonal'r,ace. -- . . ~~~~i ~ . . . . d.:Coca-Cola 600. The  L.bonte wlna Busch ram Terry Labonte ended . g fourth`in"the'pohits a Y6-year:drought-at; Darlington International lton ?T Raceway.hy holding off pole-sitterMark Martin has accnmplished to over the final 33 laps to win the Dura-Lube 200 no-effort to downplay Saturday: up in nearby Camden, The victory in the NASCAR Busch Grand Na- a special occasion. tional tuneup to the Southern 500 ended Martin's vin here;'' he said. "It's dominance at the track lie had won the rnce three nto drive. It's a driver's times in a row, and five months ago had taken the ; for 500 miles without spring race at the tricky egg-shaped oval . . . ~. ^ . . ~.~r... ~
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Fre:no, CA BEE Fraana Mat Araa Monday D 154,997 SEP 2, 1996 e f-uPset because I knew we9iad Y Gordon's' Buooeesful defense of title`m&de ldm only the aecond dri consecutrvelinies at Darljngto8; ` seventhetha a time to b"'6~ath or.' me t th@ t i on yvho had ~s d t ~ , , , , ~ aiu ~ ~ Polllti '(~oido~n'mo ve~ thin'c1{ 4 points ofa~ Hendnck Motdreporte te~ma al~~Ierry Labonte" -' in the §erIee standm~: Overhebting' problems iele- . gated Lebonte to 26th Jarrett is 81.pomts back. A betbered Dale Earn- hardt, seeking an unpr.cedented eighth title, treils by 161~ after p finish that 9ncluded a brush vntb wall~ ; ~ ; , 600d t[glfh:' Beoond-plaee Hn~ Btr~otlin led for ' y ' 143 ls btff qo<yoa apu couldn't hold repated orse . psssing attempts. Gordon final~V )~t benqath :.+^. ~.. ~ . ~ . . . . ~ who come in $umdqy leadmg Al Unser nW~inte andAndi~t by ~; wa~ seventh ' ._ epde only to fmish fi#~h~r b~er at Lagiina r; to wra' up 1ue Brstaitle. U' , wh wAs tErails ~ 17 witl~L2,;up fore at~Sonterey.y BA:: ?o5n`F"SEhed f tti8 Big Bud ~. Cai~ d ~, Ud the~est ~ Gla 8@ldin1ilR'&vwltb a gti9ii$ ing run of o .966 at 868;86 mph, beat Pet~regon with a quan N rtmile run of.6 069 at 306 74. The qualityiu~ dme set by Blaine Johnson be- : 0 _ re he wes killed in ari aocident Saturdqy stood up; ~.• " No 1 m 1bp I~l. NHRA let his mark etand m co e pait~q~,p~>;iving 18th-faatesk Tony 8ohumsah- ~ a clear~ ti~to the qtiArterfmale. Cartplled rrom Bee newe servicea, s i .
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1AI~ftETT~I ~ ~ it ~~ .w...u„mJmmPq4e~;1 .,. ~ .duax.WeGtteburn.° n .i t'n. e ' otb rs airived moments later Wi ;.TeC Gordon, who made his 6ra;eztingaishers Thecrowd iu atLe?Jarrett, tried his best for the mauLgrandatand erupted ma" No. 6 of 1996 bu4 wag'.17 , huge cheer of ielid . , . : .:.z ~ . - aluwer:0ostinB a.speed'o(:17 'loiocked Lmi oat, ~]tudd iiii-e ato wastheonlyunewNtafiresmton 'y1! ' BaRa Rhs('8•tLebeatf A -_ wholviewwbatwasgoiug"oa P he'd`evn'pvtmacaryoulmowit5 _ knew if he wa:m't mockedour,•he" BOiug to be'a'gnided missile ou would be all right• - .. .. there; Gor~ou sefd , liust'got allttle looae.^ said' ^BOdine'was thiid fas[esC[a 3 ___ Bu¢mn, wpo}vas m~umd.'Iyr_a~ i~o~'d ~;47f mph,, " .trpiog to tame~the t6e~~ 5teiline Marl3a3na 70.118 mP~ "the toP 10 ~~ Maz'k ~ad titile, Tert9 Lbopte, . $ and But Svuklia other end Of the lmeup, y was 38th fastes[, and on e[or today's secmd tomld x,ta a,hieh heeo at13:30 waa fo11uo7ea o9 a3' `..leg(A~3 ~#9 cA a abby'F .. a ~_ ~- Ward Bu~,on 'Joe r (who also~Lrt the We11 ahlyiog and fe1ed tiu.Pm- _ ), aaa Robeit P4 I Mtey, pble to make a 9uil,Ur- ~ ~ . ; yw~... .. ~ GreenGbmo, NC NEWS 6 RHARR GnmHme - Wlnabn-6118m 4.t Arq Gaturday D 118.958 AUG 31. 1996 /~ P3602 Yai~Sli:~/Y aSS CLlIt I NCS
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Houston, TX CHRONICLE Houalon-Brarw a Md Aru Monday D 413,717 SEP 16, 1996 P5260 1311C1©PBESSCLIPPINGS ' s win s ;i: Gordon ., ;: Houston Chronicle News Services DOVER, Del. - Jeff Gordon said his latest landmark victory wasn't ' as easy as it looked. For a while, he had little reason to think he would win at all. `~ "I'm surprised that I'm here, real- ~• ly," he said Sunday after winning the MBNA 500. °I did not expect to win this one to- day. "At one point, I = was a little wor- ried ried about being lapped. For most of the race, I was thinking maybe - we'll get a top-l0 out of this." He got much more. The defending Gordon LU6nstoaCup champion moved into `the lead in the series standings and put his name in the record book with his victory in the crash-filled race. Gordon moved 76 points ahead of Hendrick Motorsports teammate Terry Iabonte, occupying the top spot in the chase for a Si•5 million payoff for only the second time this year. But Gordon said his lead is of little consequence at this point. "There's still far too many races left to say we're well on our way to ' the championship," • he explained. "But after the poor start we got this ` year, it's nice to even be in the championship race) "The only time it , S macie Americus, Ga, had a quarter-mile run of 7.373 seconds at 178.89 mph on a Suzuld GSXR• Schultz, a five- time season champion, was disqual- rs thousttt ified for leaving the starting line ut to me t(ie early is after the last race most comfortable i top." . By successfully de in the race, Gordo Pearson and Rusty' only drivers to races at Dover Do Speedway. Hearn wins in Richie HT~.~ bid ! Indy Racutg Leagu in, the crash-filled Vegas 500K• The race that ch Las Ve as Motor ce is at the Driver dies - R.C. "Rod" ding his title 'joined David 'allace as the three straight International 8V egas - oodbye to the with a victory inaugural Las slowed by nine cabtion flags that included eight crasj'ies on the wind- blown iS4-mile ovil, sending four drivers to the hosbital for X-rays and further examinaNon for rela- tively minor injurie`s.' Meanwhile, tlie 25-year-old Heam, who started eighth in the 28-car fineup, stayed at or near the front throughout the 200-lap race, leading the last 32 laps on the way to his first Indy-car vlctory. Woman wins nlotorcycle ti• tle - Angelle Seeling became the first woman in NHRA history to win a Pro Stock Motorcycle title, beating Dave Schultz with•a record time in the Pioneer Electronics Keystone Nationals. Seeling, a registered nurse from 1L.. Mathis, 48, of Las Vegas; died Satur- * day night of multiple iNuries sus- tamed earlier that day m a crash during a Shelby Pro Series race at Las Vegas Motor Speedway. Mathis was fatally hljured when his car hit the wall in the fourth turn on the 1Va-mile oval. Doohan wins 500cc title - AustraBan Michael Doohan rode to his third successive 500cc world championship after finishing second on his Honda behind Spaniard Car- los Checa in the Catalonia grand Prix Doohan's teammate, Spaniard Alex Criville, came in third place after swapping positions with the Australian three times on the last lap. Makinen closes on title - Tommi Makinen of FSnland made light of atrocious conditions to in- crease his lead in the Australian Rally and move a step closer to his first world title. Displaying remarkable driving skills over treacherous, water- logged terrain, the 32-year-old Mit- subishi Lancer driver takes a one- minute, 22-second lead over Swedish rival Kenneth Eriksson in- to the fourth and final day.
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Columbus, NE TElE88AM ;" , •, q}ws Southern 500 . o . ~-SF DARLINGTOi~ SC: (AP) ~s year h ist ry , ~ ,,. No, cameras. , No requeets No- ktqti;Cup'i`A`ca`: , R screaming `lnobs" ~yith everyone inakeM hiai&~ 1 tal~ing •about=.Dale Jarrett, no rcl}ecked ini12t~1P~' ? ot~A' bothered ~eff" rdon: 'e ~° ~ I feellike° we'Xe,re~h die , s ~ At least not until he won the`i: right now,"• said Gordo Yf ~ ho won , Southern i00 on Sunday his``lus seventh,race of th season. , third straight victory at Darling ;"~Ve ~-e learned a lot this~ ear and - ton Raceway - and stole back ;,gone tlrough a lot.;It ha ''t'been the spotlight. ', a picture-perfect year. T year : I "It's never easy to win here," •;we've gone through some own ? Gordon" said, `but it was a little times and learned to fight, ack i mbre relaxing: I wasdt gmqg for , hard from those" I a.inillion I wasn't leading the,: ` The'25-yeuroldjGordon's vi , points, ,.' ry proV4d largely disap ipointing; Jarrettt who was'going for the' to a crowd of 80,Q00: Ma~y can : , Wiiiston'.Select. Million bonus, to this old countr;g trtick to see ~'' n cras ie3 62 miles into the 500- _ kid from dottn th@ road itp Cam-A , mile raee•; ana clunked iu 14th, den win the worlds oldest major . ~ 'awo lu*lHbwn; stock'car race and,make a,tot of : o - Points leader' Thrry Labonte'. money. ,' overheated ;and. finished 26th, ' But 3arrett hit an oil patch -, w drawing Gordon,'the defending e ju'stdidn't need to'hit, that oil'' ~ series champ, within 24 points of . slick' said Jarrett's car owner firsE: ; Robert Yates - spinning away, ;: EYen Dale Earnha'rdt, the only, :his chanCe'.to join Million pollar qther driver :in Darlington'a 46• , Bill Elliott as bonus winners. ' j
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Saturdaq Washington, IN limes•Herald D 70,029 AUG 31. 1996 Eurtt,aRx ard w.~froe»w.cl~.n.e,ur:,; r BiViloll hiit ttis: two.oid rlyals rtie0i up'; ~ betore the race'qn(t,ti9d no kroiderda. ., - „ OTH~,p,yiMd~,ERB.HERE:`Eamhardt. Eltioif.'lyterk~~dertln.DarreYWalbip~aind N2628 y~~a ~~a. The ~ y ICEY TO THE RACE: Wlw can aun ive : ,r-•per9onto,wlnthettda;toupheatot.ttackal{fSaGtdeeasier -,.. ~~ ~ ~ . bo~ua so far hesbeen • tPen R uaed to.be iaw thst thera ere tNro PRBSS CLIPPINGS 1 ~,~'~ 0{OOYas, but a:5 91a1 a tOUgFI rfdB :.. r• LASTY 3~,Elf10}f Ena'SWINN ~ .'Jetf(3ordon THftEETO WATCt1:JohnArWrewwon a ~` snudcupo~sDaleEamhatd(attheendof '~sufpdafng.pobhere/setyear Ricky :~ .. race to win by aCot.~seven car lengths . Craven.tt8d 1tre top speed Kt practice last ~. a~ 8Ki pEAL, DalejJerr6tt ran f and set the stapa for Na first Winston Cup . week, antl kYard Burton finished tounhr; °; :4~ al ~~"~.f~e~aptu rbs~ poi ns cnarr~p onship ,~an,nardtlad 208 ot here last year.: . ~. .v . '52270 1870 hhm m. 3871lkps wx;coWdn„Yholq en Oouaa, n.ar ;.. crown tn0 o!t;f Hs m~rMprd.eo;a+~OuN ~!aY: rk me •• wau.oe tws;o.cafd• Juafi ws.k savn.r~w . ~ ..« _. . 1 ~ . .Sx~ .:•-141d S ~1 li`Y'.1a- ~ ~-: ..a . - 1 ... .. - 1
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6k{.u., r yi,~ - Naeosr star Jeff Ooi 1n Hi ,ScApps Howard Newe $a .u~::@. 4 , i a:ip.:.fi ~'17ie 67tii 8outheia'3 twitched to Hut6; A `~~ ~ d ^ F Million bo tut wae `e car melee in.tura t4iieg_4 overheaHn wfhls firet Wineton g"eNgibe; - ~ When Gordou iigatlj ~tncklm iForif~ Sb;9milhon Yecb,at Dpt_~ ey Ina~poeitlo ~taehelle ga !Thie ie unbelieveblp, gondfq me,n:0urdon have to fight;off somtiep 6niezed^''fhe'ear.bae~. thea'goCtlghter and figh !' cameon at tpe,ea d." y , It,wae ('iordOn'6 eev 16th,ofhipahert career'~ mQh'and earned $99 g99y ' uGve'tnumph"at the,~, Hendnol5 Motoreporte ~ by oqly 84 poiateaa the ' -Jerrett'tned ~to.; driYet tp receivethe bonue pay'off, forr wine' NASCARracee in the ean r14th.4The payoff f wae~L cdnseeutiveyaar: . 6tnckliA held'op forwth6 Mark' Idertm, a lielf Iap,be~uY,'tv 1.~' ,enWl.eFnu e wln'was the 15th of his career;' :' > again je- . shly in: race ,~Jnrret4 dnd thelothere'to get into the wall. That IC , was one hme 1 didn't uead to be up front. . 13.73 , .PI'feel fm'"Dele'becaus8'hedrove with.his ffnce heert," (iordon%seid. 'That qhowed apr he fell behind(thjee,~Ape).° •' . .: „ . . Jarretttitouk4lheimte,fortune instride: and. - iif~fl'tbyth ,or,a.Br~' eor•..e . ~~aTba9'1Bpk£@d:-.u-+'lg~heg~ m I,~ehock; repa red a bent lower control arm, hght• - '~' eaed4;+maggd bell' patched +mld~~,da)oint, damaged + ~4- ~resh- e on the right side of the car and in laca "the:~ oorboard"rraPet the 'toe-in that wae . ockedmut } stwoEinches on the right front and e:bettel vZSrrected a nt'A'frame '. ' . •. . `watY ~'1'H e di-'°t~ flc job'tti the' eegyYuamgengcer J 'Gght ,3§ok'Wgether I''tfiinF,NJe had the" car to beat, g~id rontiut wa-had to ealvage aagood a finiah se we - d lum eould'+and't' lae ay' noen more points than , ~eible," he seid., "We ceme out OII, a lot better e 1. than then it looked earlier in.the race. I knew I hit 't t'(thlUt hdd it' hd b th ,e :wa,ooat anaentoo muc .. flbm me etu$. The crewgo f it Lack better that'I even ~9;doipgwlte thoughttheycoUld.~.t n.... . '.trackap` 'yo(~ `"" ."[Jnfortunately being out there made me the r, fueL:'guy (to go)1lhmugh the oil. I was upset bes;A er~cqtp~t,,baca iiae I knerd!we Gould'have won. On the +;r- ' r i/Ofte ~thershand, theee`ahipge are going to happen. :aot (ok~~¢„~'0 That'e~~sct1y what.we said we had to avoid.. '. CCAdenO vc~itie,!oaC You:have to have luck in this bueineee-ae well- 9 ,abbe'u+gpreperad•". . ' ` .. w : All,elong,°Je[rette,goe) has been the driving trtle: 1 An I n t•~( . *'" "Luck nroehrd lot at this track, a lot more [iwae" thart moet We'r0,ettll right in the middle of a Vit{A[ghtawaq chemp~anelup race, It looks like Je1Pe the men, h, theY]umd tebeat but-we7lkeepefterhim,"Jarrett6aid 1. ~' .
