Win a Great New DVD: Dale Earnhardt’s 10 Greatest Wins

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Win a Great New DVD: Dale Earnhardt’s 10 Greatest Wins

A&E Home Video has another of its terrific NASCAR DVD collections out and we have five sets to give away to worthy OnPitRow.com readers. Dale Earnhardt Sr. fans especially need to jump on this one. Here’s what A&E has to say about their latest masterpiece.

He was called "The Intimidator," "The Man in Black," and "Mr. Restrictor Plate." He was a champion, a mentor, a hero, and a true American icon who was perhaps the greatest driver of all time—Dale Earnhardt—and the mention of his name provokes powerful emotions in race fans around the world.

On Oct. 28, A&E Home Video and NASCAR® Media Group unveiled DALE EARNHARDT 10 GREATEST WINS, a commemorative souvenir that provides both a tribute to the icon’s competitive fire and a showcase that displays the essence of a hard-driving, world-class champion. Featuring the most memorable wins of the driver that defined NASCAR and etched his place in history, this unprecedented five-disc collector’s set is a must-have for any racing fan.

Across 10 classic races, celebrate the man in the bucket seat, from his first very first checkered flag behind the wheel of his legendary black No. 3 Chevrolet, through his final victory—with some historic, mind-bending, memory-making, heart-pounding races in between! Buckle up and let 'em rip!

The 10 featured races in this collection include:

 

1984 Talladega 500Talladega Superspeedway

First win driving No. 3.

 

1987 The WinstonCharlotte Motor Speedway

Fearless? Innovative? The Pass in the Grass.

 

1989 Southern 500Darlington Raceway

Victory over Darrell Waltrip; Ralph Earnhardt was inducted into the Darlington Hall of Fame the Thursday before the race.

 

1993 Coca-Cola 600Charlotte Motor Speedway

First race to finish under the lights; two penalties, lap down, victory over Jeff Gordon.

 

1995 Busch ClashDaytona International Speedway

Sixth and final Clash victory for Dale Earnhardt.

 

1995 Brickyard 400, Indianapolis Motor Speedway

Earnhardt enters the victory lane of this world-renowned track.

 

1995 Save Mart Supermarkets 300Sears Point Raceway

First and only road course win.

 

1998 Daytona 500Daytona International Speedway

Finally! After 20 years on the legendary track, Dale takes the flag and his first Daytona.

 

2000 Cracker Barrel 500Atlanta Motor Speedway

Guts and Glory—a photo-finish victory over Bobby Labonte.

 

2000 Winston 500Talladega Superspeedway

Driving hard, he moved from 18th to first over the final three laps to capture his final victory.

When No. 3 took to the track, fans stood, cheered and watched his every move. This definitive piece of memorabilia, from arguably one of racing’s greatest and most beloved champions, will help keep Earnhardt’s memory alive for future generations of racing fans.

 

Bonus feature

Exclusive footage of Dale and his father Ralph’s induction into the International Motorsports Hall of Fame.

 

So, how do I enter, you ask? Here’s how. In the comment section of this post, tell us your most memorable Earnhardt moment. You don’t have to be a fan of Senior. It could be your own favorite Earnhardt win or maybe the thing he did that so ticked you off, that you hated him from that moment on. Just tell us a story.

 

And here’s how you win. The folks at A&E Home Videos have provided us with five copies of the DALE EARNHARDT 10 GREATEST WINS DVD set. We’ll use our random drawing method to determine the five winners from the comments submitted. We will stop taking entries at 11:59 pm CST on Friday, Nov. 28, 2008. Good luck!

 


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