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Dale Jarrett

1956-11-26 (age 63)

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Elliott, Busch clash would turn “ugly” in normal times – Jarrett

NASCAR Hall of Famer Dale Jarrett believes that the late-race clash at Darlington Raceway, in which Kyle Busch wrecked Chase Elliott, would have sparked “ugly” scenes on pit road but for the sport’s reaction to the Covid-19 situation.

Jarrett slams “consequences” of Talladega manufacturer orders

NASCAR Hall of Famer Dale Jarrett has hit out at manufacturers threatening their drivers with consequences if they don’t toe the line when it comes to team orders in winning today’s delayed Cup race at Talladega.

Robert Yates reflects on Hall of Fame career with posthumous speech

Before Friday night, Doug Yates had never heard one word his father’s NASCAR Hall of Fame induction speech.

Where are they now? – Ernie Irvan

The popular driver survived two major injuries and now enjoys retired life with his family.

Looking back on Michael Waltrip Racing's short, but eventful existence

All the focus was on the Sprint Cup title fight at Homestead, but in the background of the title decider was the end of Michael Waltrip Racing.

Dale Jarrett thinks Matt Kenseth has said enough about his suspension

Suspended NASCAR driver Matt Kenseth spoke out for the first time this weekend but former champion Dale Jarrett thinks he would have better off not doing the interview.

Richard Childress Racing's No. 31 team moves on

Veteran crew chief Todd Parrott will oversee team's effort this weekend at Bristol.

Richard Childress Racing reacts to appeal outcome, names interim crew chief

Todd Parrott, the 1999 championship-winning crew chief, will take the place of Luke Lambert on top of the No. 31 pit box.

What to watch for in the Sprint Unlimited

Tonight's exhibition race kicks off NASCAR's 2015 season.

RCR names Daytona 500 crew chiefs for Ty Dillon and Brian Scott

Todd Parrott and Slugger Labbe will be back on the pit box for Speedweeks.

Berrier joins JGR

Veteran crew chief Todd Berrier assumes a managerial role at Joe Gibb Racing.

JRM unveils 2015 crew chief lineup

Hendrick Motorsports veterans Dave Elenz and Jason Burdett bring their expertise to JR Motorsports

Roush Fenway Racing provides fresh start for Sadler

Elliott Sadler looks forward to reunion with Phil Gould

Rookie sensation Kyle Larson set to collect ROTY honors

NASCAR HOF'ers Rusty Wallace and Dale Jarrett discussed Kyle Larson and his remarkable 2014 debut.

Danica Patrick racing a special car at Martinsville

Hundreds of names of those affected by breast cancer added to paint scheme.

Terry Labonte says so long

After 37 seasons and 890 NASCAR starts, the two-time champ is hanging up his helmet - for good this time.

Start the merry-go-round

Changes in Joe Gibbs Racing's crew chief lineup are inevitable.

Rudd recounts Brickyard 400 win

For Ricky Rudd, win at Indianapolis Motor Speedway stands above the rest.

Streaking Ford teams set sights on Chase

The last time Ford won four consecutive Cup events was 2001 with Dale Jarrett and Robert Yates Racing posting three of the four victories and Elliott Sadler the other for the Wood Brothers.

Masters of the game: Terry Labonte

In Part Two of Philip Pegler's 'Masters of the Game' series, he will highlight a racer they called the 'Iceman.' No, not Kimi Raikkonen...we're talking about two-time NASCAR Sprint Cup champion Terry Labonte.