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The driver of the Air Force car No. 21, , held off the challenge of No. 8 Dale Earnhardt Jr. during the running of the held here Feb. 17. Mr. , who finished in 5th place, will start in the 11th position for the , which will be held here Feb. 20.
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Have you ever wondered what it is like in the life of a Nascar driver? Well, in Driver #8 you get to sit in the passenger's seat for a ride through Dale Earnhardt Jr.'s rookie season in Nascar's top series. This is not his autobiography by far. It will be a while before that becomes realistic. In Driver #8 Dale tells about dealing with family on and off the track. Like on the track he has the voices of his uncle and crew chief Tony Eury and cousin and car cheif Tony Eury Jr. in his ears all race long. Off the track he deals with his mother Brenda, sister Kelley, step mom Teresa, and half brother Kerry. But of coarse both on and off the track his father Dale Earnhardt was always there. After the 2000 rookie season the book ends after a last lap crash in the Daytona 500. 'I completely believed that the dream would come true. Then the last lap of the race turned into a nightmare. I lost the greatest man I knew, my dad.' This is a great book for everyone and anyone, Nascar fan or not. This is one of my favorite books of all time. Why not make it yours.