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Hufohinson, KS NEWS Sunday SUN 17,1!B on~~,bonus Sv'3i:',:; ~~60'~ q 7 lneler ~ t tn ato fims} n h ^ e o ei hth 3 ~okB r g t r ~ a ve r, g i SEP 11 1996 ;~' r e' nrspoitsw i[er ,. instead of,fjnishing.l5th, w re :;DAR,LINGTON, S,C.. A(though going to come in and get gas," Jar- P2686 (~ ISe is a'yictory shy of a million ddI- rett :;eaid~."We "can't';take that 1111®® ``at u~[me,-Late v+u'reti~ wtu ue e flli~g;e~u bi~er '+ tf he Ioses, Jarett will col- PRESSCLlPPlNGS fo cusmg on Ame #.1 t - m the Southe11 rn 600 today ~~1 q; 100,000 for wt~j the Day- He lost,srte ofi£of the ]ast t~me tona.600'and Coca Cola 600. The ~ 'he challenged the'Fiigli banlcs:"af 'diffeFence~etae"enfiniahingfourth Darlingtoii International RaEeway ''in the points race and'wuuring is y;= Given a'eho~ce m Mareh between $1.3 nmillton. F gambhng on a nctor~v!or ~nalpng a r Jariett l~alizes what lie has rlate fuel stQp that would ce~m~t a f apcomphahed to :reacRh rttu~f pomt, ~ ~ett~r fin~ghi$~~oeif~En ,~ e~ d ma~es Yi~ d6o~•to do play,rt ; Jne,p,nu ~' in 7YZE . : wV6~r~~~t~ vu, to . the'~'nniie fo o r dt a~~'a~ f~e p Nl~CL~e " A$~xat~ig~Da',~'lmgto a'r~~ ~ 'Jattrett'.h oiiv. eV G~Snh'~e'on ' possiblo t$" lf on e o 1' a ~f the ~ ts most ~ e~ ry V i'sce~ rec'~id~ng ~:o~ 170 034 mti~?a fdn ~~" oes on a"atherppla`foA~'~7 h~ou ~ ~ PV~n ~~a sd 'be =motbr : ~11Y~ y ~. .v .[dy R ~' But the,'i~'ce`is ~on~ 1o'the "he' eve~ taui'a car ' u l~ow it's series champtone'hjp, e ihosfFb"v going ta bpe~a'guided missile, Gor- y eted prize in etock` 'car raciug. Jer don''' : : rett is fodith in pureutt of it,'with ~W}ien Jarrett won' his second 'nme events remauung ' ' majo.r,`three months ago at, Char= ~ 9("'That rvwas' well' and good' lotle;thdracefiguredto anotfier " because we were only five br'snc showilown th"Earnh~ttltvice aces mio the season; Jarreffsaid J in the` ' t ou; °seae e7arrett -pf 'the Tr`auS`outh strategy t`Tlotw ' hI s~ e"a~ in close f 2 5nieh- 7tve're 22 °'raoea'intb'the e'~ason 'es at'the aytona S00'~ bqly Y. ~ ^~ilVef re oply 127 poirits back Weive~ inatio,i??~a~the'seve$t~ series grot tblook'at that cliamplons}up.*champton has'failed to w0'°"I I on So, embattled tobacco giant R.J. Earnhardt has won nine.times t' -'"Reynolds ' will get to hold its 'at D`arliugton, one short' of the _i ..r krandioae celebration in the' win- rec*3 of Hall of Fainer David m " Iiei's circle only if Jarrett can get Pear@on. there without putting his rtitle Bati Earnha4dt is §tsll reaover- ~ c~uest in jeopardy Otherwise, iace ` tug from''iqjuriea suatained `in a' o 'Sponsor Mountain Dew will be the terrible crash five weeke' ago at ""`big corporate winner. . Tallad, and doesn't appear to be; '°If it means cominOm and hav a factb; thia $13 million race., 7 7 -
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Deleware, OH 6a:etfe Columbur Met Ar.e Frldar D 8,088 AUG 300 1996 N4256 E®®PRESS CLIPPINGS ' Ei Jair his;big 6hance ;: briver w ill get ,, ; at tradltion rlch Southern ~00,~ AsSOCiated PrCSS ~Iril~}kiSi{ ~i}i tr*(r F~ f°i ~ i . ~ ., DARLINGION, S,C;= ,Dale Jairett3 ~s no nuBton-' . dollar liuirus is necessaiv io aet him exetted'abou[ drlvln¢ , Sunday in the uadition-ricb'Souttiertt'500 " ' -~ ' t need any added You don mcen ® r..~ tive to get psyched up for this," Jar-' rett said on the.eve of qualifying for a: race that could define his career. :; To Jarrett and-his.brethren in NASCAR's WinstodCup,division; , the annual rite of I:aboi I)ay Week- " end in the South is 1h'e Rose Bowl of -• stock car racing - its oldest major event. "The bonus is great," be said. "But this is a race everybody wants ARRETT n J ; , . : to win Because be won previously this year at Daytona and ' Charlotte, only Jarrett has a chance to collect the Select Million: The bonus goes to any driver to win of four NASCAR majors in the same year. •. ;Y; He will try to put his Po'rd on the pole in quahfying.' , today. Then he must avoid being caught up in a famihar scenario. :Y ~ .~ . .. . .. . . . . atiett has gained a measure of fame by twice denying ,. ; Earnhardl victory in the Daytona 500 - the only or race he is yet to win And a.victorySunday would ? ,„ enVlamhardt from putting'his name in the record :. ce rtrore at the most dtfficult track on the arcurt. ,' But lair~tt tso t thinking of thaLri ' ` your own equipment, ^ Yoti ve got to focus strictly on and.driving style,'• not `on :what anyone: else is i% , g=,':~ said the 39-year-old driver who grew up not far :• om here in Camden. What a battered Earnhardt would like to do is win his 0th race at the egg-shaped oval. Only Hall of Famer vid Pearson won that oftep at Darlington,;where'two are run annuauy. : ' Decause he is mending multiple fractures sustained in ,, . deva'stating' crash five weeks ago at Talladega, and be- ' use he and his Chevrolet colleague s have been beaten six of the last seven'races;`Earnhardt does' not fgure ' ' ong the favorites. . Janett is hoping to,'~oin Bill Elliott as a recipient of the'' nus, established in 1985, but he is wmless in 17 previ- sraces here. , "At most other tracks, you can get away with a few i_stakes;" Jarrett said. "But, there's no room for error at• lington. It was built for 75- to 100-mph~ racing in.1950, and av we're runnina 165 or 170. thre lanse in concentra-°' a for even a split second, and you can easily wind up the wrecker's book.
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joiIl~.lYdjC'-Fart3hArdV~dS~ -' tral d:':~w ~ ner of tbree s ,~wsna5oo raCes '. ;A ' ' ' ' ~~~ ~Fromi,P~.s! .:but 3 sqrts ~ .a4'1 .q*iu / 6 bao.?:; `~co '~ntPU?' e3.to em'1 rwl~' egbra~on A, O11~'` . ~., i+~ h M' 1 - racx sponsor erwljse,ou Dew.wiu oe me nrg,wpru-.=- towtnner.,' S !; ° 'It,gSt mqans coming~n~ le podtfon for Sunday's Southem b _a ~i~ ~ S 0 4 ~ ~n~ ~ ' a rre to'tht s o raom ld race is seoondary t iphampionship the said of the TranBouth strateg o~v e 22 racea into th ~n s~ ~ We're onlysl2~ l4M1 ~ ulk a~4}y Y~ ~e~ got to look ;~'~lthients su. q+ nne ev +~1 3 6:~ ~s~: ~ rC~'.:-arrS a J/1RRE1T: Pa e 10 s e d leMO g~e~.s~.rw.i, a, CLA? %
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Brall, IN TNnee . tLm Hauis Mn iais Wadnek~r 06,808 AUG 21, 1998 /~// N2470 •Yil/®®PASSS CLIPPING ~ ` ~ elite club 421FAW ti,;ei ~ . 11 .sc: (nP)f#', whmjiyouVe r ' ~~~l ~ ~millwhiott; the°Nraf" upd'~ ~ ,,' d the tYinetonM - ,l~otl. " d aiiM~'ee fot. ~ ~ iVI,S'Cfi IZ t tdcin'g ~ ,aµa)ore, ~adYe; -Jarrett~comee-toiDarlingtont theXq'9 t~ 4go, ~1e caq+imY.,to: after`-winqing,the;.Brickyard I`hel aqy more- retf DAI- Ja d th l - ~ ~ p g~ r c an e 400 at dndianapo ie ,.,;' th'Rnra~}ua (~engine !andlhis'~Goodwrench 400.at'Brooklyn, Mich"',thia month;*but'he ~~,~qrrett~pho~{iaewwoq`-the he'stieatingthielikeevery ' ~e1;viGtdKyi atfithe,., put,up . aa milhon, doilare. and I t~ls~year,(~an Join #b not like,w•e're going to ahd Coca -Cola 800 . er Southern 600r '" , : on ~SW Se]l~dl~g . S,ir, we'd lose it all if we didn'twin;' ei e ,, gn`your,lioteadarW~nuiBrhe said. "I ,iat th{nkit creates ~yter~ride'it;P+eaWiElliott; ajpt of ex-ItYn ent for us and ,, o rode ttie Ford77mndetbitd , foli the ep rt We want to keep ' " ~idikie g86,f:ld thirAete at the vCtree+• •aqegue toe e - ' ~ ` ~ wondg if we re going to oyvegoe ~ eaten + oqenn4r '`~t`W rr~ ,...,,.. _ ~inglio the5tr I,+thiNlttlieyhe ~~veryone ~ figuied Elliott~ gptae gcwd a chance ofvdnning wPiild wh( it 11 years ago. Thatt ealasanybodyel atfhie ~n,~he won11•of the~28,~rn~e t, ~•w~ he`ran;haditveothertopL 1. J....... ... - :You muet~have eomething gla(p?u<.boY~.. ::! l !+ J d : ° e eomeone,, W e guease arrett,;:b~1 $eop ~~~ ; mqbeieyentElliott, ,would hik : ;n,a cuuPe o( il L~C:wo Iike; fTemyear to year ; . ; . . The '~ eet four eea one ' J to -Jarrettdeal•` way''Bul;everytliing':t3~mges ' ` , o luc}c and'a lot of thinge go our : ~~d a ~~N4~~ ElliMt ~aeids'"1TVe hed a lot of . , ~ tf~4 C' wev~{ r~tan ~t a and 0 ou qta5~r r9deiltaA'd vOith' EIIiUit' ~Yylvlctory,'.w the ' t~e 1~451eei 189a!South4rn 600 S: ,; r hpa h~ dfd JM~tal'o o , Jarrett certainly won't coast 11 ' 6Q0' ~~ Darliogton,etarttng line. ri Elliott on the'Dayt nq ~ W p ,, ~ the World'BOO at Charlotte"end: Afterwinning Sunday at Michi- theSouthern-600 in 1986,;the; he tlew home to Hickory, .5tet;jYea!;Win~ton putrnPahe; N.G., and stayed up until 2:80 i ki d ' ng• an anewer ng ,trRmeo•then, oply.Dpri•ell: . a.mv wor ,Donue Waltiip in 1989.and thecorreepondence: DaAmlli"I1992h+ Thenhewaeupearlyenough vey~eonn'" :ave eometotheLeborDqyweakend Monday to teke daughtere . , 1 race with a ehot'at the'pnae •, Natelee; 8, and'I{arsyn, 6, for tj19te other mqjor'ie fhe Win their~firet day at school before tet 500 at'lblladega" s arriving at Darlingtmr. .. eton H ~ Jarreft ¢apturedgthebaYtona' It OidRt Bet easier at the 00February: and`what is Wack.either. ;-Jnrrett,turned novi the Cole 600,in M lape in both.hie tPmeton .Cup ~e Ca ~~ care,'pan, hie Busch Grand and offiaale are waiting~ National car that hell run in ~ w~§never hepope f~m-ide eer the'South Carolina 200 at Dar- teeted the Ford y 1 -. tington.•tben . . t-took two,•pu,b1iciete,'ab0ut Thunderbirdtrof•, Ide Robert ve ph6togra hxatanU a fioet Yates teammatei Ernie Irvan . 'Vvoas suppoYed to-go out and J~~ft for +at. ` 3ieit witht ~ate h th (M i t • w t e eam on >~N3bMt~~71~e,eaa~,~+ day night)" Jarrett'seid."I ` I him. t millloa donR ~y of!ue leR tho doUare:wae-s worthI all'We: Of rooni that `night once we got~ eouree, he'.aid•'Yee; "Jarrett there" .` _.._...1' aatd: .
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~~%~` : ca~ ! ® , , 4 ,.:;..a / J r ~tartrtr, 4 ~3~^~"b o~ . , Contlalasd'frantye~q08 = failed h3 attempts7tn+wln the, wheii'cooler W~ , bonus when they lb~t'at I~t•llrig-, who" crashed FYlday apd Nccratn;; Jarrett bad been'polnting to•,,bled flrom his buming or`e ward the pole by testlnBf1re4uent1Y " Cn1Y C,ordon = trying `to jolii" over the last' month at track..Enrnhardt as the o7ily.driver ever" known as. `~rie Lady;ln Blaek,"=to win-three sttaight caqI :at the She gave him little trouble during°circutt's toughesf ]ayouts wtoolc a`+ his :qilalitying eftbrk ; He didn4. Berioas nm at Jalretf... has' appear as fast as some of the other ,'the bnly. (hevy vlctory~ 1as~.~ drivers, but his lbie tlu+atgh the seven raoes. ~ q tricty hlgh-banked turns was H>Q. ;;. Geoff Bodine was thiid fasEeat in :~ smootliest of the 45 drivets who a-Ford ,twving a lap at 170.4TL:~ tded a lap. Next came the Chevrolet.af Gor ,; The only other pole in Jamett's don's Hendrick Motarstitirls tesm~ I 10 seasons on stock car racing's mate,' Ken Schtader., ; He : went premier circuit ca¢n0 last year in 170218. the Daytona 500 - a race he worL Sterling Marlin's Chevy was :: The last driver to win flrom the next at 170.118, followed by the ?, pole In the Southern 800 was Dale Fb.r,d of 1993 Southern.600 charopi-• , Earnha>dt, in 1660. "'- : on Mark Mattin. His speed in a I '1'he polesitter has won eight' Fold was 189.963a ti>tes in the 46yeer histany of the ' Chad Little was sevet>fh.-in a- Sunday loce, the annual rlte of the Chevyat 168.877, Joplin, MO BIABE Jeplln Md Fru Baturdap D 80,248 AUG 31, 1886 P3360 /~p~ ii6~ia®®PR86S CLIPPINGS ~ ;;: r S "The Aseociskd Press .11 1 h Y;V f+ ' ti , ~.51 ~'oYed,the c. AG on,the pole bYlday~for.hi§ ~011 hurit tu the In negotiating troublesome Darlfigton Inteniation- al Raceway, Jalrett.bml[8 the'4ualitytng record for ~ ~' ~ ~.~ , ~ A L ® -71``st,~,.l...~ i ~ ~f~ .-r 1 I s7 ea~s~.-. narre~I~watt~! 4'~h' ' ~?i~i""~i:~~;~ ~ ' e J~rrea,'P ~~ j18 '" 52270 1813 ~
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Washinplon, IN llmerflem)d glnurday 0 lo,o2e 041101 MI Argu~•pross Flint Mat bu ewturdh' 0 t1,e42 ', AUG 31, 1996 AUG 31, 1996 N2626 N3204 PRBSSCLrPPrNGs ~~/~////~ ~a1 ^ {j/~7/~SI®PRPSSCLIPPINGS f ~ Mlllron dollar AUTO.R,ING 77--~~ r ~, ,_ ~ ~~ 4 txDARLIh'GTON 'S C(AP)'- pale Jarrett put himself on the pole for LU.LIi~S*y°pSS••~ ~;hitmg `miuion-dollar treasure.hunt in the Southem_500, breaking thequalify- l.ll: ~iu.,.i recpr~ for NASCAR's.oldest~rAce.with a run of 170.934 mph. , I JatrWs,Ford. Thunderbird was timed in 28.769 seconds on the 1.366- DARLINGTOA S C(AY,i ,-1 Dalc ~rr{i G,;ltr?ojC edging'the Ghevrolet'Monte Carlo of defending series.and race Jarcetts racing srarted egdrer`,Stt~an he~y on xeff Gordon by D;Q77;seconds• 'ezpected dmon to,the wumer s share of a $1.3 , million purse, Jarrett Is try- A day bafote qualrfymg•~or, rh'CI'`J~' .'cRflebtte ~gg, offered by. senes 'sponsor Rl. Reynolds to any driv- Southem 500 ehd his chancerat tha et$,p~jrmrrig ihree of four NASCAR majors in the same:year. He won the y`„~:S;a:;~;eleA;tMillion bonus; Jarrett~~~s SOO~and'the Caca-Cola.600; but fadedin the Winston Select 500. m nbetweenappearanceswhereevery' , onewantedl•oknowhowhe'sprepping j I tobecotne•MillionDblJarDale. "It is definitely adiffiqult situahon,'-I he saidr"This is really, nothing morei~ -. than a bo,nus:toys if we win. UV;t"If we dyp:t, the worst we're gomj;";, tobe able t6 do is come out ofhere wjtliF_ $100,000. Ireally lwen't feltany pres;w , sure any.mbrethan what a nomtal Wirtax ston Cup raCetv'ouldprovide,'; :1 Jarrett hasFbspnkhe most talked aboutlj ~ driver on the~Winston Cup cit'"dult tdts'+t "And eWa3alsoihemo'stiSY`ije'rFteti9" onThursday:. .. ' • - He moved from a suit-and-tie break-^i . fast receptioq~4ith_Gov. David Beasle"y 1to a eerly afternoop Shotts-and-sneakz,_ . ers golf tou[namont Everyone wanted to a;k hoW JarreFt~i. . would haMltee tAe spotlight this weeku;, end,at Darlington RacewayT, a e, ~,. r^.~ai4 , He pointed to two othbr drivers whoy-' dealt,wuh,iciillion;dollar pressure--198„rii~ ~Tlmn ~onus _ , ,Theysaid,itwasdif(Iculttobanqlern them'hly g~psJ d s gomg:on!arouh d'}i ~~~-3t ~ J 1 s Bt .u I ~W' 49k4¢QR 3 dWe te goingto win tht,s T a'§s' tpe°' youe he4a1N~'andfreshasheloug~ld~~ 'with~tlspOf"idi?}s,'`Dar(mgt9n aRd'NASCJI]~,of~icjals He~said histeam knew the obstacles- andthereW'ards'iftkleyshouldwin ~tlieii-'- third'WtQstonCup major this year ; ~ s•LBuC~I~('ott!ap®~altrip counseled' `larrett about liis lat-sez~faire attitqde•„' .Foe'bothldriveis'thepr ssyte {howe~d;. itselfatdtfferentumes.~'' ai :'. Elliott.Vbnhi's~"Hhh ofll'receswinv;' the7985'season at the Sopthern 500 and~- held a 206'-'point lead over Waltnp.for;theseriesN fitle." lliott'fi'nshed rio better than 12th ipt_ >rnhis'nei:t four races and lost tNdchampionship: ^-1 -- ."'`Bill tvas ob4iously a pretty younj, man (29,years old) at that time witkall thafettention, ' Jarrett said,'' -, I "He sai d it wasso'difficult for him,:L 11 before and after, to handleeverythlrig ~~ ~~, ". Walt~ip said he had'enjoyed the anen•:, tion and let it engulf him and his otev.
