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Dale Earnhardt and the Most Intimidating Drivers in NASCAR History

Dale Earnhardt was the master of intimidation in NASCAR racing.  He was able to drive a car beyond its limits and he would either drive past his competitors or move them out of the way on his way to the front. He was aggressive with his driving style.  His moves on the track were often controversial, but his talent behind the wheel was unquestioned. Earnhardt won seven NASCAR Winston Cup (Sprint Cup) titles in 1980, 1986, 1987, 1990, 1991, 1993 and 1994.  The last six championships were with Richard Childress Racing. In 1987, Earnhardt won four consecutive races and won five out of seven races. The nickname "Intimidator" came about with his famous "Pass In the Grass" after spinning Bill Elliott out in the final segment of "Th...

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