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Chevrolet Monte Carlo drivers win first four races of the season!
Cracker Barrel Old Country Store 500, 3-11-01
In an amazing finish, Kevin Harvick beat Jeff Gordon to the line by .006 seconds to win his first ever WC race. Harvick took the late Dale Earnhardt's Goodwrench Monte Carlo to victory lane in only his third attempt. Harvick paid tribute to Earnhardt by taking a Polish victory lap while raising three fingers out the window.
Top Ten
1. Kevin Harvick
2. Jeff Gordon
3. Jerry Nadeau
4. Dale Jarrett
5. Terry Labonte
6. Ricky Rudd
7. Johnny Benson
8. Ken Schrader
9. Mike Skinner
10. Kurt Busch
It doesn't get much closer!
UAW-DaimlerChrysler 400 at Las Vegas , 3-4-01
Jeff Gordon wins the race and a million bucks to boot. Not bad for 3 hours' work.
Top Ten
1. Jeff Gordon
2. Dale Jarrett
3. Sterling Marlin
4. Johnny Benson
5. Todd Bodine
6. Mark Martin
7. Steve Park
8. Kevin Harvick
9. Ron Hornaday
10. Jimmy Spencer
Dura-Lube 400 at Rockingham 2-26-01
1. Steve Park
2. Bobby Labonte
3. Jeff Gordon
4. Tony Stewart
5. Ricky Craven
6. Johnny Benson
7. Rusty Wallace
8. Sterling Marlin
9. Dave Blaney
10. Dale Jarrett
Steve Park held off Bobby Labonte in the closing laps to win the Dura-Lube 400. It was Park's first win of the season and the second of his career. Park was emotional in victory lane and credited his success to Dale Earnhardt. He also took a Polish victory lap while holding a #3 hat out the window.
Daytona 500, 2-18-01
Congaratulations to Michael waltrip for finally winning a race (the Daytona 500 no less). It's very unfortunate that it came under such circumstances.
Top Ten
1. Michael Waltrip
2. Dale Earnhardt Jr
3. Rusty Wallace
4. Ricky Rudd
5. Bill Elliott
6. Mike Wallace
7. Sterling Marlin
8. Bobby Hamilton
9. Jeremy Mayfield
10. Stacy Compton
...to the track...
From the street...
...Chevy rules!!!
On May 12th, 2000, Adam Petty lost his life in a crash while practicing for the Busch 200 at New Hampshire.. His #45 Sprint Chevrolet hit the wall in turn 3 at over 130mph. He reportedly died at the hospital of head trauma. He was 19 years old. Adam was well liked, and he will be sorely missed by friends and competitors alike.
Lee Petty
Here's a few links to my other pages...
Click here to go to my Dale Earnhardt tribute page. It's not much, just some nice pictures I found.
Click the RCR logo to see the pitures from my trip to the Childress race shop and museum. (Lots of pictures; may take a while to load)
Click the SS logo to go to my personal Monte Carlo SS page.
During the weekend of Jan. 14-16th, I went with my friend "Perfecthair" (visit his page) to the Winston Cup preview event in Winston Salem, NC. The pictures from that trip (pilgrimmage?) are now on-line at the NASCARjunkyz Show Car Page.
Visit my new page to read my NASCAR-related Tirades, Candid Opinions, and Maniacal Rants.
Since the 2000 season is upon us, I've moved some stuff to my new 2000 Monte Carlo Page.
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