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52270 le5e Frlaq iMw~WeA Y~in NUB 30, 3896 ! J,arr:ett vs. BY Dick BAnstar . five. wakg ~a - eroa.snwESSawitm ~ . ~.. , ' IQ penxnt h- ~ .: -..Stfll by wtppiti ' 1dNGT(JN, S.C. - Dale larrett ia.oe Jarrert w.i,:u.:iZ:.. >,:... ~wmeuuesmrowacateet-tla3wmg iathe xcord.boadi'?a d ; a . !2!wemeotmatsvoWdmarkhimumuch ~. Earnhardt s person6f?ptay N. Yl Y _ U [h fH l (h ld h t e Ce sAn a eve~ce6 Yn Jt3 46 ye[a9ythe iat' a M579S s•Y J~ee~atlho~n6qn~tis~l . ~q,.S.~C.q`~R"eir''pc~an~'~h~~as !~ y~IT SSC<IIIY ' "y _ .' GS mthe.riiyOW/dmZ b a'.flOe BY'winem¢ (7a_:nP tAn F F..Ti ~ ( u[ntge awmou xal, sama w~l nut be;beep- David Ptarsaat s kriea tarcd ~ha IudeputY,'cal Emnhmdt.r.;. . 4es at the treach~ons eyg. urt has (atled W ay.a]LS ttwnhpwevrr tt Iwckc by menutg.U eeR fhe sevea-ttme Wmsrou 4ry ahatnPi lannt And Jar,rcR:won t c JarsettJtas•deared Eamhudt vn:- . ative [wo taca8ateiti'n'uinua[ W~ mry m me DaYtotui J00 me onty maJar -- B ut he won't do it by i-a still recovenag fro s tetnhte-aCCident' orc snothc~ocey'are ood end up watchiap sumeone els-e'w.io the ~JazrUt wna '.aces and e6amo[aathiDa. nsr4eululY at a Wia.itm Select -bldeat ptace as cnauengtng as uarungton,' tqe eOCai.on _. •• ~ seot .: Jartett said. Yoa have m race the tsack :.1EOroff at i b at everysecundtnateaaotraeulgtheother ;:UaytonaandI . Q - eaes,•• .. . ~1 . ~. .., Even' more - -"Earnhardt said the key to vtctory is wouM he vic ttarlt v3pectfarlLeLady3nBladc .. faur,tnoat-co Suinrt 'tieasusc I shnw thetxsoect " hc ss d`Dar[o~a Cha tq he " r"'Ifiey don t eaErt too tough to [ame for Jediinepolis, 0'Jkyo no[huie . ..: r Briekyaiid400. oval '"YouhaYemElOanttwaoelevtr7i 'J" ~ak'.aS ~r¢ ..... : .... ........x...~...~......:,... rba:..e....~ . g ayatns[ 'Bywtnning SundnY lartett would col Yaop>1t6uslow f ° smfatOed [hq bic - lett (hc W nston Selec[ Mtlhau bonus Eom ' lu[K u°cG w'C.Ev~- ° ~ 4~l~J9rteccst0._[~ ~mcatl„~4.ta, M ~ ll dorcodyar.-e-JFJI-4in19g5 y - c' 'i f , I I ~ n'y', t ytona 500 end the latrdl woo t 6e'snryrised whea it 6appens-, _ at raaadeg4 then lost aga;a -. ... ,. at C3srbtte be[me t6e =' It e5 itomcth4t Dsle Eamhardt and 1" M aomee dtamYic Situa- ' i 1 .. v n mv9 lu ha wou at have been arxs . . .'tiuas,batYd'ouWn'(caBitcomciamW.•• ~; , i the eite uf 9uV~fYia&'~ia i tkan the'bouus 7 SeM = . ve ~1atoe ycFr~iq (pe ~m aoae~ d+YP to . 7veo JaS-.Wd [hete :- a p ~ 'w Cup taccs et -be6t the 6ea t e h '~' p y ~ e ~ ~ ~6sb[ ts th _'cst ,h{'tp Amc ca maoMnuhlt ~~ ~ x E ~..DarhngtoP and Wueis'to~g a. -- . when You come oo snr n : uYa` T~' 'S o n ~ p , o o [hc ; leriett. w downmthemdofaay+a-chesWfenthe t - R?m f°re _[ed;e[lensi've'ly'at p[imrty guy ya ~~o ~ i `` i t . . o. . . npt a[ all as he con-Me w , his_stei~aod Irft mt (~kipRt~eJ syumP et u~y ~~~ Y ~ .~1.. <YW -. .
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a Shamoldn, PA News•Nem o couea a nus,Pc ~b~~~es sponsor I2 J Reynolds Eq f . ~. ~f . Saturday AUG 31, 1996 YAth-zMeG e 5 ~p~~ E p" N483B "`Ce ~ o ~~ Jarret~d$o e',testing'tb a ~n © \~ r+~/w PRESS CLlPP/NCS.Snade hLS'1'nn seeln~ettortlea$k' - ~ ' ,_.ra::~f.i.'~ ~ ~ ~Y.' ~dt~,ed e, u ~_ W - e - any. 4nver wmmn$ t ° . A 3~ao- sfen~by ~ne)ors w t~ie same yqar~x liima~~nderr I~on ~h~e Dayton.500 and the.• ' ` ' uch of a race Coca_C e bpt "ed ,in t~t; la 60Q ect 500 • e hTG iYatefigp4"9~ 14E11Eotthaqcone~ted,the- lyrB O ~ ~ n ,,l% the t~otor W~nston Select;yllrlhqn oaccom ~ ` ~r~# Ktf Sts$E?` ~ A4lison,i failed in attempts to win tttnean`he is con• , the,,bonus wlien t~iey lost atl Y^-°a` e 2.ES i~'tLL'ling4on"ft wh'at e~[~e ~ fio to bon~ ~ #,,,~ nt„~~p'K aS~vn ~ordoT~ re { ~e ~yorenthan #70, ts ~h ~ ,ria~tesiing"" ~ tned to get in• ttiere; Ft s rou A p~n hat bYt~,We South ~ ~ ~ s~ t~a/ dq tmissde~ oiit ern- i5'oo'm 1~85~ tk~e 5rst~/p9~ the Sc^".,Y.r d"' ,",'.' * l!~ , bdnus_was offered ltvo others -w- go,~t and shoot forthe 2 Darren Waltrip and the late Davey - ~ S50,i0,0U sbould 13e tak~e ~ ' ace•.. the s ints;t ...~.~sip° .
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Antlereon, IN Herald Bulletin Indlanepalh Md Ane Saturday 081,888 AUG 31, 1996 N2446 111®®r88ss CLIrPrNGS rractice pays.for jarrei -~ Win in Southern~500' : would earn pole-sitter`' $1 million bonus } DARIINGTON (AP) Dale;,` ` S C - , . . Jarrett.' credits extensive' tGsting ;; ~nd 9ome"sound advice for;the ` }ie';Otin Fllday3 n polc pursuit o f ~ _ , ,;,,$1 milliori•lpnus he would collec with,+a,.Nictory Sunday~in ~ th 'Southern 500, _ :,"Cerlaitily, that paid o1T a lot ,'tla7rett=safd or the -testing that'~~' 'madehis ruri seem effortles_~ - aa iar~ty at'troublesome Darlington Iritematfonal Raceway. °And ` the 39 year old Jarrett ?' ~ p~ ~p credited Crewehief Todd,aFarrOit ' ~ a!q d§n trying to win for the thlyd I°t~i`e Daytona 500 a race he wo'q: wlth gi~ng him a helpful tlp ~G l '"1'odl told me,before'I got in the :Y ~~ es time arearun anli n~ualty went ~.~je as ~oilr e 500 was Dale car`that'a lot`of people that were eriving it in hard tnto tum one seemed to be washing it up the ` Gordon was happy 'Kdth his j Jarrgtt's+speed broke the~race race track. That's something I saw effort, but 'sald a statement by qualifying' mazk ,:df ,I67.379: set in testing - that the harder you Jarrett's car owner has him won- Izlast year by, John'YAndretti. 1he tried to get in there, the longer it -. dering if he can make much of a track mark of 17$:797 *as settn took you to get back into the:' race out of it Sunday. ;, March - when cooler weather dic- .33 "Ariy time'Robert Yates goes on ;, tates higher'speeds`- by Ward throttle. "When you've got the engine I TV and says that's the best motor ! Burton; who crashEd Friday and have, the key is to be in the throt- he s"ever put in a.car; you know.scrambled from his biirning car.-:X tle just as soon as you can. I 1t's going;to be'a guided missile ! On1y. Gordon = trying to join approached it ditferently, let the ,: out there," Gordon said, 'tiVeYe ; Eamhardt as:the only.driver eve[ car roll to the comer. That way, I.:-just going to go out and shoot for.i to~wln three''straight races at the carried a lot of speed through ; the top tive." :cireutt's toughest layout - took a' there." ' In addition to the winner's '. serious run at Jarrett: . ~' Jarrett broke the ualt -share of a $1.3 million urse, Jar- ~ " q fytng .. P Geoff Bodine was third-fastest record for NASCAR's oldest race rett will be trying to collect a in a Ford, turning . a lap' ~'a with a run of 170.934 mph. All the - bonus offered by series sponsor 170.472. Next came the Chevro`let practice he had over the last RJ. Reynolds to any driver win- of Ken Schrader, Gordons Hen- month at the 1.366-mIle track ning three of four NASCAR majors . drick Motorsports teammate.' He resulted in just the second pole of in the same year. He won the Day-.m i 70.218. • Sterling Marlin's went his Winston Cup career, tona 500 and the Coca-Cola 600, Chevy'was nexf at 170:118, fol- Jarrett's Ford Thunderbird was but failed In the Wins elect •lowed by the Ford of 1993 South- timed in 28.769 seconds, edging 500. em 500 champion Mark Martin at the Chevrolet Monte Carlo of The only other pole in J,arrett's 169.983. defending series and race champi- 10 seasons on stock car racing's I on Jeff Gordon by .017 seconds. premier circuit came last year in
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Smlard, NC Nlnld AUG 81- 1Ba6 DALE JARRETT A TMAboClnddVnu Y -nn ~., f ,WS; s, ~ _ . ;D LIN6TCN;' S G - Dale Jarrett ~ . credi ertenaiveteatingandaomesoundad-- vice the pole h€'won Frtday in pursult of you can. I epproacbed it di a;l on lan wouljl,colleM with'a car roll tu"That vi SundQy.'in30utbent800 ,P? lotofapeedth~OHL~thb~A."tha doffalot"Jarrettf1''Jarrettbtokeltb4iqualif said testlngtbatmadehisrunaeemef-NASCAR'soWeetracewkh . fortl -a radt at troublesome aarling-.,,mpb. All the piacHco,he b ton tlonal eeway. ..;. . month at the 1.~afl1e'trae , ' - - the second pole of hla"Winah An 39ryear _Jarretf credited crew-. . , : . . chief d Parrottqith giving Mm a helpful ..' Jan.ett,s Ford Thuuderbi ay 1 + - 28.769 aeconde; ~' the Ttoldmeb~fo~;eIgotinthecarthata ~rtaofdefend1ng an . tlp~ .eerlee lot of " le that viete drtving it In hardlnto Jeff Gordon by .017 aecond~ turn seemeeshing lt up the race to wlafor the tb4r1 atrelght trae 1Lat's a 1 anw In testing -, ton, where two races are ru that harder yo~,trled to get In there, tbe ..170A83. • .. long $ took you get bac& Into the throt-. -. Gordon was happy with Iu tle. . ` .- , . , . . a statement by Jarrett's ce ' EN YOU' E gOt the englne I have, wondering i[he can rnake rt the kis to be in t6b t~hrottle juat as soon as it Sunday. . y ANY TIME atea T~ e ,, / hes s. ~ "ut a• .... ~ ,. 8~~ car, You know.)t'a;gutng to be a mIa sileoutthere"GadodeaW.!'We'reJuatgo~ erently letthe tngto ooutand6hoot[orthetopflye.' ray I carrfed e' t daean't mean he is the r r~ lvowwLattheraoingto ~ p nm of 170.934 be llke,G Go~don'said. ' But that' Oe bunch .. ~txoverth4AaBt (Jarrett'ateam)haetheiracttogether ` ~au~adtu 1usL In a4{dltl,on to the wlmer's abaid. of a ..: 'f,~pmreet.; Im~Slta ~pu~e~ w~ttyleg to m~ • . by apa6vor E °5 ~ d was tfined in - Reynolds to anjr driver wl®Ing tlu•ee ot fou0:'i . Hevrolet Monte NASCARt majors In the eame year He iacechampton the Daytaos 500 and the Goeardl 600 - , -1 .. ~p~,~g falledln,tbeWimtonSeled500 ~l. . . . Ime at DarWig- ONLY RILL Elllott has collected , ~nnually, went aton Select Alilllon; admmp liaWng tetha~~ " winning the Soathern' 500 fn 1905,Pe _ ~ aEfort,butaaid year.the bonus was a(fered.'ncniotM'i ~ owner naa nmt - . Darrell Waltrip and the late Davj ch of a race out - fa0ed in attertipta to wln the , , . _ theylostatDarlingtmi.'
