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* Dale Earnhardt ( 1980, 1986, 1987, 1990, 1991, 1993, and 1994 ) three title repeats.
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Dale and Earnhardt
Ralph Dale Earnhardt, Sr. ( April 29, 1951February 18, 2001 ) was an American race car driver, best known for his involvement in stock car racing for NASCAR.
In 1971, Earnhardt married his second wife, Brenda Gee ( the daughter of NASCAR car builder Robert Gee ), with whom he had a daughter, Kelley King, in 1972, and a son, Dale Earnhardt, Jr., in 1974.
Earnhardt once again came close to a win at the Daytona 500, and dominated Speedweeks before finishing second to Dale Jarrett on a last-lap pass.
1996 for Earnhardt started just as it had done in 1993 – he dominated Speedweeks only to finish second in the Daytona 500 to Dale Jarrett for a second time.
Earnhardt did not win again in 1996, but still finished 4th in the standings behind Terry Labonte, Jeff Gordon and Dale Jarrett.
Before the 1999 season, fans began discussing Earnhardt's age and speculating that with his son, Dale Jr. getting into racing, Earnhardt might be contemplating retirement.
* In 2010, Dale Earnhardt was one of the five inductees in the inaugural class of the NASCAR Hall of Fame.
* Every three years since Earnhardt's death, someone associated with Earnhardt has won the Daytona 500 ( his son Dale Earnhardt, Jr. in 2004, Earnhardt's replacement Cup driver Kevin Harvick in 2007, and Earnhardt Ganassi's Jamie McMurray in 2010.
In 2004, ESPN released a made-for-TV movie entitled 3: The Dale Earnhardt Story which used a new ( but similarly colored ) No. 3 logo.
Dale Earnhardt Jr. made two special appearances in 2002 in a No. 3 Busch Series car: these appearances were at the track where his father died ( Daytona ) and the track where his father made his first Winston Cup start ( Charlotte ).
Dale and 1980
Dale Hoak concluded in 1980: " given the circumstances which he inherited in 1549, the duke of Northumberland appears to have been one of the most remarkably able governors of any European state during the sixteenth century.
* Hoak, Dale ( 1980 ): " Rehabilitating the Duke of Northumberland: Politics and Political Control, 1549 – 53 ".
The band was founded in 1980 in Los Angeles by guitarist Warren Cuccurullo, vocalist Dale Bozzio, and drummer Terry Bozzio.
LD was introduced by the NFL at the National Tournament in 1980 by Dale McCall, and has become a ubiquitous feature of high school debate tournaments since.
* In 1980, Dale was portrayed by Melody Anderson in the film Flash Gordon, produced by Dino De Laurentiis.
In 1980, Coleman served as producer and composer for the circus-themed Barnum, which co-starred Jim Dale and Glenn Close.
In addition, race winners Dale Earnhardt ( 1995 ), and Bill Elliott ( 2002 ) are also past Cup champions, Earnhardt in ( 1980, 1986, 1987, 1990, 1991, 1993, 1994 ) and Elliott in ( 1988 ).
Curb was also a sponsor for Dale Earnhardt during his 1980 Winston Cup championship winning season, and sponsored Darrell Waltrip's # 12 Toyota Tundra in the Craftsman Truck Series, driven by Joey Miller in 2006.
Entering 1980, Cox made one of the unusual moves for which he is known, moving power-hitting first baseman-catcher Dale Murphy, who had developed a throwing block as a catcher that hindered his ability to play, to center field.
From 1980 to 2009, Dale Earnhardt, Inc. ( DEI ) operated as a NASCAR-related organization in Mooresville, North Carolina, United States.
In 1980, Dale Messick retired from drawing the newspaper strip Brenda Starr, and Fradon became the artist for it, until her own retirement in 1995.
She is also known as an actress, with her most high-profile role being Dale Arden in the 1980 adaptation of Flash Gordon.
