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Driver #8 Mass Market Paperback – December 1, 2002
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Earnhardt is the son of NASCAR legend Dale Earnhardt and the newest star of the racing family dynasty. He is a two-time champion of the NASCAR Busch Series and was the first rookie to win NASCAR's all-star race, the Winston. After his father died in the 2001 Daytona 500, he returned to that track five months later and won the Pepsi 400.
Whether you're talking about father or son, the name Dale Earnhardt IS NASCAR. DRIVER #8 is Dale, Jr.'s, story--telling of how he reached the pantheon of auto racing. David Thomas's reading fits the author and his story well. His Southern voice and down-home charm recount how Dale, Jr., handled growing up amid his father's fame and how he worked to create his own identity. This book is not just for fans. It's an easy listen about auto racing and its personalities, who have more impact on popular culture than spectators might imagine. D.J.S. © AudioFile 2002, Portland, Maine-- Copyright © AudioFile, Portland, Maine --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
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DON'T get this book if you are looking for a "life story" about his childhood or a biography about Dale's life after losing his dad. Although he touches on it in the Epilogue, this is a book about Dale JR, not SR and as Jr says in the beginning, that book may be coming years down the road.
I'm proud to be a fan of one of NASCAR's rising stars and this book will make the upcoming 2002 season all the more enjoyable.