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Binqhamton, NY Pres & Sun•Bullefin 9lnohomton Met Area et~9ruyss = a ranty, v ~o aon,o t a or, >t II8tt~1 ,Tja~'8l~lln~[OI] ln[er~ "'. ~c a GlhOh o 1 jK~fn r-SS6&CC BaturdeM 000,919 AUG 31, 1996 N8964 ~a~//~/ LlJ~tiL®PRRSS CLIPPINGS VP~ " '~.4 4: ~~: D'81e'J6'rrext creditseztensiVetest :,,practicehehaddverthelastmon ing and'somie sound advice foithe. i' at the 1:366-mile xrack re'sdlteil in I pl le he`won Fnday in pursuit of a lust the second pole of his Wuiston $ itltllibn ~onus he viould colle,ctr,. Cup career,l Sv~ ~>:`~rt ,{~ t~ ~',° witha~i turybundayrritheSouth-;r+•Jarretf'sFor ~'h~n(lifdrrrbudr3as` eip tim d in 28.~ stedgmg the ,, ~;~ tha a1 vff a lot ~?~ C~h ol ~` o'o~defe d•' -~ar~ ~tth@~~s~ut~thatfnadgttsirfig~~~~Ay f~~~bn~fi~' ToddPalnott'with"giving him a be,'tryingtocollectabonus6ffered' helpful tip: : , by$eries sponsor J R. Reynolds to: TaddtoldmebeforetIgotinthe an driver wtnntng ttiSCe of four',; car thnt a.{otpf people,that were 'Nt SCAR'major:;inthesameyear.° drivmgrthiuduttotumoneseemed ; He won the Daytoqa 500 and;the to be wasqing it up tlte race track. Coca-Cola 600, but failed in .`the, That s somethingJsaw~tn testing `~ VVtnston 5eleci 500: -' - that the harderyou~xied to get Onlj+BillElhotthascollected.the in th'~re,thte' longef rt took`you to' Winston Select,Millron; 'accom" a getbackinto'thethiottle , ;ic plishingthatli•y"winniugtheSouth- ~- "When you've got the engine II ern500 in 1985, the first year the ~n have, the key is to bee in the throt= bonus was offered.' ' N tle-justas soon'as you can.~'I Jarrett'sspeedbroke.therace. -i approached it differently,.let the qualifyingmarkof167.379,setlast. ° ~ car roll to the comer. That way, I year by John Andr.etti: The track! carried'a lot of speed thtough mark of 173.797 wa~`se in March ~ there." - when cooler weather dictates~ ~, Jarrett broke=the qualifying higherspeeds•=byWardBurton;; record for NA,~C~'s oldest ra9e' who crashed Frlday. ~ p., Jar"rbt&39°Wedited crew'chief ofaaP3'nulli uonrseJarretfwilfi
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flmt . t.. , ; .. -' : . . , Mnksa 7MEASSOCUTEnPfiESS possibletoputhimsg(f' - to wi Pi ttn In.recsees SUN 122 076 . .. puflnpton, &C. - Although cuit's most difficult W3.Fg vlctory shy of a mlhan race record Dele darrett wNl be ' SEP 1, 1585 ~bonus, 170.934 mph that pirt' even b'.g the~pole for.the 4 $~F~ S oRQ~uTbetg~ ,~; •t - N3144 t~ R. ~ ~~y~ ,the tete fa ~ ~M~~Q! l8:C11941p1 tiY7~9LiaPRSSSCLIPPING ~ n.er. pttr.e be' ra~l4Sv.14RCtt ~a t~ dr 6ot it; d$h aine eventg; 'a .."7Uetwes'weA . P~~ Cau.e v~s wn e.ono w J±efYltt rwx>t iatp the _,; Sunday position ...'Eyen if he loses, 7arrMt will solts - n the cir- collect $100,000 for winning the led to a Da;ytona @00 and Coca-Cola 600. frontt speed of The difference between finishing zant-~ Ford on foutth m the points race and wm Yt's Southern niog is~l Intlllioa .. onsl ++ J what he has - that '~`y d1 tczechtntli aumspo aa _ the and effort to downplay title. - er it:-8ut boy who grew up m didn't pti[autc ,neacl+y-CAmden. the Isbor' Day Of1asR, Isecial occasfon. : , want ., i dlotd seepy roe in `fhAd o te up one ~t ra~~a track. ;he, when Gordon statts his on the-out$de of the he also..w4l be coRni- ~ pd thi wno Cawp- i'.satd, mindful xceme znqst of.- mts de.ci$t„~{o mnke the , . ' ••yVe'- doae,-tast yeane e on strong. at the end ;raj;d;that's v+hatwe - -yee[~ ~ . . ~. - . Gotdon agee~~on ~ aiveSomeness of :. i,Rata'g;Ytn'rt-. f _
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52270 1872 Dale not:" DARLNGTON, S.C: (AP) - As he known how to use . prepared to watch his son climb the . He was a car dealer '' r= high 'banks of Dar1L7a on in pursuit The plane took off m the r4~`n on = - of a-millioq dollar payoff, Ned JarretG, 150-mile fliFht with Nuzum a9 surir couldn't.help but recall a da_u:long ; Jan'ett that the weather;would ge ago when'he hustled for a few bucks,. ; better the further south they 11ewI y- a 3 - fl:ve.q?-few. ° " ' ~didn t ~ , "Call iYa dash Cor:cash that tnclud -Nuzum's" principal navigatmnal^ , . . edacrash~butnotonthe:race=~-'guiderwas.the`.Dan Riveriahlch-.; tt'ack ' " became more' difficult to~see ras the Badly in need' of points,, recogm . ceiling fell. ~ ' ' ` safety with Just a few "to scratahes ;' Jarrett trudgelt through: the ` " ch of a_cab: lie, muddyaield ~+ae " foundrone ande it.the rest of the :wawto Greensboro: - '1 mis,sp[t the tlrstteature,"-ne saiQ. But;it.turn~,autto'be a pretty good tt berause In won my, class in the seCOnd`~ k Jarrett, now part.the ESPN team tion and, money; the elder Jarrett~ '. "I had "sorC of dozed-'off ii,'-,the _ , became one of the first NASCAR dd- ybackseat..and after a w}iile he woke ~ the W, juston.iSelect. Million bonus vers to fly between races. On a me'up and said the weather_was•" $unday in -the -Southern 500, stormy September afternoon in_ getting worse, that 'we` weren't . 1&ughed when asked`how much he 1958, he boarded a single-engme ;.going.to_,make_Qreensboro',and_: ` -` ' plane inRichmond, Va., afterflnish, .... .thg(we: needed a•place to set.it, ing,somewhere;in, the money in a^dawn," Jarrett said. sportsman race, and set out for: :r,Nuzum"found a convenlentcorn- Greensboro N.C. ;.~ field somewhere near Altavista, VaT u ' There.wasa.do d ble featureahat w"~t~eh~s;iPl~Go,ach'an ~nightt and I'needed, the points, so I x corn, and,t~the~= stslks.ent decided to fly.!': the elder. Jarrett ''eveiywhere;':1larrett; said~ a e~}isC , remembered. "I never had any expen sort of let rf driR lettmg the stalks; ence with planes, and'this one didn t stop :us:"• ~~n : ~ have many instcuments It:worked well untiI°the plahe had`' I "But it didn't matter, because _ nearly.stopped,:'lhep.dt~liit a,ditch- ` t will televise Dale Jarrett's run at D 18,169 AUG 29, 1996 the'pilot, a friend of mine named The nose went down into the mud_ N5026 Eddie . Nuzum: wouldn't, have ancj.thetallstraSghtup. Iliey"scram- Laul LE©PRESSCLIPPlNGS ~.. . . . ~~ s.A Cleveland, TN Banner Thumday made that day. "A little less than Dale's going for Sunday;" he said. "1 made about $400." If his son collects the bonus for winning three of NASCAIts major races in the same year, his earn-. ings for the day will nearly quadru- ple those:of Ned Jarrett, who won two series championships and 50 races, in 14 years on NASCAR's top circuit..' ` Teah, there's big money out there now," the elder Jarrett said. "And big pressure, too."
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Alheny, NY Thnn Union Albrny Mtlkn 8etur0ey D 100,706 AUG 81, 1996 rfion= xv.., Id Jarrettcredib -:.~ateleEa7ee~rMqRYMfFj,4ylA$YtI)N , ed crew c.cf T,~ 1 Pa;rott Kith ~~Ticaptureathe~le-pa 4'givinghinrA}e1pt~,ln~ ~~>~ swonfortheMountalnDekGSouth- 1 odd told me i. f-, I got in the , em 500 at Darlington Rabev+ey+[r, ' } g G*t- that a lot of peoplg tfiat, were ~ °T ' I tt ut hard ~nfqtum .one ~a' l°ave, gots .. ~~;. have thekev fs 40 6e 1rt1 e thiottle trt~k Thats some}w~ul saw in 1"st assoonasyoucan Iepp~ched ll l th , vo e U ehac3ertiiedto' iC di$§rentlYr144 the atr.an ou f t > y t ~ .-` ~ t mW ~ t1R lrinvor it imlc inu tn COLR9f.,i11apWLIY! I e817ied 9w ln 4 tfot wtomettuvtpe. speetrtnmagnveire. the late ~Davey, ~ lepi ettq. ~14Et;atDaiting{Qd;;.. bopus,'~ Jdr-`: VQr00 : Alichael Andre?Urspfi; ~ na cresfi earlier,. Uus. M W ulfort., noleforth'e V 'in VECOuvec,,Britr ,~~ i I.. .: .:,.- ~.. good ,hetter by„the f foar NA3-' lwiir Andretti seid after ntajots 'vi'the eiPmti 3ecn: He rtd oid lap of 11L618 mph;nu tt~ nayt6na soo'arid~ the ~- i:~foa-~, 14tu~ t ~~ '800,^hut•failed in the Winston t}avughdowntownPaaficPla~e'. `,ThateclipsedtltefeDUtdofll}11P3; i Taq7uesVillene'dJ~` ;. ed the aetlaetyearby' tt has collttf Ih o ~ , y~,,,, it~8tbb~ fklett_hiill,o ~ aceompbeh Bryan Herta, oonhnuurg W%q hbt.; ' i that by wimung t:he Southern atreak thet began five reaes *o Ot ~>> n~~5{thefustyeseoau8 t Ci,@yelanrl,Yuasbecondln,M.dr~U af' offerea. 'hvo oFhers`~-' Darcell =~111.610. rt.' ` ~ ; ~- II,
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Frltlat Geneve, NY Finper lakee Timo qeohrnu Mat /eu D 1B,iB0 AUG 30. 1996 N4016 , Th. AMOem.a vria Dale Jarrett answersquestlon ata press'conterenceIn barlington yesterday. A , efinebrscareer. c ~_:_..1_ti•.,~.tl TOm ere~n en , ualtfying for a'race that 'could {tered Earnhardt ~- - 4Vnat a be , i.,PXou don t need any added mr el _ . ~canl.rv0 to'get'psyched; up-for C g~~e~ dQ}ng "fsd the S9-yeerr' thid',' Jarrett said on the`eve of ol~,driVer wh~a w up not fe~ f , t~. radrh n-rc u e rn ~ -- - o t ~ drivin' n what any one style nbt tS C (A pS~ uC~? e ay¢ nomi~lion•do1 a ec& ~hty to gc( h3~i ~ r r t d i ay m x. vmg Sun c,~ ut dr an~; h 600 S our o 'eQuip teanf 4 ''' h S d a a_.yg ~~Ai. t,~,.k„d „ racing where two races.are run ptttru., -.; •i'v?oldael or ,er~P.n"ly: ~.L-, ~~.!,. ~ Because lie is mentLng mu1W-.; y,~ s ~.~• won that o tenet ar t o the South is'the ~ Il° VJee en l~ ~tb "Oarrettand tus nrecnren in ^>--- • ~- N~' B~CAR'9 Wlpston Cup=div1 ~c? ai; tbe og~;shaped ov@L On~.., $n, th'¢ nap} rite of; [.abor Hall ol Falner Da Dd I'ea,reg t ..>-rne Donps.fs gr,euc,.,.he euia. • ple fracf,urei'su"stained m_'a~deq-~ "But thjs is a race everybody eraah.fYvn weelia'aeo 9 ;. $ecausehewonpreviousl•ythis_ his Chevroletcolleagueehave I year at Daytona and Charlotte, hearen'in siz of the last Hants to win.° "-- Talladega' and be'cause he and The bonue goes to any drivar to ^., So the neat!3net811ment of 'oniy.Jarrett has a enance to cot- ~ven racea, Earnhardt does not ~ aect the'1~ia~„Select -Million. .', figure among the faqorites. Nqin tfiree of four NASCAR ma- •gr;eat '~showdowns; -'probabl}~ )ors in the same year. awaits another Sund`ay-. ; '~He will try to put his Ford;on Earnhardt sharee with Jarrett ~'the' pole in quelifyingtoday: the experience of being a eeeond-. jsThen he must avoid being caught generation star in the sport: He . of fame by twice denying Dale '..rq think it would be great for Earnhardt victory in the Day- the sport if he'd win it;'-said ttina 500 -- the only major race .E~~~believed to be driving - he is yet to win. And a victory at about 70 percent physically. : Sunday would prevent Earn- . But he's thinking 100 percent ~i hardt from putting his.name in Earnhardt. -, the record book once more at the "But it's my job and the'jobe of, ' most ditFctilt track on the circuit. -' 39 other drivers to win that race, ~ . But Jarrett isn't thinking of t~ ^ he said. -' 1 that. ~ i \ . .. . . _ . . . . . . _ i tl 'Jarrett has gained a measure him-to a int -- :up in a familiar scenario: respect,s Jarretk andis rooting fo}• ~
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Waynethoro, PA Retord Rereld Friday 0 111.1111) AUG 38, 1899 ~~®® N48N4 PRSSSCLIPf'fNCS .,v.ryyt}' MS}I~. TY.o V 17113f.'Q `, aP LawraMOo :+tir"Winston.Cup drivec'Dale Jarrett talks with'Ernie Irvin before laet week's race. ~'essua~°ae~iiMtensef ''' ~il~o~~~eh ~ DARhINGTON, S.C...(AP).,, larrett.not to.cavein to ilie. Jarrett's, said he did not realize - Darrell- Waltap,s plan, was , pressure and hype.<. .. . the ifervor the: chase . cn:ated 'stmple , ", 'That's diffleulr when,the until he got to Darlington on . ~, iSuro, he wasigotng fotA4he : media is buzzing around you, race day.*' ,Winston Mill'on boturs; ~birf;he .; ' reminding yo`a that'you are rac- "I never had high blood 'arlQ lus lea~~.~wentedtq,er~y u ing.~forone,tmillion~dollars;'. .pressure,~but the morning of Ihe weekendat Darlmgton Waltrip sard ~r :~+L. . ,. the race I fels like my heart was . Racewayand,tteaNJlq"South- .-Despite'the sorry end to liis~ .hurting;'.he said. "I went to em $001fkpany ot*, race: ;,' r Winston Million chase,Waltrip the care center and my pressure `,.q We did;e unttl Sunday, ~ cameto therSouthem•500 in was about double what it nor- morntng,'~ :Wqltr~p,~ apiA, : 1992 and+spoiled^the ~bonus :: . . . iemembrainghts Iry6at~racing,, hopesoftheletetDsveyAllison :' maIlywas." hrstory'; seven yeacsj,ago ,. by,wimmng the''afn-shortenedThere:was little pressure on en I got,to the ~tr4Ck,. the ~ . rece. , i . - ` Elliott when he turned the trick guys looked like ttwy;had scen, .. tAllison finished ~fifth in the' _in 1985,1he first year the $1 ghosts.They.wereupfight,,ard298-laprace. . 1' . 'millionbonuswasoffered.HeI was uptlght.'.' . , ., '•Laccy MeReynolds, the crew had come in with nine victories -Waltrip hi[:th6 well early chieffprAlltsodsN.28Ford artdares'dominantEverywherd:end fuushed,22nb lea'ving Bill Thunderbtrd lttellee~thatAlli-'Syyten he crossed'theline at'. EBtott as the only recer to win son won at Daytons and Tal- Darlington,, he instantly tlute of:Winuon CuE's~four `„-Iadega;'and so;au)st of-the" b~~e"MillionDollarBill," major reas: _.. 't :'• attention came atCliarlotte, the a honor that has reaped spon- Now . Dale Jarrettj can third racein.the~sequence. ' sorships and a strong fan fol- become~ the.~second to.bring ?'Wee trled,to;stay. focused lowing despite winning just jtomeanextra'91,mtlltoqwilh ' and..we.knew_if,wekept~our once-the1994Southem500 a victory.Sunday-in,the~South- . Ixads and didour,joba,the mil- . _in the past four seasons. em5110 .,;,,,~, lion dollars.wopldcomewith ~~r.fy.main objective (in ' Jarrett won the Daymga 500 , ~.ihe win, ' he said. ,',':We had a. 1985) was to come here, run . and the Coca-Cola 600 at Char-, really gopd.race cu',that day. It . well and win the race. Fonu- lotte. 77te other mejorH the , wasunfoxptruteMotherNature nately, we did," he said. c nston Salect 500at,'wouldn'tworkoutforus." ~~7h~'spressurewithinyour- T a ege .r: ., Robert Yates,~who owned self, but as9ong.as you know I :; Waltrip says n's crucial:for; : Allison's-car, and noww owns what to do, you'll handle it."
