Two-time NASCAR champion Ned Jarrett is the patriarch of a race-car driving dynasty. His son Dale earned his first NASCAR championship in 1999, and Ned's grandson, Jason, raced briefly in the Busch Series in the late 1990s. This work looks at the accomplishments of the legendary NASCAR clan who make the sport a true family affair.
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Richard M. Huff has been a working journalist and author at both trade and consumer publications for the past 22 years. He is currently the television editor and writer for the "New York Daily News". His breaking news reports, celebrity interviews, aReview:
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