Clean cut? Jeff should be evil
There's a lot that NASCAR has missed since the tragic death of Dale Earnhardt at Daytona in February 2001.
Most notable, the sport has sorely missed Earnhardt's leadership, his fan appeal, his competitive nature.
But perhaps more than anything, the sport as a whole has become more watered down and docile since Earnhardt's death. During his career, Earnhardt made no excuses for his rough, aggressive driving. It's how he was raised, how his daddy did it and how almost all of the other ...
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