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"1`,y."t!. m a I , ,Dale Jarrett hit6 the wall on his7lgti .. er, .... ;°~ r j .1 ,/~ ~0 .,. i'~7 !r erri, ' By BOB Z6LLER gTPFFWAnER .:-D -WOTON S.C :~`". ^`flndeh I. t ~F~ ~.,... . . y dt,ring~:hl~ Southern 500 race in Darlington, S.C: a~-1 1t . CI,,,.A . , ' . I„ bfcer the cra5h :q~Ae briefiy rysed-:, t:..: the Icvel of mul ` ~ tt., After ]~e~h ?3 in the southem 500 at Darlington i R3sxwayrthebigshowwas~adud I lypctA& I; aP i. ,. And(rtSieybesomptiry beforc , doun Tnal e~id~f ' p2r[•hme driverEd Bo>fle~me~ces s rj 6 edlbl ~cib ; epyy new friends m,tfieJ.N ;, P sshagcd a 144ih,~pl Randoh, VA TRAEa Rarnass Me11oN 0 n7,Wo SEP 2. 1996 P fitu~~~ P5564 ~~ tt;~•After:wm A ",5~'otr Rsfl 1hICe'SRJ9]nf I ~'~16~0y(OIIaR ~ A11P.PSCI,RP1N0.4 ' so.u SOfiund,lheCoca-Coa600~1arrcn,~ ""~~® tucameNre thUdlmver~ttotheve a ~ -- " . _NOTE Sv ° shmtai th'e Wmsto :Mi~hqn bonus. Oidy Blll'611tott7rae~iyoil°it; In'19g5,' . Winston Cup garage, because it was .~, EARNHARDPB,TROUBLBsUae . oil7rom Berrier's car that sent Jar• Bs~'bt fehled to secord e ioµ10 finish rordsethirdconsecutivarece, ' ren and several other top drivers into 11 , F.amhardt wss ~good shape, rvnning , i the third turn wall early in the race. in tM tnp 10, when hle ear suddenlv il'm up '- Jarrelt. was leading the Labor ' Into the wall in tum 2hhe cem b(Jeremy Day weekend classic and had been Me fldd,':Gery:eradberr;'iand.Tadd ~ in front for 20 1a s when his. Ford Ine ahsobecenplnvolv as 9emhards '. P .'spunewayTromshevdl.. ' ~I Thunderbird entered the third-lUm.."7ola'You that;~fc.d!was lxiel", , on lap 46 and slid up into'the wall: ',F.emhardtsddtahld'ckwonhlsndioaaer ._,. Behind him, Ernie (rvarhRusty',h'sCie~vYhc'IwfaLp~,buifinsheete Wallace and Derrske Copealso, ~e.rarocmdedrhZrh?placeBnuh.'He smacked the wall, and Terry , remained founA inh nnos~qspyMarl;- ' Labonte barely missed it. ' '-' ; t6t bebind t.elwnle}'ttie leader "Hit the wall up there;' Jarrett SPENCER. UP 'AND DOWN: - said on his radio in a matter-of-fact Jimmy Speocerlea ;Mucti of,the fisst half tone moments after it haome ened, -Iofshe.SuushemlOOheddwmminfrontfdre"Somebody probably put s od. -sptalor69,laps.bdly~'ujdly+yendowMln'. w6en he cut a dgF( rcazs've an.t <pun in ~ -,ohtOrsOmelhing.' ' " ,, , .Nm2onlrp179 • - .' " Wallace's car had lhehworst '~"'I never k' ihe weltP" he inId his : damage, but Jarreu's was banged upp cnwUntun vre Yhfoq~gpPencer, Nc dam~ : -etiough to require more than:cos- agedllretorcupeame ftlsebodyworkand - metic repaiss. he losc alapWhile Ishw w arehed things - After several attempts to {epair '-up. 7he demY$e.the -` s to get the damage without losing,a lep,,, sbMS'medehypreted .-~ v'eN~metreat5~~ , Janett's team finally gavC up9p that I. a0er finishing the :eeecjI place. iment five forlom hope and spent'three'laps lapsdownt+n, I . oitr.`.J ~~ replacing a broken right front shock THE WOR6T.F0 MASTraUck '. absorber. -' Mest will ~ going toGViother team 3n TheteammadeninepiCstopaln 1997~butth isnthelpdg hisnouw. alltoreP J airorad'ustfordamagethat Aner nlshsngllnd,fivelepsanwn, theddvcr mAtekbridgeBefi;Ve„hzd - included a bent A-fmme, a damaged this to sey: lt was probebly the woret mn . ball joint and a bent lower control we'veaver hed Thseefimea.i;ewusc the arm , . renrear,ti war fW 9!.viee i ewsrrc the Jarrett's chances for the. W' dght fron[~ise wai-f4J It'tumed out we didn t have k Dp I'm pmbbly as confused . sp~n Million seemal utterly ho ess . as 1'vecverbeen"+}~,,_:, nrn f: u ca ,~, ee.. , ,hb ~ ~hk. 1 . _ ,
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By Monte Dutton was that there wasno rule~ O NASCAR This Week change at all. BRISTOL Tenn.-Yea "The rules aze the sante-~a the V'argtma 'NASCAR h'as changed were;at Nhchigan sat . its niles agatn and in'a typica7ly ', NASCAR spokesmau w- ch arre - surteptitious fashion. was tiue. n t ~ r~v;ivnn Begrnning with Sunday s:' The rules are the same as they ,'~Bonns ~ MountainDe Southem 500 at ` : r~ were for the Iviiller 4QQ at' Th~ ci fk w , ~ISYu ; o i nge? es cna ~ 1r ~- ~Ielton ;h ;"- happen.1%. j at no changes Apparently`Sohrader made a ttnhl r handshaTce agreement with Andy " terr 4- ` Petr e'toinake the:move spects of , neglect ng one small detatl. Winston• ' Schrader=signeda new contract : with Bud and caz owner Rick, ' e o~ai r Hendnck over a month ago. ~hA we Hen ~ ck apparently is willing to es ~~letSc ~er go; tiut Budweiser ts., ~unh~py~y~th the aiiangemerit •; ea. o the Assurrnng Schrader does move : b 6 m" ~ to ~ new team = and what ~ test "' wouldbe gawed;by keeptng~an i - aturda urfreesboro, TR Aews Journal Nbhrllta Mot AM y 0,008 ' ' dnver ivith the k sr ~ sitnhappy ; e mov e.; . Hendnck team?-the likelier AUG 31, 1996 3short notice on the side'of the NASCAR officials ~ n£>ICen Sc der~orji•the candidates to'drive the No. 25 - Winston Cup truck rig. When . On:Friday.the~ovemtng udtvetset~3 T~trlSiflb~he Sl oa1-• %:"car next `season'appear to be r'' N5080 asked about it the standaid.line' body's vice president for ,_, ~lo 33 t,~probably going to Ward Burton and Derrike Cope. ~© PRESSCLIPPiNC3 Dazltngton pChevrolet Monte, M chigan Of c outse tbat 7 mmen~y Garlos will be allowed totaddya F~ was held onJurir,23 '~= half-rncli (from'S-1/2 to 6) tathe The rules were qTtrte erevt-; rear spoiler and a quarter mch 1- ' at the'GM Goodwrep~400 th ' c: 4~' .~ ~ (from 3-1/2 to 3-3/4) to the front Michigan race thatywas1Ue d_a t e air dam. '` few,days ago i~~ D` rThis change was not afficially That is not the only example o released. Rather, ibwas posted in . semanucs being:played.b`yw~ , g; oc {ag
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52270 ?89? Jarrett Gets Pumpe.d Up Enoujh Over Race Wt ithout= Bon~.t ~ -DAItC,INGTON;::S.C. (Ap) =" most difficult rtack.ron the cirntit doing." said the 39-yearbld driYa Dalc Janelt says no million-dollar . But Janett isn't thinling of that who giew up not far from here in honusisneocssaryrogethimexcitcd "YOU've got to fogussmc on Camden.~ . .. about' drivnng Sunday in the .. yourownequipmeqt t~aman~v What a bweced Earnhardt waild - ~ , 'trarLhon-rich Southern SOp -~ mg style, not on what suyooe else is Ii~M do rs win7ns lb,th ra`ry at thc, .;be " ' Yodon toedaddd'dalOl lillf: ueanyetoccn-...F~. -A 1 c - pS„rov._nya o. ; ___-.. , . . ^ ' uvemgeS Jac- I Dav)dpeaisai::rondvtotkn . 1MY~upfortlus• i natsaidontheevenfqualif}wgfora ;! QOC~OOghOm, NC y"pmhogton, where twd races, ate race that could define hts eaieyr JOYfltaI tua-annually. ... -; .' To' Jariet[ and his btcthren m I , Because he is mendmg multiple NASCAR's Winston Cup dtvtsan ~ fractures sustained in a dcvavatmg the annual rite of fabor Day , prmat 08,110 crash five weeks ago at Talladega Weetend in the South`is the'Rase ' ..aa~~~3~'~becauu he~and his`Cheviolet ' c . : Bowl ofstoclc eattacia8.=ttsoldest ; -mB~asuesbavebembea[ea'in sixof .;. ;l o.e,... -.: •~ n~o av •.~. o {aees tsarnnarat aocs • sz W j . f w ~' d b t r B lelery a , o y, . . . x. >_-, g`ptcviously this-, M®® N3658 lllf}la(tMt~°Mhi TaPSSCLlYI/(IGS ~ Fo coBec~nl~e.~ . - . Million. The bpnui ' ef Fo W;,, QfJ- t. -~ : ~_ Ca(. mco o g .Ida;prxt~nsta ~~ w+µ ;~ya N..r.- . ~ ' ` = s,?Sarahatdcshams with Jatiqt thc eiperxucc :of bcrng a seeonA- orrauon siac m the spat He >o ge =_ _~ _ latrett and is rooung for him knows caution is his l~rst -aBy. ...~~; ~~y ~°° ;':" t canga- s .-. . "Atmostothertracke , e point. - ,~ v . w~~._..a The 45-vearold FatnLazdt nei:: Wc it would be great tod me a , .•n.. "•.a•~a. •~ w--- tg fn6~stG+~~: he d wia it;"said Catn6@rdt, "Bm, tbae s no room for eata st : the ge3!~ ~?~10~' ~p.~ ~ W - cartacmg•sMgutal3oP°SP~w . Dadi lo ng at about 70 xl m be duviog n. .~...~t~y ....: . . '7t was bttilt for "~S-:m 100-mph., rve heiu saccasful arDarh t~)"`^"•: and WCrefim- mnbeCansl:JSfIOW/}18~[CapeCt. :. he s 100 thidmK DeoCent ractagIn ._ l9~+ _ 14'd?y ...a:.. a n. i~.:. e..,.o: ~.. dt .- mog .w .r a,v. vuc .y~......~•. tame for nothmg. -_ rt stayjobandthcjobaof39 , centration fa even a split secmd• drivers m wtn that tace• too•" ( . _.. . . .. - . . -. .- ing mjoinBillF~inttasa`o- I . . . of the bonus established ia .: £ . 7aaett has been testing.exten- . 1 . . - . - ' i?7wnssace~haehe, vptev,,.:; 4
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Waco, TX TRIBUNE-HERALD Waao Ma1 Araa Saturday D 51,483 AUG 31, 1996 P5452 ©1]®®PRESS CLfPPINGS •NC •vJ. J~ A 3~ ~4t f r~+~~ eV l~il SY.i~yP ~ ~ h~~ern polve ° ;3re,Associated Press :. AUTO RACJNG Andretti bounces back DARLINGTON; S.C. Da1e ' ., -Jarrett credits extensrve testing mo t 0136 mile track re VANC.OUVER British Colum , ~and some sound advice for theV p > bia lvLchaelAnd etti strff nd' pole of s ~ o + x~ ust ~he ~pd ~re froin ~a'tcY`' eai fs IT ~ he ~' : bole he won F7nday in pursu~~ of,a~' ~ ; z s eer s $limlhoit'bo~dshewouldcollect~" a~week, r ~ed t d~d~s ort;~pgith a victor'~Sunday m°thenuvaa,~ pdi hundcibtrd ~idayton'~yp r~ao tpole_Stiuthein 500 i,; w~ t~„ gf19n 2$ 7~c onda; edg- foi' the VancpplfP~r Mq7~on Indy, ; r9rolet onte 'lrlo of ~h t ~n g e l~ I'm feeling gond; bglber bytthe. "Ceitainly, that paid off a]ot' Jarrett said'of:lhe-tesfing that defendings~eties `dracrchan~ , hour;'Andr.ettisaidafterposting. made his run'seem effortless - a p1on,.Ieff~Go~ don 017 seconda a record lap',of 111.616 mph on the _ rarity at troublesome Darlington Gordon, tryiri~ ~to in for the third 1:703-mil,e ' 10-turn; temporar straighj~,trt~G jnternational Darlington, ,circmt windfrigthrough doivn~ ';'Raceway ';' h t ` e w o ere rces run annual And,the 39-year-old Jarrett,A- town Pacific Place ckedited crew'chief Todd Parrott ly, went }~0 833. . 3, That eclipsed thg, record of ddit heI •fult~ In aignat the winner's 1f1013~g~last year by J ;`vith acques j ° "Trgtvin iAd~ld mhimB a ha f ant='in'~'•$~'~O~i;'~1.•3~lTjl onpur'se,Jar- 'Villenenva.l,~f,P.'tlPfrndina PP(." I tfie car:that a 1ot of-peopleRt~at , rett will be trytn collect a bo- Indy Car`.World Seri,ea'champion i were driving it,iq hard into't-tfirn. ~ nus offeill d by 6er es sponsoc R.J. , who fs, now:.racing.,in `Formula i one seenied to be washing it up Reynolds to any river' winning One. I the race track. That's something three of four'NA AR majors in Andretti, who smashed into a I saw in testing -that the harder the,same year. H on the I)ayto , tire wall Tuesday during. a test : you tried to get in there, the long- na 500,and,the Co i-Cola 600, but. session at Laguna Seca Raceway ; er it took you to get back into the failed in the`Wins Select 500. in'. Monterey, Calif., where the i throttle. Only Bill,Ellio has collected season-finale'will'be run on Sept. "When you've got the engule T' the . ton ,Sel t Mi llion , ac- 8,`was uqdergoingttherapy in the - ~0 g have, the key -is to be mkthe= ~mps tn:that y wfnning theA..series..medical facility for-a: ; throttle just as soon as you can. I Southern 500 in, 1985, the first slightly compressed vertebrae iapproached it differently, let the year the bonus w~s offered.,and some muscle strain around car roll to the corner. Thatway, I; In addition to'the big bonus,' his left shoulder. ,° carried,a lot of speed throygh Jarrett would get more than Bryan Herta;".continuing the there." ! $70,000 for winning the race, a hot streak that began five races Jarrett broke the qualifyingre- bonus of $76,000 for winning from ago at Cleveland, was second ta. cord for NASCAR's oldest-race the pole and another $50,000 Andretti at 111.610.•The time dif- with a run of 170.934 mph. At;.the should he take the lead in the se- ference between the two fast laps practice.he had over the':last ries points race. wasjust0.0g2 se_conds._ ~ - 52270 1878 I
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' 52270 1892. ~ One ;Dale chasing a million, th other a Darlington reco . Br Fw'rwCK ZIER hasn t shown .up, mP alifying, recovering from a broken shoulder 1hE~iose ivatcbbeing put on jarrett - rollovers at Talladega; Wallace : little mon; cautious, but heS,talctQg -2:Tt&wron..N - mrnY~'a 1 La.: A C..' tY 9w~'•.~, hv++~g uuo .oaays pore ~uw,uay ~+.~ <.. e Jart_ett., 'Rie hon{c -atiout PeatsoR's -the dnven ace very consnous - got to ~er at the ,,finish of the I qualifying session at D caa:ivin a$1 m~ '~~ us li'~'he_'wiming~ is that ItE yvoRone of_ ardt's aWatlace's car I-~~ ~e of the few:~- ®to injuries and his-' Maprace~at TaVade a e . g .iI Ifaceway, the fast Fords re ~Iso w;os tFr~ ",; .. ~- of those races dnving Fot me when .in the sport, and most are- was destroyed and be suffered a~ t It wasnk mtentic ~ . iV While it has been lo@t in the i was hutt,' Famhacdt sald.,, - u' estra caution wheR they're broken wrist. ' . but I got up on the nub az Sin e the Ford att D ti ed r ' ` ' ' c s were a aw en to on riveted on Jar7ett Dale into the side of hk h . Glen and go N t;ah h hi ,Ow weretrymgoctcim, _mon te trac And . Wallace addse doesn't i lower the rear part of their raofs ~ Eam6a[dt will l o be o i ~ for the othet ddvers 1 f I' a s shq t ng. or m getting a big lddiout ofth dhikhikbodldb = _ . that. .e driverso tn : tn anyy wou want to.e. 1 ...,n.l.ai:.,.s......n..~_~_ __,._ __.. . . . . mo{e, ezcept Daytona and' Tallade woaY ~ie as Knanijaip ding. rellef ddvE fot me a u..nr aa.u awxy waua..r, . raggea aswe guy. wno imocaen : t~ ~. 4Q _- tjvsweekend7l'Il wh has .r4tbbed fenders and Iaaett out of the $1 tniDion bonus. - ~~ ~"~ ~ ga, ?he9 beoe dominated rhose If $jE.' wrns. FirntuTl w,l] cie sratt tYie car and he'co`uW climti wo '= wtth F3rnhardt man t to be the to wm out re rhey~'a 'I donY think oud wa y y q speeRv+ays .. -. .. ~ Dap~d" :Pearson wlth 10 tnston on tfye 8st'caunon and then go on" tim ia tlie pasl:' '- guy who'ttiok htm out: if be was ;~ io be the gUy who kept me =inthe]as[ss.racesoatrads-one Cup vfctones here o whi~ i th e - ~~. ` ° . ~~ . ne f tow q erae thikbt [ih~ll hd~ g . ,.n.aou the ~onse.eargonreastap~esar .' - mtie-ormore Fo'rd has won five came m the 1v79 S ' h ' ` , ; ou em 500 By t e niles Id gtdi f ofki~n dd` h2m h ' e.cretor. qu es tang:ot aver.. Jarrett concedes~ayave.; andBvishedone-twofourumes In when Pearson subbedi foran winningthezaceandtiehisrecord, ssomethrngto-besaidaboutsome but not much. Lice .:PO~Zea aSyaRa rPnr<''for addition ~ Ford has c tu ed 2I ~ mj r ~ ' - , ~p r : u ed R . udBer iR Iakelattd corrs ha t Jvm ;f h' meh:hhe h ,veoesttest- tat . te otecse'sv awarec of-30bosnbk~too fiveaa a e.: ~.>d4~~~e ~, _ _~. ~ .a ~ys._ ~ z..,, cy '. anA1 1...::.d.-..v_._~~_ . . T '~ '. ~-.. ...-........... --...~....~..~ .p.y.r n ,.. ~.. .. Nyy ule. 1YV 7]uC. 1WU<Mry .u1u... ul rwWUiK {1<ALSW LuLOC[uL . ..: ,. Cv/ . 1= : e6.. n. _.- .. ~i,- a ~ 1. Ra6 the ZO.. Z th[nIC Probab rs a ' ... . , . ..ml ,; .. ;:lRg:.. wtRR . . ~.. : . _ . ,. _ . .._.. , ,,, _ . _ , ." _ . . . . ... . c - , . _ _ . , uq mr R ~ thr'BannK 00210 M.t Ar.. FrltlaP D 48,68G AUG 30. 1996 N1964 ~{~//~/~ 4al~Vr.+PReSS CLIPPINCS
