Chase wild card? It's gotta be Dega
CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- Four laps remained, and Dale Earnhardt was buried in 18th place. Barring a miracle, his bid to win for the 10th time at Talladega Superspeedway was over.
Then it happened, one of the most spectacular moments -- maybe the most spectacular moment -- in NASCAR history.
Earnhardt got into the high lane and hooked up with several cars to form a zigzagging freight train to the front. The "Intimidator" passed Jeff Gordon, Joe Nemechek, Matt Kenseth and ...
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