Earnhardt unselfish at the end
It's ironic that people talk about how selfish Dale Earnhardt was on the racetrack. He was a winner and when he buckled that helmet on he was focused on winning. But those of us who knew him off the track know how unselfish he really was.
The irony is that Sunday, for the first time on the track, you saw him be very unselfish in the final laps. In my opinion, he had a car that could have made a move. He could have pulled up in front of Sterling Marlin and maybe Kenny Schrader, probably drafted ...
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