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52270 1887 " Jr. and Bobby~Raha1. F+an.nmrSU.nwr,s~..:~ . . ~ ' Dale Jarrett oredits exten; sive testing aad„some 4u5m"d j advice for the polehe w day'ui puzsnfSt ofa'Er bonus he would'colTect victory Sunday in the Sou . 5(10 `Certaintv that'naidf; . ~ ~1 .,. lot Jarrett said ot;Flfe that'made his rua seem oFp~;'~ . less ;:a rarity at:kWa•.,iv.1e Inte[4tationalRaceway + 'fhal And the 39-yCar41d JarrP > credited crew chiet Todd~Pac~ 'Ght q `-Jari'ett$~ . - . ~rd' r gs ' o1d - ° ~lth race.vr a, q : m 934 ne::prEqWCeWbg h8d Otp_r . tpiET<aast.':.,~moRt.tLr at „the . 1.368-mtle taack:e$ultedan just u~ second,polgsp~lus Wln.titon Jaret $ r t ~~~ .~~ q .. edgingthe~' . .. t•'~MQDte ' Cel'lo rof•.(} - _ $la4 ~.~ aosssne~ said7.••we ,... So.oux,tand: staof~j 1O~y1 ~Ill eoi- lected, ,yhg WSnatio~i'' eGt.Mri- ~ 1 Whraton8elec ~Ti=' won,the-D •54Q`*ndahe Coca-Cdla" !'put'tU5et t ia the sor R.J:-Reynolds1a,Wy;drfver ,!~5 w/nNng~.tej~ewc,touC~'cAx a majors;,ln, the`~ aame'3yesr' -; He ; ,~ Jar;ett:wlll.beK;trylr;ig'te~;collect § . 8"bOIIUS~o(j2ildEr~@$:SpOn- :!i sharewof-a~Sk3-, otr}_pnrse, ~ Ia sddltiotNtu•bth"'w![iger's "~ ve31r~*»-•. ~M wia-the- bonu$ whenp•.they' • ; ,ten:Waltfip and"ttie'Da:+ep~ AlliSOn:.- failed.,lRiat~eT?iPtB;t~ w as oere;ed:`2yw"~o ° -Dar f9&5,e~'tlrst?' E~_tv,i A-Ml C;Mlchael..4ndret- ~IMSAs Peorlan Irv ~Hoerr ' ' ' qua]IHed:overall. and !ll'st loth rogtsiona1 pole lor ver ' (3T$-1 For-the IMSArace a t Mplson in ~ot n , .~ , ~,qGn7ttytng lap_ or Dallas"on Sunday : Eliseo 6ala- , ;tS*t~a ,Herta is yar and Indy carownez Andy 3ry Al. Uaser Evans teamed up for the pole (. d.r-v hOrk il JoumB Star v..a. Md uu 6aSY1ft 070,724 AUG 31. 1996 LIj;ICjE N2392 }EESS[L}YY/NGS
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Nnelene, NJ Deily Journel ,A%a•%d 1081 Nn BaturEey D 1e,005 R(1G 31, 1996 ~~®® N8876 PF6SaCLIPPlNpb ~ . ..r' C; VPR*'p'~`~ l ~ Jarrett;oru~ ses'« r r v~. ~~ i.' 'A to Southern'poI ' ! ~.a •` ByMIKEHEMBREE, ~'. G.annettNewsServme DARLINOTON„S.C'= Dele Jarref~.~ . •-. made ttiejfastes~possible start ia hls';i run towerd a mi lfodoil'ars:FrtQaYl '-- winning;the'.pptd,lkIposrtiona,So. ' ,~..Southern °500;;wl,th,;:!!:~ rab@`r ` ' speedof170934tnphar,' r. ) Jarrett thus1 ' have an `, tered~vtetybfo glq~,'Ra~ . ,; front etret'eh Shc(ii a ~ ; the f9rat Jof'$8'1tt?laps~mpsea> ~ '' victory in'NASCtd~;r~"o ~ peedway eyent ~ wtul h~t ould+~arn ;' him the $lllctoq"~Se}eq illlofl",'?!s . , upnus payauler~O),aryurnver)rytp three of NASCAR sB1YF'aur eyeq The ac.hievem~~ ~as NitppPq ~~.~beceuae-Jarrett~lJ~d{lfon'anl! . pole' in his career (the 1995 I~ayt~n y. nr.a!C' . ; ., Jarrett's apeetL+~wbtch~astly tiroke ~~ ' theSouthern50oreEbrdqp167~ 6a :;• last year by Job~t Andrefti~ind~Saj `' 'that the Robert•. ~,'teel~R" ' ;{ r , : .ydid,its.ho pe t-to ~ forBS.y(I~g § yuntam D~w Southera'~time`= in repar ng or one o e ur ,'~`a'ff5a~rli n Racewa :^ biggestraceaofi_ts`~Eistencen~ Jarrett ran three STajla4Q~' nts~tt3t ' the line; and they are " .,;track lastweek,'experlm~t(lig ~ RQ RACING ~{ ' '?Jarrett ran his pole lap after a scary qualifyingand race-chassis setups, ~' t aceident. Pontiac driver Ward Burton " <"We were o~e}to,,whep we.te~rlte+~ was running:what.appeared to be a ~.here,andthls 8¢venmbrqexcitingtot_ topd9velapwhenhecrashedinturn know that we do have Wtrace.i, } ~s a' > four, slamMing the outside wall and - Jarrett said We came hepe to w ~h e; rupturing the fuel cell in the car. The '•, race. That's what~.we ekpect tb~~,Ho Pontiac came to a stop near the pit ~Startingupikontcertainlyt1~elpsqe:". ^ ' Jarrettiedge&.Jeff. Gordon, wtiose.n1'nD !tt~?rj, ry walt,fiamespouringhomtherear. ~'-wPn,t.tPr.mr.,r..P.n~,a. rhP.«,tPrwa~'j4~1~5 >~. As Burton jumped from the car, I'F-~CtOPYPItAt 1'1O RAAfll,BYlr,+tVP CLK tp unver nwKV nunu, wno was sranatng crackthe17obarrter-oncgnoteven ~,tj~~yl° ~ ~~.r.~ u..a.....s v Ia~.~~ rl}adream atdangerous-Darlfngton-' in - >o~ti,<r r a the car to asatat him Hurton was'not '~-;t5rst-roundqualifying. Mt~,j~21 . ~r mjured ~ ~Lhird, Ken o~"That makes'you think about it a Geoff Bodtne ••was .' SchraderYOUrth and Sterling.Marlin q,~iAK1eR a~1 ~x t httlemore,'Jarrettsatd."Wardhada - , . tSfth. 'T nn,Ch.vrola, ~sestary?tSJ great lap going. We knew he was going Twenty-five drivers • quaYifted "in Fordhp`lta 6}+ - to be fast1 l guess you can go for it, but ;'Friday's first round. The startinggr,id $ Ja+•ht09 inot all the time is it going to work ' for the race will be completed in an .!1F11:30a.m timetrialsessioASaturday ButitdtdforJarrett ~ ' : '; Among those drivers who failed,to1outjt Earnhardt said. "1 reckon thc "We probablypulled a different qualify Friday.were Bill Elliott (28th).. pYOblem ts I think'I'knoW more than ~.and Rusty Wailace(26th). `', "r'. the doctors.I justdon't fe~el good.lt's gear than alot of people," he said. 5!I~- DaleEarnhardt;facingatough,race takingalongtimetohealup;^ . ,Todd.(Parrott; his crew chiefi told ; i l~Sunday as he" tries to rechargerhis 'Gordonc called, Jarrett's? rFord ~ a me a.lot of people were driving hard .:r:effortinthepointrace,qualif5ed,~;2th guidedmtsatle ''- into turn one and washingg up the. ' i'and said he continues to be bothered T1tat"S@, bunch has theirr act to- track.-.I saw in testing that the harder :!t~by:chest and,shouldertnjuries:'suf geth'bY,'7~7te;~said ~"They,r,e";cahcen=•YOU~triedtogetin;theharderitwasto t~feredlastmonthatTalladega Ala.- trating`on thq<Wthston Afillion: We get back in the throttle in the turn. I' t~> "I'm hurt and tt's got me down;:but Idid stebFhere' We!re not in'amillion approached it a little differently and :i'yI'Il, get over it apd~4hgy~bette,r.kv.atch , d,o~t;,opi;}R to~put eyg~h(ng nn •let the car roll through the corner."; I
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Dale Jarrett'n_vIi Winston Cup v~ !years ago?onlr~ ; passed,Mark ;lapsl.remai Goodwrendx400tqpdsC VJinston G~ip'w.j "This team ~. Jarrett,,`- "~ weekontlie drive it and stay outr , d` ,°The; win move fourth p6ce xn ;pointsstariamgs;~ ' :;liehirid Mordon ?e 500,,Coca ! for Rookie of '; Bodine, Wally Dallenbaeh;; sad " fn fiist season Joe Nemecheki wiliAcompete. Parts ilmenca 150 at .• Sunday~s : vv~ench 400 ,the Stavola Brott~~~qInt1 Raceway m-Watldns Glen, . gut'brother,.Ward, : N.Y. . , ` W_.F~Pve Grissom, "Winstou Cup drivers Geoff, higlilightsinclud~e,•~ WntkinsGlen,N.Y:::Theywillfly lVFO wins 43to ~ from the ptevious-. _night's '_ o ~ p. t~~ood}{s S00 at BristoJ,"Tean. , . ~ end-;Raciii ~TM day, August 23,1986 Tlie NAS~ARBusch Grand;;; a aEaonal_- r'aoa',(.Stv tau wi11' and the~rickYard:44P~s~n~a~"~~,: 8~~.?3is-~ca~eesatrchi- ,in Bristol&yxj_ Starting;. aanolis.'3Lhe'is`abl~Fu~z"'?the~f 8~ .as~S~4~p~a~a~thec(~M';yw17l~indud~eWf~test±34~ Souther:6500oalsaboj3D ~thr ~uBhE~_~t~aZs ~plus fonry; ..end at 11D$tpII~.S ~hataldnt prOVyqlOnal8ba*(~ 0IIC71?ICIlt.l.~ ~. ius w o~ ' :` C ~t ~ B iIlbeo chSenesownerpoi ts ru~. ,,x,n on~ythes di 4 ~~" n to w~n t1~e ~ said Jtf ~o v o ked~ ~g rec ord w-~aset b ~ y on aprobl me;'t ~t iMaik~IvIarqn~i'n agFord, April 8, ° Bill Elliott,~n . other drFver to 1: least for o ~ ~r" q1994 TIis time ~yas 123.748 mpb IIullion. But~ol~t1>8~ ce $nf&h (15.506 secJ. ~ ~ d~~ ]a, 7~1 TOPTENFINI5I~RSM el ` u~ 9th'at~ 9 kt ' Saturdayi Auguat;24,1996 . Jarrett 2)XarkM&1ttint)TexTy?'"°"Jeff.was}w~-~SoufhBorton' The NASCAR,Winston.Cpp, Lajqpte ~) Ezrue 5) Jeff Va. on June.29,'1967 He i5 5 T,.~', Goody's500willbQheldatBriatol Gordon, B~; BobLi~r~~te; 7,) and weighs 160~pe Motor,Speedzvay`wBristol, Tenn. 'i JohnnyBensojtdd, 9) Jeffhad to~it~t~e bac E Defending f~liiam~ion is Terrx, Jeff $urton,l0}J imm~S~pencer f~Y ~!?on o z t~from Labonte. Ma"rk 11fax,tin holds the' TQPFTVEPOIIVT$LEItiDERS -tracksw~eu~ofdwea k er~~rd ` (jpalifyingr i~r:c~~~of125.093mph, I AE~E OF 31 EVIyNTS:-1) wasracingkarts*,'J zvontrack setAugust 1993 TerryI ~-3,137 2)(tie)Jeff dhampionshigsat .,' nt~ Simday,=,~ugust25, 1996"` . - Spruce Pina, NC Mihhell Nwrs-Journal AUG 21. 1996 k` " NC. and South~F s,S `' T' ""'~ Gordon and Dale Earnbardt - ~ r I~eay ar,ts, Amekica 150 ; 3,003, 4) Dale Jarrett 3000 ways befo~~ ~ to ~n NASC~iR Craftsuiant'Pruck Se- ,. Mark Mattin 2,702.. ; ston C1iF see~es~l~ ~ t" ries vv"ill held a~ Watkins Glery
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5i_70 1SS6 Evmrvtlle, IN snron~in. Mub.m baNNa/ 0 24,E8E RUG 31, 1996 N2496 ~~~~/~~~'!~/ ~.~1.1~YiG~ IRd.f 5 CL/IrINe] , Jarrett in pole po~sition for run 1j$1- million bonus ~ ichtgan Iwo weeka before HY A1 pearca miJ~ipu bnaus from R.P..Reynolds Inc. event record, but fell short of Ward a second sesslon. he won Neeyo¢ Neas Gery Aeu . for winuing iDree Of fou{major evenfa Burton's track record of 173.767 mpD. e~moog the ' name^ drlven wDO LDe 600. aD¢ted Wnth ihenezt weex~ aee t d thi t 1 th t en s 8r~o ar e s r tbi s JttlldhiPd"md[Dl'•ele[tlyY=BObby Hamllton end a sesson. •~arrecaesorcree Ys,, DARLINGTON WaR7 DalleabacD,.from tDe'Dale..:-. '. - S.C. - Now all Jarrett won the season-o and said he actuall sofbpedaled ' Waltrtp eWn , , , g y p .,. . Dale Jarrett has to do tomorrow is Daytona 500 in DaytoodBeach in Feb- through 1Lrne S and 4 on D'u lap. e Speed. Morgan 3Lepherd. Kyle '. ••Well, won Mich~gaa:' startea sh•ing together auother 367 lapa just ruacy and the' Coca-O,o]a 600 near . ••After wateDing Ward Burton spin "Jetf Burton and Rie1q Craven aiath Dut at Hrietol. sod wcr. like the two he..ran-yesterday Charlotte in May. At he'H get a andcrashlnTurns3and4; hesaid,"I. ~amengthebottom161 thepolef~ "one.ItD'mkmostfav.:: afternoon. . . E100,000 :"consolatiawupriae" from.m was Protmblya little easier through BurbnandJoeNem~*akeasDed, , rrant us.- ~- it, but ihey.tWak U.e Jarreit's best lapof 179.934 mph RJ. Reynulds for Da won two of there than I wanted to be. : ' , and Robert PressleY-e odds are ~ tt-^ was the fastest in EirsFromd 4ua¢tY- the four evenfs..- .. .. "The car had been Pushmg toward `~ car didn't even make an 'But~nt the fruat cettamly butwelmsllYfreedit gkempt. .. , .-... help. istoagheaougbuc fugforthe46thamualSOUtDern600at Wfththepressure afteraH :thewaRalldaY . , Darlingtan Raceway (noo¢, ESPN-Ce- noboQvywa¢fs toslartaDpr lingtonrace up. It was a little loose, but tDat's the . j" 7arrelt Lpu1y the fourth driver eli- der'[deal ndttions, and when tt.' " ble for fDe millton-dollar bouus. Bill black ia slicklike it will be Dle 27). It was the fust eteP fu what from dee on the~rW -jJarrett didn't w you get fast around here . . JarretthoPeawIDDeamitlion-0ollar fail.Hisb~tlapof28.78 secoadsbeat..~HehmdJarnett,Gordon,and:Bo, ttwonlt.aywinn7ngtheSouOtezn tnmorrow, downright and Dave '•Hyou at the baek or tnthe t WaUrl da t NASCAR' ld d 1986 b a t G ffB D 1 d i t % S Y u p a o es eo Od n the op 10 were cDra er, . . Y U: s26.84y sPa then me ea --- euParaPeedw4Y. ' Darelyheld up~wDen" eff Gordon's Ste=Rng Mazlm,•kfarkkisrtm, Chad.; ]lispa,xailed la 'BM,a¢d 93 .. udddle,^:.J- asSd,`:-w'you ba~q to . 1:It7araettwl~tke387,laPStack~car 28.788~eNndla LeH teborL .:,Lfttle.RickNastandHutSatieHia.AHraenY a~^^?e... ~ r-'.watch -a8aroundyo¢;We 'rett,he'IIearnappicbmatelYt65,000 Itwae'Jarretta-fiist ethisYear~.:.told.oalyfhefastest25madetbefteld`.;;. ,,,aIfI',petlevbinbif>foryandfate',~p`y.wantedto uau'thefron4YariQYOu .. ~lar-efropm . tbeanother a.nd .+t~fk--ceree~~Mpeesecond d.of-170,.~~34mphisaa'provlsionals Deing~determia~ed W eo-4 ~The~n~~$Oio#wvaMPtbe.~.~-tDm.'~u ' fathefro itDa¢ . . '. ..:-. -..n .:. . .. e....-•; ~. 1 . . . . ;. -- "A . -..:,_...:.- . A _.:: ~ ~ -~Y
