Dale Earnhardt’s No. 3 Chevrolet Race Car
Calling Dale Earnhardt an American motorsports legend is almost a modest representation of the truth. The seven-time NASCAR champion tied individual extraordinary Richard Petty for the most titles ever, and his terrible passing in the 2001 Daytona 500 sent shockwaves through the universal motorsports world. Earnhardt drove for Richard Childress Racing from 1984 to his last race in 2001, and now proprietor Richard Childress is unloading a vehicle driven by Earnhardt in 1996 — the first run through he’s at any point left behind an Earnhardt vehicle from his own assortment. The vehicle ran short track ovals from 1996 to 1999, with the feature being headed to triumph by Earnhardt at Rockingham Speedway in ’96. Childress is giving all returns from the closeout to coronavirus aid projects, which is the thing that inspired him to let the vehicle driven by his late, extraordinary companion go.