Darlington isn't your typical throwback
and driver; we kept working on the car. I think we made 16 pit stops that day. "The car was basically destroyed -- front clip bent, rear clip bent, door bars ... we just stayed after it and won that race and we really shouldn't have. But
Chase Chat: 1-on-1 with Dale Earnhardt Jr.
for Rick. I went to car show and solve. Solid iron and wheel and deal with the I changed the wheels and tires at the front clip on the car I didn't do work myself personally. I do work on my own cars work in new shipment changeable and do odddeal with the -- I changed the wheels and tires at the front clip on the car I didn't do work myself personally. I do work on my own cars -- work in new shipment changeable
NASCAR Tech Glossary | NASCAR.com
structure of a race car on which the suspension parts and roll cage are mounted. Also referred to as a “chassis.” Front clip Beginning at the firewall, the frontmost section of a race car. Holds the engine and its associated electrical, lubricating