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SroUcdak, AZ PROfiRES3TRIBUNE ;: Jarrett PAamu sla 1a.7m : sYndiY a"P" ~ -.sees big 52270 :796 ~ Bu Engine man Yates builds success Elliott In the NASCAR Of[enwhenwelookcloserat record pook Bobby Allison led the circuit witi with a vJl" the s°ccessful sPorts sta*s, esPe- 10 victories, six of [hem on supet- deB thellttl kno fi d e ~ y n ' We speedways, Includmg the South- SEP 1. 1996 taday in the ~e . re s some ed re t p tg e re. em 500. in 74, Cale Yarborough ~1CtUre Southent 500 Peymn Manning, Temascee's also won 10 times, one of the wins P t:9E "~l' as the onty supetyar yuarterback, bas a t. . Ped' the Sauthem 500. ~ _ - gree, nss, ot eomse, Is pretty otwm- After'75, Yates went to Die- ::Series points more a9~ ous: being the middle son of Guard Racin Ei ®~©'.esscctrrt.+= .Ntlnston - ArrJtieManning,thesouthem Bobb Allisonwonathecham1eion- _ :'valuable than bonus Sebet Million. icon of the late'60s who s[aned at WORW sh p w th Yates motors, one the b i - sixvittoriummingattheSouth- :ByMlkeHembree.. . . Ole Miss. ~ De,e,a,rrett•s pedigree is obvi_ Bof7 Moran em 500. :~G.esM1a'tbwa ... :4 . ous, too. His father, Ned, was a- ... two-fimeNASCARChsm- ~rnentery . Rir7terdPetrygothis20Uthvic- -- DARI]NGTON. S.C.. - _ ~°n' tory az iheFirectacker900in1y6a _.c . : Ahhough he is a victory shy of a •• .°'~ w rc>•F ~, . w •- - ~ ~..W .K v~•= •....,._ m a amca wtm a Yates-bmh ... ~. nship••. obvio,u. . overabngpenod,DaleJatrett Chevrolete~ ::~ ~: f~gn~rn~ e ~ ~~~~ '~ ~ emheGled tnbecco giant ItDaleJanettbecomes - willhavetoendurethebekethis By1986YStPshadacqu'nedt}ie :~etgt biggerin the Southern 500.  Wt~qe oarr.gua peoawxr. Rey°oltls will get to hold its - NASC4R's sacmid M~ton Doaar suocesals more due to machine t•mancial wherewithal to putchase -: - •ffe.k~slte of it of the last thne tass.ne pavenava tanqmn S.O. g!a^diose celebration . in the Man at today's Southern 500, he71 than rnan. - . the Harry Ranier operation and"" -;ha`challeeged the high banks of  wx¢ia Toasy. 11 ani (E9PM w~tmer's circle only if Jarrett can owe about $600,000 of that check -Atd,the man behind the car is form his own team. -•. :DaFangton-YTntereational Raoe- • T~ tw'wRmt: oe~a't°"ea• get there wIIhout putting his title to RobettYates. .. RohettYates. . : . - ~g rh~tro t~. M Poroltvm,md.noss4. - qSest in jeopatdy. Othetwiae, Yatesisownenbuilderot ' He'snotjnsttheunassuming ~~~doubtedhewauldbe... - xvdy.TGaven_ an'Jt__ .FpEt~NnwenwtPlDrt,taa_ -_race=sponsor Mountam-Dew wilf- Jarrett'sFordThunderbirdand '-...somo4Demer- le-loo ' .... :bdweengetoblingonavictoryor (to~Wa . bethebi wimuu • themastetmindbeJNndFord's ~ bOg~._,-ThiSwasamanwho.wldlenat aeenintho eT i hi g~re . s exacocommer- cvtt ng sracingteethdriving... . .-..' ,__,.__---. ~makinE a lare Net stoo that :-WOUId cCNent a bet[er finL4hing - . az*nasw.ca, wmpeunon +~s....+nw+.wn,w.nu„nc~uaes aats. .moo11st1meonba<hroadsefNotth :y(fiaition in the TranSOUth 400. thesameyeare figures to oome from defendingtheT-BirdpilotedbyPrnielrvan. Whenitcomestobuildingmce Carolina,didshowhir.adngacv- .,?aRett mlled the dIce- . Jartett has done everything series and race champion Jeff He's not a self-made milGon- enguies he's a genius. . mrn in a storybook feshion, bui,l51- .-He Wst. and a 15th-place tlnish ~le to put himself in position Gordon, who in viaory would aire owner like Rick Hendrlck, He got his start In NASCAR at ing fast cars for the streets of :~aast him about 25 points in the . to win. Precise testing on the join Dale Farnhmldt as a winner ~ who has a mtdti-billion dollar age 24 in 1967 when he worked in Cbarlotte. He knew he had a gift., ,~Wuuton ptp chempionshiP °mt~smostdiHiculttrackledto of three straight Darlington automobtleemphe(mostlyChev- fabledHolman-Moodyshop.Io -andstudtedmechanicalengineer ~:battle. a race record qualifying speed of races. - . rolet dealetshi~), orRoger Pen- '68 and'69. the 170.934 mph that put his Ford on - It could be a match iace of ske, who's made a fortune in Powetplants Yates ing at a technological school to "' KVe werc bokl at that time,° built were in the cars the great learn more about engines. '' the pole today. sorts, but when Gordon starts his au[o-telated businasses and ttnck ,.. ;~he seid 'They saked rne on the Bu[ the race is sen m. David Pearson drove to the cham- Holman-Moody. Junior •:ndio.'Wha[doYOUwamWdo?'I ~' ChevrolM on the Outside olthe leasing. pionships ]ohnson.P.ngines in cersdriven,, ..... ._... _ ..... ..... fotmer enghte man ttuned m"- That much has not ed as coveted prize in stock car racing. ~nt of the big picYUre~ ~~g Jarrett is fourth in pursuit of it. "It's ettin down to ctum fioneire owner of the two nwst ~ao becom~e'QO[,tty the second driveyr '~t was weh and good onship tlme: g he said, mindful feared rscets on the NASCAR dr- :ao [oDect the~pston Select M0. betsuse we were only five or six that £amhaNt ovetrame most of ~t 'lion. The bonus, 6anked Bill races into the season," Jarrett a huge points de5d[ to make the The success of Dale FarnhaNt, ;:-~Elliott in its inau nl by of said of the TranSouth strstegy. tide race close last yeaz. "We ,eff Gordon, and Rusty Waliaoe _J985, goes to the winner ~htee Now' we7e 22 mces into the ~QnY come on sttong at the end notwntMtending. the Yates Thun- season. We're only 127 points of ]ast seaso~n, and thaCS what we derbirds are the mrs any driver ;.of: [ourmajor NASG9R taces in yack- tVeYe got to look az that u.ant to do thisyear •• ' would give, well, a million dollars He built a special engine that IeeROyYarbrough drove to vio tory in the'69 Daytona 500. So impressed was Yarbroughs car nwner. Junior Johnson, he hired Yates in August 1971 when Holman-Moody began withdtaw- ing from the sport. . by David Pearson, Cale Ya,bor- , ough, LeeRoyYarbrough, Bobby~ Allison, Richard Petty. . . Folks, that's NASCAR pedi- gree- 'Rtat's why the odds favor Dqle Jarrett today at Darlington. In Yates' first full year building Bob Moron's column appears in' Chevrolet engines with Johnson, Sunday's 7Yibune
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Wetl Pelm Beaoh, FL Pelm Bcaah Poet Wu/ C.Im 6.sA /Atl Arn Thuqoar 0 1e7,e16 aUG 29, 1999 N192e . ,. v :•.c, .. . . . .: • rrett, now facing ' lzl ion f ervor r .; n, , , ~ ~. ,' ~e ~~Ated ~ass, DARLINGTON S 0. - Dzr- ~ ,~,is;ll Waltrip's planwas simple. . . ~ Sh's'1Ng:f"h ure;>e.as:go'ordte . .. --~- jbof4btfi;d on:qt8uyan , mN)edq 2o sehloY}tbe , r exend at;Darl n kaceway ~ d treaf th~.t,5 em' 5P~ like ~ : . .,. ~... . I;~Sipid-ay,morn_ a~--•.dwr.a~.ws.w.pyy~{y~ye..x..aYs: ss stry at racing history seven Elllutt ~errett ° " ... ears ago.,."When 1 got, tp;the ,, 'rF`,ack tha guysHooked idre~.they )arrett.came into this season d;seen ghostsc They wera{up- wiith career earnings of $5 million, ht,iandCwas:uphgitt~ % Flehasadded'another$2million Waltrip bit:'ttte'wall°Earlp` sii¢ this year. ,. .. ' . islied 22nd; Ieavuut-801~Elliott -.Mega-monevhas worked its a"s"the only racer to win three of -' way into Winston Cup racing. The j~rinston-Cup's four majoi races: sport paid out only $100 000 in its , 2 Now-Dale: )arrett ean~becbme . first series championahip 25 years ~ ~ ±ttfpsecondtobringhomEan'extra ago:with $40,000 to.the winner. . 31 million with a victorv Sunday in ' Now the ooints chamn gets : SoutherA 5011. .. . $1.5 million and the runner-up ~ V 'Jarrett wonthellaytona`500' $420,000, which is $20,000 more ~. .aitdthe Coca-Cola 600atiChar- . than Elliott earned for his 1988 .. 'lotte. The other major is the Win- title. -'. ision Select 500 at Talhulega...-; ,., Even if $1 million doesn't ~ e soundaqimpr ssiveasitoncedid ;WelCtip'aidJarrett inusttry s, ~t to cave in to the pressure:i, Jarrett says he still wants to be , +'K`~° Tf4t's.difficultwhen "~ne ' MiBionDolSar.eile.'._ the ~ , ` s:~,~iAfds'liuszingamuodtyrLvyesmYitdwThink how`lmany%good-race- angyouthatyouareraangforone teams have come through here . A_ hfllion dollars," Waltrip said,-1;;: ;'-and won eight, 10 races in a sea- Despite the sorry end ~ to his °son; but they haven't won three of "" ' t Millioh; ;•Waltip fo; hid sonncaser thoseure sa, ' e'to the Sout6ern $00 in 1992- _, ~ Charlotte my not be In a dspoiledthetwnuahO @sof the . p , IRL's futurerCharlotte Motor te Davey'Allison by-:wmniridthe..y c...ea,...... n._.:,,._. u. C"-°'•"""•.""•""-`... "Humpy" Wheeleracknowledged hi,AWson, fiaished fitth'in , the :. he' int t d i i i th b , s eres e n r ng ng e h l f ee edcars o the lndy ::~_a.1-...v..a. ua.,...,.,va em.:. open-w gpnacarand:nowownsJarretta, ~tlng"~e to ms track. ~dtd he dtdnot.real>ze the fervoc ' ~~ether the high-banked oval can a chase created until,he.got to accommodate the IRL machines is , _ , another matter. . never had hiblood es-~- ~~ °A big concern right now is ` whether the cars would bottom j-; e; but the morning of the ar ce 1 out whether they'd be able to ;~glt like my heart was hurting," he ~~e the variations in the 6ank- .~Sud. "I went to-thecare~center i here," Wheeler said. "That .and my pressure was abouidouble d t i h b presen us ~w t a pro lem +4'fi i .tatt nonc{,ally yfas' that would be awfully hard to fix." ~!1c:latere'~Wa3'~litUe,prES etre'•on .............:.----- e m us'wasoffe.Hehadcomein ChampionshipAutoRacingTeams Ili - alow-wst altemative to the - th first ear th $1` idtt wh8n be turned the tiick-in .. . """'"""`"`° °"' y`°' "' ~- ~ith nine victories and,wasdomi, consuknng ways to ex- hanteverywheret pand its schedule, Those plans i include the three 1.5-mile super- .~'w:~Whemhe crossed the 1ineat speedways owned by Speedway :Dadington, he instantlybecathe MtIAt M an "~MiOi Bill;"' o otsporta nc t ta otor i on. Dollar. - reapng ; Speedway, Charlotte Motor ~ fol- 7sorships and a strong fan S d S d T M pee way an exas otor 4wing'despitewinningJ'ustonce x+-the'1994Southern500-:Snthe Speedway. b9st fodr`seasons . . ,t(:..'My.main objective (mY985) ;..'~reas to coipe here, run',well and - `ll'nh race,ortunately we did, ;j te F" ;t:'said, ilThere's pressure within t,~ .: l4 but as long as you know '; o do, you'll handle it,"
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F,: Ik i I Mgnlicellg, KY Weyne Dgunly DuqouN wednerday 1116,000 N47822 ~®® ~ ARE55 CLIPPINGS SEP 4, 1886 ~ Dale Jarrett and: Jeff;Gordo were the two drivers most'ffan were mlking about prior to the Nn'' ning of the Mounlatq Dew l" Southern 500 last Sundqy De ~ Jarrett stood-to win $1~Q.ltllion while:Gordon was.th de champion:~ ct ~y Pole-sitter, Jartett was leadmqS the r1eld.by a subsmntial margm }~rjt~; but orf Iap:46: his no; 88-Suddenly~- veered^'up>screpinR the outslde~ a wall between mrns three and four J a0erhiuingsompoilanthetmak I., Japs,rememmgN,tht _ .. He,pitted several'times whiie,~tTwo laps Iater,~Skin~ryr hurried;repairs were made by the' a Oai When S,kiune(y crew.W, the front steering and sus s treck Ite was ljvo la ""' penaion, The Robert Yaks team~ ~f.flprt a 5 drd get their Ford Qyality{ Q racin Thunderbird back in conienj~o out; bulby„then Jarren wds,rhreeiap hg~ down.ry 1 was right where I wented l' seid,larrett. "Unfotpm beirjg tAe,Qrst guy also;mad~ the first one.l9 go through;,th (lt ypgFf {nepecausp; ~;kne ft I tled late in the race, but ~; ts~~aaUq~~Y( Cs >Ca~tPsJR n'f+nB <S(u ., crossC(I~Kdish line 5; 3Q ahead of.Stncklrp s Thundrrbw ; Daly,";E@rnhardt hit tl)S~y4(s)Q(t . wall late in the race, and;collecte'k°M„ Jeremy Mayfield in theI no 9F S'p Earnhardrfinished 121h r rJq„Jeff Gordon,q2) Hpt ,, , Stncklin-3) Mark Martin ~- ,, Schrader,i5) John Andretu . BobbyLaBontc, 7) Ernie Irvin1'8)` Jt;i Sterling Marlin, 9) Bill EI/ton,I p Mp/e ~ IakeSpeed + ..• +! Ge9rgo`~9 / SERIES POINTSLEAD,Jtmpty'$eps - ~ ERS, -~- AFTER~ ~ 23 ; OF ~1 ~~,0) Mike Blis! EVENTS: 1) TerryLeBome ~ i- TO$ y~'" .~ .3,382,_2) 7etf %rordon-3358,r3) P,O ZEAb ~ Dale . Jarren 3,291, . 4) S Dale#k0,/. Eamhardt-3221, 5) Msrk Merbn•yf,Harned r$, 3,052 $.1.~:~2~s,ap,~7aq~~ rDave Iteun des~. Bliss2 1?b' .H `DAVEREZENDES3}IN~ j. 4 EDERATED AUTO PAR'CS ~y ~ I I vh' }.~ig;"tt"i ~~-250ATNASHVILLE,t .;uH~LEryHAR11t0 Dave.,Rezendes , w4n ihc+„ I;,, BOB HA'RMON,'--~ NASCAR.Federated AutD„Parts. ;,yy .=AWAY1~ ' 250 at Nashville, USA SpeeAwey, . . Helen ,He~;q4 [;Saturday;~bUt Narry.'The Sandit"rhl,Seturdey ,~tqo Ing r~t' Gant took 4op honors trom the ),,,Preunlla Jtofp o {crowd: ;i t t . p,,ncss •,Sho}wegN?f) l Gant;~ veteran er rac a4c~HarmQn long=tm~ ., n. ,„, , Nashvilie before his 'rebremenl,a,er and Pregi~y_n~~ from Winalon Cup racingIn )994,~,,.MotorSpeedwey.'j~; ,-had...................... passed Mike Skinner with ~: ~/ .-..........-.-,..__ . . t pasl 10 years:' Gordon said. "To be offeted a ride of this caliber just 9er, deiiz adds to the excitement oflhe entire `~landmark process 1've;already begun the . tr ~~dm¢PPG Indy process ot moving to the Charlotte ~~ ~~n ddYer Robby area, and'I plan to work closel ..or.y on.ha5 bsen seleLtted to drive with the. guys in the shop to pre- $ CCb Lth b In fh 1997 92OJorsBt pare asest,caor te sea- : Gr~r~for lhe 1997 son." . 'flnilw~iofrune,n0y'rdrives Weekend Racing ndy-j@ar full time for the Thutsday,September5 . kef dam; '~capped off NASCAR-Craftsntan Truck Series, iJ ~car rece, Sunday; Fasmart 200 WHEREi' ,. Richmond r began at age , internatiorialRaceway,Richmond, compenngrn.VA 750-MileASphaltOval . tt;,,hear; his boy- ~. T1ME rRaceatarts at 8 p.m. i angotCount}, (EDT) ' • DISTANCE: 200 Laps, 150 gh~1990, he ~ Miles p'(f;li¢ad,«uck TV: ESPN (Live); Radio: ~lhaR..20 MRN s~ emhe . . .. ;~ tt'+Sp(1, ~ FridavSeptember~6 ,~ . , p bes: NASCAR Busch Serles, Autolite s)q;,;;• 'PlaOnum,250 ' '. Richmoqd eewaY~Aielpneed' r40R~tt (EAT),: - t 'CE 50 Lnps; 187.5 ui"MilesY Ssl}pi 1991, T4 "BSPN (Live); Radio: iapp~t9 t(teno. M N tt ~teg e~tq at - iAle ;,I~ss{ an a week Saturday, September 7, 1996. h, :ey A IJS~j( s°dem Gnish- NASCAR WINSTON CUP, f yn ihyrecc j. 29TH ANNUAL MILLER 400 ~' addtt,lonshe tia~ run m sev- WHGREi " Richmond ASCA72 CrnRsnian Trucl. Imernauunal Raceway Richmond, ~venls }ndtldinglirte mau VA ' ' E~pm ~n lQ9~ ;iDISTANCE 400 Laps, 300 p;yn mteh+ew t a tes said ` Laps ~pnled s,young Wd that uas 'TV ESPN(StartmgTime7:30 ung~r'~ We hap a team meeting (to. p:m. 6DT); Radio: MRN OriSiaerGordon and lwo9t hcr un-. . RACING FACTS: Rusty anud„Indy cer dmers)' and the ' Wallace-is~'.the defending chnmpi- .iltnRjunammous°{choice was on. Jeff Gordon holds the qualify- " 1+ c:.. ing record of 124.757 mph set in ~d 1$dMh1995 D Allit tes sel1e,w,e tmpresse 'arc, ..aveyson se . icommurpeqtiGor~oq was the 300•mile, rece ('ecord of rig 'rn ortle[ IQ~,.. come to407.709 mph in March, 1993. '4R iP 'n, , . .. .. t7,~lt:saw~fii5, 'co~tract° said RACING TRIVIA.QUES- st~yth's;,'And'he's,laking a.big TION;-'What is the name of iy~ut,Thal tells mee he wanls to Darrell Waltrtp s younger brother, here :~ who dnves the'Cngo no 21 FoN ItGo[don ts stbll und,pr contract . Thunderbird?'.'~ . , t hl~Fofd um4 Dccgmber 31 1996 • 1' ~ ~aor,rhe BCOR~of~yqQ tr`uck '~- ANSWER TO LAST 41 serlEd...• n{ ~"• ° : WEEK'S~ QUESTION: Derrike .\."Chts is the..6ulmrnmton of Cope ts.,the dr+ver of Bobby ha) I've been preparing for the - Allrson's no. 12: . .
