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The Intimidator was the nickname given to NASCAR driver Dale Earnhardt Sr. for his bold and aggressive racing style. That style served him well—he won 76 Winston Cup races and finished in the top five in 281 races. Dale Earnhardt Jr. is just as fierce a competitor as his father. Although they were competitors, father and son had great love and admiration for each other. This exciting book explores many of the highlights in the long racing legacy of the Earnhardts, beginning in the early days of stock car racing in North Carolina. It also describes the challenges and accomplishments of the Earnhardt NASCAR dynasty.