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  • After contacting the Marlin car, Earnhardt's car suddenly veered right and slammed hard into the retaining wall in turn four along with Ken Schrader.Darrell Waltrip-Wikipedia
  • Earnhardt Sr. shot up the track into the outside wall behind Waltrip and his son and collected Ken Schrader in the process.Dale Earnhardt Jr.-Wikipedia
  • He is a first cousin once removed to fellow driver Ken Schrader, who told Edwards early in his racing career to get dirt track experience before going to Cup; he would later take the advice.Carl Edwards-Wikipedia
  • In 1988, Ken Schrader took over the ride, winning the pole at the season opening Daytona 500.Hendrick Motorsports-Wikipedia
  • Between 1985 and 1990, HMS fielded two cars (numbered 5 and 15) on a part-basis, with several drivers including Bodine, Ken Schrader, Greg Sacks, Rob Moroso and owner Rick Hendrick himself.Hendrick Motorsports-Wikipedia
  • Tifft selected 36 as his racing number to honor his mentor Ken Schrader, who raced with that number in the Winston Cup Series from 2000 to 2002.Front Row Motorsports-Wikipedia

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