Nascar drivers similar to or like Dale Jarrett
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Sentences forDale Jarrett
- During the September 2003 SYLVANIA 300, an incident occurred at this track involving Dale Jarrett where his wrecked race car brought out a caution flag.
- Stewart appeared in several UPS commercials in 2002 and 2003 as a consultant for Dale Jarrett to convince Jarrett to "race the Big Brown truck".
- For the Busch Series in 1995, Martin won 3 races, including the controversial Detroit Gasket 200 where Dale Jarrett won before being disqualified, handing victory to Martin.
- 1996 for Earnhardt started just like it had done in 1993—he dominated Speedweeks, only to finish second in the Daytona 500 to Dale Jarrett for the second time.
- He finished a season-high second four times, including at Michigan when he was passed by winner Dale Jarrett with eight laps to go.
- He once again came close to a win at the Daytona 500 and dominated Speedweeks before finishing second to Dale Jarrett on a last-lap pass.
- This left Bonnett wondering if he was able to race again, and he left the Wood team with an empty seat to be filled by Dale Jarrett.
- In 1997 Martin would rebound scoring four wins at Sonoma, Talladega, Michigan, and Dover and finished third in the final standings, 29 points behind champion Jeff Gordon and 15 points behind runner up Dale Jarrett.
- However, he finished 2nd in the Budweiser Shootout to Dale Jarrett.
- He finished second in the points to Dale Jarrett, losing the championship by 201 points.
- On lap 137, Dale Jarrett and Jeff Burton got together on the apron approaching turn 1, triggering a 14-car pile-up.
- Dale Jarrett led the field in the closing laps but was running low on fuel.
- McDowell was chosen to drive the No. 00 Cup Series car in 2008 after Dale Jarrett's retirement; David Reutimann replaced Jarrett in the No. 44 UPS-sponsored car.
- He appeared in commercials for UPS in 2002 convincing NASCAR driver Dale Jarrett to race the UPS Truck.
- He hired Dale Jarrett and David Reutimann to race in the three car operation.
- The Elliotts became the 3rd father-son NASCAR champions in history, along with Lee and Richard Petty, and Ned and Dale Jarrett.
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