Dale and 1986
His research in cognitive psychology has won the Early Career Award ( 1984 ) and Boyd McCandless Award ( 1986 ) from the American Psychological Association, the Troland Research Award ( 1993 ) from the National Academy of Sciences, the Henry Dale Prize ( 2004 ) from the Royal Institution of Great Britain, and the George Miller Prize ( 2010 ) from the Cognitive Neuroscience Society.
In 1986, Gordon starred in the movie Round Midnight as ' Dale Turner ', an expatriate jazz musician much like himself ; the role might even be a thinly veiled biography of him, though Lester Young and Bud Powell were its main inspirations.
Faubus sought the governorship again in 1970, 1974, and 1986 but was defeated in the Democratic primaries by Dale Bumpers, David Pryor, and Bill Clinton, respectively, each of whom went on to defeat Republican opponents.
From his first marriage ( 1973 – 1986 ), to Susan Dale Otchis, Wilson is also the father of another set of twins ( also a boy and a girl ), Sabrina Cecile and Joseph Charles, who were born in 1979.
The former " Barn Auditorium ", " Total Learning Center ", and " PTL Television Network Studios " were sold by Coulston Enterprises in April 2009 to Charlotte-based The Broadcast Group, a multimedia production and training company founded in 1986 by former PTL Television Network executive Dr. Dale Hill.
He was replaced by Michael Dale, who departed in 1986 to become Head of Events for the Glasgow Garden Festival.
The Fringe's own position on this debate may be summed up by Michael Dale ( Fringe Administrator 1982 – 1986 ) in his book Sore Throats & Overdrafts, " No-one can say what the quality will be like overall.
The band followed up with the more conventional Color In Your Life in June 1986, but during the short-lived promotional tour, increasing tensions between then-husband and wife, Terry and Dale Bozzio, led to the end of the tour and the band.
The band followed up with the more conventional Color In Your Life in June 1986, but during the short-lived promotional tour, increasing tensions between Terry and Dale Bozzio led to the end of the tour, the couple's marriage, and the band.
Ruthless People is a 1986 black comedy written by Dale Launer, starring Danny DeVito, Bette Midler, Judge Reinhold, Helen Slater and Bill Pullman as a supporting role in his film debut.
Scholars such as Peter N. Dale ( 1986 ), Harumi Befu ( 1987 ), and Kosaku Yoshino ( 1992 ) view nihonjinron more critically, identifying it as a tool for enforcing social and political conformity.
In 1986, Hutchinson challenged popular Democratic U. S. Senator ( and former governor ) Dale Bumpers.
* Selected Poems, translators: Czesław Miłosz and Peter Dale Scott, with an introduction by Al Alvarez, Penguin Modern European Poets, 1968 reprinted by The Ecco Press in 1986.
* 1986 " Dirty Den " ( Composed by David Rose & Sung with Toby Dale, released under the name ' Whiskey and Sofa ') Spartan Records
The CEOs have been: Earl W. Chapman ( 1932 – 1956 ); Edward K. Coombs ( acting, 1956 ); William E. Payne ( 1956 – 1974 ); Carl J. Blechinger ( 1975 – 1983 ); Sidney C. McCausland ( 1984 – 1986 ); Kenneth G. Thomason ( acting or interim, 1987 ); Dale M. Hanson ( 1987 – 1994 ); Richard H. Koppes ( interim, 1994 ); James E. Burton ( 1994 – 2002 ); Robert D. Walton ( interim, 2002 ); Fred R. Buenrostro, Jr. ( 2002 – 2008 ); Kenneth W. Marzion ( interim, 2008 – 2009 ); and Anne Stausboll ( 2009-Present ).
He raced in Formula 2 in 1983, in Formula 3000 in 1986 and 6 starts in CART from 1987 to 1989 for Dick Simon Racing and Dale Coyne Racing.
In the 1986 film Round Midnight, the fictional main character Dale Turner, played by Dexter Gordon, was partly based on Young-incorporating flashback references to his army experiences, and loosely depicting his time in Paris and his return to New York just before his death.