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Mail received on 5/18/01 from Melanie
I just want to say thank you to all of you at DEI & RCR for the
best excuse to be a fan of NASCAR. I became a fan of NASCAR because I watched Dale
Earnhardt run a race at Talladega, which he proceeded to win. When he left us, I was at a
loss as to who would guide my interest in NWC. I think he would be happy to know that I
have become, among other things, a DEI, RCR, AND a Rusty Wallace fan. I am always going to
be a DEI and RCR fan, but knowing that Rusty has been there along with Dale Sr. and faced
the same obstacles that Dale Sr. did, I am glad to lend him my prayers and wishes. Dale
would like that I didn't give up on NWC or on anyone who stood shoulder to shoulder with
him during his rise to the top.
on 5/23/01 from Lori Gross reads:
Thanks for keeping the fans updated daily on the DEI teams. Dale
is missed so very much by every race fan there is. Your website makes me feel like he is
NASCAR will never be the same....
Richfield Springs, NY
Mail received on 5/18/01 from The Bunn
I just want to express our deepest condolences with the loss of Dale. We never had the
chance to meet him personally, but like many others, he was a part of our lives every
Sunday. After the accident that changed so many lives, my husband, like many others, swore
they would never watch another Nascar race again. But with time, I knew he would, as Dale
Jr. is there to carry on his fathers legacy. He and Michael Waltrip are now our drivers,
but there will never be another Dale Sr.
My husbands birthday was in
April, and I always get him Earnhardt items. But this year I decided to get him something
special, something he can show to everyone and let everybody know who his favorite Nascar
driver was and always will be. I have sent you a picture of his 'special birthday gift'.
We will always remember the 'Black #3'.
With deepest sympathy, The Bunn family, John, Sue and
Mail received on 5/17/01 from
It is my belief that if we are to have heroes, A women should have a women hero. You are
that for me. You have shown to have the courage and strength of a true hero. The
compassion and love you have for not only your family but the many people that counted on
you to get through the the loss of Dale. That you are not in fear of asking for help when
you need it. That you are a true fighter for what you feel is right or wrong. That you
never give up or give in. That you have a true since of family. I want to thank you.
Appreciation for a
memory in 1993
received on 1/11/01 from Larry reads:
I come from a small town of 4000 people in N.W.Pa. I work
construction so about 8 months of the year,my job takes me all around the u.s.,so I'm
always within reach of one of the NASCAR circuit tracks. Throughout the years you've given
me many thrills, chills and memorable moments. But the most emotional moment I've shared
was with over a hundred thousand fans, that I and I'm sure many of them will never forget.
I'm referring the hooters 500 in Atlanta Nov. 14 1993, I was elated when you won your
sixth title, but when you and R. Wallace did a "reverse polish victory lap" with
A. Kulwicki and D. Allison's flags that was over powering.I looked down the catch fence
and everyone had tears in their eyes,some unable to take pictures.I taped the event that
day and have watched it many times since each time reliving that moment.It does me proud
to know that in the sport I chose has my #1 that you guys are fierce competitors on the
track,and a close nit family off.
Whitmore Kane Pa.
P.S My prediction for 2001 headlines
read "Earnhardt not intimidated, dominates to win 8th Winston cup title".
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