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52270 1799 dwrench From P e 6A ~ ~ the leaders made their final pit stops under caution with 48 laps TremLe Cnal caution came with eight laps remaining after Earn- hardtand Ken Schrader collided near turn 4. Martin, who had been leading since lap 105, stayed out on the track, along with Jar- rett. Irvan and Labonte• ARer three laps under mution, -the restart came with 10 laps to •:got and the race was oB• ':.:.. Jarrett made an unsuccessful ?~' move on the outside with nine laps remaining. He finally grabbed his first lead of the day o,n the next lap, passing Martin between turns s and 4. With four laps remaining, Martin tried to reClaim the lead with a move in turn 4, but Jatrett held the line and wouldn't let hhn . by on the InUde. . Labonte passed lrvan with two laps left for third. - Martin, winless in Winston . - Cup racing this year despite five straight top-10 finishes, tried to move inside again on the back• . stretch of the final lap. Again, Jarrett went down and wouldn't let him past, It qas over. There are 10 races remaining to settle this year's Winston Cup championship, six superspeed- way and four short track events. There have been seven Ford su• ~ perspeedway victories and e(ght - Chevrolet wins. . . , ~ ELIINABT LAKE, WIS. DRE~TTI V CTO YERDR~ ~gA~llc . two turns from the end robbed Ah Unser Jr. of his first win in ncer• ly a year and handed longtime rl• val Michael Andretti the victory in Sunday's Texaco-Havoline 200. Unser took the lead 13 laps from the end during the last of five full•course caution flags in the 50-lap road race at Road America. He appeared well on the way to an easy victory that would have moved him ahead of series leader Jimmy Vasser by two points with two races remaining. . The victory seemed assured when Christian Fittipaldi, who was Ullser's closest pursuer, sud• denly pulled off course and perked on lap 45, the victim of an engine failure. That left teammate Andletti in second place, but trailing Unser by 2.57 seconds. Andretti, who now has four ® 11110331KEECEISS 4 back on the track and She)y took the lead momente latm• . . .. Caulkins,' who won the IRL in- ; augural at Orlando, and Michele I Arboreto were the only cars run- ! - nhtg on the lead lap at the end be- :fore the,dissppointinig crowd of &AW,., ~ The only suspense left for : Sharp at the end was about gas as t his on•board computer was not ; working. There was concern he didn't have enough left In his . Ford Lola to finish without a pit :~ stop, but Foyt gambled, and . Sbarp fhdshed with foar gallons atlllinthetank. - .. Sharp, 28, had started 22 Indy ~ car races, which inaluded-a tLll . seeson on the CARTT tow In-1sB4 when he finfshed 81st In the standings. ~ . ° .. . . . '. His best previous IRf, finish was a second atl.Yhoeni=. He was .: 11th In the first DtL race inOrlan- .do, and 10th In the Indy, 5500, . '.. Tke vlctory added another mem• orable Hntsh for Lim at the New : Hampshire eite: Elis ilrst Eacing ..-victory came when It was Bryar Motorsports Park 7rt 1884. In his , onlY other luce at th.,egtrerY sfnoe It was converted lnfo-a speedway In 1990, he finished u~pside down on . the backstretch ohYha, l2ttilap af a • ICannooelU. N.C CkavfoteL ' N(!S) We11Y Calla 6ach ' 9. (Oi) Ma PaWSiIMV RW- N •O WRi~ mitS.n(.u1 RiCkr aeven Nev~ ' 4Skmdi1 Iq CNa.. FoM,15; p0.~10. aitolq AI unsor Jr:. AIOU- ' L flll GaINONtlp C«la/Ir, bureh. Malne, ChWrolUL me, P-SS (n) Werd aurlan So„M ~aYONa N M PeNk9lAaf-'N.0..FOr0.m01nJRmpB, sp•165, BaNen. Va., Penliac IH~ cqee,U,enaWblWrF, SSt191 .. . • ,. .. 19, (IU Bobby HIIUnrMlo- (ml Par,brJehnstoN.l. 3. (3) . Mark ~MOrlin, b,q, T.wr. For4. 500, $19.nS. 1 Y. (SS) CMO LNIM SPOkonA~; RNmend, Ore.; Rmr0 q -Hen• Babavllle, Arb• Ford, 500, 20. (S9) JeremY MnYllcld, 1i'osh., Pentlec. 111 SIS raS. i dm O,er«I. -~ (~ '-31L1A. OwensUerm Kv., Ford, ON, rynnino. ' 12. (C1 Paul Trap. Canada, 115) TerrY LCNn14 CorPN tm~ili I n. (if) KNnY Walloce• SI. PN/kFA4lcaeH• O. Christl, Te.ae, ChmWN.106• fl. (30) Jim SnuleM1 Nec.Jalb LeulC, Ford, n, fU,Sn, hnm IS. (141 Adrlan FernnndeC, SSY,IB1. WIs..PNtiec.MO•S]SAtl. EIInk. Mnke,LUlo-HOnOwY. 4. (12) Ernie IrYen, Sa11nN, 22. (,) Darrell Wallrlp, I m. (1) nkk Trickle, WNtan - 14, (17) Rnul BNSN. Bro[II, C«If., Ford, ME,fn,n0. Franklln, Tenn., Chevrolet. SGB $ln RPPids. Wis., Ford, SI, 1{.t'nard-Fard,.l,elkclrlWl, S. O1 Jeff Goldw4 PlnfbYro, Sy,~p, - SI;Ytl, Mp/M. 15. (}41 Hlru Mnlwthltu, Ini, CherrN.E WLaN,ON. m. (111 Ted MuaarCVb b. (m) RustY Wallace, St. lacan, Lolo-F«d b, lrummis- b.(HaebbYLabenb,C«0us Ffenklin, WL., Ford. 199. Loul4Fore,n,nSA1S,NPMe- NN. CML11, Texas, SheYI01e/. LN, nS,ni . 40. (n/ GuY. Maralf, it (4) Chrntlan FIIIIOUICI, n1,Ptl- -}C -(OD oerrna Coae• Wausuu, Wis., ChPVre13L », BmCll, Lola-Ford, 44 engine L119/JO1mnlBimd4fM«M SNnawaY,WUN„Ford.199. a1fA1S,mY1nF. Bfllun, RaPids, Mlcch., Pontiac. 20% ny013- ' VI- (N) Robert PreqlW, - 17. (1S) Rabbv G«dN. Or• i1fiS1S. .-' --LS- (10) Michael Waltrlo, AsMlllor N.C•. CMnelea 5, em3, Ca1N., Revner0-F«d, sl, 1.1r01Rlakv'Ru4Q,CBNO-OWenaboro. RY:. FarS, 19f, Sp,{lbattkwll-Sq[akel.,.' INeb, vo. Fartl, mR tklL(. - 1(BSn. n. (m) l d-J, aan.s,-RoulnB 9, (1) Jeff Buflon, SoutB y, Snl NvIBNkkIIM1 CoMrq ~. iM1114 Cell/.. EaPN-TOYOIa. tL BNton, Va.. Ford 500. an,513. -(Oa., Fon/.lw• Sn,MS. LS~ NyymB.pn. .. . '10. (26) JImmY SNnNq. n,111)lNNwNCMh,LOkC- 'il'1,.(S) MICaNI AnlrNIL-I9 {lp Andre RIMNO, BerwN'AyPa.F0r5.]W,nLLLS. land, FIe., CMVrelel, IM, ~(amfNbPa.,LYIY-Fefd,m.BrWlblab'NO'MO'm'«ml''Yl. (Sn Mor9an Shepherd, n41/S•. - -1pq~1 9A. ' aA (13) Mark Blundell. Enp- CS.r,-N.C FerG., 900,. MMY.FM«myIWeSt4M5. "~ It.(9)6oWYROMI puplin.'~-(SMaur~GUNrlme, 12. Ibl Geoff Be01ne. . LL U1) Miko WallacF, St. Q1W RwmMAYrasNb 60. '. BieSII,ROVnarE For0,19,craN. CMmuno.'N Y., Ford, 500, La,IY•F«d,aw,nlASf. S• (t)AbKLanor0l.IlolY, rS. (n) Roberto MonN, $32.1~137 Bobby Ham11Mn. »• (4) Greg Sveb, Matlb RW~~^' m8rm11, LWCFaM, IP, tronNnlt NaM.111e, Tenn„ Penll tm:R, N.Y., ChNrolaL 1%, S~wl) SR~a ~ h m, S~• fiNiGNMoon.G«q0a, ~rV• - a, HS) JMn AMnin, InEI- `$(s) BrYan Herte, Inm• 1L craM. , 14. (I/) Bill Ellioll• Daw-«ePq4 F«A.116 n0918 m ahoNlis. Ind.. MYnerY-A4r-:36 (19) novY Jonn, Olan+ samIlN.Oa..Fwdaq,naa65.leml. .. ~'m"".. Drenk,Nw.,LOlaMercSON,tl aS. 1111 Kon SchraMq Foo- . n(9) Lak. SnNC JatCkson, ''~ li) JNnmv Voux, lns V9 croke. '• M.Ma~)C RMV~~~ irs.« ~ F«e.IN,n1,n0,eccl... rN~ RSrotml~PaNX~rw/ai_ a)5.12~~/MGil do a. q Brozll,krWNealhs,Ve,POneat.an,., »: ff) SletllnF Marlln, ~:HSv '~dF«a.SO 17. (16) Gala Eornhardt, . py.'(1B1JNMapaWN Mr.~~Ix - CdNIWa.Tmn.CMVreIFl,161 "lym)'7NnMenNlPorNk merk;:Penak.-Mercedn, n ~yB~~t;. II,AreMIM,EOYlsiorota.n u~•. .. . . . . .. ... . .~L~S~~.. . . .. ... . . . . . .• ' . . . . . . - - . GARTracelnfg94.' .~ :...-. J ~ ~ •.. , wins this season and 34 in his In- sending de Perran ekIClding into Bibeiro apparently did not see Stewart appared on his way to dy<ar career, closed within 1.22 one of the many grevel $1ts that . Maurlcfo Gtlgelmin, who was try. -' living up to ptedlctions of star- seconda-about 10 car lengths- line the course. The grpv6l ie de- ing to pass him The two pouaded /1om when he took the lead on the as Unsei• took the white flag, slg- signed to slow cars'when they - together, sending GugelmiaInto 42nd lap. Rnd by 65 hed IaDpeA the nifylog one lap to gu ,' leave the track, .~'. .. , teammate Blundell and carrying ~~ 153, he had two laps on Unser, whose last victnry L•ame As a cloud of dust~,covered the both of them into the guardLaB, . T,~ only thing that elowed him In Vancouver, British Columbla, . frackr irookie JanNagnlssen of :: Momente before Uneer's blown ,•~ a nleetklg wlth Buddy Lazler last September, appeared to have ~ Denmerk, filling In for inJured engine, Parker Johnstone, who on the 67th lRp and a raln delay . about the same margin when he Emerson Flttipaldi, bumped an•. .-had been.running In the top 10 ~~~ braked hla Penske•Mercedes other car and slid Into the Bamee most of the day, slid lnto the --- hard, drove off•-ooutRe into a grav. ' gravel pit, endhig his csce.. ,I grass and fllpped over,several BRAINERD, MINN. el pit and came back onto the Paul Tracy, coming back from ' times before ceming to rest up- :,shouider of the pack hefore p®rk• a fractured vertebrae that kept - side down. He was shaken but not FOREC WIN310TN TITLE OF THE Ingthecarwith:graysmoke.hhnoutoftworaceF,wastheneet•Inlured. . TEAR:JohnForceclatmedhis spewklg tMm his engtne, victim of the sllc& G'aek,spinning . lOth V41ory of ihe seaeon Sunday efght 7Yacya car was towed from Meanwhile, Andratti drove on and sliding Into the gravel on lap / ~ONDBN, N.H. . . at the 15th annusl Champion Au- Nationals at Brainerd t° the checkared Oag' driving hls Ford•powered Lola almsa the M- the gravel and he continued after SHARP TAKES IRL RACE:: Scott to Stores mtarnaHOnei Raceway. lah line O.Sf-seconlls, about seven a stop for thea - Sharp won his thst lmty car race Other winners were Kenny car•lengthe, ahead of the Rey- The next Incident came on lap Sunday and gave racing great ~,nstein,Warren Johnson and nard-Mercedes of Bobby Rahal. 14 when Greg Moore and Andre A.J. Foyt his first victory as an ,-~~--•~ at tbe {1169,a60 event, The 'winner averaged 102.547 Ribeiro, battling for ninth place, owner In the IRL True yalue 200 the 14th stop in the 1&raoe, $27- Alex came together,sBnd1ng Moore ca- at the New Hampshire Interna- nlWion NHRA Winston Drag Rao- Alex Zanardi, who started Qrom reening into the caMh3'encing. He tional Speedway, . the polb,-o04nd up third, fol- slid along the fence for several Sharp took advantage of run• . Ing Series• lowed by Stefan Johansaon, hundred feet, before going across away leader Tony Stewart's late Force, of Yorba Linda, Calif., Bryan Herta and Vasser, who the ireck and into the geavel breakdown and finished 20.4 aelr moved another step closer to his gained five points over the 10th- Meanwhile, Davy Jones lost onds ahead of Buza Caulkins as sixth Winston litany Car champi- place Unser, now leading by 21. control, slammed into a tire wall the IRL opened its second season- o~'P this ade ~with victory Only 11 of the 2g'starters were and turned upside down. Safety Sharp and Caulkins were co- Force, No. 1 qualifler, cov rlmniug at the end of the 4-mile, workers turned the car over and championa In the IRL's first Bea- ~~ 9~~ ~~ 5~~ 11-turn road circuft. Jonea was ahle ta unsfrap himself son that ended In May with the onds at 303.13 m h in his Castrol The crashing began at the first and vralk away without tldury, Indy SoO. GTR Pontiac to defeat Pedregon, turn of the first lap as GB de Fer- The worst accldent of the dey Stewart was leadingby two 5.2H0 and ?A8.1?. ran, who started on the outside of occurred on lap 18 when Mark laps and appeared en route to an The runner-up finish moved the front row, tried to get around Blundell passed Ribeiro and the overwhelming victory until elec- Pedregon Into second place in the 7anardl on the outsWe, Brazilian tried to immediately trical problems sent him to the standings, Just In front of his The two cars bumped hard, get back around the Englishnlan. pits on the 1g2th lap. He never got brother, Cruz. I

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