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Dale Earnhardt Jr NASCAR Sports Art Canvas Poster Print
Dale Earnhardt Jr NASCAR Sports Art Canvas Poster Print

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Dale Earnhardt Jr NASCAR Sports Art Canvas Poster Print

The unique print on Rolled canvas is signed by the artist
There is a 1-2 inch white border around image on all canvas to allow framing without the need for matting.
Stretch Framed Art will have black border that wraps around side

Dale Earnhardt Jr. possesses one of the most familiar names—and faces—in the world of stock-car racing, but he has yet to become a top-ranked champion driver for the National Association for Stock Car Auto Racing, better known as NASCAR. Much of his fame stems from his family name: he is the son of the late Dale Earnhardt, one of NASCAR's most beloved stars. Since his father's death from a crash during the 2001 Daytona 500, the younger Earnhardt has had to make his own way: as a driver, as a grieving son, and as a celebrity. He has won several major races in NASCAR's premier racing series, the Nextel Cup (formerly known as the Winston Cup), including the Daytona 500 in February of 2004. Earnhardt is one of NASCAR's most popular drivers. He has a devoted following among race fans, many of whom started out as fans of his father. However, Earnhardt has, in his own right, captured the hearts of millions with his racing talent as well as his easygoing, regular-guy personality.

Earnhardt was born into a racing family. His father, Dale Sr., known as the Intimidator, was a seven-time Winston Cup champion and winner of seventy-six races in a career that spanned more than twenty years. Dale Sr. went into racing to follow in his own father's footsteps; Ralph Earnhardt was the 1956 champion of the NASCAR National Sportsman division, now known as the Busch series. "I wanted to race—that's all I ever wanted to do," Dale Sr. proclaimed in a profile of the Earnhardts at NASCAR.com. Dale Jr. clearly inherited his father's passion as well as the racing mentality and incorporated it into his own life. At NASCAR.com Dale Sr. recalled taking his son gokarting when the boy was about ten years old. At one point as he raced around the track, Dale Jr.'s wheel was clipped, the go-kart spun out of control, and the boy went flying. His concerned father raced across the track, but the boy jumped up and immediately asked about his gokart. Dale Sr. recalled, "The only thing he was concerned about was 'Where's my go-kart?' That was a pretty awesome sight, I'll tell you."

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