Intentional or not, Junior's move on Kyle Busch was classic Earnhardt
Whether it was intentional or not, Dale Earnhardt Jr.'s spin of points leader Kyle Busch at Richmond looked familiar. Wake up the echoes, The Intimidator lives on, writes Ed Hinton.
Updated: September 8, 2008, 9:48 PM ETBy Ed Hinton | ESPN.com
RICHMOND, Va. -- I'm pretty sure Elvis is dead, but I'm beginning to wonder about Dale Earnhardt.I could have sworn I spotted him here Sunday. Twice.
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First he took out Kyle Busch so surgically that most of the NASCAR media corps, after watching replays, maintained that Busch had brought his spinout on himself.But you're looking at one old boy right here who knew better -- knew the Earnhardt fender-fade move when he saw it.Actually it's ...
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Monday• Hinton: How the Chase was born
• Hinton: How the 2004 Chase was won
• Willis: Ancient Chaseology: 1975-79
• Chat wrap: Jayski insider Mark Garrow
• Chat wrap: NASCAR Now's Andy Petree
Tuesday• Newton: Stewart does it old and new in '05
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• Willis: Ancient Chaseology: 1980-84
• Chat wrap: Terry Blount
Wednesday• Blount: Jimmie took 'em to school
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• Willis: Ancient Chaseology: 1985-89
• SportsNation chat: David Newton
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• Willis: Ancient Chaseology: 1990-94
• SportsNation chat: Tim Cowlishaw
Friday• McGee: This Chase thing is all Kenseth's fault
• McGee: So who do we think will win?
• Willis: Ancient Chaseology: 1995-99
Saturday• Hinton: Dale Jr.'s burden
• Hinton: Gordon & Co. working on it
• Newton: Fast start nice, not necessary
• Willis: Ancient Chaseology: 2000-03