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Dale Earnhardt Jr.’s Swan Song In the No. 3 was Everything It Was Supposed To Be

“If you didn’t win it was, ‘What a waste of time, why’d he do it?’” No time wasted here. After two years away from victory lane in any of NASCAR’s top three divisions, Dale Earnhardt, Jr. is once again a winner. Fittingly, he did it driving with his famous father’s No. 3 adorning the car. It was a monumental occasion. Even if Earnhardt wouldn’t have won, the allegiances forged for this one race made it so. Richard Childress, the man the late Dale Earnhardt, Sr. drove for during six of his record tying seven championship campaigns in NASCAR’s top division, once again fielded a race car for the younger Earnhardt in the Nationwide Series.  It was the first time since 2002 that t...

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